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To George Washington from Charles Morgan, 6 December 1796

Pittsburgh 6th December 1796

I have Receiv’d all the Rents for you, that Colo. Cannon put into my hands Except Nine pounds Sixteen Shillings, Which he had Receivd previous to delivering me the Accts—I have forwarded the Money to you by Mr Ross—and have Inclos’d the acct—Colo. Cannon will not come to any Settlement with me Respecting what he owes you—he Says he Chuses to Settle with your self.

on my Way from Kentuckey last Spring in passing through your land at the Round Bottom I observd the people from Grave Creek have been making vast quantities of Shugar on it, for about three years past, and Destroyd Timber &c. I am your Humbe Servt

Charles Morgan

P.S. I Shall Collect the Rents due from the Millers Run Estate which I contracted for as quick as possible and forward it to you &ca.

George Washington president of the U.S.

1796 Dr. Contra Cr.
Octobr To Cash Sent you by Mr Ross on Acct of Shreves Notes, Including debt & Interest £228.3.9 By two Notes on Israel Shreve, put into my hands by Colo. Cannon Interest 228.3.9
Decembr To Cash Sent by Mr Ross on Acct of the Millers Run Lands, Which accts Was put into my hands by Colo. Cannon Including Interest &c. 22.17.3 By Notes and Accts put into my hands by Colo. Cannon, on Acct of Rents for the Millers Run land Including Interest &c. 45.17.6
To an Acct deliverd to me by Cannon which he had Recd himself 9.16.0 £274.1.3
To Collecting £264..5..9—at five perCt 13.4.3

E. Excepted

Charles Morgan

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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