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4681[Diary entry: 25 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
25. Cloudy generally through the day with the Wind pretty brisk from the Southwest especialy in...
4682[Diary entry: 25 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
25. I examined my Corn fields & perceivd that the late Rains had made a great alteration for the...
4683[Diary entry: 26 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. At home all day alone.
4684[Diary entry: 26 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. Clear and Warm wind being still to the Southward.
4685[Diary entry: 27 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Went by my Mill & Doeg Run to Colchesters—there to settle a dispute betwen. Doctr. Ross &...
4686[Diary entry: 27 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Very Hot & even Sultry in the Evening with Clouds to the westward & some Rain.
4687[Diary entry: 28 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. At Colchester all day—upon the same business.
4688[Diary entry: 28 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Still warm but not so hot as yesterday. Raining most part of the Night.
4689[Diary entry: 29 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. Still at Colchester upon this Affair Colo. Lewis My Sister & Brothr. Chas. passd this in...
4690[Diary entry: 29 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. Raining in the Morning but clear & cool afterwards.
4691[Diary entry: 29 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. The Rain that Fell last Night made the Ground too wet for plowing.
4692[Diary entry: 30 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. Still at Colchester upon the business before mentioned.
4693[Diary entry: 30 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. Very cool. Wind being at No. West.
4694[Diary entry: 31 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
31. At the same place and on the same business.
4695[Diary entry: 31 August 1770] (Washington Papers)
31. A Slight frost in the Morning but clear and cool all day.
4696[September 1770] (Washington Papers)
Septr. 1st. Returnd from the Arbitration at Colchester. In the Evening my Brothr. Saml. & his...
Septr. 1st. Cool & clear—wind being still Northwardly. 2. Cool but rather Inclind to be Cloudy...
4698Cash Accounts, September 1770 (Washington Papers)
Cash Septr 15— To Ferriage money £ 0.13.0 26— To Cash of Mr Hector Ross 93. 3.2 28— To Do of Mr...
4699[Diary entry: 1 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
Septr. 1st. Returnd from the Arbitration at Colchester. In the Evening my Brothr. Saml. & his...
4700[Diary entry: 1 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
Septr. 1st. Cool & clear—wind being still Northwardly.
4701[Diary entry: 2 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. At home all day with the Company before Mentioned. Mr. Adam’s Miller came here & went to see...
4702[Diary entry: 2 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Cool but rather Inclind to be Cloudy Wind being also fresh from the Eastward.
4703[Diary entry: 3 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. Went in the Evening a fishing with my Brothers Saml. & Charles.
4704[Diary entry: 3 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. Rain in the forenoon but clear afterwards with but little wind.
4705Remarks & Occurs. in Septr. [1770] (Washington Papers)
Septr. 4th. Got on the 2d. Floor (or rather the last Floor the walls being at their Height) of my...
4706[Diary entry: 4 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Rid to My Mill and back to Dinner.
4707[Diary entry: 4 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Showery with the wind at East.
4708[Diary entry: 4 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
Septr. 4th. Got on the 2d. Floor (or rather the last Floor the walls being at their Height) of my...
4709[Diary entry: 5 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. At Home all day playing Cards.
4710[Diary entry: 5 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Clear and tolerably warm and still.
4711[Diary entry: 6 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. Rid to the Mill with Colo. Lewis &ca. returnd to Dinner.
4712[Diary entry: 6 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. Flying Clouds with the Wind tolerably fresh—but no Rain.
4713[Diary entry: 7 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Went a fishing into the Mouth of Doegs Creek.
4714[Diary entry: 7 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Clear with the Wind tolerably fresh from the North North East.
4715[Diary entry: 8 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. A Fishing along towards Sheridine Point. Dined upon the Point. Sheridine Point (now called...
4716[Diary entry: 8 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Still, Calm, Warm, and clear.
4717[Diary entry: 9 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Colo. Lewis, my Sister & Brother Charles went away. At Home all day.
4718[Diary entry: 9 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Clear and Calm but not so cool as yesterday.
If this Letter reaches you in time, it will serve to ask if you have any commands to...
The very obliging offer your Lordship was pleasd to make me in behalf of the Officers and...
4721[Diary entry: 10 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. My Brothr. Saml. & self rid to the Mill & Back to Dinner.
4722[Diary entry: 10 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. Clear and tolerably Cool Wind being at No. East.
4723[Diary entry: 11 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
11. Rid to the Mill and Ditchers again.
4724[Diary entry: 11 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
11. Cloudy with appearances of Rain but none fell.
4725[Diary entry: 12 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
12. Rid to the Mill & Ditchers. Mr. Christian & his Scholars came here to Dancing. Jacky Custis...
4726[Diary entry: 12 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
12. Rain in the Morning & cloudy afterwards & warm.
4727[Diary entry: 13 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
13. Rid to the Mill Ditchers & Morris and Muddy hole—also the Mill in the Afternoon. Mr....
4728[Diary entry: 13 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
13. Still Cloudy with some Shows for Rain but none fell.
4729[Diary entry: 13 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
13. Sett 3 Negroe Men, to Wit Harry, George & Frank to Work upon my Mill Race.
4730[Diary entry: 14 September 1770] (Washington Papers)
14. Rid to the Mill and Ditchers in the forenoon with my Brother. In the Afternoon went a fishing.