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Agreeable to your request I have been in Search of the Trunk lost last Spring: Which I presume I have found with a part of its contents, as ⅌ List annexed—I believe I have also got the Thief; by name Ned , the property of James B. Couch Dec d late of Buckingham County —He is found guilty by the Examining magistrate here, & is now in Irons, & will be sent on, in a Day or Two, to take his Trial...
Your favors of May 26. & 28. are both recieved, and their contents duly noted. I this day draw on you in favor of Richard Richardson for 133.33 D to cover which mr Barnes makes you now a remittance of 200. Dol. and on this day week we shall remit you about 900. D. more to cover the purchase of the hams, J. W. Eppes’s draught on you in favor of Bell for 300. D. payable June 16. and some other...
This serves to advise you that on the 20th. inst. I desired you to pay to Joel Yancey or order three hundred & eighty two dollars fifty two cents, on […] paper, not being able to get a stamp. I am now […] you to pay to Alexander Garrett five hundred and twenty seven dollars & thirty eight cents. I have this day drawn on you in favor of Bowling Clarke for £144.19.2 payable the 1st. day of...
Two days ago the Schooner Dolphin, Sprogell, sailed from hence having on board 9. boxes marked T. Jefferson No. 1. to 9. 1. Trunk. No. 10. a basket 4. barrels T.I. No. 7. 12. 13. 14. one box 12. barrels fish for myself 3. barrels do. for Sam. Carr. with other articles in the same bill for him. as by the three bills of lading inclosed you will see. they are on arrival to be forwarded by water...
By a letter of the 12 th inst. from my manager in Bedford he informed me that his first load of flour was engaged to start from Lynchburg on the 15 th inst & that the whole would be sent off the same week. there are there about 140 barrels. from this place I have at length got off 60. barrels by Johnson who will now continue steadily to carry it down till all is done. the quantity here will be...
In the last letter recieved from mr Lieper (Mar. 8.) are these words. ‘from what I have heard & seen respecting your tobo. in the hands of Jackson & Wharton, you in conscience ought to make no discount on it, & I believe they think [so also for] they have refused 7. D. which I offered them, & inform me they have ordered their agent to pay the money.’ and again ‘I would now beg for myself your...
Your favor of the 3 d is recieved and the 50.D. it covered. should there be difficulty in remitting the 97.D. to Alrichs & Dixon of Wilmington by a draught a Richmond bank bill of 100.D. I have no doubt would be acceptable to them and the surplus 3.D. will make no odds, as I shall probably have to call for a roving machine from them in addition to that for carding. to the 3000.D. I have added...
To keep you in bank I inclose you one hundred and fifty dollars to be entered to my credit. I have this day drawn on you in favor of John Rogers of Albemarle for 43. D 91 c and in favor of Joseph Morin of Columbia for two hundred dollars, which please to honor when presented. Accept assurances of my friendly attachment & best wishes. PrC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Messrs. Gibson & Jefferson”;...
Your favor of the 9 th has been duly recieved, together with my account. by this I percieve that there does not remain enough in your hands to pay the 2000.D. into the bank which I so much wished. this has been occasioned by the deficiency of my tobacco crop before explained, and recently here by the short delivery of 140. barrels of flour due to me from the mills, and for which I see I must...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 20th. and the day before that of the 19th. I return you many & sincere thanks for your aid in thus relieving my departure from this place, on which subject I have suffered much in mind from the time I became apprised of the state of things. my crop of the last year in Bedford, which will be in your hands in the course of the present & ensuing month, will...