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101[Diary entry: 26 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
26. Clear and Warm. Wind Southerly but not fresh.
102[Diary entry: 27 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
27. Dined at the City Tavern & spent the Evening at my own Lodgings. GW, Philip Schuyler, Thomas Mifflin, Silas Deane, Lewis Morris, and Samuel Adams were named a committee to “to consider of ways and means to supply these colonies with Ammunition and military stores and to report immediately” ( JCC Worthington Chauncey Ford et al., eds. Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789 . 34...
103[Diary entry: 27 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
27. Clear and very Sultry. Wind still Southerly.
104[Diary entry: 28 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
28. Rid out to the Provence Island & dind there in Compy. with sevl. other Gentlemen.
105[Diary entry: 28 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
28. Clear and warm. Wind pretty fresh from the South.
106[Diary entry: 29 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
29. Dined at the City Tavern. Spent the Evening in my own Room.
107[Diary entry: 29 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
29. Warm with some appearances of Rain but none fell.
108[Diary entry: 30 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
30. Dined at Mr. Mease’s, & after setting a while with the Boston Gentlemen retird to my own Room. boston gentlemen : GW is referring to the Massachusetts delegates to Congress.
109[Diary entry: 30 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
30. Lowering all day & warm. Wind fresh from the So[uth]ward.
110[Diary entry: 31 May 1775] (Washington Papers)
31. Dined with Mr. Jno. Rutlidge. Spent the Evening in my Chambers. John Rutledge (1739–1800) was the elder of two Rutledge brothers representing South Carolina in the Continental Congress at this time. He had served in the South Carolina House of Commons for a number of years and in the Stamp Act Congress in 1765. During the Revolution Rutledge was president of South Carolina 1776–78,...