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Mr Page inform’d our Committee that you could furnish them with a quantity of Powder having imported more than you had occasion for in your County; I am directed to request that you will reserve Ten Barrells for the use of this County; and if you can contrive it to Malborough it will be convenient for us to send there, wch I am in hopes you can do as I am informed that you have purchased the...
On examining my papers I find that Mr Charlton paid me only Two hundred pounds owing to my mistake in returning him part of the Money he had paid me for the whole Bills wch he was to have had, I must endeavour to convince him of the matter when I go down or I must lose it; Mr Montgomery gave me no reason for not paying the Money, only that he could not advance it. Mr Whiting will pay it on...
Inclos’d you have Whitings Bond the Ballance of which Mr Mongomery refuses to pay, also Buckners Bond, no part thereof paid, also Armisteads Exs. Protest have not seen him since you sent me the protest. Inclos’d is a state of Money recd & paid for you at Wmsburg by which you will be able to settle your Accts. Our Wheat is better than common and I think it’s generally so that I have seen,...
Buckner was here last Tuesday and promis’d to do the needfull if possible, left the Town on Wednesday and I am this Evening inform’d by Mr Whiting that he would not return, and as I hear’d a Gentleman this day say he was to receive Three hundred pounds from Buckner I conclude you will get no Money, have therefore agreed for your Bills to Mr Charlton at the Currt Exchg. wch is not setled as the...
The post just leaving Town I have only time to inform you that I have rented your Houses & the Land between the road & River to Mr Fitzhugh for £22.10.0 ⅌ Ann: with liberty to get Fencing from the Land Mr Hunter want the other field next to him I shall go over in order to agree with him tho’ I think the better way is not to rent the other part nor will I conclude the bargain ’till next post...
I expect with this You will receive a Letter from my Son Fielding inclosing an Order on Mr Robert Alexander for the Balla. of his Wifes Fortune which I am very apprehensive is reduced to a small Sum as Mr Alexander writes me that he has paid several Orders and requests that the Ballance may be taken out of his Hands and dispos’d off in the manner I shall think most to Fieldings advantage; I...
I recd yours inclosing Forty Pound wch I have placed to your Credit, and shall settle your Acct with Mr Strother. James Gallemore the bearer some time sinc⟨e⟩ deserted from Colo. Byrds Regmt and is now return’d on my promise that he shall be excused for it, as he voluntarily surrenders himself I immagine he will meet with a ready Pardon. I am Yr most Humble Servt ALS , DLC:GW . According to...
I have sent you 4 pss. Blankets wch contain 60 Blankets, as I have no receipt for them shall be Oblig’d to you to give one to Mr James Strawhan, or the Cash wch will be more acceptable as it often proves Troublesome gitting of it below. I am yr most Huml. Servant A Bale WW No. 2 R Colo. Washington for the Country Dr To 60 Blankets @ 11/6 £34.10.0  Package & Cord 2.6 34.12.6 Dotr Halkerston...
I recd yours by Mr Buchanan with the Cash to purchase Mrs Buckners Carpenter, but as I am apprehensive there is a Morgage, or some other incumberance as I well know that Estate is much indebt, it will be prudent to Act cautiously least there should be any dispute hereafter; I have already enquir’d about the Carpenter and have been inform’d that he will be sold some time hence but who has the...