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ALS (badly mutilated): American Philosophical Society Je n’ai encore reçu ni votre paq[uet ni votre lettre?] du 8e. Je vous prie de me marquer [ torn ] ferez l’honneur de m’ecrire par la [ torn ] vous etiez servi pour les deux [ torn ] voyageans, je pourrois pour peu que [ torn ] decouvrir icy dans les hôtels garnis ou [ torn ] et si ce sont des françois domiciliés a Paris cela seroit encore...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I am realy ashamed at my remissness in neglect of Writing after your repeated favours, And this now can only serve as an Appology the Captn: being ready to go down. Your much esteemed of the 5th. May containing the curious Seed from India I received safe, also yours of the 3d. of August and a few days since that of the 7th. of October, which repeated marks...
3[Diary entry: 13 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
13. Went into the Neck in the forenoon to lay of a Fence at Hallerys. hallerys : GW probably means Samuel Halley (Haley), who had married John Sheridine’s (d. 1768) widow, Barberry. Halley and his wife still lived in Clifton’s Neck on the land her father-in-law, John Sheridine of Charles County, Md., rented from GW.
4[Diary entry: 13 January 1773] (Washington Papers)
13. Lowering Morning & very like for Snow—ground hard froze. Afterwards clear. Wind South.