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183101 Editorial Note The Commissioners’ letter or memorial to Vergennes of early January 1779 is highly significant....
183102 Committee of the Virginia Assembly 67. A Bill concerning Truces, Safe Conducts, Passports … 1779-06-18 For enforcing due regard to truces, letters of safe conduct, passports, and licenses, and fixing...
183103 Washington, George General Orders, 23 October 1775 1775-10-23 Col: David Brewer of the 9th Regt of Foot, tried at a General Court Martial, whereof Brigdr Genl...
183104 Washington, George [Diary entry: 31 January 1799] 1799-01-31 31. Clear Morning. Mer. at 33 and wind at No. Wt. Afterwards calm & remarkably pleasant.
183105 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 March 1790] 1790-03-13 Saturday 13th. Exercised about 11 Oclock with Mrs. Washington & the Children, in the Coach.
183106 Washington, George [Diary entry: 27 October 1785] 1785-10-27 Thursday 27th. Thermometer at 50 in the Morng. 56 at Noon and 58 at Night. A remarkably great...
183107 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 March 1772] 1772-03-06 6. Dined and Spent the Evening at the Treasurer’s.
183108 Washington, George General Orders, 8 January 1776 1776-01-08 It is exceedingly astonishing to the General, that he is yet without those Returns, which were...
183109 Editorial Note The network of spies and couriers that has come to be known as the Culper ring, on account of the...
183110 Adams, John Quincy 14th. 1785-05-14 At 5 in the morning I was in my Cabriolet, and never stopp’d anywhere untill I arrived at Rennes,...
183111 Madison, James The Federalist Number 14, [30 November] 1787 1787-11-30 We have seen the necessity of the union as our bulwark against foreign danger, as the conservator...
183112 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 July 1772] 1772-07-03 3. Rid to the Ferry Plantation Muddy hole & Doeg Run.
183113 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 June 1786] 1786-06-14 Wednesday 14th. Mercury at 68 in the Morning—74 at Noon and 76 at Night. After an early breakfast...
183114 Washington, George [Diary entry: 28 May 1769] 1769-05-28 28. Returnd home early in the Morning & went to Pohick Church returning to Dinner.
183115 Smith, Robert Enclosure: Robert Smith’s List of Batture-Related … 1810-06-06 List of Papers sent to M r Jefferson 6 th June 1810 —from the Dept of State. Three Letters from M...
183116 Washington, George [Diary entry: 7 March 1799] 1799-03-07 7. Morning—Mer. at 31, & a little cloudy with a light breeze from No. Wt. Clear & pleasant...
183117 Adams, John Quincy 4th. 1786-10-04 We had this morning a forensic given out, to be read next week, on the Question whether the...
183118 Jefferson, Thomas Passes for Poellnitz and Others, [25 August 1779] 1779-08-25 The bearer hereof Capt. Pelnitz , one of the aids de camp to Majr. Gen. Riedesel of the German...
183119 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 June 1788] 1788-06-22 Sunday 22d. Thermometer at 67 in the Morning—78 at Noon And 76 at Night. Clear all day with the...
183120 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 November 1799] 1799-11-04 4th. Morning clear—Wind (though but little of it) No. Wt. and Mer. 34. A very large & white...
183121 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 April 1770] 1770-04-15 15. At home all day. Mr. Grayson came here in the Afternoon. William Grayson had brought suit in...
183122 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 July 1766] 1766-07-23 23. Sowed Turneps in the flax patch at Home. Also sowed Do. at Muddy hole and ditto at Morris’s.
183123 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 November 1772] 1772-11-18 18. Very hard frost, but pleasant afterwards, with the Wind moderate, & more Southerly.
183124 Adams, John August 24. 1796. Wednesday. 1796-08-24 Billings, Bass and the Lothrops upon the Wall. The blacks going to pick Apples. I took Rhubarb...
183125 Destutt de Tracy, Antoine Louis Claude Contemporary Translation of Extracts from Destutt de … 1810-09-16 In the second book, we shall perceive, that all governments may be classed under two heads,...
