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I am really afflicted at having suffered the renewal of my note to have escaped attention; and the more so as yours of Mar. 28 did not reach me till after the departure of our post yesterday, Monday and our next Richmond mail is not till Friday, 4 th the very day on which my note becomes due; and it will not reach you till the morning of the 6 th . but regret is useless, however sincerely...
I am this day setting out on my return to Monticello and have drawn on you in favor of mr Robertson for 230.96 D in my last letter from that place I mentioned that there were about 80. barrels of flour still to go from Albemarle . it turned out to be 96. of which 45. were sent off before I came away, and mr Tho s Eston Randolph (tenant of my mill) promised to send off the remaining 51. without...
I return by our first mail the note for renewal inclosed in your’s of the 20 th inst. and I am very thankful for the accomodation obtained, and payment remitted to Leroy and Bayard . if the Virginia bank cannot consistently with their rules renew it, I am in hopes that of the US. may come to my aid, as I understand it begins business this week. I observe a stamp on the paper you inclosed me;...
It was not till I had sealed the inclosed that I turned to the settlement of my debt to the Van Staphorsts , which my memory had supposed a little under 2000. D each instalment, whereas I find it was a little over that sum, to wit 2083.20 D with interest @ 6. p.c. from Jan. 1. 1816 . there is still therefore a balance of 83.20 principal due to them with interest on the whole from Jan. 1. 1816...
Anxious to be on a sure footing as to provision for my additional note at the bank of Virginia , in the event of it’s not being within th e rule to renew it, I wrote to mr Nicholas President of the National branch bank of Richmond to know if I could be accomodated there with 2000.D. to be renewed for some months. his answer recieved yesterday is in thes e words. ‘we are restrained by the...
This moment arrived here, I find your favor of June 26 and lest the notes should be wanting, I sign them without loss of time and inclose them with assurances of my great esteem & respect PoC (Mrs. T. Wilber Chelf, Mrs. Virginius Dabney, and Mrs. Alexander W. Parker, Richmond, 1944; photocopy in ViU: TJP ); on verso of portion of reused address cover; at foot of text: “ M r Gibson ”; endorsed...
Your favor of July 14. was duly recieved with my acc t annexed, which I believe is all right except that to the balance of 662.19 should be added an error of 10.D. in the account of Dec. 31. 1816. where the proceeds of the sale of 175. Bar. flour for 1581.75 is mis-entered as 1571.75 this error of the copyist is easily rectified. I believe also I have not yet been credited the charge of 31.D....
Your’s of Aug. 11. came to hand yesterday & I now inclose the note of 3000.D. for the bank of the US. signed. I note the observations on the articles of 250.D. which I recollect, that of the 31. D of which I had not before been ascertained, and the 10. respecting which I have not the papers here, but I presume your corrections are right as to that as well as the others. accept the renewal of...
I shall set out tomorrow on my return to Monticello , and this day draw on you in favor of the sheriff of Bedford for 133. D 80 C for the taxes of this place for the year, which I suppose will be presented about the usual time of the sheriffs going down. Doct r George Cabell carried down all or nearly all our flour & tobacco from this place and will of course call on you for the carriage, the...
M r Colclaser one of my mill tenants informs me he has sent forty odd barrels of flour, to be delivered to your order, and that he shall make it up 50. (a quarter’s rent) and if the river does not admit my sending 50. barrels more from the mill within a few days, I must get an order for that quantity on his stock in Richmond in exchange for so much of mine now in the mill. these supplies are...