George Washington Papers

Cash Accounts, December 1763

Cash Accounts

[December 1763]

Cash
[Dec.]  To Cash of Mr Chs Washington to pay for a Gun £ 5. 5. 0
Contra
Decr 2— By Jno. Prescot for Shoemaking 3. 5. 0
By Mrs Brasenton laying 2 Women 1. 0. 0
8— By Josias Cooke 7. 0. 0
By Negroe Doctr 10/—Cash for Cards £5 5.10. 0
19— By a Beggar 5/—By Michl Grater Beef 43/ 2. 8. 0
By Servants 20/—Exps. at Colchester 20/1 2. 0. 0
20— By Expences at the Ferry 5/—Do at Dumfries 28/10 1.13.10
By Servants 2/6—Whip thong 1/3 0. 3. 9
22— By my Mother 15. 0. 0   
24— By Servants 10/—By Mrs W——n £6 6.10. 0
By Ditto 5/ & 10/ 0.15. 0
31— By Cash Stolen & lost 149. 9. 5

AD, Ledger A description begins Manuscript Ledger Book 1, 1750-72, in George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. description ends , 172.

1After less than three weeks back at Mount Vernon, GW was leaving with his family for Fredericksburg, where he apparently remained until after Christmas, when he went to Williamsburg for the meeting of the assembly, 12–21 Jan. 1764.

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