Sales 46 Blls: super & 4 fine Hour by B. Peyton for a/c Mr Thomas Jefferson
|20 Novr||To Capl—for Cash in store|
|46 Blls: super fine flour at $6||} $299||.00|
|4 " fine do " 5.75|
|Cash pd fght:at 2/6 & Toll at 7d½||$26||.05|
|Inspection $1, Drayage $1||2||.00|
|storage $4 & Comssn at 2½ pr Ct $7.47||11||.47||$39||.52|
|Nett prcds at Cr Th: Jefferson|
Richd 22d Novr 1821
Above I hand you sales your last parcel 50 Blls: Flour at $6, which was the best I could do with it, I postponed a sale for several days, in the hope of an advance, but each mail brings us worse & worse accounts of the article from the Northern markets, particularly New York, which in a great degree governs this, last sales there $6 ¼ @ ⅜ dull—
I recd yesterday your esteemed favor from Bedford, advising of rural dfts, all of which shall be paid when presented, whether due or not, that favor Miss Ellen Randolph was paid on monday last.
MHi: Coolidge Collection.