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I have received your two favours of the 29th and 30th with their inclosures. All the intelligence...
9302[Diary entry: 16 October 1795] (Washington Papers)
16. Clear & Cool—Wind at No. Wt.
9303[Diary entry: 25 April 1771] (Washington Papers)
25. Began Ditto at Doeg Run. The Herring began to run in large Shoals—but were checkd again by...
I received your official Letter of the 8th Instant, advising that your relinquishment of the...
9305[June 1770] (Washington Papers)
June 1st. Dined at the Club at Mrs. Campbells (Williamsburg) and attended a Meeting of the...
9306[Diary entry: 17 February 1785] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 17th. Mercury at 39 in the Morng.—46 at Noon and 49, at Night. Wind at No. West all day...
If you think that Lieut. Colo. Wuybert can be spared from your Post I have no objection to your...
I cannot but think it essential that Congress should be informed of the disposition and conduct...
9309Cash Accounts, September 1767 (Washington Papers)
Cash Septr 5— To Cash of Vale Crawford Maryld Cy 20/ £  0.16. 0 7— To Do of Colo. Fairfax at...
I thank you for your favor of the 16th of June by the Marquis de la Fayette, who arrived here...
Preakness [ New Jersey ] October 13, 1780 . Acknowledges receipt of Rendon’s letters. Wishes...
9312[Diary entry: 14 October 1785] (Washington Papers)
Friday 14th. Thermometer at 62 in the Morning—65 at Noon and 66 at Night. Lowering most of the...
9313[Diary entry: 28 October 1770] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 28th. Left our Incampment about 7 Oclock. Two Miles below, a sml. run comes in on the East...
9314General Orders, 10 September 1779 (Washington Papers)
A board of Field Officers composed of the following Gentlemen— Colonels Bailey. Johnston Gunby—...
At eight ’oclock A.M. tomorrow, I set out for Mr Powells farm, to see the operation of Colo....
9316[Diary entry: 18 February 1769] (Washington Papers)
18. Again Calm clear warm, & pleasant being hazy.
Your letter of the 11 th came to my hands yesterday. Two causes, indeed three, prevented my...
I inclose to you Copies of a Report of the Engineer Maj. Villefranche & a Representation of Maj....
9319[Diary entry: 1 June 1786] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 1st. Thermometer at 68 in the Morning—72 at Noon and 70 at Night. Misting in the Morning...
9320[Diary entry: 15 May 1769] (Washington Papers)
15. Returnd to Williamsburg by nine oclock in the Morng. after Breakfasting in York Town. Dined...
I reced your favor of Yesterday with the News paper inclosed. The very high Wind this morning has...
9322General Orders, 7 July 1776 (Washington Papers)
A working party of one hundred and fifty men properly officered to go to Kingsbridge to morrow,...
9323[Diary entry: 26 March 1775] (Washington Papers)
26. Stay’d at Wilton all day.
9324[Diary entry: 23 January 1771] (Washington Papers)
23. Waited at Colchester till 2 Oclock for Colo. Mason. Dined at Courts’s & went to Dumfries...
9325[Diary entry: 18 December 1771] (Washington Papers)
18. Very white frost. Calm & lowering.
9326[Diary entry: 21 July 1769] (Washington Papers)
21. Began to Sow Wheat at Muddy hole Plantation.
The Writer of the inclosed letter, in person & character, is entirely unknown to me. I have been...
9328[Diary entry: 19 August 1772] (Washington Papers)
19. Finishd that also and Sowd 14 Bushls. of Wheat in it. Finishd the third Cut with wheat at...
9329[Diary entry: 2 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Rid to see Mr. Humphrey Peake who lay ill. Returnd to Dinner.
9330[Diary entry: 31 January 1785] (Washington Papers)
Monday 31st. Mercury at 22 in the Morning 28 at Noon & 29 at Night. Wind at No. Wt. & pretty...