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Having receivd your favour of the 6th I profess myself at a loss to know what answer to give to...
27412[Diary entry: 11 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
11. Rid to my Mill and Ditchers before Dinner.
27413[Diary entry: 11 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
11. Lowery Morning and dripping Afternoon.
27414[Diary entry: 11 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
11th. Agreed with Christr. Shade to drive my Waggon by the year for the doing of which I am to...
27415[Diary entry: 10 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. Went up to the little Falls to Balendines Sale. Returnd in the Evening. John Ballendine was...
27416[Diary entry: 10 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
10. Very pleasant. Calm, clear & warm.
27417[Diary entry: 9 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Went to Pohick Church and returnd to Dinner.
27418[Diary entry: 9 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
9. Pleasant day and clear with but little Wind.
27419[Diary entry: 8 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Went a hunting but found nothing. From the Woods I went to my Mill & so home to Dinner....
27420[Diary entry: 8 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Calm and pleasant Morning but windy & cool afterwards.
27421[Diary entry: 7 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Rid to the Mill and returnd to Dinner.
27422[Diary entry: 7 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Tolerably pleasant wind Southerly.
27423[Diary entry: 6 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. Rid by Muddy hole & Doeg Run to the Mill & returnd by Posey’s.
27424[Diary entry: 6 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. Warm Morning but Cold & blustering Afternoon. Wind No. West.
27425[Diary entry: 5 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Mr. Boucher went away again to Maryland. I rid to the Mill.
27426[Diary entry: 5 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Lowering & like for Snow in the forenoon—but clearer afterwards.
27427[Diary entry: 4 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Rid by Posey’s to the Mill, and to the Ditchers. Mr. Boucher and Jacky Custis came here in the...
27428[Diary entry: 4 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
4. Clear and Cool, Wind being Northwardly in the forenoon & Southwardly afterwards.
27429[Diary entry: 3 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. Rid to the Mill in the forenoon, and returnd to Dinner.
27430[Diary entry: 3 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
3. Clear & cool, Wind at No. West, & Ground hard froze As it has been for several days.
27431[Diary entry: 2 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. At home all day alone.
27432[Diary entry: 2 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Clear, & tolerably pleasant, except being Cool. Wind at No. West.
27433[Diary entry: 1 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
Decr. 1st. Reachd home from Wests after an absence of 9 Weeks and one Day.
27434[Diary entry: 1 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
Decr. 1st. Cold & Raw in the forenoon & constant Snow in the Afternoon.
27435[Diary entry: 1 December 1770] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 1st. Reachd home being absent from it Nine weeks and one day.
By Expences in a Journey to the Ohio viz. [Md. Currency] [Oct.] 6  At Mosss Ordy 0. 3. 6 Leesburg...
27437[November 1770 (2)] (Washington Papers)
1. Went up the Great Kanhawa abt. 10 Miles with the People that were with me. 2. Hunting the most...
27438Acct. of the Weather in Novr. [1770] (Washington Papers)
Novr. 1. Calm, cool, & Cloudy, with great appearances of falling weather. 2. Windy & clear in the...
27439Remark & Occurs. in Novr. [1770] (Washington Papers)
Novr. 20th. About One Oclock our Horses arrivd, having been prevented getting to Fort Pitt by the...
27440[Diary entry: 30 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
Friday 30th. According to Appointment the Doctr. and I met & after Breakfasting at Snickers...
27441[Diary entry: 30 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. Reachd Charles Wests 35 Miles from my Brother’s.
27442[Diary entry: 30 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
30. Clear and Pleasant after the morning which was cold.
27443[Diary entry: 29 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 29th. Set out early & reachd my Brothers by one Oclock (about 22 or 3 Miles). Doctr....
27444[Diary entry: 29 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. Came to my Brothers (distant about 25 Miles) to Dinner.
27445[Diary entry: 29 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
29. Clear & Cold in the forepart of the day but tolerably pleasant afterwards.
27446[Diary entry: 28 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 28th. The Old Town Gut was so high as to Wet us in crossing it, and when we came to...
27447[Diary entry: 28 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Reachd Jasper Rinkers about 38 Miles from Cresaps & 30 from Cox’s—not long ones.
27448[Diary entry: 28 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
28. Morning threatning but clear afterwards with the Wind fresh from the Northward.
27449[Diary entry: 27 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 27th. We got to Colo. Cresaps at the Old Town after calling at Fort Cumberland &...
27450[Diary entry: 27 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Got to the Old Town to Colo. Cresaps distant from Killams about 25 Miles.
27451[Diary entry: 27 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Lowering Morning, & Snowy Afternoon.
27452[Diary entry: 26 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
Munday 26th. Reachd Killams on George’s Creek where we met several Families going over the...
27453[Diary entry: 26 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. Came to Killams on Georges Creek.
27454[Diary entry: 26 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
26. Very clear, and Cold.
27455[Diary entry: 25 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 25th. I Set out early in order to see Lund Washington’s Land, but the Ground & trees being...
27456[Diary entry: 25 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
25. Reachd Hoglands at the great Crossing.
27457[Diary entry: 25 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
25. Very Windy all day, & snowing the first part of it. Cold.
27458[Diary entry: 24 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 24th. When we came to Stewards Crossing at Crawfords, the River was too high to Ford and...
27459[Diary entry: 24 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
24. Got to Captn. Crawfords—the Rivr. Youghyaughgane being very high.
27460[Diary entry: 24 November 1770] (Washington Papers)
24. First Raining, then Snowing all day.