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I Receivd Your Favour Dated the 20th & has sent Down Your Inclos’d Letters to Allexan⟨a⟩ by Mr Cooper. You say I Did very Rong in Keeping Govenours Fauiquars Letter to Governour Sharp so Long, & then Sending it to you I can assure You to my knowledg I Never see the Letter but allways takes the Greatest Care of there Letters, as Well as Yours Which I Shall Resarve as Part of My Care. I Receivd...
As You wrote to me in Yr Last Concerning Deischargeing Different People’s Accots that had Money Due by the Contry for Servises Done at this Place, Every Person that brought there Accots in to Me I Sent Down to Williamsburgh Which they past and is Now Discharg’d. Your Acots of Smith’s Worke & Waggonage is Past & the Money is Now in My hands, for Smiths Worke Amounts upwards of £50, Waggonage...
I have this Day Discharged the Expences on acct of Ellection, as by the Ellection, as by the Enclosed accts. I have Sent an acct of The proceedings by Express, also I have Sent Your two horses By Colo. John Carlyle, who is to receive them at Your quarter and Take them down to Your Place according to Your Order. The Small Pox has not Spread in Town as yet, but the Flux is Very bad in the fort,...
I have had the Happiness, of Seeing the Letter you wrote, To Doctor Craig, and am Sorry to hear of your being so Much Indisposed in your Health, and I must own that I am at Present much disturbed in my mind, by Majr Baylist who Has blasted my Character in A most Cruel manner, Without the least reason, It’s true when Majr Baylist Was Last in town there was Some disturbance between Him and Mr...
I have the Happiness to Inform You Your Friends have been Very Sincere so that were Carried by a Number of Votes more than any Candidate, as by the Numbers under Certifyed. Colo: James Wood Sat on the Bench, and Represented Your Honour, and was Carried round the Town with a General applause, Huzawing Colo. Washington, pray Excuse my haste. I am Entertaining Your and my Friends, and am with Due...
your Letter of the first come safe to my hand, which I Sent the Inclos’d Emediately to Hardwick & Desired him at the same time to write you Every Particular. I have kept an Exact Accout of your smith’s work Done for the Publick & Privet People, I have Wrote to the Governour for a small Supply, to Discharge some Deferent Accots Against the Contry & with all to buoy some Necessaryes Shuch as...
I Receiv’d your Favour Aug. 9th Concerning The Ten Barrels of Flower, I have spoke to Mr Walker about it he tels me he Dont know as he Receiv’d it or not, but says he will Settle with me as soon as he Gets a Supply of Money as he at this Time Intirely with out, Mr Walker Lyes Extreamly ill with the Rumetizem, I am a Makeing a Letter [litter] this Day to Carry him Home. As it is not in your...
In my last I omitted to inform you that I sent four Boxes in room of the three Barrells of flints ordered in your letter of the 10th Inst.; Since which I have the favour of your letters dated the 11th & 14th. I sent your horses imediatly to your Quarter and shall take the first safe oportunity of forwarding them to your house in Fairfax; The answere I had from old Mr Stinsons, was, that...
I Receivd Yours: from Rays Town bareing no Date, but an Answer to mine of the 18th of Septr. Lieut. Swearingen with 20 Rangers in Compy with Lieut. Slawter & 20 of the Culpepper Militia is a Guard to the Waggons as far as Fort Cumberland as there was no Others to be had. I have Imploy’d two Very good Masons to Assist in Underpinning the Bastion which we have Laboured at this ten days past. I...
Since Your Departure there is Nothing happened Extronery, June the 29th I Settle’ed with Comisary Walker Your Accots & Your Brothers Which Yours was 7809 Pound of Flour which Amounted to £39.0.10 & his Account, Against You for Rum was £21.13.4 The Ballance Reced by me is £17.7.6 & Mr Washington Accot comes to £7.10 Which I Reced. Your Over Seer informs me that there was Wheat Enough Carried to...