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We this day start the box of Harness for Washington, I find we shall have dirt enough to raise the second Levil of the Garden nearly as high as the one done. I am Going on fast as possople With the Garden. Mr. Maddox begins on munday with the stone stable, I dont recollect Nothing more at Present but Remaine your Obedient St. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Inclosed is an account Given me by Mrs. Lewis for Turkys and Bacon. The Turkys she says Mr. Freman got & the Bacon I got myself (at the same time I saw and account against You for Differant articles to the amount of about $135. in that account was the 45 bushels oats I Got when you was heare which was the Largest article. the others was all such as vigertables Got some by Mr. Lilly some by Mr....
I recieved yours of the 11th. which Coverd 360 Dollers. We finised the mill dam on 11th. we put a bundance of rock on it which I hope will prevent its mooving againe. (I had concludeed to cleane up our field and set my plows to work before we went in the Garden. the land would produce much better by plowing the land this fall. the winters frost would be a very Graite advantage to the...
Inclosed is Mr. Peytons account. I think some time past I Gave you an account of Peytons for nearly the same articles in the present one and by Compareing the two accounts you will see some wrong Charge is made by Mr. Peyton. I do not think he has any Just Cause to be dissatisfied I have nearly done 3 thirty foot throughs in the Garden since you Left heare but my Gang being so interrupted I...
By yours dated 8th. of this month you Mention I shall Receive another Remittance of a hundred dollers/ Mr. Craven being now about to start for Washington says if he can Get the hundred dollers thare it will Answer him and he Gives me the same heare on the 19th. of this month. which will be 2 or 3 weeks sooner than I should Receive it from you and, if it makes no difference with you to pay, Mr...
I am Truly sorry to inform you of our Misfortune of both looseing the Mill dam and the Canel brakeing by the fresh of last week about one third of the dam are Gone, I am in hopes we shall be able to Keep the mills at wirk by puting rocks in the sloose so as to throw the Water in the Canel, the dam broke in the same manner it did before leaving apart on each shore. I dont think Sir we shall...
Inclosed are Mr. Peytons and Koopers accounts. as for the meadow land. I should think sir it would be best to let Mr. Cravin Cleare as much of it as he would Because tending it first in Tobacco Cleansis the land Compleatly for the Timothy. The best of Judge’s prefer that Plan However you no best. I am at Present about the waist the waters made a Breach in the waist whare Mr. Perry put in the...
I have received yours of the 5th. inclosed with two hundred and sixty five dollers. I must inform You that we are very much in want of the 30 Dols. which Bishop Gave Brown on order on us for he says he must have the money Immediately. thirteen of our hands are at Mr. Randolphs. the rest is now Imployed Cuting our own Oats. we shall have a noble Crop of oats for the Quantity of Land we sowed....
I received by the Last maile several hundred small Ciants. which I think are Called Privey for makeing hedges. I suppose some Person sent them by the stage without Your noing it, and as I have no directions whare to plant them I send to you for directions whare to be planted, I have them Burried in the Ground at present. We are Going on with the Garden I have 430 feet. nearly done. (I have...
Yours of the 8th.. I this day received have Also received seven hundred Dillers from Mr. Jefferson of Richmond which will nearly discharge all our debs I will place heare all the debs that are yet owing we filled the ice house Last week in two days with 6 waggons the first day and 8 the second. Johnson Row for hauling ice two days £ 2. 0.0 Richard Johnson for hauling two days 2. 0.0 Anderson...