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Folder 84

 Container

Contains 5 Collections and/or Records:

John W. Saunders to Moses Myers & Son, 1819 August - September

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239748
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence.

Correspondence, 1818 August 15

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239751
Scope and Contents Letter, John W. Saunders, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands to Moses Myers & Son, Norfolk, Virginia. Saunders has done nothing with the Molly's cargo. Will leave it in the hands of Bergiest & Uhlhorn. Is proceeding to Deep Bay on south side of St. Domingo to pick up cargo of Brazil white sugars, hides and cotton he bought from Captain Chace. Will call for orders.

Correspondence, 1818 August 15

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239753
Scope and Contents Letter, John W. Saunders, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands to Moses Myers & Son, Norfolk, Virginia. Market for flour in St. Thomas is so dull that Saunders plans to put it in storage and take an advance on it. He will search to leeward for a return cargo. Will try the south shore of St. Domingo. Will write so Moses Myers & Son can arrange insurance.

Correspondence, 1818 August 17

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239754
Scope and Contents Letter, John W. Saunders, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands to Moses Myers & Son, Norfolk, Virginia. Saunders wrote earlier to say he had purchased a cargo of sugar, cotton and hides out of one of the prizes of Captain Chace. Wants Moses Myers & Son to cover his notes to $2000. Sailing today to retrieve the cargo. Has written Arbuthnall about his insurance.

Correspondence, 1818 September 8

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id239756
Scope and Contents Letter, John W. Saunders, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands to Moses Myers & Son, Norfolk, Virginia. Saunders is on his way home after a "long and tedious search for Captain Chace's prize which we have not had the good luck to fall in with." The Molly has onboard the specie advanced by Burgeist & Uhlhorn on her outward cargo. This letter sent via Captain Rowland.