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    • Hardwick, Christopher
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    • Washington, George
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you wrot to me a bout Beaves[.] Catle Sels Considerable dearer then ever I knew them & are scase to be had at any rate I am told Beafe at winshester Sels at Forpence pr pound so that I dont know as yet whethr there is any to be bought as small Common Cows pricess beteen three & four pounds each I dont know what quntety you may want we have five stears & two Charmen baron Cows which one of them...
we are disopinted in sending two Wagings down Magnis Tate has declind Coming down & Mr Crafords waginner Refusd to Carey the two mars down So that I was fosed to send down nat with them which I Cud very elley spare! I am in hops I Shall soon be able to see about my beseness we have no more people taken with the Small pox as yet nor I am in hops Shant I have prepared them a Cording to your...
One Marke & Tent Table (Iron Screw to Do Missing) 4 Camp Stools Bed stead, 2 Mattrases, 4 Blankets, 6 Pack Saddles (one of Which Miles Carrys with him) 2 Oyl Cloths, 2 Candle Sticks 1 Pr Snuffers, 1 Pr Curtins, 1 Bottle Oyl 5 Cups & Six Saucers (some of whch have Peaces broke out of them) 2 Tumblers, 1 Do Broke, 3 Table Cloths, 2 Pr Sheets, 1 Box of Candles, 1 Curry Comb & Brush, 1 Pr Saddle...
I have Received yours of the 27th Ulto by wch I find you have not Received my last Letter to you, in which I have given an acct of the Crop both of Tobacco & Corn lest it shou’d Miscarry I also send you an acct thereof. Viz. The Tobo is very Backward on acct of the Drought, as also the Corn, we have hous’d I believe about fifteen Hundred which I wou’d rather was still out, if it wou’d allow...
Yours of the 8th Instant Came to hand the 20th . I wou’d have wrote to you as often as you Desire, but that I have nothing material to Mention so often to write to you about, neither have I at this time any agreeable News or acct to Send to you in regard to our Crop the Weather being so excessive Dry, had not one Shower of rain since my Last Letter to you ’till Sunday last, makes me fear it...
Your’s of the 13th Ulto I have Received by Mr Smith, I have done my Endeavours to get you a satisfactory Acct about the flour, but can get no other than what you have Already got, but that Mr Perkins received one order from you to the Baker for 200 Wt & accordingly Deliverd it, his Miller also says that several persons at Different Times came from you to him for flour, & that he Accordingly...
This Serves to inform you that all’s Well Since you left this or my seeing you last. Likewise Serves to inform you of the great Drought Since then, that I have not had a Season to Plant one Single Plant. Every thing fit to Burn up with heat if any should offer though late I Shall use my best Industry that Way. The Wheat is now Ripe which Shall be laid up as soon and as Safe as Possible. I am...