Manuscript/Mixed Material George Washington to Robert Cary & Company, April 3, 1761
of which I am well convincd cannot get Loaded at any rate. I am at a loss to conceive the Reason why Mr. Wormeleys, and indeed some other Gentlemen's Tobacco's shoud sell at 12d last year and mine by Boyce only fetch 11½, (and that I am certain of for no more than a part having Accts. of only 4 Hhds). Certain I am no Person in Virginia takes more pains to make their Tobo. fine than I do and tis hard then I shoud not be as well rewarded for it.
Yours of the 12th. Decr. covering H. Churchills protested Bill is come to hand so is your other of the 26th. pt. Coolage who is safe arrived. I am very much obligd to you for the Notice taken of my recommendation of Mr. Dandridges Affair, I hope the matter will be accomplishd without much Difficulty. I am Gentn. etc.
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- George Washington Papers, Series 5, Financial Papers: Copybook of Invoices and Letters, 1754-1766
- Contributor Names
- Washington, George, 1732-1799 (Author)
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- - United States
- - Manuscripts
- - Formerly "Account Book 1, 1755-1766"
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- series: Series 5, Financial Papers, 1750-1796
- MSS 44693: Reel 116
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