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1[Diary entry: 8 March 1760] (Washington Papers)
Saturday Mar. 8. No. Et. Wind & Rain—Plows stopd. Gave Captn. Cawseys Skipper namely William Vicars—1 Tobo. Note and an Order on Hunting Creek Warehouses for 7 Hhds. of my Mountain Tobo. John Cawsey was captain of the Tyger , a 120–ton British-built ship which took a crew of nine and sailed in the Virginia tobacco trade for John Farrel & Co. of Bristol, Eng. William Vicars was probably...
2[Diary entry: 8 March 1760] (Washington Papers)
8. No. Et. Wind, and much Rain.
With a heart that overflows with Gratitude I return my most unfeign’d thanks for that fresh mark of your true Friendship and Noble generosity to me, so amply evinc’d in your’s of the 20th Ulto which I yesterday had the infinite pleasure of receiving, But I should never forgive myself if I should by making use of your uncommon goodness, in the least degree embarrass, much less cause a material...