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4591[Diary entry: 20 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
20. Exceeding hot and Sultry with a southerly Breeze.
4592[Diary entry: 20 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
20. Compleated my Wheat Harvest altogether & exceeding bad I am apprehensive it will turn...
I was honourd with your favour of the 18th of June about the last of that Month and read it with...
4594[Diary entry: 21 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
21. At home alone.
4595[Diary entry: 21 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
21 Also very hot with a black Cloud to the westward and great appearance [of rain]—but none fell...
4596[Diary entry: 22 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
22. At home all day alone except that Miss Massey, still here & Mr. Semple came just after we had...
4597[Diary entry: 22 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
22. Clear and Warm in the forenoon with a Black Cloud to the Westward but no Rain here.
4598[Diary entry: 23 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
23. Miss Massey went away, and in the Evening Mr. Boucher, Majr. Taylor and Jackey Custis came...
4599[Diary entry: 23 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
23. Again appearances of Rain to the Westward with only a sprinkle here.
4600[Diary entry: 23 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
23. Began to Cut my Meadw. at the Mill.
4601[Diary entry: 24 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
24. Colo. Fairfax & Lady and Mrs. Ambler dined here—with the Gentlemen that came yesterday & went...
4602[Diary entry: 24 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
24. Clear and Warm all day with but little Wind.
4603[Diary entry: 25 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
25. Mr. Boucher & Major Taylor went away after Breakfast. Mr. Alexander (Robt.) who lodged here...
4604[Diary entry: 25 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
25. Light showers in the afternoon and sevl. of them but not sufft. to wet the Ground.
4605[Diary entry: 26 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. Jackey Custis went away after Breakfast to Annapolis to School. Jacky took £2 13s. pocket...
4606[Diary entry: 26 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. Sevl. very fine Showers but rather heavy in the Afternoon from the Southwest. With wind.
4607[Diary entry: 27 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Went with Mrs. Washington and Patcy Custis to Belvoir to Dinner and returned in the Afternoon.
4608[Diary entry: 27 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Clear and warm with but little Wind—that Northwardly.
4609[Diary entry: 28 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Went up to Alexandria with the Association Papers. Dined at Mr. Ramsays calld at Mr. Jno....
4610[Diary entry: 28 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Very warm. Wind Southwardly in the Afternoon Thunder, lightning and Rain.
4611[Diary entry: 29 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. Captn. Ingles, and his Master, Mr. Bruce and Mr. John West dind here. All of whom returnd...
4612[Diary entry: 29 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. Clear and Warm. Wind Southwardly again.
4613[Diary entry: 30 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. After an Early Dinner (which Mr. Peake took with us), we set of for Fredericksburg that is...
4614[Diary entry: 30 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. Exceedingly warm—especially in the Afternoon there being but little wind & that Southwardly.
The Books you wrote for, I hope you will receive in good order by Joe, as I desired Lund...
4616[Diary entry: 31 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
31. Got to my Mothers to Dinner and staid there all Night. Patsy Custis became gravely ill today,...
4617[Diary entry: 31 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
31. Again very warm & still—especially in the Evening and Night.
4618[Diary entry: 31 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
31st. Finished Do. Also laid the 2d. Floor of my Mill.
4619[August 1770] (Washington Papers)
Augt. 1. Dined at my Mother’s. Went over to Fredericksburg afterwards & returnd in the Evening...
Augt. 1. Clear with the Wind very fresh from the So. West but very warm notwithstanding. 2. Again...