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47881Acct. of the Weather in Mar. [1773] (Washington Papers)
March 1st. Snowing all the forenoon—Wind being at No. East, which shifting to the No. West blew...
47882Cash Accounts, March 1773 (Washington Papers)
Cash Mar.  1— To Ditto [cash] recd from Alexr Fryer for Rent £  6.15. 0 To Ditto recd for Wm...
47883[Diary entry: 31 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
31. Mr. Herbert & Mr. Milner, also Mr. Digges went away before Breakfast—Mr. Dulany continuing.
47884[Diary entry: 31 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
31. Clear and pleasant with very little Wind.
47885[Diary entry: 30 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
30. Went a hunting again. Found Nothing. Colo. Fairfax & Mr. Lan. Lee—also Mr. Herbert & Mr....
47886[Diary entry: 30 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
30. Lowering all day with some Rain about Noon—the Wind being pretty fresh from the Southward.
I intended to have had a little further conversation with you on the subject of the Florida...
47888[Diary entry: 29 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
29. Went a hunting with those Gentlemen. Found a Fox by Thos. Baileys & had it killd by Cur Dogs...
47889[Diary entry: 29 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
29. Clear, Calm, and very Warm.
Letter not found: from Robert McMickan, 29 Mar. 1773. On 14 June GW wrote McMickan : “Your...
47891[Diary entry: 28 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
28th. Went with Mr. Dulany, and Mr. Digges, &ca. to Dine with Mr. Benj. Dulany at Mrs. Frenchs....
47892[Diary entry: 28 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
28. But little Wind and that Southerly. Weather clear & very Warm.
47893[Diary entry: 27 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
27. Returnd home to Breakfast. Mr. Loyd Dulany, and Mr. Geo. Digges with me, at home all the...
47894[Diary entry: 27 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
27. Wind still at No. West, but not much of it. Weather Clear and pleasant.
47895[Diary entry: 26 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
26. Ditto—Ditto.
47896[Diary entry: 26 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
26. Raining ceasd, but the Wind continued to blow very hard at No. West, till Night.
47897[Diary entry: 25 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
25. At Mr. Digges’s all day.
47898[Diary entry: 25 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
25th. The Wind having shifted in the Night to No. and No. Westerly, their came on a Most violent...
Mr Wood the bearer of this is a Gentleman of Virginia upon a Tour to Florida—He proposes before...
47900[Diary entry: 24 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
24. At home with those Gentlemen til the Evening when we went to Mr. Digges’s again. Mr. Ben....
47901[Diary entry: 24 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
24. Calm, and Clear in the forenoon—lowering afterwards with the Wind at No. East and pretty fresh.
47902[Diary entry: 23 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
23. Went over to Mr. Wm. Digges’s to Dinner, to Meet Govr. Eden who with Mr. Calvert Mr. Digges,...
47903[Diary entry: 23 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
23. Clear and pleasant with very little Wind, and that Southerly.
I expect Govr Eden, and some Gentlemen from Maryland here this afternoon —If you are disengaged,...
47905[Diary entry: 22 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
22. At Home this day also—alone.
47906[Diary entry: 22 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
22. Raining all the forenoon with the Wind fresh from the No. West. Afternoon clear with less...
I am very sorry to inform you that we have very slow sale for flour at this time, owing to the...
47908[Diary entry: 21 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
21. At Home all day alone.
47909[Diary entry: 21 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
21. Wind at North East and Raining more or less all day—in the Evening fast as it had done the...
47910[Diary entry: 20 March 1773] (Washington Papers)
20. Rid to the Ferry, Mill & Doeg Run Plantations—also to the Mill.