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27411 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 August 1763] 1763-08-15 15. Sowed Turnips at Muddy hole.
27412 Washington, George [Diary entry: 26 May 1796] 1796-05-26 26. Wind in the same place with constant rain till abt. 4 oclock when it ceased & began at Night.
27413 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 January 1790] 1790-01-23 Saturday 23d. Went with Mrs. Washington in the Forenoon to see the Paintings of Mr. Jno. Trumbull.
27414 Washington, George General Orders, 17 June 1777 1777-06-17 The Surgeon General is to give passes to all persons belonging to his department. Two officers,...
27415 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 February 1772] 1772-02-16 16. Ditto—Ditto.
27416 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 September 1770] 1770-09-05 5. At Home all day playing Cards.
27417 Washington, George Clinton, James From George Washington to Brigadier General James … 1779-02-22 Inclosed you have a Copy of the arrangement of the New York line as transmitted to me by the...
27418 Washington, George Carlile, John From George Washington to John Carlile, 25 April 1781 1781-04-25 You will furnish a prudent discreet officer & 20 Men to impress Teams for the transportation of...
27419 Washington, George Rochambeau, Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur … From George Washington to Jean-Baptiste Donatien de … 1780-11-27 I am much obliged to your Excellency for the interesting pariculars you do me the honor to...
27420 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 June 1772] 1772-06-13 13. At home all day. Doctr. Rumney Dined here & returnd in the Afternoon. J. P. Custis returnd to...
27421 Washington, George Mercer, Hugh From George Washington to Brig. Gen. Hugh Mercer, 15 … 1776-10-15 Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Hugh Mercer, 15 Oct. 1776. On 16 Oct. Mercer wrote to GW : “Your...
27422 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 November 1770] 1770-11-02 2. Hunting the most part of the day. The Canoe went up abt. 5 Miles further.
27423 Washington, George [Diary entry: 24 April 1786] 1786-04-24 Monday 24th. A good deal of rain having fallen in the Night, and it continuing to do so till...
27424 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 September 1772] 1772-09-10 10. At Mr. Digges’s all day. Miss Calverts came, & returnd in the afternoon.
27425 Washington, George Embree & Shotwell From George Washington to Embree & Shotwell, 15 March … 1789-03-15 I wrote to you on the 28th of January, according to the terms upon which you proposed to procure...
27426 Washington, George Alexander, William Lord Stirling From George Washington to William Lord Stirling … 1782-12-25 I have recd your favor of the 18th—and take the liberty to trouble you with a Line for Col....
27427 Washington, George Potter, James From George Washington to Brigadier General James … 1777-11-11 I do not wish you to hurry the March of the Militia mentiond in my former Letter. on the...
27428 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 January 1799] 1799-01-17 17. Clear & calm in the Morning & a white frost. Mer. 30 in the Morning & 40 at Night. Clear all...
27429 Washington, George Huntington, Samuel From George Washington to Samuel Huntington, 22 July … 1780-07-22 The Committee has done me the honor to communicate a copy of their letter of the 18th to Congress...
27430 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 September 1797] 1797-09-10 10. Clear & Cool Wind at No. Et. Mer. 68. Mr. Jno. Bassett—wife & 3 Childn. came here to Dinnr....
27431 Washington, George General Orders, 27 October 1779 1779-10-27 The General Court Martial whereof Col. Starr is President is dissolved, and another ordered to...
27432 Washington, George Lewis, Robert From George Washington to Robert Lewis, 15 October 1791 1791-10-15 Enclosed is a letter for Mr Muse, requesting him to put my papers into your hands, and to give...
27433 Washington, George Circular to the States, 29 December 1777 1777-12-29 I take the liberty of transmitting you the inclosed Return, which contains a State of such of the...
27434 Washington, George General Orders, 5 January 1776 1776-01-05 The Majors of Brigade, to order the Adjutants to be exact, and punctual, in making their Weekly...
27435 Washington, George General Orders, 9 March 1777 1777-03-09 Varick transcript , DLC:GW .
27436 Washington, George Lear, Tobias From George Washington to Tobias Lear, 3 October 1790 1790-10-03 Your letters of the 22d Ulto came safe. I wish the information given by Mr Danl Parker to Doctr...
