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6931[Diary entry: 7 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
7. We returnd from Alexandria thro Snow.
6932[Diary entry: 7 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
7. Snowed all Night, and all this day without Intermission from the No. and No. East. Ground...
6933[Diary entry: 7 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
7. Carpenters finishd the Corn Ho. at Muddy hole. And went to trimmg. fish Barrls.
6934[Diary entry: 8 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
8. At home alone. Except with Price the Bricklayer who has been here since Tuesday. In 1767...
6935[Diary entry: 8 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
8. Clear and cold. Wind fresh from the No. West. Snow melting fast notwithstandg.
For disposing of ( by way of Lottery ) the several valuable tracts of land that are below...
6937[Diary entry: 9 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
9. Fox hunting with the two Triplets Mr. Peake & Mr. Manley. Started, but catchd nothing.
6938[Diary entry: 9 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
9. Clear & cool in the Morng. Wind at No. Wt. & ground hard froze. Still & Pleast. in the Aftern.
Letter not found: from George Mason, 9 April 1768. The letter is listed in the Henkels catalog...
6940[Diary entry: 10 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
10. At home alone.
6941[Diary entry: 10 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
10. White frost, & ground a little crusted over. Moderate but lowering. Wind at So. Et.
ADS (copy): American Philosophical Society In November, 1765, Georgia dismissed William Knox as...
6943[Diary entry: 11 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
11. Planting out Grape Vines according to M[e]m[orandum]. Mrs. Posey dined here and Mr. Alexander...
6944[Diary entry: 11 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
11. Clear—calm, and springing.
6945[Diary entry: 11 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
11. Planted out Grape Cuttings accordg. to Memm.
6946[Diary entry: 12 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
12. Payne and Alexander went away after Breakfast. And Miss Tracy Digges & her sister Betty came...
6947[Diary entry: 12 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
12. Clear—Warm & still till abt. three Oclock. Then fresh Wind from E.S.E.
6948[Diary entry: 12 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
12. Sewed remainder of Flax Ground at Home. Also sewed Flax Seed at Muddy hole. White fish began...
⟨ Mutilated ⟩ Refering to my last of the 16th July ⅌ the Oak Capt. McDaniel Since wch have not...
I return you Dr. Smollet, the Modern Travels, and the Funeral Elegy: with thanks for the lent of...
6951[Diary entry: 13 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
13. At home. The Miss Digges here. In the Afternoon Mr. Chichester came.
6952[Diary entry: 13 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
13. Clear and rather Cool. Wind fresh from S.W. to N.W.
6953[Diary entry: 14 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
14. Fox hunting with Mr. Chichester Captn. Posey Messrs. Triplet Peake & Adams. Startd but catchd...
6954[Diary entry: 14 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
14. Lowering day. In the Afternoon a little Rain—with the Wind at So. Et.
6955[Diary entry: 14 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
14. Sowed Flax at Doeg Run at the head of the Meadow. Began plowing at Doeg for Corn—that is to...
6956[Diary entry: 15 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
15. At home. Mr. Digges & his daughters went away after breakfast.
6957[Diary entry: 15 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
15. Now and then slow Rain. Very cloudy till abt. 4 Oclock when it cleard—but little Wind, and...
Transcript: Historical Society of Pennsylvania While I am writing, the letters by the March...
Extract: reprinted from William Temple Franklin, ed., Memoirs of the Life and Writings of...
ALS : Yale University Library The March Packet is just arrived, and has brought me your Favour of...