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I shall draw upon you in a few days to the Amount of about £150 in two Setts of Exchange: the one payable to Messrs Champe and Hunter of Virginia and the other to Mr Richd Washington of London. I did not think it amiss to give you this earliest advice (via Whitehaven) of my Intentions but should not have doubted your Acceptance of my Bills without it as I in a former of the 12th June advertisd...
On Board the America Captn Lewis I have Shipped you Twelve hhds of Master John Parke Custis’s Tobacco on which please to make Insurance so as to receive Ten pounds pr hhd in case of Loss. The amount of Sales when the Tobacco is received & Sold must be placed to his Credit. I am Gentn Yr mo. obedient ALB , DLC:GW . GW noted at the end of his copy of the letter, “Sent to New York—to go by the...
Of this date I have drawn upon you in favour of Mr James Gibson for One hundred pounds Sterling which please to pay, & place to Account of Mr John Parke Custis. Since my coming to this place I have receivd a Letter from you by Captn Young (Inclosing another for Mr Custis, with an Acct of the Sales of some of his Tobacco) which I shall take an oppertunity of answering sometime hence. In the...
Of this date I have drawn upon you for Two hundred and Fifty pounds Sterling in favour of Peyton Randolph Esqr., which sum you will please to pay, & place to Acct of Mr John Parke Custis. I am Gentn Yr Most Hble Servt ALB , DLC:GW . Peyton Randolph, speaker of the House of Burgesses, and Thomas Mann Randolph of Tuckahoe gave GW their bond assigned to John Parke Custis for the £250 sterling...
Your favours of the 20th of Augt & 20th of Novr (which are all the Letters that have come to hand since mine of the 20th Septr) are now before me. When I was at Williamsburg in April last, I directed twelve Hhds of Master Custis’s Tobacco to be put on board Captn Esten & consignd to you; the Sales of which I hope will be pleasing, & the proceeds carried to the young Gentleman’s Account. Shoud...
Your favour of the 1st of October I did not receive till yesterday, where it has lain ever since is not easy to imagine—I have examined the Acct Currt therein Inclos’d and believe it to be right saving that it wants credit for the Tobo lost in the Deliverance—your next possibly will acct for that, as well as the other Tobo taken in the Joseph. I have met with very bad luck in all the Tobo I...
I have just drawn upon you (of this date) for One hundred pounds Sterlg in favour of Mr James Gibson which please to pay & place to Acct of Mr Jno. Parke Custis. I am Gentn Yr Most Obedt Hble Servt ALB , DLC:GW . See Cash Accounts, November 1767 , 1768 . See also Guardian Accounts, 5 May 1769 .
On the 12th June last I wrote you fully, and addressd Copies to which be referd. and gave you advice in a Letter of the 26th Ulto Via Whitehaven of my Intention’s of drawing on you to the amount of about £150 since which I have passd those Bills (viz.) one sett payable to Messrs Champe and Hunter of Virginia for Ninety nine pounds Sterling dated the 10th Instt and another sett for fifty pounds...
By my friend Mr Fairfax I take the oppertunity of acknowledging the receipt of your favour pr Captn Wa[l]ker & once since of later date by Captn Chew—I am very sorry for the Account (given in the latter) of the Deliverance being lost. All the Tobacco I had on board her was JC and I dare say woud have disgracd no Market whatever—but accidents of this Nature are common & ought not to be repind...
Since mine of the 28th of June, last year, I have been favour’d with your two Letters of the 27th of March, first of July, and 21st of October in the past, and Sixth of April in the present year. Had any thing material occurd—(worth giving you the trouble of a Letter)—I shoud not have been silent till this time; and even now, I have but little to say. The Accounts Currt transmitted by Necks...