|Feby 1st—||By Nicholas Whitehorn||£ 0. 5.0|
|8—||By Saml Brasington 31 Barrls of Corn 6 head of Cattle &ca pr Acct1||18.10.0|
|13—||By Mr [Charles] Greens Servants||0.10.0|
|15—||By Colo. [George William] Fairfax’s Ditto||2. 0.0|
|18—||By Saml Johnson Junr for Balle of Acc⟨t⟩||6.10.0|
|19—||By Messrs Green & Rind (pd Mr Jno. Muir) for the Maryland Gazette &ca2||2.19.4|
|21—||By Nelson Kelly 25/—By 5/||1.10.0|
|26—||By Jno. Carney||0.12.6|
|By Edwd Williams||1.10.0|
|By Expences of a horse at Occoquan||0. 7.6|
|27—||By Jno. Sheridine for a horse||8. 0.0|
AD, Ledger A, description begins Manuscript Ledger Book 1, 1750-72, in George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. description ends 203.
1. Nicholas Whitehorn was a cooper living in Fairfax County. In balancing the account by this payment, GW noted in the ledger charges against himself for leather “Breeches for Breechy” and “Coachman Jack” and for Mrs. Brasenton’s “laying a Negro Peg.” The charges entered against Samuel Brasenton were mostly for work done by GW’s smith (Ledger A description begins Manuscript Ledger Book 1, 1750-72, in George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. description ends , 158).
2. Jonas Green established the Maryland Gazette in Annapolis in 1745 and William Rind became his partner in 1758. In 1766 Rind established his Virginia Gazette in Williamsburg. See Brigham, American Newspapers description begins Clarence S. Brigham. History and Bibliography of American Newspapers, 1690–1820. 2 vols. Worcester, Mass., 1947. description ends , 1:219, 2:1161.