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My last to you was of Apr. 4 . which went by duplicates. since that I have recieved yours of Apr. 29. Aug. 26. and Nov. 10. the accident which delayed the reciept of the bill of exchange for M. and M e Pini has been the subject of infinite regret and mortification to me; there being nothing on which my attention is more religiously fixed than on the punctual remittance of the annual interest...
This is merely to convey to you a triplicate of Gwathmey’s bill on James Hogarty of Liverpool for 369 £ 10. s sterling, the 1 st & 2 d of which were sent to mr Williams, of which 444. D. are to be paid on my account to M. & M de Pini and 1200. D. to be credited by you to the University of Virginia for the purposes explained to you in my letter of Apr. 16. I salute you with affectionate...
I had been so long without hearing from you ( my last from you being dated Oct. 8. 24.) that I sat down to communicate my anxieties to you which I had accdly done in a long letter when the mail of that day brought me your’s of Apr. 13. and rendered mine of course useless. I learn with regret that you had suffered inconvenience from the want of remittances, your former letters had given me...
My letters to you, within the last 12. months have been of May 28. 19., with the annual remittance to M. & M e Pini, Sep. 3. informing you of a remittance thro’ mr Vaughan of 300. D. for the wives of the two Raggis, and Feb: 15. 20. announcing a remittance of 400. D. for the same persons to pay their passage and expences to the US. since the last of these your two of Jan. 15. & 21. have been...
Your favors of Jan. 20. and Mar. 15. have been duly recieved, as also the books, vines, and wines announced in them, for which I pray you to accept my thanks, and to communicate the same to M. Lastri for his book and the vines. these last came in fine order and are now growing here. The wines came also in perfect order, & there is no doubt but the method you adopted for their safe keeping was...
My friend Doct r Barton proposes, for the benefit of his health, to try a sea voyage and the air of Europe . he will certainly visit Florence , and not improbably Leghorn . he is one of the Vice presidents of the American Philosophical society , and of the Professors of the University of Philadelphia , distinguished by his writings in the physical sciences. should he visit Leghorn , I ask for...
Your favor of Oct. 10 did not come to hand until Mar. 6. I communicated to the Visitors of the University your statement of the prices at which you could have our Ionic and Corinthian capitels of Marble of Carrara delivered at Leghorn, and they determined on the expediency of getting them from you. I am now therefore to request you to furnish us with 10. Ionic capitels, 6. Corinthian d o and...
Your’s of Dec. 20. was recieved on the 13 th Ult. & covered the acceptable letter of Madame Pini , which gave me infinit e satisfaction, as it rendered legitimate a delay which is of much con v enience to me, and shall not injure her. be so good as to present to her & to M. Pini my acknolegements for this indulgence, & the assurance that their trust shall not be abused, that the interest shall...
I write to you from an occasional, but very distant residence from Monticello, which place I left the 13 th of July. the two Raggis had arrived at the University about a week before that, which time I employed in getting them placed comfortably, and prepared to begin work. they have desired me to remit to you 300. D. to wit 150. each for his respective wife. I have accordingly directed the...
This will be handed you by mr William C. Preston , son of Gen l Francis Preston of this state, who in the course of his travels in Europe , may probably find occasion to call on you. he is not personally known to me, but I am assured of his worth by and distinguished talents by those who know him and command my entire confidence. his standing in this state is high, and I believe I render you...