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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...
4621Cash Accounts, August 1770 (Washington Papers)
Cash Augt 2— To Cash of Doctr [James] Craik for the use of the Surveyor of the 200,000 Acres of...
4622Remarks & Occurances Augt. [1770] (Washington Papers)
Augt. 1. Began to Sow Wheat at Muddy hole—the Ground Grassy & in bad order. Began to Sow Ditto at...
4623[Diary entry: 1 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
Augt. 1. Dined at my Mother’s. Went over to Fredericksburg afterwards & returnd in the Evening...
4624[Diary entry: 1 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
Augt. 1. Clear with the Wind very fresh from the So. West but very warm notwithstanding.
4625[Diary entry: 1 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
Augt. 1. Began to Sow Wheat at Muddy hole—the Ground Grassy & in bad order. Began to Sow Ditto at...
4626[Diary entry: 2 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Met the Officers of the first Virga. Troops at Captn. Weedens where we dined & did not finish...
4627[Diary entry: 2 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Again very warm with a brisk westwardly breeze.
4628[Diary entry: 3 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. Dined at my Brother Charles’s—spent the Evening there & lodgd at Colo. Lew⟨is⟩. Charles...
4629[Diary entry: 3 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. More moderate—the Wind being Northwardly—cloudy with some thunder but no Rain.
[ 3 Aug. 1770 ]. “Articles of Agreement made and concluded upon this third day of August in the...
4631[Diary entry: 4 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Dined at the Barbicue with a great deal of other Company and stayd there till Sunset.
4632[Diary entry: 4 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Warm again but no appearance of Rain tho the wind was favourable for it.
4633[Diary entry: 5 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Went to Church (in Fredg.) and dind with Colo. Lewis. St. George’s Church, built in 1732, had...
4634[Diary entry: 5 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Very warm but clear and little wind—that southwardly.
4635[Diary entry: 6 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. Dined with Mr. James Mercer. James Mercer (1735–1793), a younger brother of Lt. Col. George...
4636[Diary entry: 6 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. Clear and Warm—with but little .
4637[Diary entry: 7 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Dined at Colo. Lewis’s—Colo. Dangerfield & Lady & Miss Boucher comg. there to see us. colo....
4638[Diary entry: 7 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Clear in the Morning but very cloudy and like for Rain afterwards—tho little or none fell....
4639[Diary entry: 8 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Dined at Colo. Lewis’s. GW apparently clubbed at Weedon’s again this evening and played cards,...
4640[Diary entry: 8 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Cool and Clear. Wind fresh from the Northwest.
4641[Diary entry: 8 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Began to sow Wheat in the Neck in that Cut upon the Creek above Carneys Gut. The Ground here...
4642[Diary entry: 9 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Breakfasted at my Mothers—dined at Dumfries & came home by Night.
4643[Diary entry: 9 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Clear and cool wind still continuing Northwardly.
4644[Diary entry: 10–11 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
10 & 11th. I rid over all my Corn Ground as well that in the Neck as those at Muddy hole & Doeg...
4645[Diary entry: 10 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. Rid to Muddy hole—Doeg Run and the Mill.
4646[Diary entry: 10 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. Something warmer with but little wind.
4647[Diary entry: 11 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
11. Rid into the Neck.
4648[Diary entry: 11 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
11. Warm again—with some slight appearances of Rain.
4649[Diary entry: 12 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
12. Rid to Belvoir after Dinner to see Sir Thos. Adams who was sick there. Adams’s frigate, the...
4650[Diary entry: 12 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
12. Warm and still with Clouds.