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101Memorandum, 17 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
 Lieutt Colo.—Adam Stephen Andrew Lewis—Major Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 1st Peter Hogg 2 Jno....
102[Diary entry: 16 February 1775] (Washington Papers)
16. Calm, at least very little Wind & that Southerly. Clear & exceeding pleasant.
103[Diary entry: 8 December 1771] (Washington Papers)
8. After breakfast Mr. Pendleton & Mr. Crawford went away as Miss Mason & Miss Scott did yesterday.
104[Diary entry: 2 July 1769] (Washington Papers)
2. Clear, warm, and still, their being very little wind & that southwardly.
105[Diary entry: 31 July 1770] (Washington Papers)
31. Again very warm & still—especially in the Evening and Night.
106[Diary entry: 31 July 1762] (Washington Papers)
31. Guy finished the 3 sides of Garden all to Capp[in]g Pill[a]r. B. Mitchell went away. Burgess...
I am strongly importun’d by Capn Swearengen to place a small Command at Strouds Fort if you think...
108[Diary entry: 28 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
28. Rid by the Ferry Plantation & Mill to Doeg Run Quarter & Meadow. Returnd home by Muddy hole...
109[Diary entry: 17 December 1769] (Washington Papers)
17. Clear & pleasant with but little Wind. Evening Cool.
Since mine of the 27th Ulto Captn McGachin who will do me the favour to deliver this, and who for...
111[Diary entry: 15 April 1772] (Washington Papers)
15. Clear, Calm, & Warm in the Forenoon, but Cloudy afterwds. with the Wind variable.
112[Diary entry: 8 October 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. My Servant being unable to Travel I left him at Pritchards with Doctr. Craik & proceedd....
113[Diary entry: 12 August 1772] (Washington Papers)
12. After Breakfast the Gentlemen went away. Mrs. Cox continued, & I rid to my Ditchers at the Mill.
In a Letter of the 10th Ulto I inform’d you of a purchase I had in contemplation. I have now made...
115[Diary entry: 6 March 1775] (Washington Papers)
6. Colo. Harrison & Colo. Lee went away, as did Mrs. Barnes & Miss Ramsay after Breakfast.
116[Diary entry: 3 January 1771] (Washington Papers)
3. The above Gentlemen stayed all day and Night. My Brother John and Mr. Lawe. Washington came...
117[Diary entry: 31 December 1769] (Washington Papers)
31. At Home all day.
118[Diary entry: 21 August 1762] (Washington Papers)
21. Recd. 70 Bags of Salt—abt. 280 Bushels.
119[Diary entry: 18 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
18. Much such a day as yesterday, till the Evening then the Wind Shifting to the Northward it...
120[Diary entry: 12 February 1769] (Washington Papers)
12. Mr. Piper went away after Breakfast. At home all day with Colo. Lewis & Son.
121[Diary entry: 15 September 1771] (Washington Papers)
15. Set of home. Din’d in Dumfries and got up by Sun set.
122[Diary entry: 20 February 1775] (Washington Papers)
20. Clear & very warm with but little wind & that Southerly.
123[Diary entry: 12 December 1771] (Washington Papers)
12. The foregoing Gentlemen still here.
124[Diary entry: 9 May 1774] (Washington Papers)
9. Lowering most part of the day with not much wind.
125[Diary entry: 2 August 1772] (Washington Papers)
2. Clear & pleasant, but rather Cool. Wind hanging still to the Westward.
126Memorandum, 30 June–1 July 1757 (Washington Papers)
The names of the Sergts employed upon the public works. The names of those who are not employed....
127[Diary entry: 27 June 1769] (Washington Papers)
27. Very hot and Sultry; indeed extreamly so. A small breeze from the Southwd.
128[Diary entry: 24 September 1769] (Washington Papers)
24. Clear and pleasant. Wind Northwardly but not cold nor hard.
129[Diary entry: 18 January 1768] (Washington Papers)
18. Went to Court & sold Colo. Colvils Ld. Returnd again at Night. As an executor for Thomas...
130[Diary entry: 21 December 1769] (Washington Papers)
21. Very pleasant, being clear & wind Southwardly.