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7471[Diary entry: 3 May 1771] (Washington Papers)
3. Dined at the Speaker’s and went to the Play—after wch. Drank a Bowl or two of Punch at Mrs....
7472[Diary entry: 28 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
28. Stayed there all day at Colo. Lewis.
I have the pleasure to inform you, that a scouting party, consisting of 5 Soldiers, and 15...
7474[Diary entry: 12 May 1769] (Washington Papers)
12. Morning lowering & cool—with rain abt. one & 2 oclock. Clear again abt. 4 with a pleast....
7475Memorandum List of Quitrents, 1762 (Washington Papers)
A List of Lands for which I paid Quit-Rents due Michaelmas—1762 In King George County viz. 1250...
7476[Diary entry: 23 March 1775] (Washington Papers)
23. Cloudy & Chilly—with appearances of Snow—wind being Easterly but none fell. Afternn. clear.
7477[Diary entry: 20 January 1771] (Washington Papers)
20. Ground hard froze. Morning Cloudy & Cold tho the Wind was Southwardly. Afternn. clear & pleast.
7478[Diary entry: 9 October 1774] (Washington Papers)
9. Rather warm in the forenoon with appearances of Rain abt. 2 Oclock but none fell. However it...
7479[Diary entry: 2 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
2. At home all day. Messrs. Dulany & Tilghman came at Dinner time, & stayd all Night.
7480[Diary entry: 26 October 1769] (Washington Papers)
26. At home all day, Mr. Harrison went away in the Afternoon.
7481[Diary entry: 18 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
18. Clear & Cool. Wind Northwardly.
7482[Diary entry: 26 June 1774] (Washington Papers)
26. Went up to Church at Alexa. Returnd to Dinner.
7483[Diary entry: 5 March 1769] (Washington Papers)
5. Went up to Alexa. after fieldg. Lewis & brot. him down to Dinner where I found Mr. Wr....
7484[Diary entry: 8 October 1771] (Washington Papers)
8. Went a hunting in the Neck and Catchd a Dog fox. Then went to the Plantn. there & came home...
As I have no higher expectation in view gratification than an intimate Corrispondance with my...
7486[Diary entry: 27 May 1769] (Washington Papers)
27. Finishd breaking up my Corn Ground at the Mill.
7487[Diary entry: 10 February 1771] (Washington Papers)
10. At home all day. Mr. Val. Crawford came to Dinner.
I have so many places and people to defend; so great calls from every quarter for men, and so...
I have just received intelligence from Capt. Dagworthy and Major Livingston, that they were...
7490[Diary entry: 28 April 1771] (Washington Papers)
28. Dined at my Mother’s and lodgd at Colo. Lewis’s. Supped at my Brother Charles’s.
7491[Diary entry: 17 October 1769] (Washington Papers)
17. A very hard & killing frost last night. Ice ½ Inch thick this Morng. Wind at No. West in the...
The tender concern you shew to the distressed is sufficiently exemplifyed in the case of Mrs...
7493[Diary entry: 26 September 1765] (Washington Papers)
26. Began to get fodder at Doegs Run & River Plantn.—rather too dry.
7494[Diary entry: 25 July 1771] (Washington Papers)
25. Dined at Colo. Lewis’s & went to the Play. The American Company of Comedians had been...
I am apprehensive, that by some mistake or other, my Letter of the 24th Ulto and the Duplicate...
7496[Diary entry: 21 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
21. Began to cross gd. at Muddy hole & the Mill—having Run only a single furrow for a list.
7497[Diary entry: 31 July 1761] (Washington Papers)
Friday July 31st. Sowd Turnips—upon which fell a heavy Rain immediately—so that they were neither...
7498[Diary entry: 19 February 1774] (Washington Papers)
19. Pleasant and Warm in the Morning—after much Rain. Afternoon windy from the No. West but not...
7499[Diary entry: 5 July 1768] (Washington Papers)
5. Warm & Cloudy—with appearances of Rain. Wind Southwardly. The Afternoon, & Evening Cool.
7500[Diary entry: 16 June 1774] (Washington Papers)
16. Clear in the forenoon with a little Rain in the Afternoon.