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31[Diary entry: 14 February 1760] (Washington Papers)
14. Ditto Ditto Do. Do. but cloudy.
32[Diary entry: 10 April 1748] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 10th. We took our farewell of the Branch & travelld over Hills and Mountains to 1 Coddys...
33[Diary entry: 28 August 1773] (Washington Papers)
28. Warm again, with very little Wind and that Southerly.
34[Diary entry: 25 December 1773] (Washington Papers)
25. Raining more or less all day with the Wind fresh from the Southward. Snow intirely dissolv’d.
35[Diary entry: 19 January 1772] (Washington Papers)
19. At home all day. In the Afternoon Majr. Wagener and Mr. John Barnes with Doctr. Craik came...
36[Diary entry: 8 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Dined at Colo. Lewis’s. GW apparently clubbed at Weedon’s again this evening and played cards,...
To answer your Honour’s Letter of the 25th by Mr Birney —I shall begin with assuring you, that...
38[Diary entry: 1 October 1768] (Washington Papers)
Octr. 1. Clear and pleasant. Still forenoon but brisk Southwestwardly Wind afterwds.
I was pleased to hear of your alertness in marching to Pattersons Creek upon the last alarm; and...
40[Diary entry: 3 February 1773] (Washington Papers)
3. Ground very hard froze which thawd but little being Cloudy & like for falling weather all...
Ensign Crawford has referred a dispute to me concerning his rank in the Army. I must determine in...
42[Diary entry: 28 February 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Clear and pleasant with but little Wind & that Southwardly.
43[Diary entry: 25 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
25. Dined at the Palace & attended a Committee of the Association at Hayes. Spent the Eveng....
44[Diary entry: 4 March 1760] (Washington Papers)
4. High Westerly Wind—clear & cool.
45Cash Accounts, August 1759 (Washington Papers)
Cash Augt 9— To Cash of Sampson Darrel for the Rent of Mrs Gists Pl[antatio]n £6. 1.8 10— To...
Decr. 1st. Clear and pleasant, with but little Wind and that Southerly. 2. Cool & frosty in the...
Several of your favours now lye before me, but the last of Novr 9th I shall particularly take...
48[Diary entry: 18 September 1773] (Washington Papers)
18. Went to a Barbicue of my own giving at Accotinck. Mr. Robt. Alexander & his Bror. George came...
I intended to have had a little further conversation with you on the subject of the Florida...
50[Diary entry: 9 January 1772] (Washington Papers)
9. Very pleasant Mild Morning, & Clear day. Abt. Noon the Wind blew pretty fresh from the...
51[Diary entry: 6 May 1772] (Washington Papers)
6. Rid to the Mill, Doeg Run, and Ferry before Dinner. In the Afternoon Doctr. Rumney and Mr....
Cards—& other Play Dr 1772 Feby 28— To Cash lost at Fredericksburg 2. 3.6 Mar. 2— To Ditto lost...
Letter not found: to Robert Adam, c.13 Jan. 1774. On c.13 Jan. 1774 Adam wrote to GW : “I am...
54[Diary entry: 15 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
15. A Lowery cloudy Morning but clear afternoon & tolerably warm.
55[Diary entry: 23 January 1772] (Washington Papers)
23. Went up to George Town to convey Deeds to Messrs. Montgomerie Stewart & Wilson for the...
56[Diary entry: 12 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
12. Rid to Belvoir after Dinner to see Sir Thos. Adams who was sick there. Adams’s frigate, the...
57[Diary entry: 8 September 1773] (Washington Papers)
8. Clear, calm, and warm.
58[Diary entry: 26 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. At Home all day alone.
I shall draw upon you in a few days to the Amount of about £150 in two Setts of Exchange: the one...
60[Diary entry: 22 September 1773] (Washington Papers)
22. My Brother and my self rid to my Mill & returnd to Dinner.
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.