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1901 Hog, Peter Washington, George To George Washington from Peter Hog, 17 May 1756 1756-05-17 I forgott to Mention in mine of the 14th a Supply of money from the Comisy to pay for Corn, and...
1902 Adams, John 17 [i.e. 18] Tuesday. 1756-05-18 17 i.e. 18 Tuesday.
1903 Franklin, Benjamin Rise of the Late War, [18 May 1756] 1756-05-18 Ad: American Philosophical Society When and for what purpose Franklin prepared this brief...
1904 Washington, George Memorandum respecting the Militia, 18 May 1756 1756-05-18 May 18th last Night Mr Bullet the Officer who I had sent out returnd with 14 of the deserters who...
1905 Washington, George Orders, 18 May 1756 1756-05-18 A General court martial, to consist of four Captains and five Subalterns, to sit immediately for...
1906 Washington, George Court-Martial, 18 May 1756 1756-05-18 At a General Court Martial Held at Winchester, the 18th day of May, 1756. Captain Henry Woodward,...
1907 Washington, George After Orders, 18 May 1756 1756-05-18 After Orders. The General Court Martial, whereof Captain Woodward was President, is...
1908 Washington, George Evening Orders, 18 May 1756 1756-05-18 Evening Orders. The Officers who remain in town, if they have advanced any necessaries to the...
1909 Washington, George Boyd, Alexander From George Washington to Alexander Boyd, 18 May 1756 1756-05-18 You was informed of the insufficiency of your Accompts before the Committee and desired to make...
1910 Washington, George Stephen, Adam From George Washington to Adam Stephen, 18 May 1756 1756-05-18 When I wrote to you last, I expected to have been at Fort Cumberland ere this; but the...
1911 Adams, John 18 [i.e. 19] Wednesday. 1756-05-19 18 i.e. 19 Wednesday.
1912 Washington, George Memorandum respecting the Militia, 19 May 1756 1756-05-19 19 The Express returnd from Colo. Slaughter who also informd that his Men were dispersd but if...
1913 Washington, George Orders, 19 May 1756 1756-05-19 Ensign McCarty is ordered to make all the Soldiers now left in town, encamp; and to see that the...
1914 Washington, George Spotswood, Robert From George Washington to Robert Spotswood, 19 May 1756 1756-05-19 You are hereby ordered to proceed with the Detachment under your command, to Fort Cumberland; and...
1915 Stephen, Adam Washington, George To George Washington from Adam Stephen, 19 May 1756 1756-05-19 I reced yours of the twelveth—I am sorry that I did not receive yours from Quantico dated March...
1916 Adams, John 19 [i.e. 20] Thurdsday. 1756-05-20 Spent the Evening at Gardiners.
1917 Washington, George Memorandum respecting the Militia, 20 May 1756 1756-05-20 May 20th Abt 9 o’clock this Night an Express came to Me from Colo. Slaughter who informed Me that...
1918 Washington, George Orders, 20 May 1756 1756-05-20 A Regimental court martial to sit immediately for trial of Barnaby Cone, for making a false...
1919 Washington, George Slaughter, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Slaughter, 20 May 1756 … 1756-05-20 Letter not found: to Thomas Slaughter, 20 May 1756. On 20 May 1756 in a memorandum, GW wrote: “I...
1920 Fairfax, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Fairfax, 20 May 1756 1756-05-20 I receiv’d Yrs by the return of Mr Dorrel. I am glad that your Presence has encouragd the few...
1921 Washington, George Orders, 21–22 May 1756 1756-05-21 A Regimental Court Martial to sit immediately for trial of John McMillian. An Order was lately...
1922 Adams, John 20 [i.e. 21] Fryday. 1756-05-21 After School, rode to Shrewsbury, went to Capt. Hows, to see Dr. Flynt, spent an Hour, and then...
1923 Adams, John 21 [i.e. 22] Saturday. 1756-05-22 Dined at Judge Chandlers.
1924 Tayloe, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Tayloe, 22 May 1756 1756-05-22 My friend & Kinsman Capt. Wm Peachey informing me that he stood in need of a little more money...
