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    • Peyton, Bernard
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Aug. 24. 1825. wrote to B. Peyton for the under written articles [the following not in TJ’s hand] : One full sized silver catheter. Two or three full sized elastic gum catheters. MHi .
I recieved this morning your favor of the 17 th have got the correct bills signed by D r Everett, now inclose them and hope they will get to hand before my draught in favor of White gets round to you. the 56. 31 and 88 D. curtail must be retained out of the proceeds of the bill of Exchange, I had in mr G.’s hands at the last statement of our accounts but about 30. D. and he may have paid some...
copy of Paragraph from The Presid’s lre of Mar. 22. and extract from my answer of this day. MHi .
You will recieve from either M r Garrett or mr Brockenbrough a check for 4000. D. to be invested in a bill of exchange payable on account of Tho s Appleton to mr Samuel Williams N o 13. Finsbury square London, to whom you are requested to remit it, and with that to send the inclosed letter to mr Williams. The bag of coffee which came to us was marked S. H. Peyton 120.℔ we had used from it some...
The necessity of drawing on you for a considble sum obliging me to take the best review I can of our accounts since the last one rendered I suppose 350. B. flour to have b n deliv d on my acc t from Th: J. R and 50. B. by T. E. R. which with the money deposited with you for me by Th: J. R. pay my balance of Dec. 31. and subseq t draughts & your other owed disbursem ts
In the 1 st week of Oct. perhaps on the 3 d or 4 th day mr Eppes will deposit with his agent in Richmond, 500.D. subject to my order. this is intended to meet the curtailment of October of which you were so kind as to give me timely notice at the same time perhaps, or if not, then certainly in all that month he will deposit 3500.D. more in like manner. for these sums I shall send you an order...
Th:J. with B. Peyton 1824. Jan. 13. 60. B. flour 234. 26 30. 75. d o 314. 97 Feb. 20. 104. d o 427. 72 239 for which acc
I inclose you a bill of lading for 11. cases from Marseilles arrived at N. York and now on their way to Richmond, for freight, duties and charges on which there is due to mr Jonathan Thompson 39.D, 37c which I must pray you to remit to him and forward the cases on arrival by waggon to mr Raphael. Jefferson will be with you tomorrow charged with all my affairs with you. affectionately yours MHi .
The inclosed bill of lading informs me of the shipment from N.Y. of 2 parcels of books for me to your address, and I must pray you to remit to M r Jonathan Thompson Collector of that port 10.64 duty, fr t from Havre & other charges which he has paid on them for me. the books to be forwarded to Raphael by waggon. I owe Edmund Bacon of K y 33. D. which he wishes me to have lodged in som bk. of...
M r Raphael could furnish the 1000. D by piecemeal only. he furnished to-day 300. D. requiring however a draught for it to go by tomorrow’s mail, which I gave him and will consequently be upon you 2. or 3. days earlier than I had expected. he will furnish another sum 3. days hence and the balance in the course of a week. my further draughts will be made accordingly. affect ly yours MHi .