27437 Washington, George [Diary entry: 25 March 1770] 1770-03-25 25. Clear, calm, warm and pleasant in the Evening. The Wind blew pretty fresh from the Southward.
27438 Washington, George Cash Accounts, August 1768 1768-08-01 Cash Augt 20— To Cash of Far[re]l Littleton for Mr Jno. Washington £10. 0. 0 To Ditto won at...
27439 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 June 1770] 1770-06-22 22. Dined at the Club and went to the Play after meeting the Associates at the Capitol. On this...
27440 Washington, George [Diary entry: 29 March 1762] 1762-03-29 29. Engagd my Ferriage at Fredksburg. by the Year of Mr. Jas. Hunter. James Hunter, Jr....
27441 Washington, George Laurens, Henry From George Washington to Henry Laurens, 12 September … 1778-09-12 A few days ago I wrote, in haste, a Letter to you by Major Morris, and took the liberty of...
27442 Washington, George Knox, Henry George Washington to Brigadier General Henry Knox, 22 … 1780-11-22 [ Preakness, New Jersey ] November 22, 1780 . Orders Knox to prepare artillery to cover passage...
27443 Washington, George Jefferson, Thomas From George Washington to Thomas Jefferson, 2 December … 1793-12-02 I am very well satisfied with the train things are in. You will recollect that the Proclamation,...
27444 Washington, George General Orders, 4 April 1780 1780-04-04 The proper season being arrived, it is to be hoped the weather will soon admit of a regular...
27445 Washington, George Laurens, Henry From George Washington to Henry Laurens, 21 May 1778 1778-05-21 General McIntosh will have the honor to deliver you this. He is now on his way to take the...
27446 Washington, George Fauquier, Francis From George Washington to Francis Fauquier, 5 August … 1758-08-05 To Governor Fauquier Honble Sir Fort Cumberld Camp 5th August 1758. Your favour of the 20th Ulto...
27447 Washington, George Heath, William From George Washington to Major General William Heath … 1778-07-03 I received your favor of the 22d Ultimo by the hands of Captain Horton. It is a melancholly...
27448 Washington, George Howe, Robert From George Washington to Major General Robert Howe, 22 … 1779-09-22 I am favd with yours of yesterday with its inclosures. Capt. Willings confinement is by way of...
27449 Washington, George Orderly Book, 23 November 1758 1758-11-23 Morning Orders November 23d 1758 Any Soldier who fires his piece without his Officers orders...
27450 Washington, George Potter, James From George Washington to Brigadier General James … 1777-11-24 I thank you for your Favor of this date & for the intelligence it contained. You will continue...
27451 Washington, George Sinclair, John From George Washington to John Sinclair, 31 December … 1795-12-31 Since I had the honor of writing to you last, which, I believe, was by Mr Strickland, I have been...
27452 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 June 1788] 1788-06-08 Sunday 8th. Thermometer at 72 in the Morning—70 at Noon and 69 at Night. A very heavy Shower of...
27453 Washington, George Orders, 24–25 August 1756 1756-08-24 LB , DLC:GW .
27454 Washington, George Varick, Richard From George Washington to Richard Varick, 1 January … 1784-01-01 From the moment I left the City of New York until my arrival at this place, I have been so much...
27455 Washington, George Greene, William From George Washington to William Greene, 7 August 1781 1781-08-07 His Excellency Count de Rochambeau informs me that he has received letters from Brigr General de...
27456 Washington, George Acct. of the Weather—in October [1769] 1769-10-01 Octr. 1. Clear, Wind being fresh from the No. West till the Evening. 2. Wind fresh from the...
27457 Washington, George Livingston, William From George Washington to William Livingston, 23 March … 1781-03-23 I was honored on my return from Rhode Island, with Your Excellencys Letter of the 1st Inst....
27458 Washington, George Dayton, Elias From George Washington to Colonel Elias Dayton, 26 July … 1777-07-26 By a Letter received this Morning from Lord Stirling of the 22d Inst., I find he intends to...
27459 Washington, George Morris, Gouverneur From George Washington to Gouverneur Morris, 9 July … 1782-07-09 Your letter for Mr Elliott, went into New York a few days since by the Comy of Prisoners, who is...
27460 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 June 1796] 1796-06-16 16. Thick heavy Morning & heavy Showers of Rain in the afternoon.