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Mr. Rowland comes down on a Business of very great and pressing Importance which he will communicate to you. I have too often experienced your readiness in aiding the public operations and therefore with the more freedom recommend him to you and solicit your Cooperation and utmost exertions. I am, &c., FC ( Vi ).
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Newton to order, for him, 4. barrels of the Hughes’s crab cyder which was the subject of their yesterday’s conversation, to be forwarded to Richmond to the address of messrs. Gibson & Jefferson of that place. the risk of being adulterated by the batteau-men, in going up from Richmond renders it worth while to put each barrel into an outer one, which he will...
A variety of avocations has prevented my giving an earlier acknowledgment to your letter of the 17th of July. I will now thank you, Sir, to furnish me with an Acct of the quantity & cost of the materials which have been placed on Cape Henry by the Commissioners appointed by the Assembly of Virginia, for the purpose of building a Light-house—as you have been so obliging as to offer to do it. I...
§ To Thomas Newton Jr. 2 January 1806, Department of State. “Mr. Madison presents his complts. to Mr. Newton and returns Mr. Morgan’s letter. If this gentleman will make out his account for the Seamen brought home, and transmit it with proof of their being citizens and that they were landed in the U. States, such allowance will be made him as is reasonable and warranted by law.” RC ( NjP :...
Inclos’d you have a Copy of my last. By the bearer Captn Silby Harney in the Willing Maid, I send you 200 Barrls of Superfine Flour, and 50 Barrl of Midlings (all the Vessell would carry) pr Invoices Inclos’d, which please to dispose of for the best prices you can get, immediately, unless by keeping it a while, there is an apparent prospect of selling it higher—You may allow Credit till April,...
Inclosed you have Peter Kerwins receipt for fifty barrels of super fine flour, which I beg you to sell to the best advantage, and remit what may be due to me, after deducting what I am owing to you. Twenty four of these fifty barrels are inspected; the others, tho’ of equal quality, are not. The reason is, the bearer calling unexpectedly, & being in a hurry, would not allow time to get the...
I have been favored with your letters of the 20th of Jany—24th of Feby & 13th of March—the last of which speaks of a letter written by you to me of the same date—this letter has never got to hand: but I have received in Alexandria the £60—which Messrs Pennock & Skipwith promised to remit me on your accot—as also the Wine from Captn Earle, in very good order. My situation, since my retreat from...
I am in want of a quantity of good eighteen Inch shingles and am informed that they will come better & cheaper from Norfolk than from the Eastern shore. Be so good, therefore, as to advise me by the first Post after you shall have received this letter if I can be supplied with 100,000 from the former. In what time—and at what price; delivered at my landing distinguishing between what is called...
I have recd your favor of the 5th. instant, and inclose as it requests a remittance of 56 Dolrs. the cost of the Cyder furnished by Col. Cocke. The excellence of the sample, makes me desirous of being recollected on the subject, as soon as the next crop will bear a shipment. If it be convenient to Col. Cocke to spare 14 or 15 Bbles, I shall be glad to take that quantity, and thank you for...
Inclosed is a duplicate of my letter to you of the 26th of May which was forwarded by Peter Kirwins who received fifty barrels of superfine Flour to be deliver’d to you at Norfolk. It is now almost three months since the flour was sent: as I have not heard from you, and am unacquainted with Mr Kirwin, I do not know whether it has come to your hands or not. If you have received it, & it is...