Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Joshua Dodge, 22 November 1820

Invoice of Sundries shipped by Joshua Dodge of Marseilles on board the Brig Union of Marble head Capt Simon T. Williams bound to the United States, consigned, by order & for account of Thomas Jefferson Esq of Monticello, Virginia, to the Collector of the first Port, not South of the chesapeak, the Said Brig arrives at

TJ #1 one case containing 50 Btles White Wine
 de Limoux at ƒ2.50 Fr 125 .—
 Custom house & other petty charges 2 .25
F 127 .25
 Disct 2% 2 .55 Fr 124 .70
TJ #1 one case containing
.065 prlb lb57 Macaroni first qy at ƒ35% F 19 .95
 Case 1 .50. 21 .45
TJ #2. one case containing
 6 double Bottles anchovies ƒ 14 .40
 Case 60. 15 .—
TJ #3/4 Two cases containing
 each 12 Bottles Virgin oil all at 50.
TJ 5/7 Three cases containing each 48 Btles
 Bergasse Red Wine of 1815
 144 Bottles at ƒ1 f 144
 Custom house charges &c 3 .60
ƒ 147 .60
 Discot 2% 2 .90   144 .70
 Charges Fr 355 .85
Export duty on Macaroni & Oil F 3 .19.
Shipping charges, Porterage &c 5 .66   8 .85
Fr 364 .70

To the debit of Thomas Jefferson Esqr of Monticello Virginia Errors & Omissions Excepted

Josha Dodge

I Certify that the within is the original invoice presented on entry—

Isaac Story [. . .]

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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