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27701[Diary entry: 11 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
11. Cloudy & sometimes Misty in the Afternoon. The forenoon clear & wind at No. West but variable.
27702[Diary entry: 11 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
11. Eight hands were at work upon dry Mill Race today. GW had given up hiring ditchers and had...
27703[Diary entry: 10 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. Rid to the Mill. Mr. Christian & some of his scholars went away this afternoon. Mrs. W——n &...
27704[Diary entry: 10 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. Drizzling several times with the Wind westwardly but not so cool as yesterday.
27705[Diary entry: 10 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. Mr. Christian went away this afternoon. I rid to the Mill.
27706[Diary entry: 9 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Mr. Christian danced here—⟨who⟩ (besides his Scholars, and those already mentioned to be here)...
27707[Diary entry: 9 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Raining more or less all day with the wind fresh and variable.
27708[Diary entry: 9 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Dischargd Clevelands Waggon. Ball & his People Went about 12 Oclock to Framing the Mill Work.
27709[Diary entry: 8 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Went the same rounds again and promised the ditchers 18d. a Rod if they woud be brisk and...
27710[Diary entry: 8 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Very warm & clear in the forenoon with but little Wind—but a severe Gust of wind & Rain in the...
27711[Diary entry: 8 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Neither of the above Persons were at work on the Race today. But Abel Cellicoe and one of his...
27712[Diary entry: 7 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Rid to the Mill ditchers, &ca. before dinner & to the Mill afterwards.
27713[Diary entry: 7 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Cool in the Morning but Hot afterwards with appearances of Rain.
27714[Diary entry: 7 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Got the Battoe, & the two Boats round to the Mill with stone. William Crook nor Thoms....
27715[Diary entry: 6 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. At home all day. Colo. Robt. Fairfax Mrs. Fairfax Mrs. W. Washington & the two Miss Carlyles...
27716[Diary entry: 6 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. More moderate & pleasant in the forenoon—but cool & windy in the Evening—also Cloudy.
27717[Diary entry: 5 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Rid to the Mill Rights—Masons & Ditchers before dinner, & to Doeg Run Qr.
27718[Diary entry: 5 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Cloudy in the forenoon, & cool. Wind being at No. West—but clear and warm afterwards with but...
27719[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...
27720[Diary entry: 4 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Rid to the Masons & Ditchers before dinner.
27721[Diary entry: 4 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Very Cloudy, Misty & sometimes raining. Wind pretty fresh from the Northwest & cool.
27722[Diary entry: 4 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Began to flat Stone round—as also to carry wood round for burning Lyme. William Crook began to...
27723[Diary entry: 3 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. Went the above rounds before dinner—but did not go out afterwards.
27724[Diary entry: 3 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. Wind fresh and cool from the So. West—which shifted to the So. Et. and East, & began to Rain...
27725[Diary entry: 3 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. Thomas Emmerson set into ditchg. on my Mill Race on the same terms as above that is 1/3 pr....
27726[Diary entry: 2 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Mrs. Washington went to Belvoir & Mrs. Bushrod continued here. I rid to the Mill and...
27727[Diary entry: 2 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Calm and tolerably pleasant again altho the Morning was cool.
27728[Diary entry: 2 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. The Mason’s went to laying Stone in the walls of the water Pit (dry Stone). Mr. Flemings ship...
27729[Diary entry: 1 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
May 1st. Rid in the forenoon to where the Millwrights & Masons were at Work—also the Ditchers &...
27730[Diary entry: 1 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
May 1st. A hard frost which destroyd all the Peaches &ca. from the Water. Wind still at No. Wt. &...
27731[Diary entry: 1 May 1770] (Washington Papers)
May 1st. John Harvey went to Ditchg. on my Mill Race at 1/3 pr. Rod. Harvey settled 12 Aug. 1770...
27732[April 1770] (Washington Papers)
Apl. 1. Went to Pohick Church and returnd home to Dinner. 2. Rid to see Mr. Humphrey Peake who...
27733Acct. of the Weather in April [1770] (Washington Papers)
April 1. Raw & cold Wind at No. Et. with great appearances (sometimes of falling Weather—at other...
27734Cash Accounts, April 1770 (Washington Papers)
Cash Apl 12— To Willm Gardner weavg 13 Yds Cloth @ 1/3 £ 0.16. 3 13— To Andw Robinson for wheat...
27735[Diary entry: 30 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. The Doctr. stayed till after dinner and then returnd to Alexandria. I rid to the Mill & my...
27736[Diary entry: 30 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. Wind in the same place and very cold & hard. A smart frost this morning.
27737Remarks & Occurrances in Apl. [1770] (Washington Papers)
9th. Finished listing Ground for Corn at Muddy hole. The Hound Bitch Singer was lind by Jowler....
27738[Diary entry: 29 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. At home all day. Doctr. Rumney dined and lodged here & Mr. Matthw. Campbell lodged here.
27739[Diary entry: 29 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. High Wind from the Northwest all day, & cold.
27740[Diary entry: 29 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. Coxe Rice came to Work at the rate of 30/. pr. Month & Victuals found him. Reason Porter went...
27741[Diary entry: 28 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Rid to the Millwrights Mill, & to Mr. Peakes before dinner and to the fishery at Posey, & to...
27742[Diary entry: 28 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Morning Calm, clear and pleast. Afterwards cool & windy from the Northwest.
27743[Diary entry: 28 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Clevelands Waggon & Team began to Work for me at pr. day. Reason—one of Balls Men did no work...
27744[Diary entry: 27 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Went to Belvoir—dined and returnd afterwards.
27745[Diary entry: 27 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Wind pretty brisk & cool from the southward. Day cloudy and from abt. 4 Oclock in the...
27746[Diary entry: 27 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. As it Raind from abt. 3 or 4 Oclock in the Afternoon I presume work was stoped by the...
27747[Diary entry: 26 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. Rid my usual rounds before Dinner and the same after dinnr.
27748[Diary entry: 26 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. Something warmer than yesterday but rather cool still. Wind fresh from the Southeast & cloudy...
27749[Diary entry: 26 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. He began to work on my Mill Race at 1/3 pr. Rod & to find himself and Sciagusta a prisoner...
27750[Diary entry: 25 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
25. The Doctr. went away after breakfast and I rid the same round. Colo. Robt. Fairfax calld here...