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Heard Mr. Strong all Day. At Night, a Man came in and inform’d us of the Death of Josa. Quincy.—Proh Dolor! First diary entry in a stitched booklet with marbled paper covers labeled by JA : “Account. 1775.” Not numbered by CFA in the sequence of JA ’s MS Diaries, this booklet has been assigned the number D/JA/22B by the present editors. It contains only two diary entries (30 April, 3 Sept....
I arrived here, last Evening, and have attended Mr. Strongs Meeting all this Day. I rode alone, all the Way to this Place. Here I found my worthy Brothers Hancock and Adams. Cushing, We hear, spends this Day at Windham, and has sent us Word that he will join us here, tomorrow.—Mr. Paine is here too.—All well. We have good Accounts from N. York and N. Ca rolina —very good. I have no Doubts now...
3[April 1775] (Adams Papers)
Heard Mr. Strong all Day. At Night, a Man came in and inform’d us of the Death of Josa. Quincy.—Proh Dolor! First diary entry in a stitched booklet with marbled paper covers labeled by JA : “Account. 1775.” Not numbered by CFA in the sequence of JA ’s MS Diaries, this booklet has been assigned the number D/JA/22B by the present editors. It contains only two diary entries (30 April, 3 Sept....
New York has appointed an ample Representation in our Congress, and have appointed a provincial Congress. The People of the City, have siezed the City Arms and Ammunition, out of the Hands of the Mayor who is a Creature of the Governor. Lord North will be certainly disappointed, in his Expectation of seducing New York. The Tories there, durst not shew their Heads. The Jerseys are arroused, and...
Your letter of Aug. 23. 1774 and Proposals for collecting and publishing the American state papers I have received. It is an undertaking of great utility to the continent in general, as it will not only contribute to the information of all those concerned in the administration of government, but will furnish to any historical genius which may happen to arise those materials which he would...
It is Immagin’d the first thing, that will Come on the Carpet at the Meeting of the Congress, Will be that, of Establishing Regular Armies throughout the Continent on pay if such a thing, Shd Take place, their is not the least doubt But youl have the Command of the Whole forces in this Collony—and in that Case, shall ever Esteem you as my greatest freind, if you’l use yr Intrest in procureing...
I shall be much obliged to you for the interest due on your Bond in Novr last, to wit £40 —It is not in my power to attend the meeting of Merchants in Williamsburg this Spring, but Colo. Fielding Lewis will do me the favour to negotiate my business this Court. I am with respectful compliments to Mrs Lewis & your Family —& with very great esteem Dr Sir, Your most Obt Servt LB , DLC:GW . For...
Money to receive—May 1775. From William Fitzhugh Esqr. Rent £  22.10.0 Mr James Hunter 10. 0.0 Colo. Warner Lewis Intt due in Novr 40.     Honble Jno. Page’s Exrs Intt £ 15. 0.  Mr Thos Adams—on Acct of Mr Jno. Fry 54.11.4 Messrs Balfour & Barraud 880. 0.1 Mr Frans Whiting Berkeley 50.     Doctr Walker—his acct first ded[ucte]d 6. 7.4 Armistead Exrs—8th Decr 1772 104. 3.3 Intt thereon
Memorandum—for Colo. Fielding Lewis May 1775 Apl 30th 1775 . To receive & pay Money agreeable to the List and orders herewith furnished. If Messrs Balfour & Barraud should, contrary to all expectation neglect to pay me for my Flour, agreeable to contract I shall be very much distress’d, as I must, at all events (if you even receive but as much Money) pay Mr Brent, Mr Mazzei & the £10 to the...
10[Diary entry: 30 April 1775] (Washington Papers)
30. Went up to Alexandria & returnd in the Afternoon.
11[Diary entry: 30 April 1775] (Washington Papers)
30. Lowering—Wind Easterly with Showers of Rain.