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It has been agreed, on the part of the United States, that a treaty or conference shall be held,...
32052General Orders, 27 May 1783 (Washington Papers)
For the day tomorrow Brigr Genl Stark B. Qr Mr 3d Massa. Brigade The 1st York regt gives the...
32053[Diary entry: 22 July 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 22d. Left town by 5 Oclock, breakfasted at General Mifflins—rode up to the Spring Mills...
Fredericksburg [ New York ] November 20, 1778 . Sends instructions regarding escort of Convention...
32055[Diary entry: 15 March 1769] (Washington Papers)
15. Out again with many People attending.
Your private letter of the 22d came safe—The reduced state of our Brigades—the deranged situation...
A little advanced of this, yesterday afternoon, I met an Express with the letters herewith...
32058General Orders, 5 June 1779 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW . GW’s aide-de-camp Richard Kidder Meade received money from Maj....
I have had the honor to receive your Excellency’s letter of the 5th of November, enclosing a...
32060[Diary entry: 18 October 1771] (Washington Papers)
18. Went into the Neck & run some Lines there. Captn. Crawford came in the Afternoon.
Your kind Congratulations on my Appointment, & Arrival demand my warmest Acknowledgements, and...
The advantages which result from a state of peace & amity (preserved upon respectable conditions)...
32063[Diary entry: 30 June 1795] (Washington Papers)
30. Do. Do. Cloudy forenoon. Rain after.
I have lately been obliged to make so large a temporary detachment, that it becomes indispensibly...
32065[Diary entry: 20 February 1771] (Washington Papers)
20. Rid to my Mill. Colo. Thos. Lee came here to Dinner. My Bro. & Mr. Thompson a Ducking.
Captains Gawen Brown and John Langdon and Lieut. William Davis of Colo. Henry Jackson’s Regiment...
I am just favord with your Letter of the 24 July informing me of your Exchange on which occasion...
From the Representation you have made to me that the Army can not be furnished with Forage on the...
From the Representation you have made to me that the Army can not be furnishd with Forage on the...
32070[Diary entry: 9 November 1774] (Washington Papers)
9. At home all day.
By the Express which I sent to Philadelphia a few days ago I wrote you a few hasty lines —I have...
By certain intelligence just received, the Enemy’s Fleet left Sandy Hook Yesterday Morning and...
32073[Diary entry: 2 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
2. Clear in the forenoon but Cloudy & cold afterwards.
Monsr Coudré is just arrived at Camp, and proposes to set out to Morrow for Philadelphia. What...
32075October [1787] (Washington Papers)
October 1st. Thermometer at 56 in the Morning—64 at Noon and 62 at Night—Cloudy in the Morning...
I have received your favour of the 6th —Before this I suppose you have received marching orders...
32077[Diary entry: 20 July 1795] (Washington Papers)
20. After doing business with the Comrs. of the fedl. City I proceeded on my journey & got home...
32078General Orders, 15 September 1777 (Washington Papers)
The whole line, while it continues unseperated, is to furnish 600 men properly officered, for...
I do myself the honor of inclosing a New York paper of the 8th which gives a more particular...
Your Favours of the 7th 8th & 12 Instant are all duly received. The Destination of the New Raised...
32081[Diary entry: 27 October 1769] (Washington Papers)
27. Much such a day as the former there being but little Wind & that Southwardly.
To His Excellency, the Right Honble John Earl of Dunmore, His Majestys Lieutt, & Govr General of...
32083[Diary entry: 28 January 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 28th. Mercury at 26 in the Morning—36 at Noon and 32 at Night. Wind Westerly all day, and...
32084[Diary entry: 12 December 1795] (Washington Papers)
12. Rain, with the Wind at East.
I have just received your Letter of the 29th Ult. and have to inform you; that at the same time I...
I am much obliged to your Excellency for your letter of the 10th. of January, giving me an...
I have been favoured with your Letter of the 21st Instant. I have not received General Du...
The number of Officers who are absent from the Connecticut line on the recruiting service & for...
32089[Diary entry: 4 May 1785] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 4th. Mercury at 56 in the Morning 59 at Noon and 64 at Night. Raining until 7 O’clock,...
Your favr of yesterday reached me in the Evening. I only arrived here the day before, and have...
Your favours of the 24th of April 29th July and first of December now lye before me, and I coud...
I wish to see you here the day after tomorrow morning at furthest to consult you on a matter of...
Your favor of the 12th Instt came safe to my hands & gave me sincere pleasure; as it encouraged a...
I take the liberty of enclosing a letter from Colo. Parker to Mr Lear, in which he requests that...
I have just recd an Express from Philada informing me that a large Fleet was seen off Sinepuxent...
32096[Diary entry: 15 July 1768] (Washington Papers)
15. Cloudy Morning & drizling & rainy Afternoon—with wind westwardly. Note this Rain continued...
32097[The Weather] [April 1760] (Washington Papers)
1. Clear, No. West Wind—a little Cool. 2. So[uther]ly drying Wind & Warm. 3. Do. and fresh, with...
Two Brigades commanded by Brigadiers General Nixon and Patterson have been ordered to march...
Yesterday afternoon, I had the honour to receive your Favours of the 30th Ulto with their...
I have been duly honored & gratefully affected with the receipt of the Resolution of the Visitors...