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By His Excy G. Washington Esq. Gen. & Commander in Chief of the Forces of the United States &c....
1022[Diary entry: 18 January 1788] (Washington Papers)
Friday 18th. Thermometer at 25 in the Morning—35 at Noon And 35 at Night. In the Morning the Wind...
1023[Diary entry: 11 September 1787] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 11th. In Convention. Dined at home in a large Company with Mr. Gardoqui. Drank Tea and...
1024[Diary entry: 17 December 1786] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 17th. Mercury at 36 in the Morning—41 at Noon and 40 at Night. Perfectly calm all...
Your favor of the 24th of Jan: only came to my hands by the Post on thursday last—if this letter...
The Post of last week brougt me (by way of New York) a letter, of which the inclosed is a Copy. I...
1027[Diary entry: 8 February 1788] (Washington Papers)
Friday 8th. Thermometer at 24 in the Morning—29 at Noon and 28 at Night. Wind tho not much of it,...
1028[Diary entry: 5 October 1788] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 5th. Thermometer at 50 in the Morning—58 at Noon and 56 at Night—Cool, the Wind being at...
1029[Diary entry: 14 January 1786] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 14th. Thermometer at 26 in the Morng.—35 at Noon and 36 at Night. Went out with the...
While you speak the language of my heart, in acknowledging the magnitude of our obligations to...
1031[Diary entry: 22 January 1788] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 22d. Thermometer at 30 in the Morning—36 at Noon and 32 at Night. But little wind all...
If nothing unforeseen happens, I can be at the Great Falls at any hour you & Colo. Fitzgerald...
The violent rains, and consequent freshes, have given such interruption to the Stages in this...
1034[Diary entry: 21 December 1786] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 21st. Mercury at 31 in the Morning—45 at Noon and 45 at Night. Morning clear, calm, and...
1035[Diary entry: 4 February 1786] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 4th. Thermometer at 46 in the Morng.— at Noon and 40 at Night. Clear morning with very...
1036[Diary entry: 12 February 1788] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 12th. Thermometer at 40 in the Morning—54 at Noon and 53 at Night. Clear, pleasant &...
A View of the work at the several Plantations in the Year 1789. and general directions for the...
I am in want of a quantity of good eighteen Inch shingles and am informed that they will come...
The Letter which you did me the honor to write to me on the 23d of November last, came safely;...
I have recid your Letter of the 14 of this month and now inclose you the Certificate you...
1041[Diary entry: 2 March 1788] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 2d. Thermometer at 18 in the Morning—28 at Noon And 28 at Night. Wind high from the No....
I am informed that there are at Philadelphia Six or Eight Officers and about one Company of the...
1043[Diary entry: 29 December 1785] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 29th. Thermometer at 29 in the Morning— at Noon and 40 at Night. Morning clear with very...
Letter not found: to William Grayson, 9 July 1785. GW wrote in his diary on 9 July that on that...
This letter will be presented to you by Mr Rucker, Partner in the House of Constable Rucker & Co....
1046[Diary entry: 24 August 1788] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 24th. Thermometer at 75 in the morning—84 at Noon and 82 at Night. Morning clear with but...
I have received your letter of the 6th Ulto and am much obliged to you for the information...
1048[Diary entry: 14 September 1788] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 14th. Thermometer at 70 in the Morning—74 at Noon and 71 at Night. Cloudy morning with the...
Colo. Wadsworth, as I informed you in my last, presented me your obliging favor of the 30th of...
You cannot be more concerned than I am at the misunderstanding respecting the plaister of Paris,...