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1[Diary entry: 24 August 1771] (Washington Papers)
24. Rid to the Ferry Plantation & Mill before Dinner.
2[Diary entry: 24 August 1771] (Washington Papers)
24. No Wind in the forenoon, or but little, & that Southerly. Afternn. Cloudy with a little Rain & pretty high Wind from the No. West.
The last time I Rote to you I acquainted you with the misfortain of our Crops Being drounded & overdone with the wet and now it is ass Bad the other way we have had no Rain Sence to do any Service to the Corn or tobaco & it Burns up for being over done with the wet be fore it Cannot stand the drouth now the Corn Cannot Shoot out nor fill the tobaco the Roots of it was so mutch Sobd and over...