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The inclosed letter being of importance I take the liberty of asking you to give it a conveyance....
Sundrys the Waggons No. 1. 1. 3. 11. 21. 22. 23B. 38. 40.B 41. 4.B 10J. 14B 37B. A Large Trunk A...
I received duly your favor of Dec. 21. and with it the several articles noted to be sent...
As I shall shortly set out for Virginia, and shall have occasion there for some necessaries, I...
Richmond, 7 Oct. 1790. Enclosing account of items shipped. “No Fish as yet to be had, however the...
Your several favors of Aug. 30. Sep. 24. Oct. 7th. and 8th. have been duly received, together...
Be so good as to send to this place for my use two gross of bottles and 6. gross of corks, and...
I have your favors of the 29th: Ultimo and 4th: Current and thank you for the information therin...
I have just desired Capt. Maxwell at Norfolk to forward to you 6. packages of furniture arrived...
The trouble of the inclosed commission I have been willing to impose in the first place on my...