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    Mount Vernon Flour, Western Bounty Lands

    From: Washington Papers | Diaries | Volume 3 | Mount Vernon Flour, Western Bounty Lands

    1[January 1771] (Washington Papers)
    Jany. 1st. Rid to my Mill in the forenoon and afternoon. 2. Did the same thing again. Met Colo....
    Jan. 1. Calm & very pleasant—being clear with all. 2. Clear and very pleasant with but little...
    3[February 1771] (Washington Papers)
    Feby. 1st. At the Mill in the forenoon and afternoon. Doctr. Rumney came here before Dinner &...
    Feby. 1st. Ground hard froze & day Cool, Wind being fresh from the No. West. 2. Ground froze but...
    5[March 1771] (Washington Papers)
    Mar. 1. Messrs. Ross and Wagener went away after breakfast. I rid to my Mill and Ditchers in the...
    Mar. 1st. Ground hard froze. Wind fresh & Cold in the forenoon—clear, calm, & warmer in the...
    20th. Began to Manufacture my Wheat with the Water of Piney Branch, which being insufficient to...
    8[April 1771] (Washington Papers)
    April 1st. Still at Dumfries upon the Arbitration between Doctr. Ross and Compa. & Mr. Semple,...
    April 1st. Morning Calm, & Warm. Afternoon a little Windy from the No. West & cooler—day clear....
    10Remarks & Occs. in April. [1771] (Washington Papers)
    5th. Turn’d the Water of Doeg Run into my Mill Race, which seemd to afford Water enough for both...