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1797 Feby 25 Dr. Mansion house for the work of 8 hands ⅌ Week 48 Cr. By Waggon hauling Stocks at Dogue run 2 " do hauling Posts & Rails 3 " do hauling Hay to Mansion house 1 " 3 horse Cart hauling Posts & Rails 2 " do hauling Manure to Garden 3 " do hauling Meal & Bran from Mill 1
A Meteorological account of the Weather Kept at Mount Vernon Feby 1797 12 In the Morning 47 NW clear 49 W clear 50 S clear 13 46 E cloudy 48 E raining 48 NE raining 14 45 N. raining 46
A Meteorological account of the weather kept at Mt Vernon 1797 Jany 29 In the morning 48 S. cloudy 48 W. Cloudy 46 NW Clear 30 38 NW Clear 40 NW Clear 42 W. Cloudy 31 39 SE Cloudy
A Meteorological Account of the Weather as kept as Mt Vernon 1797 January 22 In the morning 37 W. cloudy 38; W: Clear 37: W: Clear 23 36 S: Clear 38 S. Clear 36 S:E: Clear 24 37 SW Clear
1797 January 20th Dr. Mansion house for the work of 8 hands Amt ⅌ Week 48 days Cr. By hauling Hay & Straw for Horses & Cattle 4 " Hauling Timber for the Carpenters 2 " going to Mill 2 days & Hauling Wood to burn Shells 1 d. 3 " Hauling Wood 8 days cuting of Wood 12 days 20 " Hauling Salt from Alexria 1 " Heaping of Manure 18 " Picking potatoes of frost bitt ones
A Meterological Account of the Weather kept at Mount Vernon 1797 Jany 8 26 NW Clear 30 NW Clear 26 NW Clear 9 20 NW Clear 27 NW Clear 27 NW Clear 10 16 N. Clear
A Meteorological Account of the Weather kept at Mount Vernon Jany 1797 1st In the Morning 30 N.W. Clear 38 N.W. Clear 32 NW Clear 2d 32 N. Cloudy 36 N Clear 32 N Cloudy 3 30 NE Snow 35
I have Recived your Letter of the 14th Instant. With Respect to Mr Alexander Smith I have Taken up his note of 6439 Dollars which was Lodged In the Bank of Alexandria & have Taken 2 others one payable on the 24th day of December—for 1600 Dollars—the other for 4839 Dol lars payable the first day of March those notes are now Inclosed by Danniel Duglass & Jes s e Simes they are both c onsi dered...
A Meteorological Account of the Weather Kept at Mt Vernon Novr 13 In the Mor n g 49 S Cloudy 54 SW Clear 52 SW Clear 14th 48 SW Cloudy 53 SW Clear 51 SW Clear 15th 48
I have Receved your Letter of the 6th Instant Together with the Memorandom and three heads of the Egyption wheat you Mention; This I have planted as you directed—and as to the directions contained In the memorandom I will pay all the attention to them In my power, during my Stay on your Estate, and will Likewise point out to Mr Anderson your Ideas of the different things which you Spoke to me...
A Meteorrological Acct of the Weather kept at Mt Vernon Novr 6th In the Morning 48 DE foggy 54 E foggy 52 E Cloudy 7th 50 NE foggy 55 NE foggy 52 NE Cloudy 8th 52 SW foggy 56
A Meteorological Account of the weather kept at Mt Vernon October 16 In the Morning 65 W. Raining 69 SW Clear 67 NW Clear 17th 63 NW Clear 67 NW Clear 64 N Clear 18th 55 NW Clear 67
A Meteorological Account of the Weather kept at Mt Vernon July 24th In the Morning 68 SW clear 74 SW Clear 72 SW Clowdy 25 70 SW clowdy 76 SW Clowdy 74 SW Raining 26 70 DS clear 75
I have Recevd your Letter of the 10th Instant with Respect to the price of Flour It sells In alexandria for a 11 or 12 dollars ⅌ Barrell at most for cash and I beleve some Gives 13 Dollars ⅌ Barrell on a Creddit of 60 days—Mr Smith has Returnd from New york and I have Sounded him on the Subject of buying yours at 15 Dolla r s ⅌ Barrell at the c r edit he offered to take it at before he went...
April 10th In the Morng 50 NE Clear 55 NE Clear 54 N Clear 11th 50 NE Cloudy 60 NE Clear 57 NE Clear 12th 54 SW Clear 62
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 27–29 March 1796. On 3 April, GW wrote Pearce: “Your letter of the 27th Ulto, with a Postscript of the 29th, came duly to hand yesterday.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 20 March 1796. On 27 March, GW wrote Pearce: “Yesterday brought me your letter of the 20th instant.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 13 March 1796. On 20 March, GW wrote Pearce: “Your letter of the 13th instt and the reports of the preceeding week came duly to hand yesterday.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 6 March 1796 . On 13 March, GW wrote Pearce: “Your letter of the 6th instant came to hand yesterday.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 28 Feb. 1796 . On 9 March, GW wrote Pearce: “I did not receive your letter of the 28th Ulto, until eight o’clock last night.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 21 Feb. 1796 . On 28 Feb., GW wrote Pearce: “Your letter of the 21st instt with the Reports of the preceeding week came to my hands yesterday.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 14 Feb. 1796 . On 21 Feb., GW wrote Pearce: “Since my last to you, I have received your letters of the 7th & 14th Instant.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 7 Feb. 1796 . On 21 Feb., GW wrote Pearce: “Since my last to you, I have received your letters of the 7th & 14th Instant.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 31 Jan.–2 Feb. 1796 . On 7 Feb., GW wrote Pearce: “Your letter, begun on the 31st of last month, and ended the 2d of this, came, with the Reports enclosed, duly to hand yesterday.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 24 Jan. 1796 . On 31 Jan., GW wrote Pearce: “Your letter of the 24th inst. with the reports, came to hand, at the usual time, yesterday.”
I Receved your Letter of the 10th Inst. wharein you Say you have not Receved any Letter or the Reports as Usual. I cannot Account for thare not Giting To you, If the post Got In—for I Sent them To the post office In Time by peter and he sais he Delivered them thare. Mr Devenport Is dead he died this Morning. he was taken Sick on the friday week Before. but on the Monday he Seemd to Git better...
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 10 Jan. 1796 . On 17 Jan., GW wrote Pearce: “Your letters of the 3d & 10th instt are both before me.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 3 Jan. 1796 . On 17 Jan., GW wrote Pearce: “Your letters of the 3d & 10th instt are both before me.”
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 27 Dec. 1795 . On 3 Jan. 1796, GW wrote Pearce: “Your letter of the 27th with the reports came to hand yesterday.”
I have Receved your letter of the 13th Instant. Cyrus Is still In a bad state of health and I fear it will be some time before he will fully recover—when he does I will do Every thing I can to Incorage him to persevere In doing well so as to fit him for your purpose. the hogs are killed and Every person has Receved thare share and thare Is 60 Very Cleaver hogs salted a way for your own use—the...