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2601 Franklin, Benjamin Franklin’s Use of “Prudential Algebra,” [before 3 … 1773-07-14 AD : American Philosophical Society These seemingly random jottings turn out to have more...
2602 Franklin, Benjamin Colden, Alexander From Benjamin Franklin to Alexander Colden, 3 August … 1773-08-03 ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress <West Wycomb, at Lord Le Despencer’s, August 3, 1773:...
2603 Franklin, Benjamin Foxcroft, John From Benjamin Franklin to John Foxcroft, 3 August 1773 1773-08-03 ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I wrote to you pretty fully by Capt. All viâ...
2604 Franklin, Benjamin Franklin, William From Benjamin Franklin to William Franklin, 3 August … 1773-08-03 ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I am com hither to spend a few Days and breathe a...
2605 Franklin, Benjamin Galloway, Joseph From Benjamin Franklin to Joseph Galloway, 3 August … 1773-08-03 ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I was in hopes the Acts passed at your Winter...
2606 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 August 1773] 1773-08-03 3. Dined at Mr. Willm. Digges’s & got home in the afternoon.
2607 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 August 1773] 1773-08-03 3. Still Warm. Forenoon a little Cloudy with some Rain. Afternoon clear.
2608 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 August 1773] 1773-08-02 2. Dined at Mr. Igns. Digges’s & returnd to Mr. Calverts in the afternoon.
2609 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 August 1773] 1773-08-02 2. Warm forenoon—a little Rain in the Afternoon.
2610 Boucher, Jonathan Washington, George To George Washington from Jonathan Boucher, 2 August … 1773-08-02 I persuade myself, You & Mrs Washington, as well as the hospitable & good Family You are in, will...
2611 Washington, George Boucher, Jonathan From George Washington to Jonathan Boucher, 2 August … 1773-08-02 I am sorry to be deprivd of the pleasure of seeing you—& concernd at the painful cause of it;...
2612 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 August 1773] 1773-08-01 Augt. 1st. At Mr. Calverts all day.
2613 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 August 1773] 1773-08-01 Augt. 1st. Weather clear and Warm, Wind Southerly.
2614 Adams, John Adams’ Notes of Authorities: Special Court of … 1773-07-01 Woods. Inst. 675, middle. “The Confession of the Defendant to private Persons, or to a...
2615 Washington, George [July 1773] 1773-07-01 July 1st. Doctr. Craik & his Companion went away before Breakfast; & Doctr. Rumney after Dinner....
2616 Washington, George Acct. of the Weather in July [1773] 1773-07-01 July 1st. Clear & Warm—Wind howevr. fresh from the Eastward. 2. Very Warm. Clear & still in the...
2617 Washington, George Cash Accounts, July 1773 1773-07-01 Cash July 8— To Cash recd from Colo. [George William] Fairfax for Smiths work £ 5. 1.4 To Ditto...
2618 Simpson, Gilbert Washington, George To George Washington from Gilbert Simpson, July 1773 1773-07-01 I Receved your Letter of the 8 of Junly in which I Find you are much disturevd and I am Reyley...
2619 Washington, George [Diary entry: 31 July 1773] 1773-07-31 31. At Mount Airy all day.
2620 Washington, George [Diary entry: 31 July 1773] 1773-07-31 31. Warm—close and still in the forenoon. More Wind and Cooler afterwards.
2621 Tayloe, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Tayloe, 31 July 1773 … 1773-07-31 Letter not found: from John Tayloe, c.31 July 1773. On 20 Aug. 1773 GW wrote Tayloe : “Your...
2622 Cuthbert, John Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from John Cuthbert, 30 July 1773 1773-07-30 ALS : American Philosophical Society The Time elapsed since I had the pleasure of seeing you at...
2623 Washington, George [Diary entry: 30 July 1773] 1773-07-30 30th. Mr. Tilghman returnd home. Mrs. Washington Miss Nelly Calvert & myself went to Mount Airy...
2624 Washington, George [Diary entry: 30 July 1773] 1773-07-30 30. Morning very warm, close & still—but somewhat cooler afterwards. Wind freshing up.
2625 Farrell & Jones Jefferson, Thomas XIII. Farell & Jones to Thomas Jefferson, 30 July 1773 1773-07-30 It is with great concern we have heard from Mr. Evans of the Death of our worthy Friend Mr....
2626 Farrell & Jones Randolph, Richard XIV. Farell & Jones to Richard Randolph, 30 July 1773 1773-07-30 We wrote you fully by the Virginia since which we have none of your favors. We did intend sending...
2627 Franklin, William Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from William Franklin, 29 July … 1773-07-29 ALS : American Philosophical Society I arrived here on Monday Evening last when I had the...
2628 Washington, George [Diary entry: 29 July 1773] 1773-07-29 29. Colo. Carlyle & Son & Mr. Piper dind here & went away again in the afternoon with his...
2629 Washington, George [Diary entry: 29 July 1773] 1773-07-29 29. Great appearances of Rain again but none fell here. Weather warm.
2630 Washington, George [Diary entry: 28 July 1773] 1773-07-28 28. Ditto—Ditto—Mr. Tilghman came here in the forenoon—as did Miss Sally Carlyle & Sister.