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The tender concern you shew to the distressed is sufficiently exemplifyed in the case of Mrs...
The last Northern Mail brot me your favour of the 24th Instt. As the tin box therein mentioned,...
27703[Diary entry: 18 January 1787] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 18th. Mercury at 34 in the Morning—55 at Noon and 47 at Night. The Morning was...
27704[Diary entry: 26 September 1765] (Washington Papers)
26. Began to get fodder at Doegs Run & River Plantn.—rather too dry.
27705[Diary entry: 25 July 1771] (Washington Papers)
25. Dined at Colo. Lewis’s & went to the Play. The American Company of Comedians had been...
I am apprehensive, that by some mistake or other, my Letter of the 24th Ulto and the Duplicate...
As you are retiring from the Office of Quarter Master General; and have requested my sense of...
27708[Diary entry: 21 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
21. Began to cross gd. at Muddy hole & the Mill—having Run only a single furrow for a list.
Your final resolution being taken, I shall delay no longer to give my ideas to the Commissioners...
27710[Diary entry: 31 July 1761] (Washington Papers)
Friday July 31st. Sowd Turnips—upon which fell a heavy Rain immediately—so that they were neither...
27711General Orders, 2 February 1778 (Washington Papers)
A General Court Martial to sit tomorrow 9 oClock A.M. whereof Coll Wigglesworth is appointed...
On the 20th I received Your Letter of the 4th and was exceedingly sorry to find that you had been...
27713[Diary entry: 19 February 1774] (Washington Papers)
19. Pleasant and Warm in the Morning—after much Rain. Afternoon windy from the No. West but not...
Hurry of business has prevented my having the pleasure of acknowledging sooner the receipt of...
Mr Johnston delivered me your favour of yesterday, and a map of the Land—formerly Lord...
27716[Diary entry: 5 July 1768] (Washington Papers)
5. Warm & Cloudy—with appearances of Rain. Wind Southwardly. The Afternoon, & Evening Cool.
27717[Diary entry: 2 August 1787] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 2d. Dined at Mr. Morris’s—drank Tea—and spent the evening there.
27718[Diary entry: 16 June 1774] (Washington Papers)
16. Clear in the forenoon with a little Rain in the Afternoon.
I lay before you, for your consideration, a treaty which has been negociated and concluded on,...
Your Letter of the 30th of March to Colo. Fairfax, never came to my hands (as his Attorney in...
Your letter of the 9th was handed to me yesterday—enclosing one from Colo. Deakins, and a Tobacco...
Letter not found: to Battaile Muse, 27 Oct. 1785. In the Thomas Birch’s Sons catalog no. 683,...
Your letter of the 27th Ulto came duly to hand, but company and other occurrences have with-held...
As I am perswaded that the letters, of which the inclosed are copies, never reached your hands, I...
27725[Diary entry: 13 October 1774] (Washington Papers)
13. Much such a day as yesterday.
27726General Orders, 15 August 1778 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW . On this date GW’s aide-de-camp Richard Kidder Meade wrote Brig. Gen....
27727General Orders, 9 March 1783 (Washington Papers)
For the day tomorrow Major Porter. For duty the 2d Massachusetts regiment. The Commander in chief...
27728[Diary entry: 13 September 1799] (Washington Papers)
13. Morning clear—wind Southerly. Mer. at 76—at highest 84 and at Night 76. Wind Southerly &...
27729[Diary entry: 10 July 1795] (Washington Papers)
10. Very sultry, with little or no Wind.
27730[Diary entry: 30 October 1769] (Washington Papers)
30. Set out on my Journey to Williamsburg & reached Colo. Henry Lees to a Late Dinner. Governor...
27731[Diary entry: 3 April 1775] (Washington Papers)
3. Mr. Wilper went away. Mr. Magowan & self walkd into the Neck.
It was with very great pleasure I received from your own pen, an acct of the agreeable, & happy...
I shall communicate such directions as have occurred to me since I left Mount Vernon, and are...
Enclosed is a bill of lading for Ten Barrls of Shad, and Forty Barrls of Herrings which you will...
Letter not found: to John J. Pringle, 28 Sept. 1789. On 30 Oct. Pringle wrote to GW: “I have had...
27736[Diary entry: 22 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
22. Constant Rain all last Night, and all this day, with the Wind at East.
In acknowledging the receipt of your letter of the 1st inst. and expressing my sincere wishes...
Your skipper, Mr Jno. Whitney, has delivered me eight hundred bushels of oats agreeably to the...
Your letter of the 16t Ulto came duly to hand and I must beg you to accept of my thanks for your...
27740[Diary entry: 1 January 1798] (Washington Papers)
1. Much rain fell last night & a thick fog, with a Southerly Wind continued all the forenoon,...
27741[Diary entry: 18 April 1771] (Washington Papers)
18. Calm and Cloudy in the Morng. then high Wind from the So. West after that at So. Et. with Rain.
I have, I think, seen your name mentioned as President of the Society of the Cincinnati in the...
27743[Diary entry: 8 February 1787] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 8th. Mercury at 27 in the Morning—30 at Noon and 30 at Night. The Wind which had been at...
27744[Diary entry: 30 June 1774] (Washington Papers)
30. At home all day alone except Mr. Peake coming here in the Afternoon.
27745[Diary entry: 15 July 1771] (Washington Papers)
15. Something Cooler in the forenoon with Rain. Afternoon Warm.
27746[Diary entry: 27 September 1785] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 27th. Thermometer at 57 in the Morng. 59 at Noon and 62 at Night. Wind fresh from the No....
I have been honored with Your Excellency’s favors of the 30th of April and 4th of this month. The...
Letter not found: to George Augustine Washington, 17 Dec. 1790. In a letter to GW, dated 28 Dec....
27749[Diary entry: 5 October 1787] (Washington Papers)
Friday 5th. Thermometer at 50 in the Morning—70 at Noon and 67 at Night. Clear all day with the...
I was in hope that by Garrisoning the Forts with part of the Militia, we should have been able to...