Hartford July 3rd 1809
I would inform you that I was at James
Peckams last week on Friday - there is about
21lb of wool for you which I understood
was to be sent soon to your Factory - I will see one
of my neighbours soon, but I do not much think
i can procure any for you - my full & fleece
I kept for you untill the twenty fourth of June
expected you would return from New York by the way
of Stratford. I have not sold any the half to none
but you - I sold a large half ram in april it was
sent to North Carolina.
As I am in some want of money at this time
either by order or safe conveyance - I should be glad
of the money as soon as it may be convenient for
you - Friend give yourself no uneasiness about it
I do not know of any opportunity of calling soon
personally or other wise.
Your real Friend
Francis Percival Jr.