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References

From John Carlyle, 17 June 1754 [Colonial Series 1:145]+

To Richard Washington, 15 April 1757 [Colonial Series 4:133]

Memoranda, 6–10 July 1757 [Colonial Series 4:284]

From the Continental Navy Board, 10 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:190]

From Lund Washington, 24 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:699]

From William Gordon, 25 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:620]

From Brigadier General William Smallwood, 22 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:193]

To Major General John Sullivan, 22 February 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:247]+

From Tench Tilghman, 27 July 1784 [Confederation Series 2:12]+

From George William Fairfax, 23 August 1784 [Confederation Series 2:55]+

To Arthur Young, 1 November 1787 [Confederation Series 5:403]

To David Stuart, 2 December 1788 [Presidential Series 1:149]

From Solomon Bush, 4 October 1789 [Presidential Series 4:134]+

From George Augustine Washington, 14 December 1789 [Presidential Series 4:408]

Indenture with William Gray, 25 December 1789 [Presidential Series 4:440]

Farm Reports: Statement of Crops for 1789 [Presidential Series 4:461]

From George Augustine Washington, 16 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:91]

From Battaile Muse, 20 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:109]+

To Charles Carter of Ludlow, 14 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:433]

Enclosure: Answers to Questions proposed by the President of the United States to the Secretary of the Treasury., 15 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:449]

From George Augustine Washington, 14 December 1790 [Presidential Series 7:78]

To the Masons of New Bern, North Carolina, 21 April 1791 [Presidential Series 8:126]+

From Thomas Jefferson, 24 April 1791 [Presidential Series 8:128]

To William Tilghman, 18 August 1791 [Presidential Series 8:439]+

To Charles Carroll (of Carrollton), 28 August 1791 [Presidential Series 8:462]

From Thomas Jefferson, 10 November 1791 [Presidential Series 9:169]+

From Thomas Johnson, 10 November 1791 [Presidential Series 9:174]

From David Stuart, 18 November 1791 [Presidential Series 9:198]

To Arthur Young, 18–21 June 1792 [Presidential Series 10:463]

To the Alexandria, Virginia, Inspectors of Tobacco, 21 October 1792 [Presidential Series 11:250]+

To Anthony Whitting, 18 November 1792 [Presidential Series 11:405]

From Arthur Young, 17 January 1793 [Presidential Series 12:25]

To Frances Bassett Washington, 24 February 1793 [Presidential Series 12:212]+

From William Augustine Washington, 20 March 1793 [letter not found] [Presidential Series 12:352]+

To Tobias Lear, 30 March 1793 [Presidential Series 12:394]+

To Anthony Whitting, 21 April 1793 [Presidential Series 12:464]

To John Fitzgerald, 28 April 1793 [Presidential Series 12:487]+

To Anthony Whitting, 28 April 1793 [Presidential Series 12:489]

From John Fitzgerald, 25 May 1793 [Presidential Series 12:628]+

From Veritas, 30 May 1793 [Presidential Series 12:649]+

To Robert Townsend Hooe, 10 March 1794 [Presidential Series 15:353]+

Enclosure: Memorandum on Land, 25 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:134]

From Edmund Randolph, 30 June 1794 [Presidential Series 16:302]+

From Robert Lewis, 13 February 1799 [Retirement Series 3:378]+

To John Moody, 4 March 1799 [Retirement Series 3:409]+

To William Thompson, 18 March 1799 [Retirement Series 3:426]+

To William B. Harrison, 16 May 1799 [Retirement Series 4:75]+

From Robert Lewis, 7 August 1799 [Retirement Series 4:229]+

Subentries

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– accounts [61 references]

– act regarding [1 reference]

– American exports of [4 references]

– amount made on Potomac [1 reference]

– amount of tobacco grown in different years [1 reference]

– and Custis estate [5 references]

– and Farmers General of France [1 reference]

– and Mount Vernon [6 references]

– and snuffboxes [1 reference]

– and snuff manufactories in Paris [1 reference]

– and water pipes [1 reference]

– appointment of inspectors [1 reference]

– as green manure [1 reference]

– as payment [16 references]

– as rent payments [2 references]

– as reward for capture of deserters [1 reference]

– as specie for taxes [3 references]

– at Mount Vernon [3 references]

– badly fired [1 reference]

– bills of lading for [8 references]

– bonded entry and paid entry of tobacco [1 reference]

– burned [1 reference]

– captured [4 references]

– captured by French [8 references]

– Cary allows GW an additional 1 percent interest [1 reference]

– certificates of tobacco shipped [3 references]

