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47491Report and Remarks, 3 April 1781 (Washington Papers)
Report of a Committee of Congress, with General Washington’s remarks, at their request. Report....
You will be pleased to consider yourself under the command of Major General Sullivan—and to...
Having been informed that Major Genl Gates is now in Philadelphia, & being now about to make my...
47494[Diary entry: 5–6 June 1764] (Washington Papers)
5. Got one load of Hay from Peach Orchard weight 1483 lbs. 6. Got the rest in viz. 1979 3462
I was not till last Evening honored with your Letter of the 3d of this Month, accompanied by one...
47496[Diary entry: 21 August 1774] (Washington Papers)
21. At home all day. Mr. Moylan, Doctr. Craik, & Mr. Fitzgerald Dind here. The latter went away....
Yours of last evening reached me at day break this morning. The Continental troops will march...
Your two favs. of the 30th last month reached me last Night. I cannot say, but I was a good deal...
Letter not found: to Francis Willis, Jr., 8 May 1774. Willis wrote GW on 15 May : “I have likewis...
In pursuance of the order of the late Congress, Treaties between the United States, and several...
In consequence of the authority vested in me by Congress of “directing and superintending the...
47502General Orders, 22 June 1783 (Washington Papers)
When the Troops move off the Ground a surgeon or Mate will remain with the sick of each regiment...
The Baron Steuben will have the Honor of delivering you this. I do not know particularly, the...
By a letter which I have lately had the honor to receive from Dr Franklin at Philada, I am...
47505[Diary entry: 30 November 1771] (Washington Papers)
30. Left of Planting the ground being two hard froze having planted Rows beginning to reckon from...
I have been duly favoured with yours of the 6th. I regret much the tardiness of the militia, as...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] April 28, 1780 . Discusses deficiencies of Army. Instructs Howe to “set...
47508[Diary entry: 19 July 1781] (Washington Papers)
19th. The Enemys Shipping run down the river, and left the Navigation of it above once more free...
Impressed with a lively sense of your Merits and wishing to give a proof of my favorable opinion...
I have been favored with your several Letters of the 23d 24th 25th and 27th of Febry. It gives me...
I am grieved to find that Mr Short was, on the 22d of April, without his Comn & Instructions —and...
47512[Diary entry: 28 October 1768] (Washington Papers)
28. Went into the Pond with Colo. Lewis Majr. Riddick & Jno. Washington & at Night went to the...
I have had the Honor of receiving your Excellency’s Favor of the 23d Inst. from Hartford. It...
47514General Orders, 8 September 1780 (Washington Papers)
For the Day Tomorrow Brigadier General Huntington Colonel Cilley Lieutenant Colonel Dearborn...
I have given the correspondence between you and Mr Van Berckel respecting the suspension of the...
47516[Diary entry: 29 July 1786] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 29th. Mercury at 68 in the morning—74 at Noon and 71 at Night. Wind Northwardly and...
For reasons that will be obvious to you, it is thought the publication of the inclosed address...
Among the number of Letters which I am continually receiving & the multiplicity of papers which...
47519General Orders, 7 November 1782 (Washington Papers)
DLC : Papers of George Washington.
It was with the most sincere pleasure, that I was informed by your Majesty’s highly-esteemed...
In compliance with the resolve of Congress—contained in your letter of the 25th Ult.—I have the...
The information contained in your letter of the 3d instant was highly grateful to me. Such...
When I wrote you last, I was in high hopes of being by this time at the head a large party...
I was yesterday favored with your Letter of the 25th. I am much obliged by the intelligence you...
47525[Diary entry: 13 February 1760] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday Feby. 13th. A fresh gale So. continued the whole day with clear and Warm Sun. Visited...
A letter from you to General Heath inclosing a Petition from the Officers taken at Princetown,...
I was duly favored with your letter of yesterday. The six soldiers, who were of the party that...
I mentioned to you my Intention to submit the Complaints of the Officers against the Contract for...
47529[Diary entry: 13 May 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday. 13th. About 8 Oclock Mr. Corbin and myself set out, and dined at Chester (Mrs. Withy’s)...
47530[Diary entry: 27 June 1773] (Washington Papers)
27. The two Miss Calverts went up to Church. Mr. Calvert came over to Dinner & stayd all Night as...
47531[Diary entry: 6 March 1768] (Washington Papers)
6. Ground & snow hard froze. Clear, Wind Northwardly.
47532February 1786 (Washington Papers)
Wednesday first. Thermometer at in the Morng.— at Noon and at Night. Ground very hard froze, Wind...
In my Letter of the 5th in Answer to your’s of the 22d Ulto, I mentioned, that it was not our...
I had scarce reachd Williamsburg, before an express was after me with news of the French &...
47535[Diary entry: 24 October 1773] (Washington Papers)
24. At Colo. Bassetts all [day].
47536[Diary entry: 3 June 1768] (Washington Papers)
3. Rid to Muddy hole Doeg Run & Mill.
The enclosed letter for Mr McAlpin (my Tayler in Philadelphia) left open for your perusal, may be...
47538[Diary entry: 24 September 1798] (Washington Papers)
24. Morning clear—Wind Southerly Mer. at 64. No. West afterwards.
47539[Diary entry: 14 April 1774] (Washington Papers)
14. Warm with but little Wind & that Southerly. Lowering with much appearances of Rain but little...
47540General Orders, 14 March 1777 (Washington Papers)
By Order of His Excellency, the execution of Serjt Porterfield is suspended ’till Friday the 21st...