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Your favor of Mar. 30. came to hand some days ago, and renewed the recollection of a friendship among the earliest I formed in life, and which neither time nor events have weakened at any moment since. I wish it were in my power to inform you that arrangements were at length taken between the two nations for carrying into complete execution the late treaty of peace, and for settling those...
In the letter which I had the honor of addressing you from London on the 19th. of April 1786 I informed you that I had left my estate in the hands of a Mr. Eppes and a Mr. Lewis, who were first to clear off some debts which had been necessarily contracted during the war, and afterwards to apply the whole profits to the paiment of my debt to you (by which I mean that to the several firms with...
Your favor of the 2d. inst. is duly received. I agree chearfully to the alteration you propose, in our terms, for converting the current into sterling money. It will guard against injustice, should the madness of paper money invade our assembly. I send you the inclosed paper finally settling this business. I am not well acquainted with the situation of your matter in Virginia. I had hoped that...
An impatience to commence the paiment of my debt to you, induced me to convey to you, in the moment I received it, the joyful information from the managers of my affairs that by the end of the year 1786. they would be cleared of all other embarrasments, and I proposed to you at the same time arrangements for paiment. I have been not a little mortified by subsequent information from them that...
The troubles of this place, which have interrupted all business, have prevented my sooner acknoleging the receipt of your favor of June 25. That of Aug. 14. of the last year had come duly to hand. Tho’ I have not received one shilling of remittance of the crops of my estate of 1787. and 1788. one third of which was by agreement to be for your paiment, yet I am nonetheless desirous of finding...