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We wrote to you on the 9 th Ins t with a copy of your Sales and Account Current to which we refer you—As the writer is under the necessity of leaving town tomorrow and may possibly be detained longer than he at present proposes, we take the liberty of forwarding you a note for your signature, we leave the amount blank, that you may fill it up with whatever sum may suit your wants— O. Philpotts...
I received this morning your favor inclosing a note for $2000 . I have had your seven hhd s Tobacco inspected, and am sorry to inform you, they turn out wretchedly three were refused and four passed, but not without hesitation—I set them up to the highest bidder—the refused brought $15. 1 passed $16 and 3—$16 55 /. as p r Statement at foot—This article is on the decline— As to flour I know not...
Thomas Jefferson Esq e To Patrick Gibson Dr To Cash p d for a Bale Cotton 232 lb at 22 Cents. $51. 4 dray e & toll Harry will deliver Mr Jefferson the above bale of Cotton— Mr Johnson was unloaded at the Locks & I thought it better to send it by the present opportunity than to wait his return Patrick Gibson
A short absence from town prevented me from informing you sooner of the fate of your note renewed on the 9 th and which I enlarged to $3900—under the impression that the system of curtailing, which was then pursuing and which it was expected would be continued, must soon reduce it below the amount you required, this system however has been discontinued for the present, in consequence of the...
I have received your favor of the 23 d Ins t and am sorry to inform you that owing to the present distressd state of the banks, no addition to your note can be obtained, indeed so far from their increasing their discounts, they have been reduced to the disagreeable necessity of curtailing the one 10 the other 15 p r C t for every 60 d /.—this has been the case with the Farmer’s bank for 4...
Your note at bank for $3000. falling due the 17/20 Ins t we send you one here inclosed for your signature— Flour 10½$ Wheat 9/6—With great respect we are— RC ( ViU : TJP-ER ); in Patrick Gibson’s hand; at head of text: “Thomas Jefferson Esq re ”; endorsed by TJ as received 6 Nov. 1812 and so recorded in SJL . Enclosure not found. SJL records a missing letter from TJ to Gibson & Jefferson of 7...
I have received your favor of the 9 th Ins t and am sorry to find that M r Dufief had not received the money you directed to be paid to him thro’ the agency I had directed, and more particularly so, as I apprehend that another small sum, which was to have been paid to the Collector is in the same situation—Not having myself any transactions with Philad a I applied, on the receipt of your...
I omitted to inform you of a Sale I made on the 8 th Ins t of 138 Bbls of your Superfine flour to W m H Hubbard at 6$ on 60 days time— I have since then disposed of the remainder of it say 81 Bbls Superfine & 36 Fine to Smith & Riddle on the Same time at 6¼$— in this last sale is included 41 Bbls Superfine delivered me by mr Warwick by direction of Colo l Randolph
Sales of 10 Hhds Tob o Made on Account Thomas Jefferson Esq r 1816 March 15 th   to Peter F Smith sh o 1660. 152. 1290
How shall I find words to express to you my dear Sir the grief I feel in having to communicate the mournful and afflicting intelligence of the unhappy fate of my ever to be regretted and most valued friend M r Geo. Jefferson Alas! he is now no more, the memory of his transcendant worth is all that is left to us—You who have long known and esteem’d his virtues, must bitterly deplore his death,...