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ALS : American Philosophical Society I Duly received your favour by Capt. Hatch, Covering Invoice for my much Esteem’d Aunt Mecom, whose Goods Came Safe to hand, I Bilive She in futer Will Supply herself with every sort of Good from our Desprate Merchants on better Terms then Can be Imported from England. I am favour’d with yours Feby. 7th July 7. and in Regard to my two Last Tickits one of...
2[Diary entry: 17 October 1773] (Washington Papers)
17. At home all day. Captn. Conway Breakfasting here from the Madeiras. Mr. Willis & my Brother went up to Church. Capt. Thomas Conway commanded the 40–ton sloop Molly , which had been built earlier in the year in Norfolk. The owner of the vessel was Richard Conway of Alexandria, who may have been an elder brother of Thomas. During the previous summer GW had shipped 80 barrels of superfine...
3[Diary entry: 17 October 1773] (Washington Papers)
17. Clear & pleasant, with very little Wind.
I was this Day as far as Gooce creek on my way to Mt Vernon but being very much indisposed could not proceed. I would not chuse to give you any trouble except to settle an akcount with me once a Year was I able to advance money for Colo. Fairfax’s Uses. but as I am not I must call upon You for about fifty pounds wich is as small a Sum as will serve between this & Christmas at which time you...