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183151 Washington, George General Orders, 9 October 1775 1775-10-09 If any Negroe is found straggling after Taptoo beating about the Camp, or about any of the roads...
183152 Jefferson, Thomas Notes on Newspaper Articles, 21 February 1798 1798-02-21 1797. Nov. 30. good cautions to prevent fire . Adams & Larkin’s paper of this date. Dec. 1....
183153 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 August 1769] 1769-08-15 15. Had my Horses brought in to carry Colo. Loyd as far as Hedges on his return home & rid with...
183154 Coxe, Tench Enclosure: Remarks on the Consular return, 23 April … 1791-04-23 1. The “denomination of Vessel” would be an useful, and not a difficult column. It ought of...
183155 Franklin, Benjamin Table of Revised Postal Rates, [1764] 1764-01-01 Draft: American Philosophical Society On Sept. 21, 1764, Franklin and Foxcroft recommended that...
183156 Adams, John Auteuil October 7. 1783. Tuesday. 1783-10-07 I am now lodged in Mr. Barclays House, which he hires of the Comte de Rouault . There is a large...
183157 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 July 1788] 1788-07-12 Saturday 12th. Thermometer at 78 in the Morning—86 at Noon And 85 at Night. Morning calm &...
183158 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 August 1766] 1766-08-06 6. Began to Sow Do. at Muddy hole. Finished Sowg. Do. in clovr. patch at the Mill—9 Bushels.
183159 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 November 1769] 1769-11-12 12. Stayd at Eltham all day.
183160 Washington, George [November 1770 (2)] 1770-11-01 1. Went up the Great Kanhawa abt. 10 Miles with the People that were with me. 2. Hunting the most...
183161 Madison, James Power of Congress to Regulate Commerce, [29 August] … 1787-08-29 Charles Pinckney moved to require the approval of two-thirds of each house to pass an act...
183162 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 December 1772] 1772-12-08 8. Rid over Muddy hole, Doeg Run, & Mill Plantations before Dinner. In the Eveng. my Brothrs....
183163 Committee of the Virginia Assembly 71. A Bill for the Suppression and Punishment of Riots … 1779-06-18 Be it enacted by the General Assembly, that if any riot, assembly or rout of people against the...
183164 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 July 1770] 1770-07-02 2. Went into my Wheat field before diner. Mr. Davis a Midshipman dined here.
183165 Jefferson, Thomas Thomas Jefferson: Memo. re Cardelli’s Busts of Madison … 1821-12-01 The only merit of Cardelli’s busts of Madison & Monroe is a strikingly faithful resemblance. The...
183166 Washington, George Certificate for James Rumsey, 7 September 1784 1784-09-07 I have seen the model of Mr Rumsey’s Boats constructed to work against stream; have examined the...
183167 Board of Visitors of the Central College Minutes of the Board of Visitors of the Central … 1817-10-07 At a meeting of the Visitors &c. held at Charlottesville 7. Oct: 1817. On information of the...
183168 Hammond, George Conversation with George Hammond, [2–10 August 1793] 1793-08-02 The executive government, though it will feel itself strengthened by, had not waited for, this...
183169 Washington, George [Diary entry: 31 October 1785] 1785-10-31 Monday 31st. Thermometer at 52 in the Morng. 54 at Noon and 56 at Night. A raw and moist air,...
183170 Washington, George General Orders, 15 May 1778 1778-05-15 General McIntosh being appointed to a separate Command and requiring a little time to prepare for...
183171 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 March 1772] 1772-03-10 10. Dined and Spent the Evening at the Palace.
183172 Adams, John Quincy Friday 7th. 1780-01-07 This morning we set away from Manzilla with good weather and roads but very cold. We stopt and...
183173 Franklin, Benjamin Loose Thoughts on a Universal Fluid, [25 June 1784] 1784-06-25 AD (draft): Library of Congress; copies: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, American...
183174 Adams, John Quincy 15th. 1788-01-15 After passing the day as usual at the office, Townsend, came spent the evening and supp’d with...
183175 Washington, George [Diary entry: 11 March 1799] 1799-03-11 11. Mer. at 32 in the Morning and Wind at No. Wt. Afterwards So. Et. & very lowering. Mer. 34 at...
