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Letter not found: from James Gildart, 28 Nov. 1765. On 22 April 1766 Gildart wrote to GW : “I wrote you of the 28th Novr.”
Invoice of Sundries ship’d by James Gildart on board the Francis, John Ashburner for Maryland for Account of George Washington Esqr. 2 Casks 24 dozn of Bottled Ale 12 dozn each 5/ [£] 6. 0.0 Porters Packg 2/ Casks 11/ prim. 5/ .18.  A Cask 5 dozn broad Hoes No. 4 25/ 6. 5.0 Cask 2/8 Prim: 1/6 . 4.2 Loose 10 Mahogany Chairs hair bottoms 27/ 13.10.0 2 Arm Do 40/6 4. 1.0 10 B—ass Matts 10/ Prim....
I wrote you of the 28th Novr ⅌ the Totness Capt. Barwich of whoes Arrivall In York have lately been advised that I hope you have received mine In Answer to your esteemed favour of the 20th Sept. duplicate of wc. have now before me. I gave you the best Information relating to Hemp from America I then could. Since have had a few Tons from Ra⟨ppa⟩hanock wch I sold At 27 ⅌ Ton besides the bounty...
Letter not found: from James Gildart, 9 Nov. 1760. On 3 April 1761 GW wrote to Gildart : “Several of your favours now lye before me, but the last of Novr 9th I shall particularly take notice of.”
Letter not found: from James Gildart, 20 May 1765. On 20 Sept. GW wrote to Gildart : “Your favour of the 20th May last . . . is just come to hand.”
I received your kind favor of the 25th June ⟨ mutilated ⟩ extreamly sorry to hear the 25 Sacks of Salt Sent you ⅌ the Oak McDaniel came in such bad order and so unseason[a]bly that Ship was intendd for Geo. Town to take in a Cargoe of Grain my Agt had bought of one Mr Ballandine who disapointed him that on the Ship Arrivall at St Marys after a passage of 17 weekes, he the Agent ordered her to...
I have before me your esteem’d favours of the 21st July & 22d Sepr the former Acknowl. the receipt of mine ⅌ Roger ⟨in⟩ Totness. my loss as you kindly wished by the former was not mitigated by Insurance, being so very fine a Ship I was imprud. enough to risque her, was sorry you had it not in your Power to Assist the Totness. the five hhds you Shipt me ⅌ Pollard Came in most miserable order. I...
I have before me your esteemed favour of the 3d April. am extreamly Sorry for the Comps. you Should make of the Sales of your Tobo wch you are pleased to Say are as well manged as formerly & that Mr Carry of London had made of them £17 to £18 a hhd. I must Confess its a Price that our markett wont Admitt of for them. Consequently so long as you Can make that money of them there I cant expect...
I am favoured wth yours of the 26 April Last year Accquainting me that the Six hhds of wc. you ⟨hav⟩e above the Acct Sales Ntt Proceeds £46.8.4¼ are to be braugt to the Credt of Master Custis in New Acct & that the balle due me from the Estate of the Late Coll Custis £17.9.8 you will Remitt me for wc. Shall be Noted Accordingly & as on the other Side you have a State of the Acct have it Stands...
⟨ Mutilated ⟩ Refering to my last of the 16th July ⅌ the Oak Capt. McDaniel Since wch have not been favoured wth any of yours. as yet have only Sold one of Mr J. P. Custis’s 4 hhds Tobo ⅌ the JnoSon & that At 2½ ⅌ being part mixed Stemed & leafe the price ⟨ mutilated ⟩ advanced & now from 2½ to 3½ ⅌ . It was luckey for my Friends I did not Sell on the Ships Arrivall As then the Cargoe would...