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May it please your Excellency I have presum’d to trouble you again on the same Subject that I did...
1797 Feby 7 To Cash paid £9. March 21 Beef 107 lb. 15 d. 2. 4. May 12 2000 Herrings 18/ 1. 16. 50...
A Meteorological Account of the weather Kept at Mount Vernon 1797 Feby 26 in the Morning 38 S....
4March [1797] (Washington Papers)
1. Mercury at 24. Wind Westerly and cold all day. 2. Wind as yesterday; cloudy, cold & Raw all...
5[Diary entry: 4 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
4. Much such a day as yesterday in all respects. Mercury at 41.
I should derive particular satisfaction from General Washington’s acceptance of a brace of...
I have your most Esteemed favour of the 27th February by Mr Root now before me, and have the...
8[Diary entry: 5 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
5. Not unlike the two preceding days. M. at 50.
The multiplicity of business which occurred in the course of the last Session, particularly in...
10[Diary entry: 6 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
6. The wind Shifted to the No. Wt. and turned Cold M: 24.
Enclosed is the copy of a letter I wrote to you in answer to yours from Lancaster, & to that...
As preperation for your departure will not conveniently admit of your receiving any more visits,...
I will turn over your letter of the 13th instant to the President of the United States. You may...
Having been told you intend leaving Town tomorrow I have sent the Clod of Grass, together with a...
My Coach horses, having performed (faithfully & well) all the duties I have required of them,...
For your affectionate Address on my retireing from public life, I beg you to accept my grateful...
On the 11 th of Decr I wrote you a long letter; and intended before the close of the last Session...
Quoi que Les Circonstances m’aient Empechée de participer a toutes Les fettes publiques, ou Se...
Your favor of the 27th Ulto reached me in the forenoon, & the Salmon in the afternoon of the 3d...
20[Diary entry: 7 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
7. A hard No. Wt. [wind] all day. Hard frost this morning & but little [sun] all day—snowing at...
I send herewith the Seal you was pleased to commit to my Care—The time has been scarcely...
Pardon the liberty an unknown person, assumes, by calling you brother; we are so by nature,...
23[Diary entry: 8 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
8. Very thick morning with sprinkling rain clear afterwards with a brisk So. Westerly wind. Mer. 52.
I wrote You on 1st And since have Yours of 27 Ultimo with Mr Carters letter —I now beg leave to...
Your conduct during a six Years residence in my family, having been such as to meet my full...
26[Diary entry: 9 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
9. Wind changed to No. Wt. blew very hard & turned very cold. Mer. at 28. Left Phila. on my...
Thus far we have arrived safe, but found it disagreeably cold. To give the greater surety to the...
28[Diary entry: 10 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
10. Dined & lodged at Elkton. Tolerably pleasant all day. “At Elkton . . . Hollingsworth’s is a...
The General Assembly, which convened at East Greenwich on the twenty-seventh of February, having...
We arrived at this place to dinner and shall remain all night. To morrow we shall proceed but...
Like a true Woman (as you will think) in the Moment of Exultation, and on the first Impulse (for...
32[Diary entry: 11 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
11. Snowing from day light until 10 Oclock—in the Afternoon a little rain. Breakfasted at...
33[Diary entry: 12 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
12. Lowering, but tolerably pleasant. Breakfasted at Websters. Dined & lodged in Baltimore. Met &...
To partake of the prosperity arising from your unwearied attention to the Welfare of our...
Your favr of the 27th ulmo came to hand three days ago just when I was puting into the Office a...
As I ride on matters occur to me and I shall take the chance of mentioning them to you before you...
37[Diary entry: 13 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
13. Breakfasted at Spurriers & dined & lodged in Bladensburgh. Morning lowered but clear...
A number of the Inhabitants of this town & its Vicinity wish to have the pleasure of meeting you...
However as a citizen I may depricate the consequences of your retirement from the helm of our...
40[Diary entry: 14 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
14. Dined at Mr. Laws & lodged at Mr. Thos. Peters. Day warm. mr. laws : Thomas Law (1759–1834),...
The pressure of business in the last days of my administration, occasioned my dispatching the...
42[Diary entry: 15 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
15. Recd. the Compliments of the Citizens of George Town as I had done the day before of those of...
I have taken the liberty to introduce your August & immortal name in a short sentence (see Page...
I have before me your respected favers of the 9th, 10th & 12th inst. which have been received in...
45[Diary entry: 16 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
16. At home all day alone. Wind at East & very cloudy all day.
46[Diary entry: 17 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
17. Wind in the same place with rain from 10 oclock until 12—clear afterwards.
47[Diary entry: 18 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
18. Clear—with the Wind fresh from So. Wt. in the forenoon and at No. Wt. in the afternoon.
48[Diary entry: 19 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
19. Wind at No. Wt. and fresh after the morning continuing so all day & cold.
49[Diary entry: 20 March 1797] (Washington Papers)
20. Cool in the morning with the wind still at No. W. but very moderate afternoon.
I have the honor to enclose you a bill of Lading for the Articles ship’d on board the Sloop...