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    11771. Fryday. June 7th. (Adams Papers)
    Went to the Spring with the Dr. and drank a Glass and an half i.e. a Jill and an half. My Horse was brought very early—my own Mare I shall leave in a very fine Pasture, with Oats for her twice a Day that she may rest and recruit. Barrell this Morning at Breakfast entertained Us with an Account of his extravagant Fondness for Fruit. When he lived at New market he could get no fruit but...
    2[Diary entry: 7 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
    7. Rid to Muddy hole, Doeg Run and the Mill before Dinner.
    3[Diary entry: 7 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
    7. Very warm in the forenoon with Thunder & lightning & great appearances of Rain every[where] but none fell here. This Morning also. The manuscript reads “great appearances of Rain every Rain every but none fell here.”
    4[Diary entry: 7 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
    7. Agreed with Mr. Pendleton of Frederick for all the Land to be Included by a Line to be run from the No. West C[orne]r of Owen Thomas’s Patent to a Corner of the Land on which James McCarmick lives in my Line supposd to contain abt. 180 Acres for £400 the Money to be paid in two years with Int[eres]t from the 25th. of next Decr. This years Rent to be paid to me & only a special Warrantee to...