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47491[Diary entry: 4 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
4. Lord Sterling & Captn. Foy set out after Breakfast for the Northward thro Alexa. to which...
47492[Diary entry: 4 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
4. A little Cool, but not frozen in the Morning. Clear, calm & pleasant afterwards.
47493[Diary entry: 3 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
3. In the Afternoon Mr. Ben Dulany came here. The other Gentlemen continued all day here.
47494[Diary entry: 3 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
3. Clear with the Wind pretty fresh first from the Southwest, & then from the Northwest. But...
47495[Diary entry: 2 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
2. Doctr. Rumney went away after Breakfast. Lord Sterling & Captn. Foy with Colo. Fairfax came to...
47496[Diary entry: 2 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
2. Calm & very pleasant in the Forenoon with Wind, Clouds, & Rain from the Southward & Eastward...
Letter not found: to George William Fairfax, 2 Jan. 1773. On 19 Jan. 1773 GW wrote to Fairfax :...
47498[Diary entry: 1 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
Jany. 1st. Dined at Belvoir and returnd in the Afternoon. Found Mr. Grafton Dulany, Mr. Ben....
47499[Diary entry: 1 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
Jany. [1.] Calm, clear, & exceeding pleasant.
Mr Muir has sent me an Account of the Charges on the protested Bill which has run up very high....
My whole attention being now fixed upon preparing for my trip to England . . . I find I can’t...
47502Memorandum List of Quitrents, 1772 (Washington Papers)
1772 . “A List of Lands belonging to Geo: Washington in the Northern Neck—on wch Quit-rents...
47503[December 1772] (Washington Papers)
Decr. 1st. At home all day a Writing to Williamsburg. Most of GW’s two days of writing was in...
47504Acct. of the Weather in Dec. [1772] (Washington Papers)
Decr. 1st. Cloudy & like for Falling weather; being also Cold. 2. Clear in the forenoon but...
47505Cash Accounts, December 1772 (Washington Papers)
Cash Decr 5— To Ditto [cash] recd for old Silver £  0.16. 0 8— To Ditto recd from Armisteads...
47506[Diary entry: 31 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
31. Mr. Magowan came here Yesterday in the Afternoon & this day with Messrs. Carr & Addison went...
47507[Diary entry: 31 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
31. Calm, Clear, & pleasant all day.
On the 20th of November from Williamsburg I advisd you of two Bills I had just drawn on you,...
47509[Diary entry: 30 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
30. Went a Hunting but found nothing. Messrs. Addison & Carr dining here—as did Mr. Manley.
47510[Diary entry: 30 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
30. Calm and pleasant in the Morning. A good deal of Wind from the Westward afterwards.
47511[Diary entry: 29 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
29. Doctr. Rumney stayed all day & Night. To Dinner Came Mr. Wren, Mr. Carr, & Mr. Addison the...
47512[Diary entry: 29 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
29. Clear, Calm, & pleasant all day with but little Wind.
47513[Diary entry: 28 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
28. Went out a hunting. Found a fox back of Captn. Darrells & killd it. Doctr. Rumney & a Lieutt....
47514[Diary entry: 28 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
28. Calm and very pleasant Morning. Wind pretty fresh from the So. West afterwards.
47515[Diary entry: 27 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
27. At home all day. Mr. Tilghman went away after Breakfast.
47516[Diary entry: 27 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
27. Raining this day also with variable Winds which sometimes was pretty fresh from the No. West.
47517[Diary entry: 26 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
26th. At home all day with Mr. Tilghman.
47518[Diary entry: 26 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
26. More or less Rain all day with the Wind Easterly.
I Received yours of the 18 of this instant by the hand of Mr Crawford and I am a Greable to your...
47520[Diary entry: 25 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
25. Went to Pohick Church and returnd to Dinner. Found Mr. Tilghman here.
47521[Diary entry: 25 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
25. Moderate, & tolerably clear in the forenoon. Afternoon Lowering with a good deal of Rain in...
47522[Diary entry: 24 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
24. At home all day. After breakfast Mr. Buckner went away as Colo. Fairfax did after Dinr.
47523[Diary entry: 24 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
24. But little Wind, & that Easterly with Rain more or less all Day.
47524[Diary entry: 23 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
23. Went a Hunting but found nothing. In the Evening Colo. Fairfax came. On this day Baldwin...
47525[Diary entry: 23 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
23. Wind pretty fresh from the Northwest but not Cold.
Pursuant to an order of Council, hereunto annexed, I am, through the channel of your Gazette, to...
47527[Diary entry: 22 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
22. Returnd home early in the Morning, & went up to Alexa. to Court. Came back in the Aftern. The...
47528[Diary entry: 22 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
22. Wind Southerly and pleasant, being clear.
47529[Diary entry: 21 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
21. The whole went over to Mr. Digges’s. Mrs. Washington, myself &ca. went with them & stayd all...
47530[Diary entry: 21 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
21. Exceeding pleasant with but little Wind from the Southwd. & Clear.
Letter not found: to James Hill, 21 Dec. 1772. On 5 Feb. 1773 Hill wrote to GW : “I recd your...
47532[Diary entry: 20 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
20. All the above Company here all day.
47533[Diary entry: 20 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
20. Much such a day as yesterday, but not quite so wet & bad.
47534[Diary entry: 19 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
19. Mr. William Digges & his four Daughters came as also a Mr. B. Buckner who bot. Flour of me....
47535[Diary entry: 19 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
19. Misting Raining, & Foggy all day with but little Wind.
I received yours covering the Deeds and Bonds, which I have examined, and find right, except the...
I will pay you the Sum of Four hundred pounds which my Nephew Informs me he is to give you for...
47538[Diary entry: 18 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
18 Mr. Boucher, his Wife & Sister came to Dinner. The sister may be Mrs. Boucher’s sister Ann...
47539[Diary entry: 18 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
18. Wind Eastwardly & Raining more or less all day.
I send my Carriage up but cannot undertake to promise for the Horses bringing you down, as two of...