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51 Washington, George Scott, Gustavus From George Washington to Gustavus Scott, 22 April 1797 1797-04-22 I should not have taken the liberty of giving you the trouble wch the enclosures must occasion,...
52 Washington, George Revere, Paul From George Washington to Paul Revere et al., 24 April … 1797-04-24 I am sorry that the enclosed answer to the Affectionate Address of the Grand lodge of Ancient,...
53 Washington, George Pickering, Timothy From George Washington to Timothy Pickering, 28 April … 1797-04-28 Owing to my not sending to the Post Office in Alexandria with the regularity I used to do whilst...
54 Washington, George Scott, Gustavus GW to Gustavus Scott, 28 April 1797 [letter not found] 1797-04-28 Letter not found: GW to Gustavus Scott, 28 April 1797. On 29 April Scott wrote “I had the Honor...
55 Washington, George Howard, John Eager From George Washington to John Eager Howard, 30 April … 1797-04-30 Not sending to the Post office in Alexandria with the regularity I used to do (while I was in the...
56 Washington, George May—1797 1797-05-01 1. Went to Alexandria to settle some matters at the Bank. Day warm—wind at So. Wt. matters at the...
57 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 May 1797] 1797-05-01 1. Went to Alexandria to settle some matters at the Bank. Day warm—wind at So. Wt. matters at the...
58 Washington, George Edwards, Enoch From George Washington to Enoch Edwards, 1 May 1797 1797-05-01 No good opportunity ’till now, afforded by Mr Craik, has offered to return the Pamphlets you were...
59 Washington, George Morris, Mary White From George Washington to Mary White Morris, 1 May 1797 1797-05-01 The lustre which stood suspended in our large Drawing Room in Philadelphia, I pray you to accept...
60 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 May 1797] 1797-05-02 2. Blew violently hard all day from the No. Wt. & grew very Cold.
61 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 May 1797] 1797-05-03 3. A frost in the morning—Weather variable & cold. Wind So. Wt. & fresh.
62 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 May 1797] 1797-05-04 4. Warm, with very little Wd. and that So. Wt.
63 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 May 1797] 1797-05-05 5. Warm in the forenoon with the wind at So. Wt. Rain in the Afternoon. Went to Alexa. on...
64 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 May 1797] 1797-05-06 6. Warm with the Wind at So. Et.—but not hot.
65 Washington, George [Diary entry: 7 May 1797] 1797-05-07 7. Wind, after the morning very fresh from the N. W. & turning very cold.
66 Washington, George Ball, George From George Washington to George Ball, 7 May 1797 1797-05-07 By the Post of friday I received, with no small degree of surprise, your letter dated the 24th...
67 Washington, George McAlpin, James From George Washington to James McAlpin, 7 May 1797 1797-05-07 Mr Custis will present you with an order for Cloaths, &ca which please to have made according to...
68 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 May 1797] 1797-05-08 8. Wind No., a little Easterly and Cool with a shower of Rain abt. 1 Oclock & squally.
69 Washington, George [Diary entry: 9 May 1797] 1797-05-09 9. Disagreeably cool—tho’ the Wind was shifting to the Southward.
70 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 May 1797] 1797-05-10 10. Very pleasant—warm & clear.
71 Washington, George [Diary entry: 11 May 1797] 1797-05-11 11. Brisk So. Westerly Wind & warm.
72 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 May 1797] 1797-05-12 12. Wind in the same quarter but not so much of it but very warm.
73 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 May 1797] 1797-05-13 13. Wind No. Westerly and much cooler with appearances of Rain.
74 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 May 1797] 1797-05-14 14. Wind at No. Et. & rather Cool—indeed quite so.
75 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 May 1797] 1797-05-15 15. Very pleasant, & but little wind—that however was from the No. Et.
76 Washington, George Milburn, Stephen From George Washington to Stephen Milburn, 15 May 1797 1797-05-15 Having in a great measure given up the idea of Renting my Farms (from an apprehension that I...
77 Washington, George Wolcott, Oliver Jr. From George Washington to Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 15 May … 1797-05-15 I thank you for the information contained in your letter of the 19th Ulto; and infer from it,...
78 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 May 1797] 1797-05-16 16. Wind No. Easterly, & then to the westward of No. but not much of it. Appearances of Rain but...
79 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 May 1797] 1797-05-17 17. Wind Easterly all day and pretty fresh & cool.
80 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 May 1797] 1797-05-18 18. Very cloudy all day with the Wind at So. Et. Showers with thunder & lightening in the afternoon.
81 Washington, George [Diary entry: 19 May 1797] 1797-05-19 19. Wind at No. Et. & cloudy all day with moderate Rain from ½ after 10 until near two.
82 Washington, George Reed & Forde From George Washington to Reed & Forde, 19 May 1797 1797-05-19 Your letter of the 20th Ult. came duly to hand, and through the medium of a friend in George Town...
83 Washington, George [Diary entry: 20 May 1797] 1797-05-20 20. Wind from the So. Et. with appearances of Rain but none fell—very warm.
84 Washington, George Heath, William From George Washington to William Heath, 20 May 1797 1797-05-20 Your kind and friendly letter of the 17th Ulto has been duly received, and I beg you to accept my...
85 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 May 1797] 1797-05-21 21. Wind more Southerly with great appearances of Rain but none fell here.
86 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 May 1797] 1797-05-22 22d. Morning rather cooler but warm afterwards with but little wind.
87 Washington, George Custis, George Washington Parke From George Washington to George Washington Parke … 1797-05-22 Having heard nothing from you, or of you, since you left the Federal City, but hoping you got...
88 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 May 1797] 1797-05-23 23. Wind Easterly & rather Cool.
89 Washington, George [Diary entry: 24 May 1797] 1797-05-24 24. Wind Southerly and warm with appearances of Rain but none fell.
90 Washington, George Smith, Samuel Stanhope From George Washington to Samuel Stanhope Smith, 24 May … 1797-05-24 Your favour of the 18th instt was received by the last Post —the contents of which, relatively to...
91 Washington, George [Diary entry: 25 May 1797] 1797-05-25 25. Very brisk Southerly wind & still great appearances of Rain but none fell here.
92 Washington, George [Diary entry: 26 May 1797] 1797-05-26 26. Wind at No. W. & fresh in the morning, but less of it & at So. Wt. in the Afternn. Cool till...
93 Washington, George [Diary entry: 27 May 1797] 1797-05-27 27. Wind at So. Wt. Clear and warm all day. In the evening Sultry.
94 Washington, George [Diary entry: 28 May 1797] 1797-05-28 28. Wind in the forepart of the day very high, from the No. W. and cold.
95 Washington, George Biddle, Clement From George Washington to Clement Biddle, 28 May 1797 1797-05-28 The business I shall have to transact in Philadelphia will, more than probable, be of so piddling...
96 Washington, George Pinckney, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, 28 May 1797 1797-05-28 I rely more upon your goodness than upon any excuse I can make, for not having given an earlier...
97 Washington, George [Diary entry: 29 May 1797] 1797-05-29 29. Clear & rather Cool with but little Wind.
98 Washington, George McHenry, James From George Washington to James McHenry, 29 May 1797 1797-05-29 I am indebted to you for several unacknowledged letters, but ne’er mind that; go on, as if you...
99 Washington, George Wolcott, Oliver Jr. From George Washington to Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 29 May … 1797-05-29 I have received your letter of the 18th instant with its enclosures, and thank you for both. The...
100 Washington, George [Diary entry: 30 May 1797] 1797-05-30 30. Cloudy & much like rain all day with the Wind at No. Et. In the afternoon & night a little...