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Yours of the 18th. is received inclosed with 120 D. I am at present at wirk with my hands at the mill I shall finish thare in 2 days more I have the rock raised ready for boating across to the abutment. Mr. Perry is about the scow. I think you may Calculate Sir, on the abutment being done in 10 or 12 days. Mr Maddox will finish the tole mill in 3 or 4 days as he is at present thare at wirk...
With Graite Grief and sorrow I must let you no about one third of the Addition to the tolle mill Has fell down last night. the part that did not fall before is now down & I think as the House stands at present it will be a hard Matter to make it secure the shed which stands over the Canel is so low when ever a high fresh Comes the water will rise Higher than the bank under the House. However I...
I Have this day received your Letters of the 31st. May and 8th. June inclosed with 480 Dollars. With Respect of my wirk I am sorry to inform you of my Pull backs: (I am Almost ready to Conclude that the People at the Graite mill will be the means of Creating us Consideablely more wirk than needful As I am Confident they do not Attemp to use any Kind of Care towards our nor theire own mill I...
I have received yours of 28th. June. am Astonished at Mr. Pery to right you he could not Proceed with the stable for want of Timber. I hope sir you Certainly can put as much Confidence in me as to let nothing of yours under my direction be undone of so much Importance as the Prepareing of your stable heare. I should thaught Mr. Pery aught to inform’d you in full of what was the cause of his...
Dollers James Carr for 7 barrils Corn @ 5 dollars  35 Thomas Burres for 18 head Hogs @  20:¾
Inclosed are Mr. Peytons and Koopers accounts. as for the meadow land. I should think sir it would be best to let Mr. Cravin Cleare as much of it as he would Because tending it first in Tobacco Cleansis the land Compleatly for the Timothy. The best of Judge’s prefer that Plan However you no best. I am at Present about the waist the waters made a Breach in the waist whare Mr. Perry put in the...
Davy sets out for Washington to day. he brings 150 Aspen Giants—I have baught my Corn of three men as heare mentioned Mr Craven 100 barrils at two dollers the barril Robert Teril 100 barrils and Before I baught Terils I baught of Robert Burress 20 Barrils and Teril had a hundred for sale and would not Brake the Quantity for less than $2 the Barril. it Being the Driest fall I ever saw Has made...
By yours dated 8th. of this month you Mention I shall Receive another Remittance of a hundred dollers/ Mr. Craven being now about to start for Washington says if he can Get the hundred dollers thare it will Answer him and he Gives me the same heare on the 19th. of this month. which will be 2 or 3 weeks sooner than I should Receive it from you and, if it makes no difference with you to pay, Mr...
Yours of the 8th. I have received inclosed with 120 D. The reason I have refusd going to Mrs Dangerfield is because I Considerd to try to make one trip; answer both of telling Mrs. Dangerfield the Curcumstance and bringing them home. I shall inform her of every Circumstance. I wrote her after the fellows left me and mentioned I had been acquainted with the treatment of Many Negroes and never...
I have Just to day got home from Mrs. Dangerfields. the two runaways are in the neighbourhood of thir mistress but I could not Get hold of them. The old Lady says soon as she can Get them she will send them to me she says They will Come home to her at the beginning of the Hollowdays. it seems to be the whole wish of Mrs. Dangd. you should have hur Nigroes as long as she Hires them. I told hur...