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As I grow no Tobacco, and probably never shall, I have it in contemplation to make some material...
Your wishes, respecting your Son George, I have communicated to the Secretary of the Navy;...
55483[Diary entry: 16 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
16. Morning calm. Mer. at 74. Wind brisk from the No. W. till the afternoon when it grew calm...
55484[Diary entry: 17 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
17. Morning clear—Wind at No. Wt. & Mer. at 72 and at night 78. Colonels Powell & Simms and Mr....
Your letter of the 12th instant is received, and I am obliged to you for the advice respecting...
55486[Diary entry: 18 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
18. Cloudy, with drippings now and then till about 4 oclock, when it commenced a constant slow...
Enclosed are Notes for two hogsheads of Tobacco—as below—Nanjemoy Warehouse, paid me for Rent. If...
(private) Sir, Philadelphia July 18, 1799. I am honoured with your letter of the 14th. La Fayette...
55489[Diary entry: 19 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
19. A good deal of rain fell in the Night and the ground made sufficiently wet. Morning heavy...
I was honored, in due Course of post, with your Favour of the 14th to which I should have replied...
55491[Diary entry: 20 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
20. Morning a little cloudy—Wind at No. Et. & Mer. at 66—at Night 74. Appearances of Rain. Mr....
Your letter of the 14 Inst. was received in due time, but as it was not in my power to transmit...
Letter not found: to Alexander Spotswood, 20 July 1799. On 25 July Spotswood wrote GW...
55494[Diary entry: 21 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
21. Morning cloudy—Wind at No. Et. and Mer. at 70. After One Oclk. several fine showers. Mer. 72...
Having received a printed letter myself, from the President & Directors of the Potomack Company...
Your favour of the 22d Ulto got to my hands yesterday, only. It came safe, and without any...
55497[Diary entry: 22 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
22. Morning clear—Wind still at No. Et. & Mer. at 68. Serene all day. Mer. 74 at Night. Mr. Law...
Letter not found: from Richard Kidder Meade, 22 July 1799. On 12 Aug. GW wrote Meade that he...
Sir—I Can Now inform you Captn Macnemara has had my Witness[’]s affedev. gaven in to Mr Hay for...
55500[Diary entry: 23 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
23. Morning clear with but little Wind all day. Mer. 68 in the Morning—80 at highest & 76 at...
55501[Diary entry: 24 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
24. Morning perfectly clear. Mer. at 68 and a light breeze from the Eastward. Calm afterwards....
I have received your letter of the 19th inst. enclosing recommendns of sundry persons in Kanhawa...
I take the liberty to transmit you a duplicate of a letter sent to the Honble the Secretary of...
When your letter of the 26 Ulto reached this place, I was abroad in the Western territory, but...
55505[Diary entry: 25 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
25. Very little wind and very warm—but being unwell, no acct. was taken of the Mer. Visited by...
Much rain last week and some other matters prevented my Sending to the post office until last...
55507[Diary entry: 26 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
26. Mer. at 74 in the Morning—85 at highest & 84 at Night. Doctr. Craik went away after breakft.
Letter not found: from William Vans Murray, 26 July 1799. On 26 Oct. GW wrote Murray : “Within...
55509[Diary entry: 27 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
27. Morning calm. Mer. at 76. Calm all day. Mer. 88 at highest & 85 at Night.
Recollecting that you had some doubt, at the last General Meeting of the Potomack Company,...