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1[Diary entry: 23 May 1797] (Washington Papers)
23. Wind Easterly & rather Cool.
I have this day paid to Col. Pickering (Mr Wolcott being absent) Seventeen hundred dollars to be...
3[Diary entry: 13 June 1797] (Washington Papers)
13. Very Warm with a brisk Southerly wind—a slight Shower of Rain. Mercury 83.
Your favor of the 5th instant came duly to hand. Mr Blagdens last call for $1000 is, I must...
Letter not found: Clement Biddle to GW, 30 Aug. 1797. On 6 Sept. GW wrote Biddle : “Your favor of...
On the 20th instant a bill passed the House of Representatives appropriating 200,000 dols. for...
In a letter from General Hamilton, enclosing the one I now forwd to you, I am requested to...
It is a Melancholy thought to Me that While I Could Be So Happy at Mount Vernon, I am Still...
My not receiving any favour from you in answer to my last, and having received one from Doctor...
10[Diary entry: 3 July 1797] (Washington Papers)
3. Clear in the forenoon with a slight shower for a few minutes about 2 Oclock; afternoon Wind...
The Cook I wish to dispose of, is at present under inoculation—As soon as he recovers, & is...
Letter not found: George Lewis to GW, 31 Mar. 1797. On 9 April GW wrote Lewis : “Your letter of...
I returnd Home a few days ago after more than a month’s absence & assure you I was deeply...
I received, this morning, your letter of the 23d inst. for which I am much obliged to you. I did...
Your letter of the 14th instt has been duly received, and gives us pleasure to hear that you...
Your letter of the 28th of last month has been duly received, and is entitled to my thanks for...
It may be justly expected that I should make some Apology for giving you this Trouble. I am...
Your propositions with which I was honor’d a few days ago, respecting an exchange of Lands...
I am informed that there is a quantity of Land lying between the Great Kanhawa and Sandy River in...
Some months ago you Send your Christopher to me on account of the bite of a mad dog, and by him a...
21[Diary entry: 26 May 1799] (Washington Papers)
26. Clear with the Wind at No. Wt. but not cold. Mer. at 64 in the Morng. and 66 at Night. Mr. &...
You will perceive by the enclosed in what manner I am disappointed in receiving the Rent for my...
Since my Letter of the last Post, John Parker of Charleston, the Son of William, has expressed a...
24[Diary entry: 30 October 1798] (Washington Papers)
30. Morning clear & Cold Mer. 27. Wind Southerly & fresh all day afterwards. At Night M. 37.
I had the honor to receive by Captn Evelett, in the Brig Philanthropist, your very polite and...
26[Diary entry: 16 June 1799] (Washington Papers)
16. Morning clear & calm. Mer. at 62—calm all day. Mer. 74 at Night. Doctr. & Mrs. Stuart & their...
27April [1799] (Washington Papers)
1. Clear (except being smoky). Mer. at 46. Wind Northerly—afterwds. Easterly and towards Night...
28[Diary entry: 30 May 1799] (Washington Papers)
30. Morning clear—Wind Southerly and Mer. at 64. Great appearances of Rain all the forenoon & a...
29[Diary entry: 21 November 1798] (Washington Papers)
21. Dined at Majr. Reeds—Senator’s. Jacob Read (1752–1816) was a Federalist United States senator...
30[Diary entry: 6 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
6. Morning very heavy with great appearances of Rain—but little Wind & Mer. at 80–87 at highest &...
If you could have foreseen the length of passage, to which your letter of the 23d of April was...
32[Diary entry: 20 June 1799] (Washington Papers)
20. Morning cloudy—Mer. at 76 and Wind So. Easterly and fresh all day towards night appearances...
33[Diary entry: 19 December 1798] (Washington Papers)
19. Stopped at Doctr. Thorntons and Mr. Peter’s & dined at home. Snow having fallen about 3...
Your letter of the 11th Ulto from Knoxville has been duly received, and for the kind &...
Your letter of the 28th of Decr with a P.S. of the 7th instt was delivered to me the 12th by Mr...
Sir—I Can Now inform you Captn Macnemara has had my Witness[’]s affedev. gaven in to Mr Hay for...
37[Diary entry: 26 March 1798] (Washington Papers)
26. Morning—Clear—Wind at No. Wt. & Mer. 40. Afternoon wind shifted to So. W. & lowered. Mer. 50...
Though I have not the honour of being known personally to Your Excellency Yet I flatter myself...
39[Diary entry: 25 November 1798] (Washington Papers)
25. Ditto at my Lodgings.
Five and twenty years, nearly, have passed away since I have considered myself as the permanent...
41[Diary entry: 10 July 1799] (Washington Papers)
10. Morning perfectly clear with very little wind. Mer. at 66—clear all day. Mer. 74 at Night....
Letter not found: from William Price, 15 Nov. 1799. On 20 Nov. GW wrote Price that his “favour of...
43[Diary entry: 16 April 1798] (Washington Papers)
16. Morning Calm & clear Mer. at 40. Afterwards Wind at No. Wt. & variable & weather also, Cold...
44[Diary entry: 23 December 1798] (Washington Papers)
23. Clear—wind at No. West. Mercury at 20 in the Morning.
The enclosure, contained in Colo. Henleys letter to me (which with the letter itself is...
Much rain last week and some other matters prevented my Sending to the post office until last...
47[Diary entry: 30 March 1798] (Washington Papers)
30. Morning tolerably clear Wind abt. South Mer. 49. Clear & warm all day, wind in the same...
I have the Honour to acknoledge the receipt of your Esteemed favour of the 14th Currt by your...
49[Diary entry: 6 May 1798] (Washington Papers)
6. Morning—perfectly clear with a light breeze from the Westward—Mer. 62. High wind from No. West...
Your favour of the 13th inst: came duly to hand. I am now making arrangements at the Bank of...