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I received your favour of the 6th by Mr Gist & am Very Sorrey that its not In our power to Supply you faster & better than We doe; its not for Want of Will, but for two reasons first a Scarcity of Cash, & Secondly We are Deceived by those that we depend opon. I wrote you that I had Agreed With Mr Croghan for 10,000 Wt of Flour to be Delivered at his risque at the Camp In 15 days from the time...
I reced both your favours by Wm Jinkins & am Sorry you have so just Grounds for Complaints from my Deputys & the persons I Engage with but particularly with Mr Gist & Mr Croghan, the Latter as he’s with you I am In hopes you’l oblige him to make good his Agreements & the former has promised to do all he can hereafter. Your men have reason to Complain by not been paid regularly but I am not In...
This Will be deliver’d you by Capt. Elzey & our Draft from the Militia of Fairfax. We hope that they will be Approved of as they Are All Young healthy fellows tolerable well mounted & Accouterr’d. A Waggon woud Sett of this day from Alexandria with the Powder & Lead you desired Also the Cloaths for the Soldiers & hope they will be Up in time for you, I cou’d Nether gett Carradge horses, nor a...
Letter not found: from John Carlyle, 9 Jan. 1756. On 12 Jan. 1756 Carlyle wrote to GW : “I Wrote you the 9th Inst.”
I Wrote you the 9th Inst. Acquainting you of the Arrival of the Cloathing. They are landed at Malbrough In Maryland, & I have Sent Six Wagons to bring their Loads & Expect them on Saturday Evening. I thought it better to Land them their at this Season of the Year & Trust to Land rather than Watter Carrage & Yr Men Will be upon a Certainty of Getting Cloathed 14 days Sooner & phaps a Month if a...
I was favd with yours of the 30th Ulto, & Observe Your directions Abt Your orders for London & may depend they shall be Executed with the Greatest Exactness —Capt. Thompson is here & has Agreed to take half the Tobacco to Yr Namesake, he has Gott the Tobacco that is here & as fast as more Comes it shall be shipd—I am Afraid We Cannot gett You Good Crop Tobacco under 14/ ⅌ Ct but will gett You...
After I had wrote to Capt. Mercer I find the Wagons will not Leave The Town before I finish This In Answer to Yours of the 20th Inst. When I Wrote you & Capt. Mercer I Cou’d give no Guess at the Packages. Nor cou’d I tell What Quantity of Wagons Will doe for the things Under Contract. I beleive Twelve or fourteen Wagons will doe the Other Goods Order’d by Yr Letter of June The 20th Such as...
Letter not found: to John Carlyle, 23 June 1758. On 14 July 1758 Carlyle wrote to GW : “I reced the favr of yours the Day before you marched [23 June].”
This Serves Chiefly to Inform you that I reced the favr of yours the Day before you marched for Which I am Much Obliged, & Also to Inclose you A Letter from Mr Richd Washington the things Shipd by him for You ⅌ Capt. Merrie is in our Warehouse Safe As your own house is Now Uncover’d We Shall keep them for Sum Time, Yr People Shall want No Assistance in our Power. I Intend to be At the Election...
I Reced yours ⅌ Dr Craike with 75£ which Shall Immediatly Lay out In A bill & remite as Directed —the Goods In my Care Seemed to be Chairs & a Small box that has yr Armes In it Cut in Wood —If your Letter that you mention Comes to My hand Shall Immediatly forward up to you, I cannot Say how Mr Washington has Settled the Insurance but Shall write him Abt it ⅌ first oppertunity. I have Yett not...