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I feel myself bound in candor to communicate to you the step which the dangers impending over our country us, and the great change of circumstances since you left Charlottesville , have required me to take. the permission you requested to visit Norfolk was for a fortnight only which however I asked for a month, on my own responsibility; and in such terms as produced from the Marshal a...
I recieved in due time the cask of biscuit you were so kind as to send us, and which we found to be of the very best quality. I have deferred acknoleging it until the season is approaching when considerations of health would recommend your leaving Norfolk , and the great heats will suspend the operations of your brewery; and I now take up my pen to assure you you have always a home here, and...
I have the pleasure to announce to you that your bill is passed; so that you may now take possession of your property, and sell and do with it what you please. I recieved the information last night in a letter of the 14 th from mr Cabell , our Senator, who undertook the care of the bill. you would do well to write to the clerk of the House of Representatives for a copy of the law, paying the...
I returned from Bedford a few days ago, which has delayed the commencement of our malting till three days ago. altho I shall set out for Bedford again on the 19 th to continue there to the end first of December, yet I shall take measures to enable Peter to go on with his malting and brewing. not to be too late again in providing corks, as I was last year, and fearing I should get bad ones at...
The season calling for corks has come upon me before I had thought of it, and it being difficult to get them good but from a person who understands them, I must pray you to send me as many gross of the best as the inclosed bill of 5.D. will pay for. I understand that a steam packet now plies between Norfolk and Richmond so that I am in hopes they can come certainly and speedily addressed to mr...
I shall want a supply of good corks to bottle our beer and cyder, as soon as they can be got. it is so provoking to lose good liquor by bad corks, and so uncertain to get them good from Richmond that I had rather trespass on your friendship to get them for me in Norfolk , where I expect better ones can be got, and selected by your better judgment. I therefore inclose you a 5. Dollar bill, and...
Your letter dated London Aug. 20. 1825 came to hand so long ago as Oct. 31. but considering impossible that a letter under that general address sent to such a city as London, should find you, I thought it useless to answer it. within a few days I learn that Gen l Taylor of Norfolk was your father’s agent, and the only person who could give you a state of his affairs and that he knows your...