1925 Adams, John 22 [i.e. 23] Sunday. 1756-05-23 Heard Mr. Maccarty. He is particularly fond of the following Expressions. Carnal, ungodly...
1926 Washington, George Dinwiddie, Robert From George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie, 23 May 1756 1756-05-23 The method I shall use to inform your Honour of the proceedings of the Militia, is to enclose a...
1927 Washington, George Dinwiddie, Robert From George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie, 23 May 1756 … 1756-05-23 Letter not found: to Robert Dinwiddie, 23 May 1756. On 27 May 1756 Dinwiddie wrote to GW : “Your...
1928 Washington, George Orders, 23 May 1756 1756-05-23 All the Officers in town, except Ensign McCarty, are to set out for Fredericksburgh to-morrow...
1929 Stewart, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Stewart, 23 May 1756 … 1756-05-23 Letter not found: from Robert Stewart, 23 May 1756. On 26 May 1756 GW wrote to Stewart : “I...
1930 Adams, John 23 [i.e. 24] Monday. 1756-05-24 A pleasant morning. Drank Tea at the Colonells.—Had the projectile Force in the Planets been...
1931 Washington, George Orders, 24 May 1756 1756-05-24 LB , DLC:GW .
1932 Washington, George Woodward, Henry From George Washington to Henry Woodward, 24 May 1756 1756-05-24 You are to proceed with the officers now in Town—except Ensign McCarty, with all possible...
1933 Washington, George Advertisement, 24 May 1756 1756-05-24 Advertisement. Whereas I have great reason to believe, the Dangers apprehended from the French...
1934 Washington, George Orders, 25–26 May 1756 1756-05-25 LB , DLC:GW .
1935 Adams, John 24 [i.e. 25] Tuesday. 1756-05-25 A cool, but pleasant Day.
1936 Adams, John 25 [i.e. 26] Wednesday. 1756-05-26 Election Day. I have spent all this Day at Home reading a little and eating a little Election Cake.
1937 Washington, George Stewart, Robert From George Washington to Robert Stewart, 26 May 1756 1756-05-26 I received yours of the 23d instant —and have directed the Commissary to send you by the first...
1938 Washington, George Evening Orders, 26 May 1756 1756-05-26 Evening Orders. As many Draughts are expected up for the Regiment immediately—the Commissary is...
1939 Adams, John 26 [i.e. 27] Thurdsday. 1756-05-27 Drank Tea at the Colonels with a Number of Ladies. Spent the Evening partly at Putnams and partly...
1940 Collinson, Peter Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Peter Collinson, [27 May? … 1756-05-27 Extract: Yale University Library I have the pleasure to tell thee how much thou art esteemed by...
1941 Washington, George Orders, 27 May 1756 1756-05-27 LB , DLC:GW .
1942 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 27 May 1756 1756-05-27 Your two Letters of the 23d I recd last Night & note their Contents. I recd Your Journal relating...
1943 Washington, George Orders, 28–29 May 1756 1756-05-28 Twenty men are immediately to parade, to go on the Scout under command of Ensign McCarty. LB ,...
1944 Adams, John 27 [i.e. 28] Fryday. 1756-05-28 Dined at the Majors. A pleasant Day.—If we examine critically the little Prospect that lies...
1945 Adams, John 28 [i.e. 29] Saturday. 1756-05-29 Drank Tea at Mr. Putnams.—What is the proper Business of Mankind in this Life? We come into the...
1946 Stephen, Adam Washington, George To George Washington from Adam Stephen, 29 May 1756 1756-05-29 You have no doubt heard of the Party of Volunters who went out under command of Colo. Cressop; He...
1947 Washington, George Orders, 30–31 May 1756 1756-05-30 LB , DLC:GW .
1948 Adams, John 29 [i.e. 30] Sunday. 1756-05-30 Heard Mr. Maccarty. “You who are sinners, are in continual Danger of being swallowed up quick and...
1949 Adams, John 30 [i.e. 31] Monday. 1756-05-31 When we see or feel any Body, we discern nothing but Bulk and Extention. We can change this...
1950 Stephen, Adam Washington, George To George Washington from Adam Stephen, 31 May 1756 1756-05-31 I wrote you Saturday last, concerning Cressop’s Party, who has behavd very ill, and about the...