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Your favor of the 23d is come to hand—since which I have received a letter from Mr Lund Washington informing me, that Wm Roberts my prest miller is not only uneasy at the thoughts of leaving my employ, but has given the strongest assurances of amendment if he should be continued. In consequence I have desired L.W. to contract with him for another year, provided you do not by the first Post to...
In Bradfords Paper of the 30th Ulto I perceive an anonymous advertisement of a person who wants employment as a miller, referring to you for his character. If this is such, as in all points of view I could approve, it is very likely I might employ him at my Mills in Virginia (ten miles from Alexa.). My present miller who has lived with me thirteen or fourteen years; & who perhaps understands...
Since I was favored with your letter of Septr I have received the enclosed from Mr Lund Washington (who has charge of my business in Virginia) to Colo. Biddle; it was accompanied with the following paragraph to me: "William Roberts would not enter into such articles as I wanted him to sign, altho’ he has for several years (since he lived here) signed much the same; he says he is convinced from...
Your letters of the 18th to your Aunt and myself, found me at this place—where it is not likely I shall remain much longer. It is not very probable, as I shall want to be well fixed at New York before I send for your Aunt—and the same Horses will have to carry us both there—that she will be able to commence her journey, for that place before the first of May. But in this, as in every dependent...