183176 Washington, George [Diary entry: 7 December 1785] 1785-12-07 Wednesday 7th. Thermometer at 52 in the Morning & 59 at Noon—but removing it afterwards out of...
183177 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 January 1775] 1775-01-01 Jan. 1. Calm, clear, warm, & exceeding pleasant.
183178 Washington, George General Orders, 26 May 1783 1783-05-26 For the day tomorrow Brigr Genl Patterson B. Qr Mr from the 1st Massa. B. The Jersey regiment...
183179 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 July 1787] 1787-07-18 Wednesday 18th. Dined at Mr. Milligan’s and drank Tea at Mrs. Meridiths.
183180 Pinkney, N. Extract of a Letter from James Wilkinson, 9 January … 1807-01-09 “Having discovered that judge Workman had been promoting some enterprise of moment, I put in...
183181 Jefferson, Thomas Memorandum of Advice for the President, 12 March 1792 1792-03-12 Verbal answer proposed to the President to be made to the Committee who are to wait on him with...
183182 Virginia Delegates Motion of Virginia Delegates on Western Lands, [14 … 1781-11-14 Printed text ( JCC Worthington Chauncey Ford et al ., eds., Journals of the Continental Congress,...
183183 Jefferson, Thomas Memo on Wines, Food, Other Items Shipped to Monticello … 1806-03-10 Sent to Monticello. Mar. 10. 06. No. 1. 2. two pipes Marsalla 3. 4. two Qr. casks Bucellas &...
183184 Adams, John 1778 Oct. 8. Thursday 1778-10-08 Captain Richard Grinnell was taken and carried into Guernsey by the Speedwell Cutter Captain...
183185 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 November 1772] 1772-11-22 22. Cloudy, with Rain more or less all day.
183186 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 May 1762] 1762-05-04 4. Finished Planting Corn at all Places.
183187 Washington, George [Diary entry: 29 August 1799] 1799-08-29 29. Morning very lowering with a brisk Southerly wind, Mer. 70 & at Night 76. A good deal of rain...
183188 Washington, George [Diary entry: 26 June 1795] 1795-06-26 26. Do. No. Wt. Clear & cooler all day.
183189 Hammond, George Conversation with George Hammond, [23 December 1794–5 … 1794-12-23 Although I have had no reason to suspect, that this government has ever deviated from the...
183190 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 February 1771] 1771-02-16 16. Still at Colchester upon the same business and in the same Company till 8 Oclock at Night.
183191 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 August 1769] 1769-08-05 5. Warm morning & hot day with a thunder shower—to the Westward.
183192 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 August 1788] 1788-08-02 Saturday 2d. Thermometer at 68 in the Morning 77 at Noon and 73 at Night. Wind Southerly all day...
183193 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 May 1771] 1771-05-13 13. Rid to the Brick House with Colo. Bassett and returnd to Dinner.
183194 Jefferson, Thomas Notes on Conversations with John Beckley and George … 1793-06-07 June. 7. 93. Mr. Beckley, who is returned from N. York within a few days, tells me that while he...
183195 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 November 1769] 1769-11-02 2. Misty & Raining all day. Wind Eastwardly tho but little of it.
183196 Washington, George [Diary entry: 24 March 1785] 1785-03-24 Thursday 24th. Mercury at 40 in the Morning—45 at Noon and 45 at Night. Wind Southerly. The Sun,...
183197 Washington, George Memorandum, 17 June 1757 1757-06-17 Colo. Stanwix Send Colo. Carlyle’s Letter to him. Inform him that the Enemy have Mortar’s—by the...
183198 Jefferson, Thomas Memorandum from Thomas Jefferson, [March] 1809 1809-03-01 Memoranda for the President Information having been recieved in October last that many intruders...
183199 Washington, George [June 1787] 1787-06-01 Friday 1st. June. Attending in Convention and nothing being suffered to transpire no minutes of...
183200 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 November 1785] 1785-11-21 Monday 21st. Thermometer at 48 in the Morning— at Noon and at N. Lowering morning, with the wind...