Stuart, David, 1753-1814
- Existence: 1753-1814
- Existence: 1753 - 1814
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
A.L.S. 1 page. Note asking Mr. Beverley to send $26.4 by the bearer. Robert Beverly was executor of William A. Washington's estate. Autograph letter signed, quarter sheet.
A.L.S. 2 pages. Includes account of fees against Stuart at the end of the letter with entries from 1806 to 1810. Addressed to "Doctor David Stuart, Ossian Hall, Fairfax County." Docketed "Genl. Minor acct."
A.L.S. 1 page. Previously sent remittance of a balance owed back to him. Discusses a Superior Court suit of Mr. Washington. Addressed to "Doctr. David Stuart, Ossian Hall, near Alexandria." Docketed "Genl. Minor" with date.
Three page letter written from Mount Vernon that shows Washington’s frustration with his adopted grandson.
Consents to agreement with Mr. Alexander in order to avoid a legal decision -- forwarded it to Lund Washington -- question of assumption not taken up yet -- it has been fully discussed and majority will be small on whichever side wins -- will not send the original papers [pertaining to above agreement] to him in Williamsburg.
A.L.S. 3 pages. New Kent. Concerns a shipment of wheat ... no demand for wheat or corn ... cider here for Mrs. W-n; will send some to Norfolk at first opportunity ... Had to get a new cog wheel for the mill ... Richmond market full of meat of all kind; cattle and sheep still on my hands ... Autograph letter signed, integral cover.
A.D.S. 1 page. John Littlejohn, collector of the revenue for the 22nd collection district of Virginia, collects duty of $10.00 from David Stuart for and upon a four wheel carriage called a coachee which is owned by Stuart.
Receipt written by Dr. David Stuart for the receipt from Thomas Peter for five guineas, the leagcy left by Martha Washington to Eleanor Calvert Custis Stuart.