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This Indenture made this seventeenth day of December in the year of our Lord God One thousand Seven Hundred & fifty four Between George Lee of the County of westmorland and Colony of Virginia Gentleman and Ann his wife of the one part and George Washington of the County of King George and Colony aforesaid Gentleman of the other part Witnesseth that the said George Lee and Ann his wife for and...
To the Kings most Excellent Majesty The Memorial of George Washington, Adam Stephen, and Andrew Lewis Esquires in behalf of themselves and the rest of the surviving Officers and Soldiers who enlisted in the Service of your Majesties late royal Grandfather (of blessed memory) for the Defence and Security of your Majesties Colony and Dominion of Virginia. Most humbly Sheweth That the French and...
13II., 3 July 1754 (Washington Papers)
Capitulation accordée par ⟨M.⟩ de Vill⟨iers Capitaine⟩ D’infant⟨erie⟩ Commandant des troupes de Sa Majesté tres Chrétienne a celuy des troupes Anglais actuellement dans le fort de Nécessité qui avoit été Construit sur les terres du Domaine Du Roy Ce 3e Juillet 1754 a huit heures du soir. Savoir. Comme notre intention n’a jamais été de troubler la Paix et la Bonne armonie qui régnoit entre les...
14I., 19 July 1754 (Washington Papers)
The third of this Instant July, about 9 o’Clock, we received Intelligence that the French, having been reinforced with 700 Recruits, had left Monongehela, and were in full March with 900 Men to attack us. Upon this, as our Numbers were so unequal, (our whole Force not exceeding 300) we prepared for our Defence in the best Manner we could, by throwing up a small Intrenchment, which we had not...
15Document I, 1–4 November 1771 (Washington Papers)
To His Excellency the Right Honble John Earl of Dunmore his Majestys Lieutt & Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia and vice Admiral of the same and to the Honble the Council—The Memorial of George Washington, Colo. of the first Virginia Regiment in behalf of himself and others Most humbly Sheweth That it being judg’d proper to raise Troops, and erect a Fort at the Confluence...
[ 13 Oct. 1769 ]. “This Indenture made the Thirteenth Day of October in the year 1769 Between George Washington of the County of Fairfax Esqr. and Martha his wife of the one part and James Mercer of The Town of Fredericksburg in the County of Spotsylvania attorney at Law of the other part Witnesseth That the said George Washington and Martha his wife for and in Consideration of the sum of...
An Account of the Sail of the Estate of Colo. Custis Decst in WmsBurg October 25 1759 £  s. d. 104. 2 Pewter Dishes and 6 Plates To Cash paid 1. 2. 6 105. 4 Pewter Dishes To George Chaplain .12. 6 106. 9 High Leathe Chears To Thos Wilkins 2. 5. 6 107. 1 Tin Basket & other Lumber To John Greenhow .11.   108. 1 Jarr one pr Scales & weights To Wm Graves .15. 6 109. 1 Ladle 2 Candle Sticks &...
Articles of agreement made and concluded upon this first day of May 1762 between George Washington of Fairfax County Gent. of the one part, and Burgess Mitchell of the Provence of Maryland of the other part; Witnesseth, that the said Burgess Mitchell for the Consideration’s hereafter to be mentioned, doth Covenant and agree to and with the said George Washington that he will well and truely...
[ 3 Aug. 1770 ]. “Articles of Agreement made and concluded upon this third day of August in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and Seventy, between George Muse of the County of Caroline . . . & George Washington . . . Witnesseth that the said George Muse hath this day agreed . . . to let the said George Washington . . . have one full third part of all the Land which he the said...
7 Dec. 1771 . GW’s bond was to Philip Pendleton (1752–1802) of Frederick County for £800 in the sale for £400 to Pendleton of “the fee Simple Estate of . . . a Certain Tract of Land Lying . . . in the said County of Frederick adjoining the Lands of James Keith, The Orphans of Joshua & Abraham Hains and the Tract of Land which the said Philip Pendleton Purchased of Owen Thomas, being that Neck...