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    Printed notice: American Philosophical Society [General Post Office, North America, April 26, 1770. An unsigned circular letter, by order of the Deputy Postmaster General, enclosing the table of postal rates established by act of Parliament and instructions for handling foreign mail, and enjoining the recipients to observe them. ] The table and instructions, which are missing, implemented the...
    2[Diary entry: 26 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
    26. Rid my usual rounds before Dinner and the same after dinnr.
    3[Diary entry: 26 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
    26. Something warmer than yesterday but rather cool still. Wind fresh from the Southeast & cloudy in the afternoon.
    4[Diary entry: 26 April 1770] (Washington Papers)
    26. He began to work on my Mill Race at 1/3 pr. Rod & to find himself and Sciagusta a prisoner from the Indians came here, and began to work with my People. Work on the millrace began near the mill, and during the next year it progressed slowly north toward Piney Branch and the upper part of Dogue Run. The race was dug several feet into the ground along its two-mile route, except where...