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    Mount Vernon Flour, Western Bounty Lands

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

    1[December 1771] (Washington Papers)
    Decr. 1st. At home all day. Mr. Johnson still here. Doctr. Rumney came to Dinner & stayd all...
    Decr. 1st. The Wind exceeding hard from the Northwest, & very cold. 2. Wind variable with Clouds,...
    Decr. 16. Finished planting the Grape Cuttings in the Inclosure below the Garden. The first 29...
    4[November 1771] (Washington Papers)
    Novr. 1st. Dined at Mrs. Dawson’s. Went to the Fireworks in the Afternoon and to the Play at...
    Novr. 1st. Warm and pleasant—Wind being Southerly. 2. Very warm in the forenoon & clear, Cloudy...
    6Remarks & Occs. in Novr. [1771] (Washington Papers)
    Novr. 11th. Returnd home from Williamsburg. 20. Began to Plant Cuttings of the Winter Grape in...
    7[October 1771] (Washington Papers)
    Octr. [1]. Dined at Upper Marlborough & reachd home in the Afternoon. Mr. Wormley—Mr. Fitzhugh,...
    Octr. 1st. The Weather clear & pleasant with very little Wind. 2. Clear and pleasant, with but...
    9[September 1771] (Washington Papers)
    Sept. 1st. At home all day. Mr. Burwell here. 2. Went up to Alexandria with Mr. Burwell after an...
    Septr. 1. Wind fresh from the Eastward. Afternoon Cloudy & Night Raining. 2. Ground now for the...