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32301[Diary entry: 31 October 1799] (Washington Papers)
31. Clear morning—wind at So. Et. & Mer. at 48. Afterwards the wind got to So. Wt. & blew pretty...
32302November [1799] (Washington Papers)
1. Morning clear. A little breeze from the northward. Mer. at 55. Clear all day, & calm in the...
32303[Diary entry: 1 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
1. Morning clear. A little breeze from the northward. Mer. at 55. Clear all day, & calm in the...
Your letter of the 30th Ulto came to my hands yesterday afternoon. As I propose, next Spring to...
32305[Diary entry: 2 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
2. Morning clear. Mer. at 45. Wind at So. Wt. Afternoon a little hazy with indications of Rain....
I am informed that you have in use, a cutting box upon a New Construction; which, in execution,...
32307[Diary entry: 3 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
3. Morning Cloudy. Wind at No. Et. & Mer. at 42. Clear Evening. Mer. at 42. Mr. Valangin came to...
Your private & confidential letter of the 24th Ulto came duly, and safely to hand. Its contents,...
Your favour of the ⟨ illegible ⟩d inst. from New Port, came duly to hand, and gave Mrs Washington...
32310[Diary entry: 4 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
4th. Morning clear—Wind (though but little of it) No. Wt. and Mer. 34. A very large & white...
32311[Diary entry: 5 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
5th. Morning and the whole day calm—clear & pleasant. Set out on a trip to Difficult-run to view...
At the earnest request of General Hamilton, that I would give instructions for having the eighth,...
32313[Diary entry: 6 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
6. Set out from thence after 8 Oclk. being detained by sprinkling Rain, & much appearance of it...
32314[Diary entry: 7 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
7. Weather remarkably fine. Finished Surveying my own Tract & the Land belonging to...
I came from Mount Vernon to this place in order to run out some land which I hold in this County,...
32316[Diary entry: 8 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
8. Morning very heavy and about 9 oclock it commenced Raining which it continued to do steadily...
Since writing the enclosed, I have discovered that a Mr William Shepherd who was with me on the...
32318[Diary entry: 9 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
9. Morning & whole day clear warm & pleasant. Set out a little after 8 Oclock. Viewed my building...
32319[Diary entry: 10 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
10. Still remarkably fine, clear & pleasant; Wind Southerly; Returned home about Noon. Mr. Law,...
32320[Diary entry: 11 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
11. Morning a little lowering & wind Southerly. Mer. 55 at Night. The Gentlemen above mentioned...
32321[Diary entry: 12 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
12. It rained a little in the Night & this Morning. Mer. at 50—But the Wind getting to No. Wt. it...
Mrs Washington and myself have been honoured with your polite invitation to the Assemblies in...
I am just returned from Difficult-Run, whither I went to examine your land, and to see how it was...
32324[Diary entry: 13 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
13. Morning clear—Wind at No. W. and Mer. 36. Clear all day & Wind fresh, but not cold. Mer. 42...
You will perceive by the enclosed Invoice & Bill of Lading, that two Pipes of old Madeira Wine, &...
Your favour of the 8th instt was received by the last Mail to Alexand[ri]a. At the sametime, a...
32327[Diary entry: 14 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
14. Morning foggy—or rather Smoaky. Wind (tho’ but little of it) Southerly and Mer. at 40. About...
32328[Diary entry: 15 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
15. Morning very smoaky—but little wind and Mer. at 39. Calm all day. Rode to visit Mr. now Lord...
32329[Diary entry: 16 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
16. Clear & calm all day. Mer. at 42 in the morning & 52 at Night. Doctr. Craik came here in the...
By Colo. Lear, I am informed that you have a journey to the Western Country in contemplation. In...
32331[Diary entry: 17 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
17. A very heavy & thick fog—morning calm, & Mer. at 41. About 2 oclock the Sun came out and the...
Your confidential and interesting letter of the 10th instant, came duly, and safely to hand. With...
32333[Diary entry: 18 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
18. Morning clear with the Wind very fresh from the Southward and Mer. at 48. Cloudy afterwards,...
Your favour of the 13th inst: came duly to hand. I am now making arrangements at the Bank of...
Your favour of the 3d Instant came duly to hand. Whence the Report of my visiting Norfolk could...
32336[Diary entry: 19 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
19. Morning clear & wind fresh & cold from No. Wt. Mer. at 40—at highest 46 and at Night 33.
32337[Diary entry: 20 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
20. Morning clear & cold. Wind at No. Wt. and Ice. Mer. at 27. Calm in the afternoon & Mer. 34 at...
The week before the last, I went up to Difficult Run to Survey a small tract of land which I hold...
Your favour of the 15th instant, in answer to my letters of the 7th & 8th, addressed to the...
In consequence of your letter, and the information of Mr Rawlins, I sent to Richmond and obtained...
When I wrote to you the other day, I expected to have settled matters with the Bk of Alexandria...
32342[Diary entry: 21 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
21. Morning perfectly clear & calm. A remarkably white hoar frost and Mer. at 30—but little wind...
32343[Diary entry: 22 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
22. Morning a little lowering & raw, with appearances of Snow. Mer. at 41 and Wind Southerly....
Your favour of the 3d of Octr never came to my hands until last night. ⟨On⟩ hearing that Captn...
32345[Diary entry: 23 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
23. Early morning, had much the appearance of Snow; Wind Southerly and Mer. at 40. Clear & mild...
Your letter of the 19th was recd yesterday. If my attendance at Mr Heiskill’s in Alexandria on...
32347[Diary entry: 24 November 1799] (Washington Papers)
24. Morning calm & clear. Mer. at 41. Fresh Southerly wind afterwards with great appearances of...
Your favour of the 8th instant came duly to hand. Whatever is found to be the contents of the...
A considerable time ago, in consequence of some applications from Officers of Cavalry, to know in...
Your favour of the 5th instant came to hand in due course; and the manner in which you proposed...