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To Thomas Jefferson from Julius Oliver, 9 October 1819

Invoice of Sundries shipped by Julius Oliver on Board the Brig Lady Monroe, Captn Pullen, bound for Baltimore for account & risk of the Honorable Thomas Jefferson at Monticello, & consigned to the collector of the custom house at Baltimore Viz.



T. J. No 1@ 6. 6. Boxes, Purchased of Mr J. L. Bergasse      
     Conting 144. Bottles red Wine of 1815 @ F 1. 144 .  
7 1. do  20. Bot. old Muscat Wine @ F 2.50. 50 .  
      〃〃〃 4.   do Vin Cuit 2. 8 .  
    Custom House Duties   4 . 10. 206 . 10.
T.cJ. 1. 1. Double Cask Purchased of Mr Jn Jh Chevalier      
     Conting 31. Veltes muscat wine of Rivesalte      
    of 1811. (drawn of clear)   350    
2 @ 4. 3. Boxes of 50. Bot. each of Ledenon wine      
    of 1809 togr 150. Bottles @ F2 300 .  
5. 1. do Conting 18. Bot. Vin Cuit of Provence      
    of 1809. @ F1.50c 27 .  
     6. Bot. Claret wine of Limoux @ F2 12    
    Custom H. Duties   6 . 55. 695 . 55.
T. J. Huille 1. do Conting 24 Bottles first quality Sweet      
    Olive Oil of aix @ F2. per B.   48 .  
    Box   2 . 50 .
Macaroni 1. do   108 ℔ first quality Macaroni @ F34.% 36 . 72  
    Box   3 . 39 . 72
Anchoix 1. do   12 Double Bottles Anchovies @ 48.s per B. 28 . 80.  
    Box   1   25 30    5
Raisins 1. do  50 ℔ Raisins (Muscat) @ 12s per 30 .  
    Box   2    
     Custom House Duties on the above 4. Boxes 3 . 65. 35 . 65
    Porterage & lighterage on the above     12 . 70.
    E. E. Marseilles 9th Octob. 1819     F.1069 . 77.
    Juls Oliver       

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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