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1[Diary entry: 2 October 1769] (Washington Papers)
2. Colo. Carlyle and two Daughters—Captn. Brady and Captn. Posey dined here. captn. brady : possibly William Brady, captain of the Berkeley County militia, later captain in Stephenson’s Rifles and captain of the 11th Virginia Regiment in the Continental line. Brady resigned in 1778 and was awarded 4,000 acres of land. Posey had been drinking heavily in recent weeks and had often been absent...
2[Diary entry: 2 October 1769] (Washington Papers)
2. Wind fresh from the Southwest all day—and clear.
Having entered into some engagements with our worthy Friend Mr: Thos. Adams for Mr: Jordan by which we are to have a Ship in James River in March next we take the Liberty through his Recommendation to Solicit the favour of your Assistance in the dispatch of the said ship by the Consignment of some part of your Tobacco and be assured you shall not suffer by putt[ing] it into our hands as we...