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Mem m for mr Goodman . as soon as the green swerd seed is ripe, have som e gathered by the negro children and sowed on all the naked parts of the mound, and then cover those parts lightly with s traw first, & brush laid over that. if m ore seed could be gathered by the children it might be sowed in the fall or spring in the square round the house where the green swerd has not as yet taken....
As you propose to do me the favor of coming here on Saturday or Sunday to settle our matters, and on your way here (if you come the upper road) you will pass thro’ the land I propose to convey in trust for you, I have thought it best to mark it out to you that you may notice it as you pass. you enter on it about 10. or 20. yards on this side of Johnson’s fence (3. miles from here on the road )...
Since the date of my last letter I have by dint of scolding, got the answer which I communicate by this occasion to the Secretary of State. The evasions used on this occasion were curious. In the notes to the prince Regents declaration, which I enclose herewith in the Moniteur of the 8th., you will see the only answer they intended to give to my demand of the 1st. of May. The reference made in...
By this mail I send the sundry newspapers recd. pr. Ship Pacific from Liverpool by which it may be observed that the non importation Law presses very hard upon Great Britain which with the severe operation of the Embargo on account of the scarcity of Bread and her other difficulties will be likely to increase the Current against the present Ministry of that nation beyond their power to...
I learnt some time ago thro’ mr Griffin the award of the arbitrators in the question between us referred to them, and I have now to ask the favor of you to furnish me with a state of our account for it’s final discharge. there was a small credit to be given me, as explained in my letter of Dec. 18. which you will be able to ascertain. being to leave this within a very few days, I will thank...
Stith’s entry why lost? mr Steptoe ’s informn Bedford c ty erected in 1752 Ben Howard was clerk , lived in Buckingham , exercised by deputy & never came here Isham Talbot was his deputy & also deputy surveyor
123 yds oznabrigs 20. blankets 50 needles sugar. coffee