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55471[Diary entry: 23 March 1771] (Washington Papers)
23. Clear and pleasant with the Wind pretty fresh from the Northwest but not cold.
55472General Orders, 3 October 1780 (Washington Papers)
For the Day Tomorrow Brigadier General Huntington Lieutenant Colonel Commandant Reid Lieutenant...
55473[Diary entry: 25 July 1765] (Washington Papers)
25. Began to Sow Do. at the Mill.
55474[Diary entry: 20 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
20. A good deal of Rain fell last Night and this Morning. Wind Easterly.
55475[Diary entry: 6 January 1768] (Washington Papers)
6. Warm, clear, & pleasant, in the Morng. Wind high from No. Wt. & cool afterwards.
55476[Diary entry: 3 April 1768] (Washington Papers)
3. Went to Pohick Church & returnd to Dinner. Mr. Crawford returnd in the Afternoon.
55477[Diary entry: 24 March 1798] (Washington Papers)
24. Morning—Storming with Rain & Wind at So. Et. Mer. 48. Abt. Noon the Rain ceased, & the wind...
55478[Diary entry: 9 September 1795] (Washington Papers)
9. Do. Clear & very warm.
55479[Diary entry: 14 January 1774] (Washington Papers)
14. Ground lightly cover’d with Snow. Day foggy—Misty, & thawing with little or no Wind.
55480[Diary entry: 23 November 1798] (Washington Papers)
23. Ditto at Mr. Saml. Meridiths. Treasurer.
55481[Diary entry: 11 May 1774] (Washington Papers)
11. Much such a day as yesterday.
55482[Diary entry: 28 December 1787] (Washington Papers)
Friday 28th. Thermometer at 35 in the Morning—44 at Noon and 40 at Night. Cloudy during the fore...
55483General Orders, 15 April 1776 (Washington Papers)
The Quarter Master General is immediately to provide Transports to convey four Regiments to...
55484[Diary entry: 7 August 1785] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 7th. Thermometer at 76 in the Morning—74 at Noon and 76 at Night. About Sunrising, the...
55485[Diary entry: 18 August 1768] (Washington Papers)
18. Clear and warm—also still.
55486[Diary entry: 15 November 1787] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 15th. Morning mild and very heavy with the wind fresh from So. Wt. Which produced...
55487[Diary entry: 29 August 1774] (Washington Papers)
29. The above Gentn. went away after Breakfast.
55488[Diary entry: 20 January 1768] (Washington Papers)
20. Returnd from Do. by the Mill Doeg Run and Muddy hole.
55489[Diary entry: 15 November 1768] (Washington Papers)
15. Went a Fox hunting in the Neck. Catchd a bitch fox—after an hour and 40 Minutes chace.
55490[Diary entry: 26 December 1774] (Washington Papers)
26. At home all day.
55491[Diary entry: 5 July 1769] (Washington Papers)
5. Went into the Field in the Neck and returnd to Dinner. The Captn. dind here agn.
55492[Diary entry: 2 October 1769] (Washington Papers)
2. Colo. Carlyle and two Daughters—Captn. Brady and Captn. Posey dined here. captn. brady :...
55493General Orders, 23 December 1779 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW . Adj. Gen. Alexander Scammell’s orderly book entry for this date...
55494[Diary entry: 28 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
28. Finishd Securing my Hay at Doeg Run. Also got over all but the last Cut of Corn in the Neck...
55495[Diary entry: 21 July 1785] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 21st. Thermometer at 76 in the Morng.—79 at Noon and 80 at Night. Cloudy morning, but...
55496General Orders, 15 September 1780 (Washington Papers)
For the day tomorrow Brigadier General Stark Lieutenant Colonel Commandant Smith Lieutenant...
55497[Diary entry: 14 April 1798] (Washington Papers)
14. Morning—Clear & but little Wd. & that at No. W. Mer. 46. Wind varying from No. W. to So. W. &...
55498[Diary entry: 4 February 1774] (Washington Papers)
4. At Mr. Calverts all day. With much other company.
55499[Diary entry: 21 December 1798] (Washington Papers)
21. Clear & pleasant, with but little wind—that at No. Wt.
55500[Diary entry: 1 June 1774] (Washington Papers)
June 1st. Went to Church & fasted all day. This service was pursuant to the resolution passed on...
55501General Orders, 3 July 1777 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW .
55502[Diary entry: 25 November 1771] (Washington Papers)
25. Exceeding pleasant, being quite clear and Calm.
55503[Diary entry: 11 August 1768] (Washington Papers)
11. Began to beat Cyder at Doeg Run Muddy hole, & in the Neck.
55504[Diary entry: 19 August 1774] (Washington Papers)
19. Warm again and clear, after the Morning which was lowering with some appearances of Rain.
55505Orderly Book, 20 October 1758 (Washington Papers)
Camp at White Oak Ridge Friday Octr 20th Parole Kensington The Genl to beat to Morrow Morning at...
55506[Diary entry: 10 January 1768] (Washington Papers)
10. Weather clear. Wind Southwardly, yet raw and Cold. Hard frost.
55507[Diary entry: 5 November 1768] (Washington Papers)
5. Do.——— Do.——— Do.——— Do.
55508[Diary entry: 16 December 1774] (Washington Papers)
16. Very pleasant.
55509General Orders, 18 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
As it is at all times of great importance both for the sake of appearance and for the regularity...
55510[Diary entry: 13 September 1795] (Washington Papers)
13. Do. at So. Wt. with Showers. Warmr.
55511General Orders, 21 May 1781 (Washington Papers)
A General Court martial composed of officers of Artillery (Lieutenant Colonel Stephens President)...
55512[Diary entry: 3 April 1771] (Washington Papers)
3. At home all day. Lord Fairfax, the two Colo. Fairfax’s, and Mr. Chas. Alexander dind here &...
55513[Diary entry: 28 March 1768] (Washington Papers)
28. At home.
55514General Orders, 1 June 1778 (Washington Papers)
Coll Cortland is appointed to tarry in Camp to superintend the sick on the Ground when the Army...
55515General Orders, 19 July 1776 (Washington Papers)
A Detachment of three hundred men, properly officered, to parade to morrow morning, Six O’Clock,...
55516[Diary entry: 11 August 1785] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 11th. Thermometer 77 in the Morning—84 at Noon and 84 at Night. The Drought, the effects...
55517General Orders, 29 January 1778 (Washington Papers)
The Commanding Officer of each brigade is to appoint a Captain daily to visit the sick of his...
55518[Diary entry: 4 May 1798] (Washington Papers)
4. Morning—Clear & wind Southerly Mer. at 66. Appearances of Rain abt. Noon but none fell. Mer....
55519[Diary entry: 22 August 1768] (Washington Papers)
22. Clear and Warm with very little Wind from the So. West. Abt. 11 Oclock at Night the Wind...
55520General Orders, 2 August 1782 (Washington Papers)
Before baggage teams are allotted to the different regiments the general thinks it expedient the...