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7211[Diary entry: 8 January 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Went a huntg. with Mr. Alexander, J. P. Custis & Ld. W[ashingto]n, killd a fox (a dog one) after 3 hours chase. Mr. Alexr. went away and Wn. & Thruston came in the Aftern.
7212[Diary entry: 8 January 1770] (Washington Papers)
8. Clear and Cold. Wind at No. West.
I am Sorry it is not convenient for you to take Iron for Mr Kennedays Pork Should my people have got It which is uncertain[.] when I came from the Furnace I left directions with them to procure it If possible & which Mr Kenneday had promised me to be at the Furnace about that Week[.] Should they have got It[,] would a Credite with Doctr Ross Suit you[?] I am greatly pleased to find you are so...
7214[Diary entry: 7 January 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Mr. Washng. & Mr. Thruston went to Belvoir. GW today paid the Rev. Mr. Thruston £10 for his share of lands on the Ohio to be granted under the Proclamation of 1763 ( General Ledger A General Ledger A, 1750–1772. Library of Congress, George Washington Papers, Series 5, Financial Papers. , folio 302).
7215[Diary entry: 7 January 1770] (Washington Papers)
7. Again Cloudy in the Morning & rainy Afternoon. River opened.
7216[Diary entry: 6 January 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. The two Colo. Fairfaxs and Mrs. Fairfax dind here as did Mr. R. Alexander & the two Gentn. that came the day before. The Belvoir Family returnd after Dinner.
7217[Diary entry: 6 January 1770] (Washington Papers)
6. Cloudy Morning, & Rainy Afternoon wind Eastwardly.
7218[Diary entry: 5 January 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Rid to Muddy hole & Doeg Run. Carrd. the Dogs with me but found nothing. Mr. Warnr. Washington & Mr. Thruston came in the Evening.
7219[Diary entry: 5 January 1770] (Washington Papers)
5. Clear & pleasant. Wind Southwardly—the Ground notwithstanding close blockd up.
I Congratulate you upon the fine weather we have had since your absence; if it has been as favourable to you, as it has been here, you will long Ere this reaches you be safely arrived in Carolina. When you left us, you did not tell me, nor did I know till a few days agone, that you designd a visit to our (cruel) Mother Country, shall I say. I highly approve your design. Now is the best Season...