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    11774. Sunday. Novr. 6. (Adams Papers)
    Went all day to hear Mr. Baldwin a Presbyterian Minister at Kingston. We put up at Scotts. Mr. Baldwin came in the Evening to see us. Hor. B. 3. O. 2. Pueros ab ineunte AEtate assuefaciendos esse rei militari et Vitae laboriosae. We walked to Meeting above 2 Miles at Noon. We walked 1/4 of a Mile and staid at one Quintouns an old Irishman, and a friendly cordial Reception we had. The old Man...
    2[Diary entry: 6 November 1774] (Washington Papers)
    6. Went to Pohick Church. Mr. Triplet & Mr. Peake & Daughter dined here. Probably Humphrey Peake’s younger daughter, Elizabeth, still a minor in 1774. GW commonly referred to a child of a friend as a “son” or “daughter” while still a minor and as a “Mr.” or “Miss” after the age of about 16. Thus Humphrey Peake’s elder daughter, Ann (Nancy), would be a “Miss” by this time.
    3[Diary entry: 6 November 1774] (Washington Papers)
    6. Clear & pleasant in the forenoon but lowering & cold in the Afternoon. Wind Easterly.