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8701 Washington, George [April 1775] 1775-04-01 Aprl. 1. At home all day, Mr. Magowan came here. 2. At home all day. Mr. Magowan went to church &...
8702 Washington, George Acct. of the Weather in April [1775] 1775-04-01 Apl. 1. Cool, with the Wind at No. Wt. 2. Wind in the same place, and weather Cool. 3. Wind at...
8703 Washington, George Cash Accounts, April 1775 1775-04-01 Cash Apl  1— To Messrs Robt Adam & Coy 1200 Pern [£] 75. 0. 0 3— To Merchds. 0. 2. 6 17— To...
8704 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 April 1775] 1775-04-01 Aprl. 1. At home all day, Mr. Magowan came here.
8705 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 April 1775] 1775-04-01 Apl. 1. Cool, with the Wind at No. Wt.
8706 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 April 1775] 1775-04-02 2. At home all day. Mr. Magowan went to church & returnd to Dinner. Mr. Wilper came in the...
8707 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 April 1775] 1775-04-02 2. Wind in the same place, and weather Cool.
8708 Washington, George Grayson, William From George Washington to William Grayson, 2 April 1775 … 1775-04-02 Letter not found: to William Grayson, 2 April 1775. On 5 April Grayson wrote GW that he had “the...
8709 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 April 1775] 1775-04-03 3. Mr. Wilper went away. Mr. Magowan & self walkd into the Neck.
8710 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 April 1775] 1775-04-03 3. Wind at No. Wt.—fresh & Cool all the forepart of the day—latter part moderate—Wind Southerly.
8711 Washington, George Newton, Thomas Jr. From George Washington to Thomas Newton, 3 April 1775 … 1775-04-03 Letter not found: to Thomas Newton, Jr., 3 April 1775. Newton wrote GW on 12 April : “I Received...
8712 Washington, George Dunmore, John Murray, fourth earl of From George Washington to Lord Dunmore, 3 April 1775 1775-04-03 At second hand, I learnt from Captain Floyd, that the Surveys made by Mr Crawford under the...
8713 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 April 1775] 1775-04-04 4. Mr. Tilghman Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Herbert, Mr. Danl. Carroll & Mr. Fitzgerald came down to Dinner...
8714 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 April 1775] 1775-04-04 4. Misting, & Raining more or less all day with but little Wind and that Southerly.
8715 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 April 1775] 1775-04-05 5. At home all day with the above Gentleman.
8716 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 April 1775] 1775-04-05 5. Wind very fresh and Cold from the No. West all day.
8717 Washington, George Mercer, George From George Washington to George Mercer, 5 April 1775 1775-04-05 The writing of this Letter, has been delayed longer than I expected, for the following...
8718 Washington, George Montagu, Edward From George Washington to Edward Montagu, 5 April 1775 1775-04-05 My Letter of the 4th of December to Colo. Mercer (dispatched by the first opportunity that...
8719 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 April 1775] 1775-04-06 6. All the above Gentlemen except Mr. Magowan went away after Breakfast. Mr. R. Adam came in the...
8720 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 April 1775] 1775-04-06 6. A hard frost—day colder & wind harder from the same Quarter than yesterday.
8721 Washington, George Fairfax, George William From George Washington to George William Fairfax, 6 … 1775-04-06 Letter not found: to George William Fairfax, 6 April 1775. On 30 June 1786 GW wrote Fairfax :...
8722 Washington, George [Diary entry: 7 April 1775] 1775-04-07 7. Mr. Adam went away after Breakfast. I continued at home all day.
8723 Washington, George [Diary entry: 7 April 1775] 1775-04-07 7. Pleasant forenoon, but rather cool & Raw afterwards notwithstandg. the Wind was Southerly.
8724 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 April 1775] 1775-04-08 8. Mr. Magowan went away after Breakfast. Mrs. Washington & self rid to the Mill.
8725 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 April 1775] 1775-04-08 8. Rather Cool, Wind, what there was of it at No. East.
8726 Washington, George [Diary entry: 9 April 1775] 1775-04-09 9. Went to Pohick Church & returnd to Dinner. Doctr. Craik and Mr. Danl. Jenifer came in the...
8727 Washington, George [Diary entry: 9 April 1775] 1775-04-09 9. Again Cool, & Wind still at No. East.
8728 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 April 1775] 1775-04-10 10. At home all day alone.
8729 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 April 1775] 1775-04-10 10. Lowering all day with the wind at No. Et.
8730 Washington, George [Diary entry: 11 April 1775] 1775-04-11 11. At home. Captn. Saunders came and lodged here. captn. saunders : probably either Joseph...
8731 Washington, George [Diary entry: 11 April 1775] 1775-04-11 11. Misting all day and a good deal of Rain in the Night—with the Wind at No. Et.
8732 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 April 1775] 1775-04-12 12. Captn. Saunders went away after Dinner. A Lloyd from Pen[n]s[ylvani]a Came to Dinner & stayd...
8733 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 April 1775] 1775-04-12 12. Raining in the forenoon but clear afterwards.
8734 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 April 1775] 1775-04-13 13. Mr. & Mrs. Custis, & Mrs. Newman came to Dinner. Mrs. Slaughter also.
8735 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 April 1775] 1775-04-13 13. Clear but Windy from the No. West & Cool.
8736 Washington, George Dickinson, John From George Washington to John Dickinson, 13 April 1775 1775-04-13 Mr Lloyd did me the honour to call at this place with your favour of the 4th Instt. If the...
8737 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 April 1775] 1775-04-14 14. Doctr. Rumney Mr. Adam & Captn. Broadstreet came to Dinner. The two first stayd all Night—the...
8738 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 April 1775] 1775-04-14 14. Very Cool & Wind very hard at No. West.
8739 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 April 1775] 1775-04-15 15. Went up to Alexandria to the Muster of the Independt. Company. Returnd late at Night.
8740 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 April 1775] 1775-04-15 15. Very pleasant. Wind what little there was Southerly.
8741 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 April 1775] 1775-04-16 16. At home all day. Genl. Lee Mr. Harry Lee Junr. Mr. Geo. Mason, Mr. Thompson, & Mr. McDonald...
8742 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 April 1775] 1775-04-16 16. Warm & towards the Evening lowering. Wind very fresh from the So. West.
8743 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 April 1775] 1775-04-17 17. Colo. Mason & myself went up to Alexa. to a Committee & to a New choice of Delegates. I...
8744 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 April 1775] 1775-04-17 17. Wind very fresh from the Southwest with Rain in the Night.
8745 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 April 1775] 1775-04-18 18. Walkd with Genl. Lee to Mr. Adams’s Fishing Landg. Mrs. Blackburn & Mrs. Brown Dined & stayd...
8746 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 April 1775] 1775-04-18 18. A little Rain in the Morning but clear, & the wind hard, & cold from the Westward afterwards.