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1861 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 April 1769] 1769-04-21 21. Wind fresh from the No. West & very raw & cold all day—more moderate at Night.
1862 Washington, George Dayton, Elias From George Washington to Elias Dayton, 21 August 1783 1783-08-21 I inclose to your Care my Answer to the Address of the Magistracy and Inhabitants of the Borough...
1863 Washington, George Huntington, Jedediah George Washington to Brigadier General Jedediah … 1779-05-28 Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] May 28, 1779 . States that arrangement of the Army has been...
1864 Washington, George Knox, Henry From George Washington to Henry Knox, 19 June 1791 1791-06-19 My letter of the 15th inst. mentioned that I had not received any letters from you between the...
1865 Washington, George La Luzerne, Anne-César, chevalier de From George Washington to Anne-César, chevalier de La … 1782-12-24 I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your Excellency’s Letter of the 18th of this Month...
1866 Washington, George Washington, Lund From George Washington to Lund Washington, 15 October … 1775-10-15 Letter not found: to Lund Washington, 15 Oct. 1775. On 5 Nov. Lund Washington wrote to GW : “I...
1867 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 April 1772] 1772-04-17 17. Clear, & Cool in the forenoon wind at Northwest—Warmer afterwards.
1868 Washington, George Hamilton, Alexander From George Washington to Alexander Hamilton, 10 … 1791-10-10 Your letter of the 30th September enclosing a Contract entered into by the Collector of...
1869 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 October 1770] 1770-10-10 10. Having purchasd two Horses, and recoverd another which had been gone from me near 3 Years, I...
1870 Washington, George General Orders, 1 January 1776 1776-01-01 This day giving commencement to the new-army, which, in every point of View is entirely...
1871 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 May 1787] 1787-05-17 Thursday. 17th. Mr. Pinkney of So. Carolina coming in from New York and Mr. Rutledge being here...
1872 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 August 1772] 1772-08-14 14. Rid to the Ditchers at the Ferry and Mill. Mrs. Cox went away about 12 Oclock.
1873 Washington, George Jefferson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Jefferson, 24 April … 1794-04-24 The letter herewith enclosed came under cover to me in a packet from Mr Lear, accompanied with...
1874 Washington, George Rochambeau, Comte de George Washington to Comte de Rochambeau, 15 February … 1781-02-15 New Windsor [ New York ] February 15, 1781 . Makes proposal for a joint land and sea venture to...
1875 Washington, George Lovell, James From George Washington to James Lovell, 1 April 1782 1782-04-01 I thank you for the trouble you have taken in forwarding the intelligence which was enclosed in...
1876 Washington, George Harrison, Benjamin, Sr. From George Washington to Benjamin Harrison, Sr., 30 … 1783-04-30 I thank you very sincerely for your kind congratulations on the close of the War, & the glorious...
1877 Washington, George Gist, Mordecai From George Washington to Brigadier General Mordecai … 1780-04-02 Under the present situation of things it appears necessary to place the Maryland division under...
1878 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 June 1799] 1799-06-18 18. Morning calm & clear. Mer. at 74. So. Wt. wind afterwards. Mer. 91 at Noon & 84 at Night....
1879 Washington, George Advertisement for Williamsburg Area Plantations, 2 … 1767-04-02 T he subscriber would R ent , for a term of years, two P lantations , which he holds in right of...
1880 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 March 1775] 1775-03-08 8th. The above Gentlemen went away after Breakfast. Docter Craik came to Dinner & wt. away...
1881 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 January 1771] 1771-01-05 5. My Brother & Mr. Lawe. Washington set of for Frederick. I went a hunting with the two Mr....
1882 Washington, George Johnson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Johnson, 26 August … 1795-08-26 I discovered, after my letter of the 24 with its enclosure, was sent to the Post Office, that it...
1883 Washington, George Du Portail, Louis Le Bèque George Washington to Brigadier General Louis Le Bèque … 1779-07-27 West Point, July 27, 1779. Discusses appointment of officers in Company of Sappers and Miners. Df...
1884 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-09-19 I have recd your favr of the 17th and am exceedingly obliged to you for the intelligence it...
1885 Washington, George Hamilton, Alexander From George Washington to Alexander Hamilton, 16 … 1791-09-16 Whilst I was in Wilmington waiting breakfast to day, I made the best enquiry time & circumstances...
1886 Washington, George Greene, Nathanael From George Washington to Nathanael Greene, 31 October … 1781-10-31 I wrote you the 24th instant, which went on thro’ the Hands of Genl Sumner in No....
1887 Washington, George Willett, Marinus From George Washington to Marinus Willett, 20 January … 1783-01-20 Your Pay Mastr will inform you that besides the usual proportion of Cloathing, a number of...
1888 Washington, George United States Senate From George Washington to the United States Senate, 7 … 1792-03-07 I submit to your consideration the report of the Secretary of State which accompanies this,...
1889 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 June 1775] 1775-06-05 5. Raining more or less all day. Wind abt. No. Et.
1890 Washington, George An Acct.—of the Weather—in April [1769] 1769-04-01 Apl. 1st. Raining all the forenoon with but little Wind & weather warm. In the Afternoon it ceasd...