183126 “Philo Camillus” Philo Camillus No. 4, [19 August 1795] 1795-08-19 For the Argus Camillus has stated several infractions of the Treaty of peace by us, besides that...
183127 Washington, George [Diary entry: 20 February 1772] 1772-02-20 20. Fresh Southerly Wind with some heavy Showers in the forenoon—Snow melting exceedg. fast...
183128 Washington, George General Orders, 17 January 1779 1779-01-17 At a Brigade General Court Martial held near Millstone January 9th 1779. whereof Major Grier was...
183129 Washington, George General Orders, 27 July 1776 1776-07-27 Complaints are made, that officers who are to attend the men upon Fatigue, and other duty, grow...
183130 Adams, John London July 8. Saturday. 1786-07-08 In one of my common Walks, along the Edgeware Road, there are fine Meadows, or Squares of grass...
183131 Washington, George [Diary entry: 9 May 1771] 1771-05-09 9. Dined at Mrs. Campbell’s and Spent the Evening at Southalls with the Treasurer &ca.
183132 Washington, George Proclamation, 10 May 1792 1792-05-10 In the name of the United States. To all to whom these Presents shall come. Whereas it hath been...
183133 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 January 1769] 1769-01-03 3. Came home again. Colo. Carlyle & Mr. Ramsay returnd with us. The visit may have been more than...
183134 Washington, George General Orders, 28 November 1782 1782-11-28 For the day tomorrow Lt Colo. Cochran Major Wait For duty tomorrow 1st Massachusetts regiment DLC...
183135 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 February 1799] 1799-02-21 21. Mer. at 30 in the Morning—very little wind & that Easterly. Heavy & misting all day. Mer. 30...
183136 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 April 1790] 1790-04-03 Saturday 3d. Exercised in the Coach with Mrs. Washington and the Children. Gave notice to the...
183137 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 November 1785] 1785-11-17 Thursday 17th. Thermometer at 58 in the Morning—60 at Noon and 62 at Night. Colo. Lee & all the...
183138 Adams, John Tuesday. December 3 or 4 [i.e. 5?]. 1758-12-05 Bob Paine is conceited and pretends to more Knowledge and Genius than he has. I have heard him...
183139 Washington, George [Diary entry: 11 January 1775] 1775-01-11 11. Again at home and alone.
183140 Adams, John 1782 Decr. 20. Fryday. 1782-12-20 Dined with Mr. Laurens.
183141 Washington, George [Diary entry: 28 June 1787] 1787-06-28 Thursday—28th. Dined at Mr. Morris’s in a large Compy. Drank Tea there & spent the Evening in my...
183142 Adams, John Quincy 11th. 1785-06-11 This day being Captain Fournier’s, jour de fête, he gave us an excellent entertainment on board:...
183143 Washington, George I., 19 July 1754 1754-07-19 The third of this Instant July, about 9 o’Clock, we received Intelligence that the French, having...
183144 Editorial Note In the bitter verbal battling which rumbled beneath the physical violence of the...
183145 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 May 1769] 1769-05-18 18. Very Warm. Wind Southwardly. Fast & flying Clouds.
183146 La Luzerne VI. Arrêt Concerning Whale Oil, 7 December 1788 1788-12-07 Arrêt du Conseil d’Etat du Roi, Qui excepte de la prohibition portée par l’arrêt du 38 Septembre...
183147 Hamilton, Alexander Candidates for Army Appointments from Connecticut … 1798-11-01 Connecticut Captains 1 Austin Nichols Fairfield County Writes ill Wm. Edmond good constitution...
183148 Washington, George [Diary entry: 29 March 1775] 1775-03-29 29. Severe Frost. White & Black. Fruit distroyd.
183149 Washington, George [Diary entry: 26 January 1771] 1771-01-26 26. Clear and a little Cool in the Morning. Ground frozen and wind (tho not much of it) Northwardly.
183150 Washington, George General Orders, 7 November 1777 1777-11-07 The independent Company commanded by Captn Weaver is to be annexed to, and do duty with the 10th...