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1261 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 August 1772] 1772-08-08 8. Ditto—Ditto.
1262 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 March 1770] 1770-03-02 2. Cloudy with a Mixture of Hail Rain & Snow, but not much of it.
1263 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 October 1772] 1772-10-13 13. Also finishd Do. in the Neck.
1264 Washington, George [Diary entry: 27 December 1769] 1769-12-27 27. Dined and lodgd at Dumfries with Mr. Boucher & J. P. Custis who overtook us on the Road....
1265 Washington, George An Acct. of the Weather—in Feby. [1769] 1769-02-01 Feby. 1st. Ground not froze. Day calm & warm & mostly clear—but sometimes lowering. 2. The Ground...
1266 Washington, George [Diary entry: 25 April 1772] 1772-04-25 25. Went a Hunting with Colo. Bassett. Found nothing.
1267 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 October 1770] 1770-10-14 14. Very pleasant but wind fresh in the Afternoon.
1268 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 February 1769] 1769-02-08 8. Colo. Lewis and son set of to go home but being stopd at Colchester by Ice returnd in the...
1269 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 April 1769] 1769-04-15 15. Began to Plant Do. at the Mill. Sowed Oats in the Inclosure behind the Quarter.
1270 Washington, George Memorandum, 17 September 1755 1755-09-17  Lieutt Colo.—Adam Stephen Andrew Lewis—Major Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 1st Peter Hogg 2 Jno....
1271 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 February 1775] 1775-02-16 16. Calm, at least very little Wind & that Southerly. Clear & exceeding pleasant.
1272 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 December 1771] 1771-12-08 8. After breakfast Mr. Pendleton & Mr. Crawford went away as Miss Mason & Miss Scott did yesterday.
1273 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 July 1769] 1769-07-02 2. Clear, warm, and still, their being very little wind & that southwardly.
1274 Washington, George [Diary entry: 31 July 1770] 1770-07-31 31. Again very warm & still—especially in the Evening and Night.
1275 Washington, George [Diary entry: 31 July 1762] 1762-07-31 31. Guy finished the 3 sides of Garden all to Capp[in]g Pill[a]r. B. Mitchell went away. Burgess...
1276 Washington, George [Diary entry: 28 June 1771] 1771-06-28 28. Rid by the Ferry Plantation & Mill to Doeg Run Quarter & Meadow. Returnd home by Muddy hole...
1277 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 December 1769] 1769-12-17 17. Clear & pleasant with but little Wind. Evening Cool.
1278 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 April 1772] 1772-04-15 15. Clear, Calm, & Warm in the Forenoon, but Cloudy afterwds. with the Wind variable.
1279 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 October 1770] 1770-10-08 8. My Servant being unable to Travel I left him at Pritchards with Doctr. Craik & proceedd....
1280 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 August 1772] 1772-08-12 12. After Breakfast the Gentlemen went away. Mrs. Cox continued, & I rid to my Ditchers at the Mill.
1281 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 March 1775] 1775-03-06 6. Colo. Harrison & Colo. Lee went away, as did Mrs. Barnes & Miss Ramsay after Breakfast.
1282 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 January 1771] 1771-01-03 3. The above Gentlemen stayed all day and Night. My Brother John and Mr. Lawe. Washington came...
1283 Washington, George [Diary entry: 31 December 1769] 1769-12-31 31. At Home all day.
1284 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 August 1762] 1762-08-21 21. Recd. 70 Bags of Salt—abt. 280 Bushels.
1285 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 June 1771] 1771-06-18 18. Much such a day as yesterday, till the Evening then the Wind Shifting to the Northward it...
1286 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 February 1769] 1769-02-12 12. Mr. Piper went away after Breakfast. At home all day with Colo. Lewis & Son.
1287 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 September 1771] 1771-09-15 15. Set of home. Din’d in Dumfries and got up by Sun set.
1288 Washington, George [Diary entry: 20 February 1775] 1775-02-20 20. Clear & very warm with but little wind & that Southerly.
1289 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 December 1771] 1771-12-12 12. The foregoing Gentlemen still here.
1290 Washington, George [Diary entry: 9 May 1774] 1774-05-09 9. Lowering most part of the day with not much wind.