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Yours of the 20th Instant I Recd this Day; I have not the Least thought, (nor Ever had) of making Sale of any Part of my Land in Virga, unless I had an oppertunity of Purchasing, Immediately (Lands) Joining to me in Maryland, which there is not the Least Prospect off Just now, as the Lands are in the hands of Gen[tleme]n who have not the Least thought of making Sale thereoff. Captn Posey was...
Having sum Company, and the Wind Blowing fresh, Prevented my Attending on you this day, as Intended; However immagen this may satisfy you, in Answar to your’s, by Mr Land Washington, Relative to my Lands in Virginia—I would Readily make an Exchange, for Mr Alexanders Land on this side, Provided I could be made safe in Regard to the Conveyance, As his Wife is not of Suffiteant Age to Co[n]vey...
On my way to my Quarter on this side (this day) I observed several Valuable Trees &c. cut down Worked and Working up, on my Land; as thay are on that Part the Land we was on Making An Exchange, for the Same Quantity in Maryland, Induses me to Immagen, you miss apprehended me in my offer’s to you Relative to the same. Which I Remember well was neare as Followes, when I was at your House, I made...
Your’s of the 10th Instt I Recd and have now before me, th’o was not at home at the time it was brought to my House. Am Verry Sorry any Act of Mine Should give the Least Surprize, or Consern, to any Gentn Whatever, as it was not, or is, the Least of my Intentions so to do; As to any Testimony to make it appear there was no misapprehension, in Regard to the Proposals Made and agre’d to between...
Your’s Acquanting me that Mr West had Promissed to be at your house this Afternoon, In order to Run the Dividing Line between Washington & Spencer, came to hand, Th’o am afrade Shall not be able to give my self the Pleasure of Wating on You in the Morning, Owing to a Verry seveare Could, which affects me in Such a Manner, that I can scarsly git a Moment’s Rest. Should I be Better in the...
A’m greatly obligd to you, for the Trouble you have Given your self in Leting me no Mr West is to be Down this Evining, or in the Morning; Th’o cannot at this Time Promis my self the Least Prospect of Joining You, as Mrs Marshall (who has been much aleing for sum time Past) is this day so Ill, (that without a Great amendment,) cannot by any meens Leve her, Should that be the Case, Weather &c....
The Tenant’s on Mr Alexanders Land (on this side) Are Desirous of knowing what Part of the Lands will be Left, after Laying of the Quantety we are makeing an Exchange for; As you have all the Lands collected in one Plat (If I mistake not) that is in Dogue Neck; If you will be kind Enuf to Let me know the Quantety of Land I hould (In slipes) on the South side of the Mane Roa⟨d⟩ that Leeds from...
I’m sorry it is not in my Power to appoint any Day (at this time) that I could wate on you in order to Ascertain the Quantity of Land I hould on the South side of the Road, that Leeds from your Mill to the Gum Spring, owing to the Declining state of health Mrs Marshall still Labrs Under, she being in such a Loe state, that I cannot Leve her Scarcely a Moment. Should be Verry Glad, could I ⟨be⟩...
Letter not found: from Thomas Hanson Marshall, 11 Oct. 1771. The draft of GW’s letter to Thomas Hanson Marshall of 9 Mar. 1770 is docketed by GW: “To Captn T: H: Marshall 9 & 16 of March 1770 & 11th Octobr 1771.”