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In Virginia I ordered to pack one bale especially; in it the goods lay,
Written out by me from England - basically thin English cloth, silk,
Silk velvet and very thin Dutch cloth - and intended on
Any case for gifts; as I hurried up, forwarding twenty one
On coast, this bale I have not forgotten to grasp a bale of the goods, and at sale of all
Other goods I have told that in this bale my clothes and others are packed
Things of personal use and consequently to open it does not follow; it was
It is executed, and a bale have brought to me in a room.
In this bale some parcels which I have ordered have been packed
To combine so that in case of need to have possibility to make the necessary
Gift. All things were, however, valuable enough; I believe that all bale
Would manage to me in England not more cheaply two hundred pounds sterling. Though in mine
Position to me followed a little moderate the generosity, I felt
So obliged, osoblivo my benevolent and magnanimous
To the Spaniard that has considered necessary, having opened two smaller parcels, to connect together
Their contents and to present a gift, worthy as my benefactor, and
That respect which he to me has shown. When I have combined together those goods,
Which were in these two convolutions, the following has turned out:
Two pieces of the excellent thin English cloth best from this,
That it was possible to get in London; like cloth which I have presented
To the governor in Havana, one cloth was fine crimson, rather
Proof colour as it has been painted in a yarn, and the second - excellent
4 pieces of a thin Dutch cloth which costed in London from seven
To eight shillings for el.
12 pieces fine silk drageta and velveteen for a man's dress.
6 pieces of wide silk, from them two - kamki and two - silks for mantily.
The box of tapes and box of laces, and last cost in England nearby
Forty pounds sterling.