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I find it is necessary that I should arrainge all my little might of money to the best advantage...
In my bargain with M r Randolph I am intitled to one barril of flour. in his absence I suppose I...
The time has at length arrive when the situation of my family requires that I should indeavour to...
Yours of the 24 July I recieved yesterday—it seems that the carpenters had not arrive at the date...
John sets off in the morning agreable to Your request Pearticulally examined his cart and have...
upon a close look at my ploughs I find the wood work of one requires to be made intirely new and...
upon the subjec of mooving I have really considerd untill my mind is much distresed. I am...
I have to trouble you againe respecting my preparation of going to the western country. I am...
I send you a few lines to inform You of our affairs here we have cleaned out the canal took us 4...
I had an offer yesterday of 50 bar ls corn at 3$ about 9 miles distant and 90 days from the...
After the President wrote to M r Watson to Know if he could not sell some article from the farm...
I think that Davy could be spaired to smite for Joe in one hour. Joe can make as many Spikes as...
In my arrangements of my moove I have considerd to make you a propersition respecting the money...
It appears that your statement of our acc ts are correct. I have not compared it with my own but...
It is some what possoble that I may still moove the comeing fall to the west. the certainty of my...
I trouble you with a few lines merly to acquaint you with my desire more fully respecting my...
It is with pleasure I send you a few lines informing you that myself and family are injoying a...
I saw M r Pollock some days since and made the application for the money as we agreed he then...
The Paper containing a settlement of accounts dated January 28 th 1821. saying all acc ts up to...
I send to you a few lines on pure motives of sincere respect. being as I always have been...
It appears that nearly all the persons whom we owe money is desireous of recieveing it. John H...
for several weeks past I have been closely useing my best indeavours to make collections of my...
Iwent down last evening and Secured the Grindstone Mr Dawson has a fresh supply Just arrive...
Mr York says he had no instructions to recieve the money for the mules and that Mr. Munroe had...
It is with much pleasure I proceed to send you a few lines the sincere respect which I posses for...
I am thankfull to kind providence for the blesing of haveing it in my Power to send to you once...
I wish to inform you that if we do not make better arrangements to feed Jerrys mules that they...
I would be obliged to you to no what you are willing to take for the carriage. in a note last...
Some few days since M r Randolph and myself had some conversation on the subjec of my moove and...
I have been very closely considering upon the business of mooving. since our last conversation I...