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1861[Diary entry: 13 August 1765] (Washington Papers)
13. Finish’d Sowing Wheat at the Rivr. Plantn. i.e. in the corn ground. 123 Bushels it took to do it.
1862[Diary entry: 15 August 1765] (Washington Papers)
15. The English Hemp i.e. the Hemp from the English Seed was pickd at Muddy hole this day & was ripe. Began to seperate Hemp in the neck.
1863[Diary entry: 17 August 1765] (Washington Papers)
17. Finishd Sowing Wheat in the Corn field, which lyes over the Run at the Mill 27 Bushl.
1864[Diary entry: 22 August 1765] (Washington Papers)
22. Put some Hemp into the Water about 6 Oclock in the Afternoon—note this Hemp had been pulld the 8th. Instt. & was well dryed, & took it out again the 26th.
1865Cash Accounts, September 1765 (Washington Papers)
Contra Septr 1— By Thos Bishop in full of Accts £5.14.0 4— By Exps. at Fredericksburg 0. 2.0 By George Todd old Acct 0. 6.3 9— By Edwd Voilet for driving my Cattle 1.10.0 By Edwd Williams 1. 0.0 11— By Mrs Green Balle Acct 7. 2.2 By Zach⟨h⟩ Connell bringg two Hhds Tobo 2. 3.0 14—
1866[September 1765] (Washington Papers)
4. Began to Pull the Seed Hemp but it was not sufficiently ripe. 5. 6. 7. 9. } Sowed Turneps behind the Garden. Getting of Fodder at Mill & Muddy H. 15. To this date my Carpenters had in all worked 82 days on my Schooner. The schooner, apparently built at Mount Vernon, was finished and rigged by Dec. 1765 and launched the following February. 22. This Week they workd 22 days upon her. Here GW...
1867[Diary entry: 4 September 1765] (Washington Papers)
4. Began to Pull the Seed Hemp but it was not sufficiently ripe.
1868[Diary entry: 5–9 September 1765] (Washington Papers)
5. 6. 7. 9. } Sowed Turneps behind the Garden. Getting of Fodder at Mill & Muddy H.
1869[Diary entry: 15 September 1765] (Washington Papers)
15. To this date my Carpenters had in all worked 82 days on my Schooner. The schooner, apparently built at Mount Vernon, was finished and rigged by Dec. 1765 and launched the following February.
By the Fauquier Captn Nicks you will receive 12 Hhds of Master Custis’s Tobacco which please to sell to the best advantage and carry the nett proceeds to the credit of his account—I dare say there can be no exception taken to this Tobacco & therefore I shall hope for more pleasing Sales than were receivd for the two last Parcels I shipd you in his behalf which indeed were low and discouraging....