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1[Diary entry: 2 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. Rid to see Mr. Humphrey Peake who lay ill. Returnd to Dinner.
I felt so strongly the Truth of your Remarks, that I took Shame to my self for having reduc’d You to so distressing a Dilemma. Believe it however, Sir, that it was Necessity & not Inclination that urged Me to the Step, which yet I shd hardly have taken, at last, cou’d I have supposed the Circumstances of Mastr Custis’s Esta. to have been as You represent Them. I have now the Pleasure to inform...
3[Diary entry: 2 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
2. This Morning the Snow was an Inch or two deep & continued Snowing (fine Snow) all day with the Wind Northwardly & cold but the Snow did not Increase much in depth.