|June 4—||To Ditto [cash] Won at Cards||£ 0. 7.6|
|To Cash of Abednego Adams for Weaving &ca||0.13.4|
|June 4—||By Exp[ence]s travelling to Frederick||0. 9.6|
|By Shoeing my Horse 2/. Mr [Daniel] Sturges for Nails viz. 600 to Ch[ristophe]r Hardwick 5/5||0. 7.5|
|5—||By Expences on the Road from Fredk||1.13.9|
|8—||By John Alton||2. 0.0|
|By Crying Sam when offerd for Sale1||0. 5.0|
|By gave away||0. 6.0|
|13—||By Saml Johnson [Sr.] Balle of Acct||2. 7.9|
|15—||By Mr John Hough for Quitrents||11.19.6|
|24—||By Expences at Arrols 1/6. Counterfeit Bill 5/||0. 6.6|
|27—||By Mrs Simpson Layg Peg & Doll2||1. 0.0|
AD, Ledger A description begins Manuscript Ledger Book 1, 1750-72, in George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. description ends , 249, 252.
2. “Mrs Simpson” was probably the wife of Gilbert Simpson (d. 1773) who rented land from GW at Mount Vernon on Clifton’s Neck. Peg was a slave on River farm; one of the slaves named Doll was also on River farm and the other was a house servant.