Thursday Feby. 7th. The Hogs which arrivd Yesterday were killd—weighg. as follows viz.
Out of which Jno. Foster recd. the remainder of his Years Provisions viz.
|350||—the years Allowe.|
Doctr. Lauries Man attended the Sick this day also.
I went to Mr. Craigs Funeral Sermon at Alexandria—and there met my Waggons with 4 Hhds. Tobo. more. Unloaded & sent them down to Mt. Vernon.
One of the Boys that came down with them & the Hogs (Nat) was taken with the Meazles last Night.
The Wind was Southerly, and very warm & drying, but the Earth extreamely Rotton.
The funeral was probably for Charles Craig (Craik), who had rented a Mount Vernon quarter from GW since 1756.