The Virginia Gazette

November 2, 1769. Number 963. Page 3, Column 3

THE subscriber having imported a large cargo of GOODS, has opened store with them in Fredericksburg, opposite to Mr. George Weedon's, where he proposes selling them on the most reasonable terms.

Those persons indebted to Mess. Robert and Robert Bogle and Scott, of London, are desired to take notice that I cannot wait on them so frequently as I have done hitherto, therefore request they will discharge their balances by the ensuing April General Court. Thos who fail must expect no further indulgences, my instructions not permitting it.