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Sewall, Attorney General. One of the highest Crimes, agravated as it was his Wife. Inquisition. Nancy Patterson. Lives in another Street, not so far as the Markett. Went to Bells House. He was in a great Passion with his Wife. She was bloody. He had a Child in his Arms, bloody. Cant tell the Time— whether it was a fortnight or 3 Weeks before she died. Her Eye was swelled so that she could not...
2[Diary entry: 25 February 1773] (Washington Papers)
25. Went a hunting with those Gentlemen, & being joind by the two Mr. Triplets, Mr. Manley, & Mr. Peake all came here to Dinner & Mr. Thos. Triplet stayd all Night. Found a Fox in this Neck but did not kill it.
3[Diary entry: 25 February 1773] (Washington Papers)
25. Day quite Calm, & Cloudy, yet thawing a little—ground being very hard froze in the Morning.
Letter not found: from Charles Mynn Thruston, 25 Feb. 1773. GW wrote to Thruston on 12 Mar. : “Your favor of the 25th ulto by Mr Watson came duly to hand.”
Encouraged by the small acquaintance which I had the pleasure of having contracted with you during your residence in this country, I take the liberty of making the present application to you. I understood you were related to the gentleman of your name Mr. James Macpherson to whom the world is so much indebted for the collection, arrangement and elegant translation, of Ossian’s poems. These...