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I would have replied to your much esteem’d favor of the 3d. inst. immediately—but having had the...
I had depended on getting a Gig in Milton (which I have been in the habit of hiring) to take my...
I have taken advantage of M rs Randolph ’s absence to employ the house servant at my...
I expect to go to Richmond tomorrow, and as soon as I see M r Randolph , I will communicate to...
The last Mail brought me a letter from my Son Mann , which has given me considerable...
I shall always acknowledge with grateful sensibility my obligations to you for your very friendly...
Inclosed you will receive a statement of all the Flour deliver’d to you, by comparing it with the...
As I am prevented from riding, by indisposition, I beg leave to enclose the agreement between...
I am much obliged to you for your kind attention in sending M r Crowninshield s letter — Mann...
If it should not be convenient to you to meet me at the Mill tomorrow at 10 O’Clock, I will do...
Entries taken from Day Book kept by J Kuhn 1816 April 4 Tho s Jefferson To 4   barrels of Flour,...
M r Colclaser , the Miller at Shadwell , who is equally concern’d with me in that business, has...
Since I had the pleasure of seeing you, I have communicated with M r Colclaser on the subject of...
I have maturely consider’d the contents of your letter of the 15 th instant, which I received on...
I cannot furnish the account you require without the use of the Day book, which is always kept at...
I received a note from M r Colclaser late this evening, giving me the first information of your...
Inclos’d you will receive your Mill account , which I believe you will find correct—The balance...
I sincerely regret that it is not in my power at this moment to say I am prepared to discharge...
I have for some time past been aware that the Mill was in a dangerous situation, and that another...
I find in the Mill Books 100 barrels of flour charg’d for Rent in October last—and 50 barrels...
By Col o Wood (the surveyor) I received a letter from M r Randolph from Richmond dated 11 th Jan...
Soon after seeing you yesterday at the Mill, I recollected there was an error in the acceptance...
I take the liberty to enclose your acct: made up to the 22 nd of the present month—it is rather a...
I have been grinding all day, altho’ to a very great disadvantage—the works are badly constructed...
Your favor dated Sept r 22. by some accident did not reach Milton before yesterday, and as I was...
Although I had some days since, a brief verbal communication with you on the subject of your...
I do not wish to trespass again on your patience, and therefore in replying to your favor of this...
I certainly cannot withdraw from Shadwell Mill at the end of this year without loss, because I...
Your favor dated the 22 d was brought to me from the Mill last evening by my servant—The mill...