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61[Diary entry: 8 March 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Went to Belvoir with Mr. Magowan, dined and Returnd in the afternoon.
62[Diary entry: 25 March 1766] (Washington Papers)
25. Hard frost—afterwards warm & hazy. Wind Southwardly. Sowed Hemp at Muddy hole to the third...
63[Diary entry: 5 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Richard Talbot, one of Mr. Balls hands was absent from work. John Harvey was also absent from...
64[Diary entry: 13 January 1772] (Washington Papers)
13. Cloudy forenoon but, tolerably Clear afterwards without any frost. Wind Westwardly but...
65[Diary entry: 2 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Again very warm with a brisk westwardly breeze.
66[Diary entry: 10 May 1772] (Washington Papers)
10th. Went to Pohick Church & returnd home to Dinner. Mr. Campbell Dined here.
67[Diary entry: 28 July 1772] (Washington Papers)
28. Clear, Calm, and exceeding Hot.
68[Diary entry: 17 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
17. Very pleasant Morning, but Cloudy & blustering afterwards.
To Brigadier-General Stanwix Dear Sir, Ft L[oudoun] April 10th 1758. Pe[r]mit me, at the same...
70[Diary entry: 25 October 1772] (Washington Papers)
25. Assisting Crawford with his Surveys. William Crawford had returned from the Ohio country with...
You are, out of the public money in your hands, to pay off all the Troops of the Virginia...
72[Diary entry: 12 September 1773] (Washington Papers)
12. Very Warm without any Wind all day.
73Cash Accounts, June 1768 (Washington Papers)
Cash June 1— To Ditto [cash] of Henry Taylor £ 0. 2.6 To Weaving of Jno. Elliot 15 yds cotton...
I wrote you by Colo. Stephen, since which I have been favourd with your kind and agreable Letter...
75[Diary entry: 8 January 1772] (Washington Papers)
8th. Engaged to advance by, or at the April General Court for the use of Mr. Bryan Fairfax £150,...
76Orderly Book, 10 November 1758 (Washington Papers)
Loyall Hannon Friday Novr 10th 1758 Parole King George Field Officer for to morrow Majr Peachy....
77[Diary entry: 28 January 1769] (Washington Papers)
28. Clear & cool forenoon. Wind at No. West. Cloudy & threatning afternoon.
78[Diary entry: 30 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. Mr. & Mrs. Cockburn went away. My Miller & his wife and Mr. Ball dind here. GW’s miller was...
I received yours by Express—and concur in sentiments with the officers of your council: Save that...
80[Diary entry: 25 April 1769] (Washington Papers)
25. At home all day alone. The above two Gentlemen went away yesterday afternn.
I laid your letter of the 26th Ulto (to me) before the Officers who met at Fredericksburg the...
82[Diary entry: 12 March 1770] (Washington Papers)
12. Rid to Muddy hole Doeg Run and the Mill.
83[Diary entry: 15 October 1772] (Washington Papers)
15. Clear, Calm & pleasant with but little Wind.
84Observations [May 1768] (Washington Papers)
May 2d. My Carpenters & House People went to Planting Corn at Doeg Run after they had finishd...
85[Diary entry: 27 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Clear and warm with but little Wind—that Northwardly.
86[Diary entry: 22 October 1770] (Washington Papers)
22. Reachd the Mingo Town abt. 29 Miles by my Computation. Mingo Town (now Mingo Junction, Ohio)...
87[Diary entry: 21 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
21. Lowering Morning with a little Rain—but clear afterwards & windy.
To The Honble Thomas Gage Dear Sir, Ft Loudoun, 12th Aprl 1758. With a great deal of sincerity I...
89[Diary entry: 15 April 1769] (Washington Papers)
15. Clear & pleasant Morning but raining afternoon. Clear & cool Evening. Wind at No. West.
Majr Lewis being at Winchester when your Letter came to hand was immediately dispatchd to Augusta...