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Your favor of July 28. has been duly rec d and I think on recollection you will be satisfied that the period for the commencem t of int. in each year has been stated in the Notes as was understood and intended by us. the allowance for superintendce to overseers and managers being to be pd out of the proceeds of the crop payment is not expected till that is sold, and custom has established May...
The letter which in yours of the 18 th you mention to have written to me in the last fall never came to hand, or it would certainly have been answered. age having rendered me entirely unequal to the management of business I have delivered up the whole of my affairs to my grandson Th:J. Randoloph. I have delayed therefore answering your favor of the 18 th until I could have a consultation with...
Yancey Joel Cr. 1815. Dec. 31 150 1816. Dec. 31. for 1816 400 1818. Apr. 11. 50 May 2. for 1817 400 1819.
I recieved duly your favor of Dec. 22. and felt sincere satisfaction at the assurances it expressed of your continued friendship. of this indeed I never entertained a doubt, nor that this was the governing principle of your endeavors to promote my interests. these I saw plainly were faithful & zealous always and gave me therefore unbounded confidence in your care of my affairs. these were...
In directing the distribution of the pork for this season I believe I omitted to state that 10. hogs should be kept for my use at Poplar Forest as usual. if there is any old bacon left it will be acceptable here when the waggon brings the pork. you will be so good as to inform me on what day our waggon should be there to join Dick’s in bringing the pork, butter E t c. I propose to send Phill...
On the very day the waggon left us, my daughtor, who was to accompany me to Bedford was taken sick. she is better and thinks that by tomorrow or next day she will be strong enou gh for the road. I do not think so; but still count from day to day on departing either with her or without her as her convalescence may admit. ever & affectionately yours MHi : Coolidge Collection.
My visit to Bedford has been delayed by a serious accident to my mill. the workman on whom I relied, went on a journey, then returned and died, so that I have had to attend to it day by day myself. it will be finished and agoing tomorrow, and we shall set out for the Forest the next morning (Friday) the waggon starts this morning with a Harpsichord and some necessaries & baggage and will...
Your two favors of May 22. and 31. came together on the 4 th inst and our first mail for Lynchburg starts on the 10 th by that therefore you will recieve two orders on last Peyton, the one in favor of Bishop for 136.48 D the other of yourself for 135. D. which Jefferson tells me is the sum due for the horses. I had mentioned to Mr Bishop that I should remit his money as soon as his crop was at...
Jefferson will not be able to go to Bedford for some time. he set off this day to Richmond to see his own tob o looked at and sold. he advises that that of Pop. For. be sent off immediately to Richmond. I had on the road a conversation with a gentleman of knolege on the subject, and he assured me that the Lynchbg purchaser, besides deducting the carriage withholds a dollar in the hundred for...
Nace arrived here Friday evening with his beeves safe, but not as lucky as to his muttons. one got from him at Chilton’s, another gave out at Warren and the other 4. about 10. miles from here. by sending him back immediately with a cart, these were recovered and brought home, and the other two will not probably be lost. Jefferson will be with you about ten days hence and will advise with you...