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I now enclose you the Manifests of my tobo. made the last year at Poplar forest being 29 hhd....
Your favor of the 2d. is recieved & I thank you for the admonition as to my tobo. I shall hand it...
In your letter of Feb. 12. you asked me whether you should engage my bacon as usual from Colo....
One of the sky-lights of my house requiring a pane of glass 4½ feet diameter I procured two such...
Your favor of the 23d. is recieved & I now return you mr Peyton’s order accepted payable the...
I suppose we may by this time conclude that my tobacco will not fetch 7. Dollars: and foreseeing...
Having to remit the sum of 100. D. to Mr. John W. Eppes, and not certain of the safety of the...
There were lately shipped for me from Philadelphia 1. box of grape vines, and 4. open boxes of...
Your favor of June 1. is recieved, and the sale of the tobacco as therein mentioned is approved....
Mr. John D. Burke of Petersburg, engaged in writing the history of Virginia, has asked the use of...
I now inclose you in Richmond bank bills 970. Dollars, and have this day drawn on you in favor of...
Will you be so good as to procure & forward for me to Monticello two or three dozen bottles of...
Mr. Craven Peyton has desired me to assume for him to you 156D .67 paiable the 10th. of July and...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 1st. inst. I am now within 8. or 9 days of my departure...
In consequence of the assurance in your letter of the 9th. I have this day drawn on you for 300....
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of messrs. Gibson & Jefferson to send him by the first boat 1. doz....
Will you be so good as to send me immediately 3. dozen bottles of Syrup of punch? if boats are...
I wrote you in a former letter that I had drawn on you in favor of mr Short for 500. D. and in a...
According to my expectations expressed in my last letter I must now ask the favor of you to send...
In writing to you for the bolting cloths I omitted to inclose the directions of the millwright...
I expect that a box containing a marble bust with it’s pedestal (or perhaps more boxes than one)...
In my letter of the 10th. inst. I desired you to send back to Baltimore a box or boxes containing...
You have done perfectly right in sending mr Mifflin’s acct. here. his former one was paid here...
I now inclose you five hundred dollars to cover my deficit with you, with my affectionate...
Mr. Freeman my manager at Monticello in the place of Lilly being new in the business, has...
I was to have paid mr James Lyle a thousand dollars in the course of the last summer, which was...
I now inclose you 150. D. in Richmond bank bills to cover a draught I have this day made on you...
I now inclose you the reciept of Capt. Hassan for my packages. three days of N.W. wind have...
Genl. Stevens of New York has shipped from thence to your address two quarter casks of Sicilian...
I percieve by the last quarter’s account that there was a balance of 49.79 D against me since...
I inclose you a bill of lading for a pair of 6. feet Millstones, weight 6000.℔ which were to...
Having to pay James Oldham 179.80 D I have thought it safer to put under cover to you 180. D. and...
Mr. DuVal the executor of my deceased friend mr Wythe, informs me that he bequeathed to me his...
I received last night, from mr Griffin, my overseer at Poplar forest, the list of my tobacco of...
Mr. Craven sending some waggons to Richmond with wheat agrees to bring up what I have there as...
Yours of the 11th. has been recieved, & the articles sent by the waggons also. I this day set out...
Yours of the 26th is recieved. I found on going to Bedford that the Overseer had thought it...
The season now requires that I should lay in my winter’s stock of coal. I will therefore ask the...
I now inclose you 300. D. to cover the purchase of the coal and the balance of your last...
I inclose you a draught of the Treasurer of the US. on the collector at Richmond for 550. D. to...
Yours of the 22d. has been recieved. I have turned to the purchases of ham made by us heretofore...
I have still to pay of the remains of mr Wayles’s debt to Farrell and Jones, according to...
Yours of the 12th. is recieved, and the arrangement for my supply of hams will, I dare say,...
I arrived here on the 11th. and found here your two favors of Mar. 24. & 31. & have since...
Supposing a special list of the packages & their contents may contribute to the easier recovery...
In the inclosed letter of yesterday I omitted one article. the three barrels of potatoes on board...
The inclosed letter, which I have left open for your perusal, will sufficiently explain it’s...
I inclosed you yesterday the bill of lading for my millstones, but had not then time to write. on...
Yours of the 3d. is safely recieved, and the 350. D. therein inclosed. you say all my shipwrecked...
Your letter of the 9th. was recieved last night; but in the mean time mine of yesterday had gone...