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    1[Diary entry: 16 October 1770] (Washington Papers)
    16. At Captn. Crawfords till the Evening—then went to Mr. John Stephenson’s. John Stephenson was William and Valentine Crawford’s half brother. After the death of the Crawfords’ father, their mother, Onora Grimes Crawford (d. 1776), married Richard Stephenson, by whom she had five sons and one daughter ( butterfield [1] C. W. Butterfield, ed. The Washington-Crawford Letters. Being the...
    2[Diary entry: 16 October 1770] (Washington Papers)
    16. Frosty Morning—but clear and pleasant afterwards.
    3[Diary entry: 16 October 1770] (Washington Papers)
    Tuesday 16. At Captn. Crawfords till the Evening, when I went to Mr. John Stephenson (on my way to Pittsburg) & lodgd. This day was visited by one Mr. Ennis who had traveld down the little Kanhawa (almost) from the head to the Mouth, on which he says the Lands are broken, the bottoms neither very wide nor rich, but covd. with Beach. At the Mouth the Lands are good, & continue so up the River;...