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GENERAL BRATTLE, by his rank, station and character, is intituled to politeness and respect, even when he condescends to harrangue in town-meeting, or to write in a news-paper: But the same causes require that his sentiments when erroneous and of dangerous tendency, should be considered, with entire freedom, and the examination be made as public, as the error. He cannot therefore take offence...
2[Diary entry: 11 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
11. Went a Hunting with the above Gentlemen. Found a Fox by Gilbt. Simpsons & killd him by Mrs. Frenchs. Mr. P. Pendleton & Mr. M. Campbell dined & lodgd here the others went away. Philip Pendleton either no longer wanted or could not afford the parcel of land near Bullskin Run that GW had agreed to sell him 6 June 1771, because about this time he transferred his right to buy it to GW’s...
3[Diary entry: 11 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
11. Ground a little frozen. Clear & Calm day.
Articles of Agreement made this Eleventh day of January one thousand Seven hundred & Seventy three, Between David Cowan late of Fredericksburg Gardener of the one part, and George Washington of Mount Vernon in Fairfax County Gentleman of the other part, Witnesseth; that the said David Cowan for the hire, and other consideration’s hereafter mentioned, doth Covenant & agree to serve the said...
Superfine flour. from 15/6 to 16/8 & the Cask 1/8 Common Do 15/ Do  Do Biscuit Stuff  9/ to 10/ Do  Do Herrings 12/6—15/  few at market Indian Corn 11/6—12/6 ⅌ Barrell Sir Above is the prices current here at this time, if you incline to ship any thing this way I will endeavor to get the highest price going at the time I receive them. you must note that if we sell for ready money dollars pass...
Letter not found: to James Hill, 11 Jan. 1773. On 5 Feb. 1773 Hill wrote to GW : “I recd your letters in the office the 30th of Jany one dated the 21st Decr & the other Jany 11.”