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7211[Diary entry: 11 March 1769] (Washington Papers)
11. Ground excessive hard froze & Morning very cold—wind being fresh from the No. Wt. but the Afternoon more moderate wind falling.
Upon a Review of my Books, there appears to be a Balle due from you, to me, on my own private Acct. of £34.6.9½. Please to examine how this matter stands on your Books, and if found right remit the money to Robt Cary Esqr. & Co. Merchants in London whose discharge will be good against Sir Yr most Hble Servt ALB , DLC:GW . After his marriage in 1759 and until 1766, GW continued the Custis...
7213[Diary entry: 14 October 1771] (Washington Papers)
14th. Clear in the forenoon with the Wind Southerly but Cloudy afterwards & Rain.
7214[Diary entry: 8 July 1774] (Washington Papers)
8. A little Cool in the forenoon. Wind at No. West. Warm in the middle of the day there being no Wind & cool again in the Afternoon the Wind blowing pretty fresh from the Eastward.
I sent an Express to Fort Cumberland on Tuesday last, who is just returned with the enclosed Letters; which I send, to prevent the trouble of extracting a part. In my letter to Colonel Stephen, I did, among other things, inform him of the accusations laid to his charge; and that he must expect to have the matter enquired into: your Honor will see what he says upon the subject. Desolation and...
7216[Diary entry: 5 November 1774] (Washington Papers)
5. Very pleasant with but little [wind].
7217[Diary entry: 31 July 1771] (Washington Papers)
31. Just such a day as yesterday.
7218[Diary entry: 17 February 1768] (Washington Papers)
17. Very white Frost; Morning clear, & Still. Afternoon muddy with the Wind at So.
7219Orderly Book, 26 September 1758 (Washington Papers)
Camp at Reas Town Tuesday Septr 26th 1758 G. O. Parole Dunachadee Field Officer for to Morrow Majr Campbell. Adjt for to morrow 1st V. Regt. Detail for Guards C. S. S. C. P. H. 1 1 28 1 Vs. 1 12 2 [Vs.] 2
7220Orders, 9–10 July 1756 (Washington Papers)
Morning Orders. Fort Cumberland [Md.] Friday, July 9th 1756. One Captain, two Subalterns, three Sergeants, and fifty rank and file—to parade immediately to scour well the woods around the Fort —The Captain to wait upon Colonel Washington for his Orders. The Troops are to be mustered by the Muster master at Gunfiring to-morrow morning. Colonel Washington orders Lieutenant-Colonel Stephen, and...