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When I wrote to you on the 14th Ulto neither your Letters nor my Goods by Captn Johnston were come to hand. now both are receivd; and I must beg leave to point out some mistakes which I have discoverd in them. and first in regard to the Accounts which you sent. In these there are several Errors which need rectifying as you will perceive by perusing the Inclosd Accounts —Copied from my Books,...
Letter not found: from Robert Cary & Co., 10 Aug. 1761. On 28 May 1762 GW wrote to Robert Cary & Co. : “Your unacknowledged favours of . . . 10th Augt . . . and the 19th of Octr following now lye before [me].”
Letter not found: from Robert Cary & Co., 16 Sept. 1761. On 28 May 1762 GW wrote to Robert Cary & Co. : “Your unacknowledged favours of the . . . 16 & 19th Septr . . . now lye before [me].”
Letter not found: from Robert Cary & Co., 19 Sept. 1761. On 28 May 1762 GW wrote to Robert Cary & Co. : “Your unacknowledged favours of the . . . 16 & 19th Septr . . . now lye before [me].”
An Indisposition which I have been under 3 or 4 Months inducd me to take a trip Northward to try the effects of Exercise and our Mountain Air upon my disorder —I find some benefit from the Journey—but not returning till within these few days I came too late to make out and send my Invoices by the Fleet. however no disappointment of Goods will follow from thence I hope because there will be...
Herewith you will receive sundry Invoices for Goods wanted, those for my own and the Childrens use please to send by Captn Johnston or the first Vessell bound for this River in the Spring—Mrs Dandridges must go in a Ship for York —I cannot make out an Account of the necessarys which may be wanting for my own and Master Custis’s Plantations on York River till I go down there which will happen...
Invoice of Sundry Goods to be sent by Robert Cary Esqr. and Co. for the use of George Washington—Virginia 800 Ells Oznabrigs 300 Yds best Cotton 4 pieces best Dutch Blanketting 2 pieces Fearnought 4 dozn pr very large Pld Hose 4 dozn pr of a Size Smaller 2 dozn pair for boys & Girls 2 pieces of Irish Linnen @3/6 1 piece ditto @2/ 2 pieces ditto @1/ 1 piece Irish Oznab: to be soft & white...
Letter not found: from Robert Cary & Co., 19 Oct. 1761. On 28 May 1762 GW wrote to Robert Cary & Co. : “Your unacknowledged favours of the 26th June . . . and the 19th of Octr following now lye before [me].”
I came to this place last Night, and find that the Articles containd in the Inclosd Invoices are wanted for mine and Master Custis’s Plantation’s on York River, please therefore to send them as there directed and charge the amounts to our respective Accounts. We have little or no News stirring, our Assembly is at present Convend to grant Supplies for carrying on the War against the Cherokee...
Letter not found: from Robert Cary & Co., 18 Jan. 1762. On 28 May GW wrote to Robert Cary & Co. : “Your favour of the 18th Jany was presented to me.”