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William Marbury writes to Israel Whelan of Philadelphia regarding receipt of $200, the handling of certain freight and other business/financial matters. Georgetown, 1800.
Geo. Town, Sept. 5th 1800 Sir I have Received your letter of the 20 Instant in which were enclosed $200, which is passed to your Credit. I will attend to your instructions respecting the freight of Capt. Clarke when he arrives. -- W. Wood has not yet paid me the $150 you advanced him, several of the Clerks are getting Discounts at our Bank in anticipation of their quarter Salary, I suppose W. Wood will pay it when he Received his Salary. I am Sir Respectfully, Your Ob. Servt. Wm. Marbury
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Georgetown, 05 September 1800, 1800, Clarke, William Marbury, Israel Whelan, freight, Philadelphia, finance, business
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Marbury, William, "William Marbury letter regarding business and financial matters, 1800." (1800). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 172.
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