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On considering the plan of your house, I find it will make considerable odds to me that in the...
I shipped to a person in London, some time before the war, 4 hhds. of my Albemarle tobacco. No...
Capt. Stratton arrived last night with the 4. hhds. of tobo. for which I gave you the bill of...
The day I left Philadelphia, I went for the first time up into the book-room which Mr. Carstairs...
I must ask of you a note for 200 dollars in such form as may be negociated at the bank. The marks...
I have determined to agree to give you 250£. for your house and tenement in my possession as...
On bringing together my accounts before my departure I find I have occasion for about 50. or 100....
I was in hopes Capt Stratton would have brought the 6. hhds. of my tobo. which still remain at...
I received some days ago from Mr. Hylton, the gentleman who forwarded my tobacco to me, the...
My tobacco arrived here yesterday by the Linnet Capt. Weymouth, whom I will direct to deliver it...
Not doubting but that the judgment formed by Mr. Strawbridge and yourself of the value of my...
I recieved by yesterday’s post a letter from the gentleman who was to have come on himself and...
Proposing to leave this for Virginia on Thursday or Friday at farthest I have this morning been...
I have made a statement of our account for the last tobacco as herein inclosed, which corresponds...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Lieper and, according to the conditions of his...
I have received your favor of yesterday and cannot but think you will retire from the proposition...
According to an arrangement with Mr. Wilson , who was to succeed me in your house, I have...