|Mar. 12—||To Ditto [cash] of Mr Magowan Balle Acct||£0. 6.10|
|21—||To Captn Hanson Marshall for weaving||0.12. 0|
|30—||To Gilbert Simpson Junr weavg 8 Yds Cotton||0.12. 9|
|Mar. 3—||By Servants||0. 3. 9|
|4—||By Thos Bishops wife delivg Sarah1||0.10. 0|
|12—||By Doctr Rumney2||5. 0. 0|
|13—||By Boys Expences to Essex3||0. 2. 6|
|21—||By my own Expences at Arrols||0. 8. 6|
|25—||By my Brother’s boy’s ferriage at Poseys||0. 2. 0|
|26—||By Servants||0. 1. 3|
|31—||By Alexander Cleveland in full for his share of Hemp made in 17654||0.10. 0|
AD, Ledger A description begins Manuscript Ledger Book 1, 1750-72, in George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. description ends , 269.
1. There were four slaves named Sarah living on the farms at Mount Vernon in 1768.
2. Dr. William Rumney, who stayed at Mount Vernon from 4 to 7 Mar. attending GW, spent the night of 12 Mar. to treat Martha Parke Custis. See Diaries description begins Donald Jackson and Dorothy Twohig, eds. The Diaries of George Washington. 6 vols. Charlottesville, Va., 1976–79. description ends , 2:45.
3. “Essex” is probably Essex County.