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In a Letter which I wrote you the first of last Month was Inclosd an Invoice of Sundries which I then was, and still am, much in need of. If those Goods shoud not be Shipd before this Letter gets to hand pray add to your purchase the things which you will find on the other side and send them as there directed. I shall find occasion to write you fully by the Fleet and Inclosing a list of...
Invoice of Sundrie Goods to be Shipd by Robt Cary Esqr. and Company—for the use of George Washington. 200 lbs. Red Le[a]d ground up in Oyl 100 lbs. White Ditto ground in Ditto 15 lb. Putty 150 Squares Window Glass— 9 by 11 Inches 1 dozn Common locks—for Inside Doors 6 dozn Smiths Files of different Sorts 1 Steel hand Mill for grinding Wheat into Flour 10 lb. Emery 10 lb. Rotton Stone 25 lb....
The Inclosd is the Ministers Certificate of my Marriage with Mrs Martha Custis—properly as I am told—Authenticated, you will therefore for the future please to address all your Letters which relate to the Affairs of the late Danl Parke Custis Esqr. to me. as by Marriage I am entitled to a third part of that Estate, and Invested likewise with the care of the other two thirds by a Decree of our...
Invoice of Sundry Goods to be Shipd by Robt Cary Esq. and Company for the use of George Washington—viz. 1 Tester Bedstead 7½ feet pitch, with fashionable blew or blew and white Curtains to suit a Room lind wt. the Incld paper Window Curtains of the same for two Windows; with either Papier Maché Cornish to them, or Cornish coverd with the Cloth 1 fine Bed Coverlid to match the Curtains 4 Chair...