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I have a grist-mill and sawmill to build at this place, and another in Albemarle , as also a threshing machine to repair here, for all of which I shall be glad to engage you. the wheat fan threshing machine I wish to have done soon. the work in Albemarle is in readiness whenever you can commence; but for that at this place the canal is not yet dug, nor can be till the winter. I should be glad...
Since my return, I have enquired into the state of my canal, and my manager tells me he thinks it will be a month before it will be finished. altho I wished the water to be brought to the place before you should see it, yet if you put off coming as long as your own convenience will possibly admit, it will be so far advanced as that you will be able to judge what geer will best suit the place....
On the 12 th inst. I inclosed to mr Yancey for you a draught on mr Gibson of Richmond for 50.D. mr Robinson has usually been so kind as to give the cash for my draughts which I hope h as been done for this. the delay of this remittance has been very mortifying to me, but the difficulties of others have produced difficulties with me, as one ninepin knocks down another. In my letter to mr Yancey...