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Account of John Grymes, 1736 Sept. 29.

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1736 The Honorable John Grimes Esq. D Sept 25 26 27 28 29 } To 23 Bottles of Clarett _____@ 4/ 4:12:0 To 26 Bottles of Madera Wine_____@2s/ 2:12:0 To 36 Bottles of Strong Beer _____@1/3 2:5:0 To 10 Dishes Victualls _____@ 4/ 2:0:0 To 8 Dishes Do _____ @4/ 1:12:0 To -6 Dishes Do _____@ 4/1:4:0 To -6 breakfasts Gentlemen _____@ 1/ 0:6:0 To - 11 breakfasts Do _____@1/ 0:11:0 To - 10 breakfasts Do_____ @1/ 0:10:0 To - 3 breakfasts Surveyours _____@ 1/0:3:0 To - 8 breakfasts the Woodsmen _____@1/ 0:8:0 To - 5 Breakfasts Do _____ @ 1/ 0:5:0 To 34 Breakfasts your Servants _____@ 7d1/2 1:1:3 To 34 Lodgings ______@6 - 0:17:0 To Stableage 19 Horses Saturday Night _____@7d1/2 0:11:10 1/2 To Do _____36 Do ____Sunday night ____ @ 7d1/2 1:2:6 To Do _____36 Do Monday Night _____@7d1/2 1:2:6 To Do _____ 19 Do Tuesday Night _____@ 7d1/2 0:11:10 1/2 To punch Gentlemen _____ 0:9:9 To Tea Gentlemen _____ 0:2:6 To Sunday Liquors Woodmen and Surveyours _____ 0:11:6 To: Liquor Esqr. Fairfaxs. man _____ 0:5:9 To Liquor ye Surveyours _____ 0:0:9 To 7 breakfasts Servants _____@ 7d1/2 0:4:4 1/2

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                                                   £23:14:7 1/2

To 6 barrels & 1 bushl Corn at 10/ pr barrl. _____ 3-2-0

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                                                   £26.16.7 1/2

N B - your horses have had 6 Barrells 1 bushell of Corn which your honour may Charge as you please } 13.8.3 3/4 F38 5