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I am sorry it is not in my power to send you the 20. D. you desire. I recieved a considerable sum by post yesterday, but paid away the whole of it in the course of the day & this morning, reserving only as much as would carry me to Bedford. my reciepts being monthly it will not be till this time next month again that I shall be in cash. In having the mill house valued it will be important that...
Your favor of the 2d. instant was recieved by last post, desiring a remittance of the balance of 131. D 47 c due you on our settlement of May 22. I accordingly now inclose you 140. Doll. in bank bills of the United states, as these cannot be got exactly to the fraction desired. I hope it will be recieved in time for your purpose. sundry approaching calls for money render it absolutely...
On the 27th. of April I recieved from Mr. Jefferson for acceptance your note for 201. D. paiable about the last of July, which I sent back accepted and shall pay at maturity. I did not write you on it because I thought he would do so. since that your favors of Apr. 25. & June 9. have been recieved. the former proposed that I should pay £200. in 60. days (say July 1.) and £60. in 90 days (Aug....
In my letter of Nov. 2. I expressed a hope I might be able to pay you 1000. D. the 1st. week of this month, 1000. D. in March, & the balance in the summer. in my letter of the 20th. of Nov. I still thought it might be but suggested a possibility that the paiments might be a month later. it is with sincere concern I am obliged, by a rigorous view of my affairs, to say, not only that I cannot...
I have been obliged to change a little the arrangement I had made with you as to the paiment of the 375. D. by inclosing you an order on Gibson & Jefferson for 100. D. in Richmond, as I was not able to remit to mr Benade from this place more than 275. D. this I did yesterday in an order of the bank of the US. at this place on that at Philadelphia to that amount; and I informed him that you had...