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In consequence of James Hendersons being absent it has prevented my Answering yours of the 16...
I am in considerable want of Six Hundred Dollars if you can with convenience to your self spare...
from the Inclosd papars you will see how very fortunate you have been on balloting for the...
Yours of the 8th Inst came safe to hand covering three post Notes amounting to 1240. D & 27 ¢ for...
Those notes which you mention was disposd of immediately aftar they were receivd & in case of...
Kee & my self have not yet bargained but make no doubt but we shall soon, if you can with...
I made it my bussiness to call on Mr. Henderson immediately aftar getting to the state of...
In Answar to yours of 2d inst. I am happy to inform you the payments named is quite sufficient....
I am sorry I was undar the necessity of giving Mr. D. Carr a Draft On you for Six Hundred...
yours of the 8th. has Just come to hand, and am much hurt at being compeled to send my ovarseer...
I recvd. the draft on Mesrs. Gibson & Jefferson for One Thousand Dollars . which answerd my...
On my coming to this place to day I was much surprised to find Mr. Issack Millar & John Henderson...
Nothing was done at May Court. M. Carr and Barber was employed. my instructions to them was to...
Johnson who tends your lower feald in corn this year, was to see me for the purpose of putting...
Fantress will set out the last of this week. I have not the smalest doubt but he will have the...
If you can with any possible degree of convenience give me a draft on Gibson & Jefferson in...
I waited on the Sheriff Yancy to whom the Note was negotiated with an Accompt. of a debt due from...
I am sorry I did not get yours of the 16. instant time enough to of answared it by the return...
since the receipt of yours of 16. Jany. I made propositions to John Henderson saying I woud. give...
my bill was at last Court dissolved. I waited on the Chancelor with all the papers. he without...
Enclosed is a rough coppy of the partition , which I just Obtained. aftar examining of it, any...
I have waited this length of time under An expectation of M r John Akers comeing to purchase a...
the Deed s not given you the othar day are in the office at Charlotesville except M r Henderson s...
This Indenture made on the third day of August one Thousand eight hundred and nine between Craven...
I am very sorry You have been put to the trouble of Sending for the Deed You lent me . it is in...
Nothing shall prevent my my attending in Milton the day aftar tomorrow agreeable to Your request....
Agreeable to my promise, I send my Son , with this lettar to inform You, I have Fifteen hundred...
I am compelled to be in Charlotesville early tomorrow, And will most certainly call, And give You...
I am raeley sorry to inform You, I fear I have sold my corn two close, I regret very much I had...
You was so good as to say You wou d give me Your Opinion, On the Deed from Lewis to Lewis , I...
My Son informs me, You propose makeing up An Opinion in a few days, to give You a More Correct...
In Answar to Yours of today , the bargain was made with C. Lewis several weeks before the Deed...
I receav d by the Your Servant, the papars with Your Opinion, Shuffey Peyton and Baldwin are my...
C. Peyton presents his respects to M. Jefferson And informs him, there is some Ladis hear, from...
I have had several applications for Corn, as I nevar have made Any engagements without first...
I have about Six Ton Plastar to grind, I suppose the tole More profitable then Corn, as I am a...
The suite I had in the Staunton Chancery Court has been desided in my favour. Your being absent...
My Son delivared Your reply to my Note Yestarday offaring to sell some Negroes if there was a...
From the shortness of the corn crop & knowing you wou d have to purchase has induced me to make...
aftar making several remarks the othar day at your house on the subject of Cruelty towards slaves...
I am again a purchaser of Poark the quantity I shall want, will be between two & three thousand...
I am On a bargain for some Negroes which will came very low. the Amt. between us. will Answer as...
I am favoured with yours of today inclosing a Draft. On Capt Bernard Peyton of Richm d for five...
My Necessity is such as to compel me now to call on You, for the Amt between us about $1350 —,...
I was about Answaring Your favour of the 5 Inst. by your boy, Covaring a Draft on Capt. Peyton of...
I am Just favoured with yours of to day, by Your Servant My Sire informed me yestarday. that You...
On the othar side is a statement of Our accompts leaveng a ballance of Six Hundred & Seven...
I have asked Mr. Daurn in my absence to receave the money or Draft agreeable to the Understanding...
Miss Nancy Lewis. is hear from Kentucky. & was ready to start on her return back yesterday. When...
I have written Gen l Lafayette On the subject of an exchange of Land and have refered him to You,...