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1921Orders, 21–22 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
A Regimental Court Martial to sit immediately for trial of John McMillian. An Order was lately...
192220 [i.e. 21] Fryday. (Adams Papers)
After School, rode to Shrewsbury, went to Capt. Hows, to see Dr. Flynt, spent an Hour, and then...
192321 [i.e. 22] Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Judge Chandlers.
My friend & Kinsman Capt. Wm Peachey informing me that he stood in need of a little more money...
192522 [i.e. 23] Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Heard Mr. Maccarty. He is particularly fond of the following Expressions. Carnal, ungodly...
The method I shall use to inform your Honour of the proceedings of the Militia, is to enclose a...
Letter not found: to Robert Dinwiddie, 23 May 1756. On 27 May 1756 Dinwiddie wrote to GW : “Your...
1928Orders, 23 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
All the Officers in town, except Ensign McCarty, are to set out for Fredericksburgh to-morrow...
Letter not found: from Robert Stewart, 23 May 1756. On 26 May 1756 GW wrote to Stewart : “I...
193023 [i.e. 24] Monday. (Adams Papers)
A pleasant morning. Drank Tea at the Colonells.—Had the projectile Force in the Planets been...
1931Orders, 24 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
LB , DLC:GW .
You are to proceed with the officers now in Town—except Ensign McCarty, with all possible...
1933Advertisement, 24 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
Advertisement. Whereas I have great reason to believe, the Dangers apprehended from the French...
1934Orders, 25–26 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
LB , DLC:GW .
193524 [i.e. 25] Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
A cool, but pleasant Day.
193625 [i.e. 26] Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Election Day. I have spent all this Day at Home reading a little and eating a little Election Cake.
I received yours of the 23d instant —and have directed the Commissary to send you by the first...
1938Evening Orders, 26 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
Evening Orders. As many Draughts are expected up for the Regiment immediately—the Commissary is...
193926 [i.e. 27] Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)
Drank Tea at the Colonels with a Number of Ladies. Spent the Evening partly at Putnams and partly...
Extract: Yale University Library I have the pleasure to tell thee how much thou art esteemed by...
1941Orders, 27 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
LB , DLC:GW .
Your two Letters of the 23d I recd last Night & note their Contents. I recd Your Journal relating...
1943Orders, 28–29 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
Twenty men are immediately to parade, to go on the Scout under command of Ensign McCarty. LB ,...
194427 [i.e. 28] Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Dined at the Majors. A pleasant Day.—If we examine critically the little Prospect that lies...
194528 [i.e. 29] Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Drank Tea at Mr. Putnams.—What is the proper Business of Mankind in this Life? We come into the...
You have no doubt heard of the Party of Volunters who went out under command of Colo. Cressop; He...
1947Orders, 30–31 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
LB , DLC:GW .
194829 [i.e. 30] Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Heard Mr. Maccarty. “You who are sinners, are in continual Danger of being swallowed up quick and...
194930 [i.e. 31] Monday. (Adams Papers)
When we see or feel any Body, we discern nothing but Bulk and Extention. We can change this...
I wrote you Saturday last, concerning Cressop’s Party, who has behavd very ill, and about the...