Bills of sale
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
D. 1 page. Document, in hand of J[ohn] Herndon, fragment, laminated, docketed, charred by fire. Receipted by J. Herndon. Bill of 2 blankets, amounting to 16 shillings, to "Mrs. Washington." Unknown if Martha or Mary Washington.
A.D.S. 1 page. Bill for June 14, 1751-April 3, 1752 for medical care, including one entry "Jan 10  To a large box antiscorbutick Ointm. for Mr. George Washington." Also includes entries "a Visit to yr Negro wench," and "Drawing a tooth for yr Negro." Autograph document signed, laminated, docketed "Rect. Doctr. Sutherland April 27th 1752 1.6.9.," badly charred. Receipted on April 27, 1752 for Dr. Sutherland by [ ] Peyton.
Bill for freight charges on one butt of wine shipped on "Alexandria."
Bill. A.D.S. 3 pages. Addressed to James Anderson. Bill for mourning suits made for family and servants to wear when around the Mansion. Noted with monies received. Misnumbered on the top right corner as 'MS-2350,' corrected in the catalog book to MS-3050.
Bill of sale for female slave.
Sale of eleven mules, three sheep, eight oxen, one cow and calf, two heifers, three cows, one riding horse, a quantity of plank, scantling and barrel staves and all the plantation [ ] Farm called Dogue Run, standing property lately sold to Lewis, amounts to $1279.40; Lewis to pay yearly sum of $90 till her death then either return it or pay George Washington's executors the above amount.
D. 1 page, in hand of Gart. Tho[mpson], fragment, badly charred and mutilated, laminated, docketed, incomplete watermark (indistinguishable). Bill from John Kea[ ] to Mary Washington for [£2.5.0].
Bill for making coat and waistcoat, breeches, altering a coat and breeches, making another coat on a later date, and making a suit of regimentals.
Bill. For making suits with buttons for Mr. Lear, Mr. George Rawlins [sic] Mr. Sims and Mr. Wilson. Also for making a pair of breeches for Mr. Dowdal. Total charges came too £7.18.3.
List of items ordered for a ceremonial funeral for George Washington, Charles Pinckney, 1800 March 7-April 17
Items listed are black crepe, hat looping, material for making two palls, 6 dozen flints, 1 cask powder weighing 114 pounds as received from the arsenal. Total bill was $40.08.