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156961 Washington, George Morris, Robert From George Washington to Robert Morris, 17 May 1782 1782-05-17 I have been honored with your Favor of the 23d of April. The Information it contains, is in some...
156962 Washington, George General Orders, 24 June 1778 1778-06-24 Officers are on no Account to be absent from their Encampment and are to be particularly vigilant...
156963 Washington, George Parr, James From George Washington to James Parr, 21 November 1780 1780-11-21 I have received private information that some inhabitants of Bergen County will probably on...
156964 Washington, George Officers of the Army From George Washington to Officers of the Army, 15 … 1783-03-15 By an anonymous summons, an attempt has been made to convene you together—how inconsistent with...
156965 Washington, George Knox, Henry From George Washington to Henry Knox, 5 August 1792 1792-08-05 Since writing to you on the 1st instt Your letters of the 28th & 31st of July have come to hand....
156966 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 November 1772] 1772-11-23 23. At Fredericksburg—attending the Intended meeting of Officers at Captn. Weedens. Besides GW,...
156967 Washington, George [Diary entry: 9 May 1769] 1769-05-09 9. Lowering in the Morning but clear afterwards & somewhat cooler than yesterday.
156968 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 April 1762] 1762-04-08 8. to the 10th. Getting Swamp Mud, & laying it in heaps—also got a little of the Creek Mud—Both...
156969 Washington, George Howe, Robert From George Washington to Major General Robert Howe, 18 … 1779-08-18 As it is probable, that the new minister from France Monsieur De Luzerne, is on his way from...
156970 Washington, George Georgia Society of the Cincinnati From George Washington to the Georgia Society of the … 1791-05-13 Your congratulations on my arrival in this State are received with grateful sensibility—your...
156971 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 January 1771] 1771-01-17 17. Clear & pleasant, the Wind what little there was of it being still Southwardly.
156972 Washington, George General Orders, 6 November 1777 1777-11-06 The independent Company commanded by Capt. Joshua Williams is to be annexed to, and do duty with...
156973 Washington, George Schuyler, Philip From George Washington to Major General Philip … 1775-10-06 I wrote you Yesterday of which the inclosed is a Copy. Since which I have been informed that your...
156974 Washington, George Stephen, Adam From George Washington to Adam Stephen, 28 December … 1755-12-28 Captn John Mercer only returnd last night from Williamsburg and brings no satisfactory answers to...
156975 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 August 1769] 1769-08-06 6. Arrivd at the Springs about One Oclock & dind w. Colo. F[airfa]x.
156976 Washington, George [Diary entry: 24 October 1795] 1795-10-24 24. Variable—sometimes cloudy.
156977 Washington, George Rutledge, John From George Washington to John Rutledge, 2 September … 1782-09-02 I was yesterday honored with your favor of the 17th ulto, accompanied by a representation from...
156978 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 July 1788] 1788-07-03 Thursday 3d. Thermometer at 68 in the morning—82 at Noon. And 72 at Night. Clear and quite calm...
156979 Washington, George New York Convention From George Washington to the New York Convention, 1 … 1777-03-01 During the last Campain, the greatest part of the Army were, at a considerable Continental...
156980 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 November 1769] 1769-11-03 3. About one Oclock set out and reachd Parker’s Ordy. Jacky Custis met the family in...
156981 Washington, George Remarks & Occurances Augt. [1770] 1770-08-01 Augt. 1. Began to Sow Wheat at Muddy hole—the Ground Grassy & in bad order. Began to Sow Ditto at...
156982 Washington, George Strother, Anthony From George Washington to Anthony Strother, 22 May 1764 1764-05-22 When I was at Winchester in March last, I had an opperty of speaking to Mr Gabriel Jones...
156983 Washington, George [Diary entry: 25 February 1785] 1785-02-25 Friday 25. Mercury at 40 in the Morng. 42 at Noon and 38 at Night. Wind Westwardly and cloudy all...
156984 Washington, George Morris, Gouverneur From George Washington to Gouverneur Morris, 5 June … 1782-06-05 General Washington’s compliments to Mr Governr Morris. If Mr Morris should have postponed his...
156985 Washington, George Morris, Robert From George Washington to Robert Morris, 27 August 1783 1783-08-27 The Gentleman who will have the honor of presenting this to you, delivered me the inclosed...
156986 Washington, George General Orders, 4 February 1780 1780-02-04 By a General Court Martial held in Garrison at Philadelphia by order of Brigadier General...
156987 Washington, George Posey, John From George Washington to John Posey, 24 September 1767 1767-09-24 Having receivd your Letters of Wednesday last and today, it appear⟨s⟩ very clear to me from them,...
156988 Washington, George Blair, John From George Washington to John Blair, 17 October 1781 1781-10-17 Your Letter of the 15th has been received. You may be assured Sir that nothing but absolute...
156989 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 October 1785] 1785-10-22 Saturday 22d. Thermometer at 52 in the Morning—52 at Noon and 52 at Night. Wind at No. West and...
156990 Washington, George Kirkpatrick, John From George Washington to John Kirkpatrick, 12 July … 1758-07-12 Letter not found: to John Kirkpatrick, 12 July 1758. On 21 July Kirkpatrick wrote to GW: “Your...