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1[Diary entry: 27 May 1773] (Washington Papers)
27. Din’d at the Entertainment given by the Citicens of New York to Genl. Gage. Gen. Thomas Gage (1721–1787) had been for ten years commander in chief of British troops in North America with headquarters at New York. He was at this time relinquishing his post and returning to England for a brief visit. He returned to America a short time later as the last royal governor of Massachusetts. GW...
2[Diary entry: 27 May 1773] (Washington Papers)
27. Cool Wind Westerly and Weather clear.
Tis with pleasure I find myself able to give you ample information concerning your Nassovian Friends, many of whom are now in town attending the Synod. Mr. Ervin has been sometime licensed & I hear is very popular in the back parts of Pennsylvania. He has lately commenced a strict Cadoganite; yet [in] spite of Cadogan his health is much impaired and he seems to be in the first stage of a...