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Whereas since the Accession of the present King, Parliament has claimed a Power of Right to bind the People of the Colonies in North America by Statutes in all Cases whatsoever: And for carrying the said Power into Execution, has by some Statutes expressly taxed the People of the said Colonies, and by divers other Statutes under various Pretences, but in Fact, for the Purpose of raising a...
721218 Sunday. (Adams Papers)
A fair morning. Heard Mr. Maccarty. Rev. Thaddeus Maccarty (1721–1784) , who at the preceding Harvard commencement had singled out JA to serve as schoolmaster in Worcester.
7213Memorandum, 20 November 1772 (Washington Papers)
Colo. Lewis is desired to seel the two Bills of £250 & £150 each for what they will fetch —receive £32.10.0 of Colo. John Banister —& all the Money which Hill can collect. out of which To pay my part of Norfleets demand—Mr Hodges claim against Mr Robt Adam—£20 to John Washington (being money receivd for him of Mr Ross) and one hundd and odd pound to the Treasury on acct of Mr William Ramsay;...
7214[Diary entry: 30 May 1769] (Washington Papers)
30. Cool & clear. Wind being at No. West.
7215[Diary entry: 19 July 1768] (Washington Papers)
19. Clear and very warm with a small breeze from the Southward.
7216[Diary entry: 9 March 1769] (Washington Papers)
9. Ground hard froze—& very raw cold, and cloudy till 12 oclock then more moderate. Wind southwardly and clear.
7217[Diary entry: 27 October 1774] (Washington Papers)
27. Much such a day as yesterday.
7218[Diary entry: 20 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
20. All the above Company here all day.
7219[Diary entry: 6 June 1769] (Washington Papers)
6. At home all day—Mrs. Fairfax, Colo. Fairfax & Mr. Wormely the elder ding. here & returning in the afternoon. Ralph Wormeley (1715–1790), one of the wealthiest planters in the colony, lived at his family’s old home, Rosegill, on the south bank of the Rappahannock River near Urbanna. He served as burgess from Middlesex County 1742–64 and later became comptroller of the Rappahannock River...
7220[Diary entry: 17 April 1775] (Washington Papers)
17. Colo. Mason & myself went up to Alexa. to a Committee & to a New choice of Delegates. I returnd at Night. This meeting was called in Alexandria for election of delegates to the Virginia Convention from Fairfax County. GW and Charles Broadwater were again elected. By early May GW and the other Virginia delegates to the Second Continental Congress, all of whom were also Virginia Convention...