31. Decr. 1833.
I have recd. yrs acknowledgg the rect. of the remittance from Col. Peyton.
The wagons set off today & will apply to you for loads of plaister on their return They will continue to do so as long as they are employed in taking flour. Please to send by them 20 pounds of best steel for axes & the oil alluded to in your letter. The bottle of magnesia sent by Aleck having been broken please send two more of the same kind, with the bath & stew pan—