Ledger of John Blair who was an iron founder and merchant in Grayson County, Va.
Letter, 1782 March 8, from Carter Braxton to Messrs. Wadsworth & Carter, Williamsburg, Va. Reports that he is sending corn.
Ledgers, 1793-1799, of James Campbell, merchant, of Lexington, Va. One volume (MsV Ame12) includes accounts with members of the Watt family which were paid for by weaving. There are also loose receipts and legal documents in the third volume (MsV Ame13).
Account book, 1758-1773, of John Peyton, and of the firm of Peyton and Adcock, probably a Virginia firm. Includes record, 1810, of birth of first child of John Peyton.
Indenture between William Perkins, Thomas Buchanan and William Brown, London Merchants and Henry Holland, Halfmoon Street Piccadilly, builder and William Powell and Cordall Powell Ironmongers of Picaddilly in relation to the disposal of the lands, effects and tobacco shipments of the estate in Virginia of John Morton Jordan. July 1, 1773.
Ledger, 1770-1800, of Matthew Wills, merchant, of Warwick County, Va., later used as an account book, 1813-1823, of [his son ?] Matthew Wills, keeper of [Swan Tavern] Yorktown, Va.
Account book, 1799, of merchant Elias Edmonds, Jr. of Kilmarnock, Virginia.
Previously described an account book of unknown merchant of Lancaster Court House, Virginia.
Journal, 1750-1751, of a merchant in King and Queen County, Va., probably Ninian Boog. Cover is marked "Journal to Ledger B."
Ledger, 1748-1750, of a merchant in King and Queen County, Va., probably Ninian Boog, which includes a list of household expenses. Cover is marked "Ledger A"
Ninian Boog Ledgers is available on microfilm in Swem Library’s microforms area, call number F232 .K4 B6 2004
Ledger B of Ninian Boog, merchant, of King and Queen County, Virginia.
Pleasants' account book kept in Henrico County, Va. covers the years, 1771-1778, and concerns the export and shipping of tobacco and other crops. It includes the religious diary, 1821-1824, of Mary W. (Pleasants) Mosby. 157 p. : bound volume ; 25 cm.
Ledger of the firm of Read and Johnston, Staunton, Va. The two partners in the firm were Matthew Read and Hugh Johnston.
Journal (account book) of Matthew Read, merchant of Staunton, Va.
Letters, 1790-1791, received by James Reid of Huie, Reid & Co., merchants of Dumfries, Prince William County, Va. Many deal with the tobacco trade and prices.
Account book of an unknown merchant, probably from Sussex County, Virginia. Some accounts include people from Isle of Wight County, Virginia and Surry County, Virginia.
Typescript, 1771-1783 and 1796, of letter copybook I and II of William Reynolds [merchant ?] of Yorktown, Virginia.