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47491General Orders, 14 March 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Brigade Majors are to make accurate returns of the numbers of the company books, soldiers...
47492[Diary entry: 5 June 1773] (Washington Papers)
5. Breakfasted in York Town. Dind at the Sign of the Buck 14 Miles from Yk. wch. is 12 Miles from...
47493General Orders, 29 September 1777 (Washington Papers)
The troops are to be in readiness to march this morng at Ten o’clock. John White Esqr. is...
47494General Orders, 29 August 1779 (Washington Papers)
The Commander in Chief has the pleasure to announce the following resolutions which the Honorable...
47495General Orders, 27 December 1782 (Washington Papers)
For the day tomorrow Colonel Vanscaick Major Fish. For duty tomorrow the 7th Massachusetts...
47496General Orders, 12 November 1777 (Washington Papers)
The Honorable Continental Congress have been pleased to pass the following resolve, concerning...
47497[Diary entry: 23 July 1768] (Washington Papers)
23. Rid to Ditto in the forenoon—where I met with one Russel, a Tenant of mine upon the Land I...
47498[Diary entry: 9 February 1760] (Washington Papers)
9. Sml. Frost. Wd. No. Et.
47499[Diary entry: 6 April 1748] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 6th. Last Night was so Intolerably smoaky that we were obliged all hands to leave the...
47500[Diary entry: 2 October 1773] (Washington Papers)
2. Set of on my return home. Dined at Marlborough & lodged at home. Mr. Custis coming with me....
47501[Diary entry: 2 September 1798] (Washington Papers)
2. Morning—Clear—Mer. 68. Clear all day—wind fresh at East. Mer. 72 at Night. Mr. White came to...
47502General Orders, 31 December 1778 (Washington Papers)
The Tents and Markees which are public property are to be delivered in to the Quarter-Master...
47503[Diary entry: 24 December 1789] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 24th. The Secretary at War coming according to appointment, he was instructed, after...
47504[Diary entry: 31 October 1774] (Washington Papers)
31. At home all day.
47505[Diary entry: 13 March 1767] (Washington Papers)
13. Ground very hard froze & exceedg. Cold. Wind hard at No. West & clear.
The Substance of the Conference between General Washington and Sir Guy Carleton at an Interview...
47507General Orders, 5 April 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Picket guard at Head-Quarters will be relieved ’till further orders daily, by Lord-Stirling’s...
47508[Diary entry: 11 July 1767] (Washington Papers)
11. Brisk southwest Wind in the forenoon. Very warm Afternoon with light Rain introduced with...
47509[Diary entry: 22 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
22. Ground hard froze, fore part of the day Cold, Wind at No. West. Latter part calm, clear and...
47510General Orders, 30 September 1782 (Washington Papers)
For the day tomorrow Lieutt Colonel Cochran Major Spurr Brigade Major Hicks Brigade Qr Master...
47511[Diary entry: 23 January 1760] (Washington Papers)
23. Clear and Moderate—wind Westerly.
47512General Orders, 8 March 1780 (Washington Papers)
From the great scarcity of forage & difficulty of obtaining the necessary supplies, the General...
47513[Diary entry: 30 March 1748] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 30th. This Morning began our Intended Business of Laying of Lots. We began at the...
47514[Diary entry: 8 June 1797] (Washington Papers)
8. Wind at No. Et. in the Morning—but Southerly afterwards and warm.
47515[Diary entry: 25 March 1791] (Washington Papers)
Friday 25th. Having lain all night in my Great Coat & Boots, in a birth not long enough for me by...
47516Orders, 14–15 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
A Sergeant, and 8 men that can be best spared from the works, to parade immediately, to escort...
47517[Diary entry: 23 September 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday. 23d. Thermometer at 60 in the morning—70 at Noon and 70 at N. Foggy Morning—calm & clear...
47518General Orders, 10 August 1782 (Washington Papers)
Commanding officers of the several state lines which compose this army will cause descriptive...
47519[October 1774] (Washington Papers)
Octr. 1st. At the Congress till 3 Ocl. Din’d with Mr. Hamilton at Bush Hill. James Hamilton...
47520[Diary entry: 10 October 1768] (Washington Papers)
10. Rid to Muddy hole, Doeg Run, & the Mill. Captn. McCabe dind here.
47521[Diary entry: 11 July 1786] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 11th. Mercury at 77 in the Morning—83 at Noon and 82 at Night. Clear, with the wind at...
47522[Diary entry: 27 April 1767] (Washington Papers)
27. Began to Plant Ditto at Doeg Run & Muddy hole. Sowed behind the Quarter 1320 sqr. yds. of...
47523[Diary entry: 9 August 1767] (Washington Papers)
9. Finishd sowing the cut of Corn on the other side at the Mill with 43 Bushels of Wheat. Finishd...
47524[Diary entry: 22 May 1797] (Washington Papers)
22d. Morning rather cooler but warm afterwards with but little wind.
47525[Diary entry: 12 February 1773] (Washington Papers)
12. At home all day Mr. Dulany continuing here.
47526[Diary entry: 29 December 1786] (Washington Papers)
Friday 29th. Mercury at 30 in the Morning—55 at Noon and 51 at Night. Clear, calm, warm, and...
47527General Orders, 14 September 1775 (Washington Papers)
In obedience to the General Order of the 7th Instant, the enquiry into the Conduct of Dr Church,...
47528General Orders, 9 April 1777 (Washington Papers)
Major Dunn being obliged to attend Major General St Clair to Philadelphia, to which place he is...
47529[Diary entry: 13 February 1760] (Washington Papers)
13. Strong, & warm southerly Wind—clear.
To all whom it may concern—Greeting Whereas the Legislature of the United States of America, by...
47531[Diary entry: 27 August 1773] (Washington Papers)
27. Clear and cool; Wind very fresh from the Northwest all day.
In case the enemy should march against West point, the inclosed is a general disposition for the...
47533General Orders, 15 February 1780 (Washington Papers)
The issuing Commissaries will issue a jill of rum ⅌ man ⅌ day to the officers and men on Main...
47534General Orders, 1 June 1776 (Washington Papers)
A serjeant, Corporal and twelve men, to march to morrow morning, at Six OClock, at which time...
47535[Diary entry: 17 October 1788] (Washington Papers)
Friday 17th. Thermometer at 57 in the Morning—72 at Noon and 71 at Night. Clear and calm in the...
47536[Diary entry: 24 December 1773] (Washington Papers)
24. Clear warm and pleast. in the forenoon. Afternoon Lowering. Not much Wind forenoon foggy.
You are immediately to proceed with the Troops under your command by the shortest Route to...
47538[Diary entry: 28 February 1796] (Washington Papers)
28. Very clear and remarkably fine & pleasant.
47539[Diary entry: 18 January 1772] (Washington Papers)
18. Mr. Hanna went away after Breakfast as Mr. Magowan also did. I went a Hunting & killd a...
47540Acct. of the Weather in April [1775] (Washington Papers)
Apl. 1. Cool, with the Wind at No. Wt. 2. Wind in the same place, and weather Cool. 3. Wind at...