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Letter not found: from William Augustine Washington, 23 April 1798. The letter, to which GW refers on 26 June 1798 , was advertised in 1904 in George H. Richmond’s catalog, item 330. The quotation from the letter in the catalog is printed in GW to William Augustine Washington, 5 April 1798, n.2 .
Judge Washington intending to Mount Vernon I imbrace the opportunity of acknowledging rect of your Letter of the 10th Ulto with Mr Andersons, incl⟨os⟩ing the Acct between us for Corn; which is very accurate, & satisfactory—On the 15th June I drew on you in favr of Walker Roe & Co. for £⟨ illegible ⟩ payable 60 days after sight, and yesterday I d⟨rew⟩ in favr of Robt Patton for £100 pay 30 days...
Your truely affectionate & friendly Letter by Mr Rice I have recd be pleased to accept my most grateful acknowledgements, for your kind condolence in my late misfortunes: The mysteries and decrees of an allwise Providence, are unsearchable to short sighted Mortals; and it behooves us, & becomes our duty to be resigned to the Divine Will; this has allways been a consolation to me under every...
The Vessel I ingaged to take my Corn up to you, never returned from Baltimore untill the 23 Ulto after repairing her Sealing she came down on friday last to Load, but the rainy and Windy weather ever since has retarded us—she will I hope get ⟨on⟩ her Load in a day or two & will deliver you Two Hundred Barrels, and return immediately for the Ballance; the freight you will be pleased to settle...
Your favr of the 26th Ulto I recd to day—I had been apprehension, from not hearing from you that my Letter had miscarried; it was intended to have been sent by Mr Neal the B[r]other of your manager, his father (who is in my employ) the morning I wrote it informed me that his Son would call at my mill for my Letter. I was to go to our Court that day, but before I got to my Mill Neale had called...
Letter not found: from William Augustine Washington, 8 Oct. 1799. On 29 Oct. GW wrote his nephew : “Your letter of the 8th instant has been duly received.”
Your two favors of the 20th & 24th by Capt. Bowcock I have recd with two Barrels of Whiskey & a Barrel of Fish; the first I have not tryed, but have no doubt of its being good, the latter are very fine & I have to return you my thanks for the present. Mr Wm Flood the Excr of Mr Thacker Washington has consented to let the Estates Corn go in my Contract with you; Capt. Bowcock carried up 39...
Letter not found: from William Augustine Washington, 15 Feb. 1798. On 27 Feb. GW wrote William Augustine Washington : “Mr Rice . . . delivered me your letter of the 15th instant.”
Letter not found: from William Augustine Washington, 15 Sept. 1799. On 22 Sept. GW wrote his nephew: “Your letter of the 15th instt from New Post, has been received.”
Letter not found: from William Augustine Washington, 30 Aug. 1799. On 7 Oct. GW wrote William Augustine Washington : “Strange as it may seem, it is nevertheless true, that your letter of the 30th of August never got to my hands until the 4th instant.”