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1[Diary entry: 27 April 1772] (Washington Papers)
27. At home all day writing to send to Williamsburg by Colo. Bassett. Bassett was to settle several financial matters for GW in the Williamsburg area ( GW Memorandum, 27 April 1772 , NjMoHP ).
2[Diary entry: 27 April 1772] (Washington Papers)
27. Tolerably warm and pleasant but a little windy from the Southwest.
As it has been your usual Custom to discharge the Interest of your Bond at the April Genl Court I have directed Mr James Hill to call upon you for it as I can not be down myself & he is directed in respect to the application of the Money. His receipt with this Letter will be equal to one passed from Sir Yr Most Obedt Servt ALS , owned (1993) by Mr. Robert Gardner. For James Carter’s annual...
4Memorandum, 27 April 1772 (Washington Papers)
On the 27th April 1772, Drew 2 Setts of Exchange on Robt Cary Esqr. & Co. in favr of Co⟨lo.⟩ Bassett. one for £200 Sterg the other for £133.6.8 to be sold by him & the Money pd to Mr James Hill to pay Phips Jackson for his Ld bot by Josh Valentine for J. P. Custis. Also gave Colo. Bassett an Acct agt the Treasury for £36.9.3 and Cash to the amt of £63.10.9 to pay Bernd Moores Trustee’s £100—Mr...
Letter not found: to Bernard Moore, 27 April 1772. On 11 May Moore wrote to GW : “Your favour of April the 27th came to hand.”