– complaints about freight paid on [2 references]

– conditions enhancing price of [5 references]

– consigned to Stewart & Campbell [1 reference]

– consignment of [1 reference]

– criticism of tobacco shipped [2 references]

– crop damaged [12 references]

– crop destroyed [3 references]

– crop replanted [2 references]

– cultivation of [5 references]

– damages to [25 references]

– difficulties in arranging shipping from a distance [1 reference]

– discounts for bonded payment [1 reference]

– duties on [5 references]

– efforts to improve tobacco [1 reference]

– export of [2 references]

– Fielding Lewis's brig carries tobacco [1 reference]

– for women [1 reference]

– freight and charges on [14 references]

– French duties on [1 reference]

– from Bullskin [10 references]

– from Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– George William Fairfax's [3 references]

– good crop [1 reference]

– GW buys [1 reference]

– GW collects insurance on [3 references]

– GW complains of interest charged [1 reference]

– GW complains others get better price for [1 reference]

– GW considers replacement by hemp as crop at Mount Vernon [2 references]

– GW determined to ship only best tobacco [1 reference]

– GW discontinues growth except on York River [1 reference]

– GW discontinues raising for consignment [1 reference]

– GW discontinues sending dower tobacco to Capel and Osgood Hanbury [1 reference]

– GW grows only enough to buy goods in England [2 references]

– GW purchases from tenants [2 references]

– GW's attempts to grow and ship superior tobacco [5 references]

– GW sells crops in Virginia [3 references]

– GW sends to Cary & Company [4 references]

– GW's instructions regarding [1 reference]

– GW's instructions regarding growing and packing of [1 reference]

– GW to discontinue tobacco on Potomac [1 reference]

– Hanbury gets increased quantity of [1 reference]

– Hanbury requests more tobacco [2 references]

– Hanbury's prices better than Cary's [2 references]

– Havana cigars for GW [1 reference]

– health effects of [1 reference]

– heavy rains affect quality [2 references]

– in New England [1 reference]

– inspection of [17 references]

– insurance on [53 references]

– in Virginia [3 references]

– James Hill ships tobacco to wrong company [4 references]

– last dower tobacco shipped to James Gildart [1 reference]

– list of tobacco raised by overseers [1 reference]

– list of weights and distribution on plantations on York River [1 reference]

– lofting and prizing [2 references]

– loss of [17 references]

– lost at sea [8 references]

– marks, or labels, on [7 references]

– militia carpenters paid in [1 reference]

– no insurance on [2 references]

– none grown at Mount Vernon [2 references]

– number of hogsheads shipped from each plantation [1 reference]

– oronoco tobacco planted by mistake [1 reference]

– owner pays for transportation, marketing, and insurance of [1 reference]

– payment of minister's salaries in [1 reference]

– payment of Secretary's note for [1 reference]

– planting [3 references]

– poor condition of [1 reference]

– prices of [48 references]

– production of [26 references]

– production of tobacco on Custis estates drops [1 reference]

– purchase of [9 references]

– purchase of overseers' tobacco [3 references]

– quality of [27 references]

– raised by overseers [1 reference]

– rents paid in [11 references]

– rent tobacco shipped [1 reference]

– replacement of as crop [8 references]

– reprizing of light hogsheads [1 reference]

– resolution that no tobacco be planted [2 references]

– sale of [9 references]

– sale of in Virginia [7 references]

– seized [1 reference]

– shares for overseers and servants [7 references]

– shipment of [46 references]

– shipped to Thomas Eden [1 reference]

– ships in tobacco trade [9 references]

– ship's manifests are accepted as proof of tobacco lost aboard ship [1 reference]

– short crop of [25 references]

– snuff tobacco brings higher price [1 reference]

– sold in the country [4 references]

– stemming [1 reference]

– storage of [3 references]

– sweet-scented tobacco more desirable [3 references]

– table of crop yields [1 reference]

– taxes and levies on [20 references]

– theft of [1 reference]

– to be bought for GW [1 reference]

– to be raised in Hampshire County [1 reference]

– trade in [1 reference]

– transfer tobacco [4 references]

– used as reward for taking up deserters [1 reference]

– used for payment of rent [2 references]

– used to pay for court attendance [1 reference]

– vessel chartered to carry tobacco [2 references]

– warehoused [3 references]

– ”warm tobacco” will lose weight [1 reference]

– weights of [3 references]

– worms in [2 references]

– yields of [2 references]

See Also

See also Agriculture

See also Custis, John Parke: his tobacco [matches multiple entries]

See also Custis estate: tobacco

See also Washington, George: and British merchants