Contains 87 Results:
1782-1789 (16 pp)
14 silver buttons at £ 4.5.1. [Waddell was the son of Wm. Waddell of Williamsburg, a jeweller and son-in-law of James Geddy II]
Counting room, lumber house, painting, etc.
Complaints of quality of tobacco shipped to him from South Quay, Pitch Landing and Petersburg, gives problems of trading and selling to Dutch, Danish and English - gives prices current of rum, sugar, coffee, humth, hoops, salt tow, etc. Letter gives details of economy in West Indies.