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I recieved after my return home in July last your obliging letter inclosing an oration pronounced at Jamaica in Long island on the 4th. of July 1796. a singular concurrence of name with one or two other circumstances occasioned me to ascribe it to another gentleman from whom I had parted a few days before only; and to write to him a letter of acknolegement . it was not till I had the pleasure...
According to what passed in conversation between us the other day I inclose you an authority to sell my Ivy creek lands on the terms then stated; that is to say for 1200 pounds paiable one third in hand, a third at the end of a year, & the remaining third at the end of two years; the purchaser giving bond & satisfactory security, or a deed of trust to sell the lands on default of paiment on...
I hereby authorise James Martin who lives adjacent to my lands on Ivy creek , to wit the 374. acres formerly Tullos’s & 100. acres formerly Stith’s , on the terms explained in conversation together, to make sale of the same which being done agreeable to the said terms, I bind myself to convey & warrant a good title in fee simple to the purchaser, witness my hand this 17 th of November 1809 SC...
I recieved last night your letter of the 2 d inst. of the two offers there made for my lands on Ivy creek , I do not hesitate to prefer that which proposes to pay the whole £1200. at three paiments of £400. each beginning on the 1 st day of April next . even this does not come up to my terms fully, as it offers the 1 st paiment on the 1 st of April , instead of in hand
Your favor of Jan. 15. was very long coming to hand, the servant who brought it having been upwards of a fortnight on his way. the public post is the safest & speediest conveyance. before I recieved it I had written to mr Griffin that if mr Scott’s trespass should not prevent mr Harrison from making his first establishment,
On a strict examination of the act of Assembly on the subject of forcible Entries & Detainer you will find the party claiming the benefitt of that act must make his complaint on oath, stating the ouster & Detention. I think there might be some difficulty made by Scott if the Warrant issued, not on the oath of M r Jefferson but of you r self as his attorney in fact—from a late decision of our...
Your fa letter of Aug. 20. enabled me to turn to mine of Feb. 23. 98. and your former one of Feb. 22. 1801. and to recall to my memory the oration at Jamaica which was the subject of them. I see with pleasure a continuance of the same sound principles in the address to mr Quincy . your quotation from the former paper alludes, as I presume, to the term of office of our Senate ; a term, like...
Bill for Capt Martin   10. joists  8. by 10.I.  24.f. long clear of bad knots windshakes & cracks. heart of poplar. 10. d o 4   by 10.I.  24.f. long. heart of poplar clear of bad knots. 5. pieces 6.I. square 16.f. long. heart of poplar. 500.f. sheeting plank. poplar. PoC ( MHi