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1801 Washington, George Biddle, Clement From George Washington to Clement Biddle, 13 November … 1799-11-13 You will perceive by the enclosed Invoice & Bill of Lading, that two Pipes of old Madeira Wine, &...
1802 Washington, George Boudinot, Elias From George Washington to Elias Boudinot, 13 November … 1799-11-13 Your favour of the 8th instt was received by the last Mail to Alexand[ri]a. At the sametime, a...
1803 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 November 1799] 1799-11-14 14. Morning foggy—or rather Smoaky. Wind (tho’ but little of it) Southerly and Mer. at 40. About...
1804 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 November 1799] 1799-11-15 15. Morning very smoaky—but little wind and Mer. at 39. Calm all day. Rode to visit Mr. now Lord...
1805 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 November 1799] 1799-11-16 16. Clear & calm all day. Mer. at 42 in the morning & 52 at Night. Doctr. Craik came here in the...
1806 Washington, George Parker, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Parker, 16 November … 1799-11-16 By Colo. Lear, I am informed that you have a journey to the Western Country in contemplation. In...
1807 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 November 1799] 1799-11-17 17. A very heavy & thick fog—morning calm, & Mer. at 41. About 2 oclock the Sun came out and the...
1808 Washington, George McHenry, James From George Washington to James McHenry, 17 November … 1799-11-17 Your confidential and interesting letter of the 10th instant, came duly, and safely to hand. With...
1809 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 November 1799] 1799-11-18 18. Morning clear with the Wind very fresh from the Southward and Mer. at 48. Cloudy afterwards,...
1810 Washington, George Thornton, William From George Washington to William Thornton, 18 November … 1799-11-18 Your favour of the 13th inst: came duly to hand. I am now making arrangements at the Bank of...
1811 Washington, George Wormeley, Ralph Jr. From George Washington to Ralph Wormeley, Jr., 18 … 1799-11-18 Your favour of the 3d Instant came duly to hand. Whence the Report of my visiting Norfolk could...
1812 Washington, George [Diary entry: 19 November 1799] 1799-11-19 19. Morning clear & wind fresh & cold from No. Wt. Mer. at 40—at highest 46 and at Night 33.
1813 Washington, George [Diary entry: 20 November 1799] 1799-11-20 20. Morning clear & cold. Wind at No. Wt. and Ice. Mer. at 27. Calm in the afternoon & Mer. 34 at...
1814 Washington, George Little, Charles From George Washington to Charles Little, 20 November … 1799-11-20 The week before the last, I went up to Difficult Run to Survey a small tract of land which I hold...
1815 Washington, George Price, William From George Washington to William Price, 20 November … 1799-11-20 Your favour of the 15th instant, in answer to my letters of the 7th & 8th, addressed to the...
1816 Washington, George Sommers, Samuel From George Washington to Samuel Sommers, 20 November … 1799-11-20 In consequence of your letter, and the information of Mr Rawlins, I sent to Richmond and obtained...
1817 Washington, George Thornton, William From George Washington to William Thornton, 20 November … 1799-11-20 When I wrote to you the other day, I expected to have settled matters with the Bk of Alexandria...
1818 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 November 1799] 1799-11-21 21. Morning perfectly clear & calm. A remarkably white hoar frost and Mer. at 30—but little wind...
1819 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 November 1799] 1799-11-22 22. Morning a little lowering & raw, with appearances of Snow. Mer. at 41 and Wind Southerly....
1820 Washington, George Goodhue, Benjamin From George Washington to Benjamin Goodhue, 22 November … 1799-11-22 Your favour of the 3d of Octr never came to my hands until last night. ⟨On⟩ hearing that Captn...
1821 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 November 1799] 1799-11-23 23. Early morning, had much the appearance of Snow; Wind Southerly and Mer. at 40. Clear & mild...
1822 Washington, George Hepburn & Dundas From George Washington to Hepburn & Dundas, 23 November … 1799-11-23 Your letter of the 19th was recd yesterday. If my attendance at Mr Heiskill’s in Alexandria on...
1823 Washington, George [Diary entry: 24 November 1799] 1799-11-24 24. Morning calm & clear. Mer. at 41. Fresh Southerly wind afterwards with great appearances of...
1824 Washington, George Addison, Alexander From George Washington to Alexander Addison, 24 … 1799-11-24 Your favour of the 8th instant came duly to hand. Whatever is found to be the contents of the...
1825 Washington, George Biddle, Clement From George Washington to Clement Biddle, 24 November … 1799-11-24 A considerable time ago, in consequence of some applications from Officers of Cavalry, to know in...
1826 Washington, George Pickering, Timothy From George Washington to Timothy Pickering, 24 … 1799-11-24 Your favour of the 5th instant came to hand in due course; and the manner in which you proposed...
1827 Washington, George [Diary entry: 25 November 1799] 1799-11-25 25. A little rain had fallen in the night. Morning cloudy. Wind brisk from the Southward and Mer....
1828 Washington, George [Diary entry: 26 November 1799] 1799-11-26 26. Morning clear. Mer. at 31—wind at No. Wt. Cold & fresh all day. Mer. 30 at Night.
1829 Washington, George Fairfax, Bryan From George Washington to Bryan Fairfax, 26 November … 1799-11-26 In the early part of this month, I went up to Difficult-run to examine with more accuracy than I...
1830 Washington, George Gill, John From George Washington to John Gill, 26 November 1799 1799-11-26 Under cover with this, you are furnished with the Invoice of such goods as I require. As it was...