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Folder 69

 Container

Contains 5 Collections and/or Records:

Moses Myers to Myer Myers, 1816-1822

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id238994
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Correspondence, 1816 July 9

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239000
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia  to Myer Myers, c/o J.H. Happach, Bremen. Hopes Myer arrived safely.  Place all funds from Georgiana's cargo in hands of Thomas Wilson.  Norwegian brig Odin (Captain Peter Pay) is being loaded at Myers & Sons expense with cargo of tobacco under letter of credit from Weddick & Wendel of Amsterdam.

Correspondence, 1822 October 14

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239001
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Myer Myers, Richmond, Virginia. Moses outlines Mr. L.'s plan for a sugar plantation.  Feels L. is too speculative & sanguine and Myer should not get involved.  Sends $12 for a lottery ticket.  There is trouble with the Norway business.  Drummond wants to transfer agency from Marx to Wilson.

Correspondence, 1822 December 3

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239002
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Myer Myers. Moses sends account for sugar $222.36.  Robert Mackay has written he considers Moses' a confidential debt.  Myer''s Pensacola schooner was captured by pirates, but he is insured. Levy's negro is sold, but at too low a price.  Was worth $650, sold for $530.

Correspondence, 1832 May 17

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239003
Scope and Contents Letter, Moses Myers, Norfolk, Virginia to Myer Myers. Moses has sent a letter from executors of Stephen Girard who say they do not want the residue of the tobacco shipped. Moses hopes Myer hasn't sent it down.  Sell if practicable even at a small loss.  Fred has plenty for the ship he is sending to Havre.