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Your letter of the 26th of Jany came duly to hand. I am much obliged to you for your good wishes,...
3402[Diary entry: 7 December 1785] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 7th. Thermometer at 52 in the Morning & 59 at Noon—but removing it afterwards out of...
3403[Diary entry: 18 July 1787] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 18th. Dined at Mr. Milligan’s and drank Tea at Mrs. Meridiths.
Genl Washington presents his Compliments to Mr Powell and would, with much pleasure, dine with...
3405[Diary entry: 2 August 1788] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 2d. Thermometer at 68 in the Morning 77 at Noon and 73 at Night. Wind Southerly all day...
3406[Diary entry: 24 March 1785] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 24th. Mercury at 40 in the Morning—45 at Noon and 45 at Night. Wind Southerly. The Sun,...
3407[June 1787] (Washington Papers)
Friday 1st. June. Attending in Convention and nothing being suffered to transpire no minutes of...
3408[Diary entry: 21 November 1785] (Washington Papers)
Monday 21st. Thermometer at 48 in the Morning— at Noon and at N. Lowering morning, with the wind...
Letter not found: to George Mason, 15 Nov. 1787. On 27 Nov. Mason wrote GW : “I this Morning...
Your favor of the 7th. came to hand the evening before last. The resolutions which you say are...
3411[Diary entry: 8 August 1787] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 8th. Dined at the City Tavern and remained there till near 10 Oclock.
3412[Diary entry: 14 April 1785] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 14th. Mercury at 48 in the Morning—50 at Noon and 58 at Night. Winds variable—in the...
I am extremely happy to have it in my power to inform you, that Sir Guy Carleton has announced to...
3414[Diary entry: 11 December 1785] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 11th. Thermometer at 38 in the Morng. 50 at Noon and 58 at Night. A heavy mist all day...
3415[Diary entry: 22 July 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 22d. Left town by 5 Oclock, breakfasted at General Mifflins—rode up to the Spring Mills...
3416October [1787] (Washington Papers)
October 1st. Thermometer at 56 in the Morning—64 at Noon and 62 at Night—Cloudy in the Morning...
3417[Diary entry: 28 January 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 28th. Mercury at 26 in the Morning—36 at Noon and 32 at Night. Wind Westerly all day, and...
3418[Diary entry: 4 May 1785] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 4th. Mercury at 56 in the Morning 59 at Noon and 64 at Night. Raining until 7 O’clock,...
I have been duly honored & gratefully affected with the receipt of the Resolution of the Visitors...
3420[Diary entry: 12 August 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 12th. Dined at Bush-hill with Mr. William Hamilton. Spent the evening at home—writg.
After I had written to you on Saturday, I saw Lund Washington, who informed me that he had seen...
I have received your letter of the 24th of Septr, together with the bill enclosed. You will...
3423[Diary entry: 18 February 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 18th. Mercury at in the Morning— at Noon and at N. Clear, Warm, and very pleasant all day,...
3424[Diary entry: 15 October 1787] (Washington Papers)
Monday. 15th. Thermometer at 52 in the Morning 56 at Noon and 52 at Night. Clear all day—Wind at...
It was many days after the receipt of your obliging favour of the 9th ult.; by the Post, that...
3426[Diary entry: 2 September 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday—2d. Rode to Mr. Bartrams & other places in the Country and dined & drank Tea at Mr. Grays.
3427[Diary entry: 25 September 1784] (Washington Papers)
25th. Having obtained the foregoing information, and being indeed some what discouraged from the...
3428[Diary entry: 8 March 1787] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 8th. Mercury at 34 in the Morning—48 at Noon and 42 at Night. Grey Morning with some...
3429[Diary entry: 5 November 1787] (Washington Papers)
Monday 5th. Thermometer at 48 in the Morning—58 at Noon and 56 at Night. But little Wind, clear &...
I have been duly honored with your polite favor of the 23d Ulto enclosing you[r] Excellency’s...
3431[Diary entry: 22 February 1787] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 22d. Mercury at 30 in the morng.—55 at Noon and 48 at Night. Day pleasant, with the Wind...
I have some Spring Barley for sale, and if you incline to buy it, would be glad to know what you...
It has so happened, that the letter which you did me the honor of writing to me the 14th of...
When I had the pleasure to see you in Philadelphia last summer, I think (if my memory serves me)...
Your letter of the 23d Ulto was handed to me by Capt. Justice who deld at my landing 35,962...
3436[Diary entry: 12 March 1787] (Washington Papers)
Monday 12th. Mercury at 36 in the Morng.—60 at Noon and 58 at N. Morning a little Cloudy with the...
3437September 1784 (Washington Papers)
Having found it indispensably necessary to visit my Landed property west of the Apalacheon...
I beg you to accept my thanks for the friendly information contained in your letter of the 20th...
I received the enclosed Tax bill by the last post in a letter from Mr Charles Lee who informed me...
The Resolve of Congress, enclosed in Your Excellency’s favor of Yesterday, for permitting me to...
It affords me the most sensible pleasure to be informed that my accession to the chief Magistracy...
3442[Diary entry: 2 April 1787] (Washington Papers)
Monday 2d. Mercury at 37 in the Morning—56 at Noon and 47 at Night. Morning Mild, calm, & smoaky...
A few days ago Mr Sitgreaves gave me the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 4th of May. It...
3444[Diary entry: 8 July 1786] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 8th. Mercury at 74 in the Morning—78 at Noon and 77 at Night. Clear & warm, with very...
The letter from General Duportail of which the enclosure No. 1 is a copy, was presented to me...
I do myself the honor to inclose to your Excellency Copy of a Letter from Generals McDougall...
G. Washingtons Compliments to Mr Hunter—would thank him for forwarding the enclosed letter by a...
3448[Diary entry: 24 September 1787] (Washington Papers)
Monday. 24th. Thermometer at 62 in the Morning—70 at Noon and 70 at Night. Wind Westerly with...
As (if I understood you rightly the other day at Lomax’s) you are high Sheriff of this County, I...
3450[Diary entry: 12 July 1786] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 12th. Mercury at 79 in the Morning— at Noon and at Night. Wind pretty fresh from the...