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    Routine Duties and Quiet Pleasures

    From: Washington Papers | Diaries | Volume 3 | Routine Duties and Quiet Pleasures

    May 1st. Very Smoaky and a little lowering with but little Wind and tolerably Warm. 2. Very...
    12[June 1772] (Washington Papers)
    June 1st. Went with Mr. Wr. Washington & Mr. Willis to my Brother Saml. where we dined and stayed...
    June 1st. But little Wind. Weather very hot & Sultry, with appearances (only) of Rain. 2. Very...
    14[July 1772] (Washington Papers)
    July 1st. At home all day with Mr. Byrd. 2. Mr. Byrd went over to Belvoir. I continued at home...
    July 1st. Lowering kind of a forenoon but clear afterwards with the Wind Southerly. 2. Wind...
    16Remarks & Occurs. in July [1772] (Washington Papers)
    July 3d. Began my Wheat Harvest at Muddy hole & Doeg Run in the following Manner. Viz.—At Doeg...
    17[August 1772] (Washington Papers)
    Augt. 1. Rid to the Ferry Plantn., Mill, Doeg Run, and Muddy hole. 2. Went to Pohick Church and...
    Augt. 1. Cool—wind still Westerly. 2. Clear & pleasant, but rather Cool. Wind hanging still to...
    19Remarks & Occurs. in Augt. [1772] (Washington Papers)
    Augt. 3d. Finished Sowing the Cut next the Tumbling Dam at Doeg Run with Wheat 43 Bls. The same...
    20[September 1772] (Washington Papers)
    Septr. 1st. Rid to the Ferry & from thence to the Mill. In the Afternoon Doctr. Rumney came &...