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1 Washington, George September 1784 1784-09-01 Having found it indispensably necessary to visit my Landed property west of the Apalacheon...
2 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 September 1784] 1784-09-01 Having found it indispensably necessary to visit my Landed property west of the Apalacheon...
3 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 September 1784] 1784-09-02 Sep. 2. About 5 Oclock we set out from Shepperds; and leaving the Baggage to follow slowly on, we...
4 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 September 1784] 1784-09-03 3d. Having business to transact with my Tenants in Berkeley; & others, who were directed to meet...
5 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 September 1784] 1784-09-04 4th. Having finished my business with my Tenants (so far at least as partial payments could put a...
6 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 September 1784] 1784-09-05 5th. Dispatched my Waggon (with the Baggage) at day light; and at 7 Oclock followed it. Bated at...
7 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 September 1784] 1784-09-06 6th. Remained at Bath all day and was shewed the Model of a Boat constructed by the ingenious Mr....
8 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 September 1784] 1784-09-08 8th. Set out about 7 oclock with the Doctr. (Craik) his Son William, and my Nephew Bushrod...
9 Washington, George [Diary entry: 9 September 1784] 1784-09-09 9th. Having discharged the hired Horses which were obtained at the Springs, & hired one more only...
10 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 September 1784] 1784-09-10 10th. Set off a little after 5 Oclock altho’ the morning was very unpromissing. Finding from the...
11 Washington, George [Diary entry: 11 September 1784] 1784-09-11 11th. Set out at half after 5 oclock from Tumbersons, & in about 1½ Miles came to what is called...
12 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 September 1784] 1784-09-12 12th. Left Daughertys about 6 Oclock, stopped a while at the Great Meadows, and viewed a tenament...
13 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 September 1784] 1784-09-13 13th. I visited my Mill, and the several tenements on this Tract (on which Simpson lives). I do...
14 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 September 1784] 1784-09-14 14th. Remained at Mr. Gilbert Simpsons all day. Before Noon Colo. Willm. Butler and the Officer...
15 Washington, George [Diary entry: 15 September 1784] 1784-09-15 15th. This being the day appointed for the Sale of my moiety of the Co-partnership stock—Many...
16 Washington, George [Diary entry: 16 September 1784] 1784-09-16 16th. Continued at Simpsons all day—in order to finish the business which was begun yesterday....
17 Washington, George [Diary entry: 17 September 1784] 1784-09-17 17th. Detained here by a settled Rain the whole day—which gave me time to close my accts. with...
18 Washington, George [Diary entry: 18 September 1784] 1784-09-18 18th. Set out with Doctr. Craik for my Land on Millers run (a branch of Shurtees [Chartier’s]...
19 Washington, George [Diary entry: 19 September 1784] 1784-09-19 19th. Being Sunday, and the People living on my Land, apparently very religious, it was thought...
20 Washington, George [Diary entry: 20 September 1784] 1784-09-20 20th. Went early this Morning to view my Land, & to receive the final determination of those who...
21 Washington, George [Diary entry: 21 September 1784] 1784-09-21 21st. Accompanied by Colo. Cannon & Captn. Swearingin who attended me to Debores ferry on the...
22 Washington, George [Diary entry: 22 September 1784] 1784-09-22 22d. After giving instructions to Major Thomas Freeman respecting his conduct in my business, and...
23 Washington, George [Diary entry: 23 September 1784] 1784-09-23 23d. Arrived at Colo. Philips abt. five oclock in the afternoon 16 Miles from Beason Town & near...
24 Washington, George [Diary entry: 24 September 1784] 1784-09-24 24th. And crossed it at the Mouth, as it was thought the river was too much swelled to attempt...
25 Washington, George [Diary entry: 25 September 1784] 1784-09-25 25th. Having obtained the foregoing information, and being indeed some what discouraged from the...
26 Washington, George [Diary entry: 26 September 1784] 1784-09-26 26th. Having found our Horses readily (for they nevr. lost sight of our fire) we started at the...
27 Washington, George [Diary entry: 27 September 1784] 1784-09-27 27th. I left Mr. Logston’s a little after day-break. At 4 Miles thro’ bad road, occasioned by...
28 Washington, George [Diary entry: 28 September 1784] 1784-09-28 28th. Remained at Colo. Hite’s all day to refresh myself and rest my Horses, having had a very...
29 Washington, George [Diary entry: 29 September 1784] 1784-09-29 29th. Having appointed to join Doctr. Craik and my Baggage at Colo. Warner Washington’s, but...
30 Washington, George [Diary entry: 30 September 1784] 1784-09-30 30th. Set out early—Captn. Hite returning home and travelled 11 or 12 Miles along the River,...
31 Washington, George [October 1784] 1784-10-01 October 1st. Dined at Mr. Gabriel Jones’s, not half a mile from Mr. Lewis’s, but seperated by the...
32 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 October 1784] 1784-10-01 October 1st. Dined at Mr. Gabriel Jones’s, not half a mile from Mr. Lewis’s, but seperated by the...
33 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 October 1784] 1784-10-02 2d. I set off very early from Mr. Lewis’s who accompanied me to the foot of the blew ridge at...
34 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 October 1784] 1784-10-03 3d. Left Quarters before day, and breakfasted at Culpeper Court house which was estimated 21...
35 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 October 1784] 1784-10-04 4th. Notwithstanding a good deal of rain fell in the night and the continuance of it this morning...
36 Washington, George January 1785 1785-01-01 First Monday. Colo. Bassett, who brought his daughter Fanny to this place to remain on the 24th....
37 Washington, George [Diary entry: 1 January 1785] 1785-01-01 First Monday. Colo. Bassett, who brought his daughter Fanny to this place to remain on the 24th....
38 Washington, George [Diary entry: 2 January 1785] 1785-01-02 Sunday 2d. Doctr. Craik came here to Dinner & stayed all Night. Drizzly Morning which first...
39 Washington, George [Diary entry: 3 January 1785] 1785-01-03 Monday 3d. Doctr. Stuart—his wife Betcy & Patcy Custis who had been here since the 27th. ulto....
40 Washington, George [Diary entry: 4 January 1785] 1785-01-04 Tuesday 4th. Colo. Blackburne went to Alexandria leaving his daughter here. Doctr. Craik...
41 Washington, George [Diary entry: 5 January 1785] 1785-01-05 Wednesday 5th. The Doctr. in vain attempted my ferry & being disappointed went to George Town...
42 Washington, George [Diary entry: 6 January 1785] 1785-01-06 Thursday 6th. Colo. Blackburn & his daughter left this after breakfast. Wind from the Southwest,...
43 Washington, George [Diary entry: 7 January 1785] 1785-01-07 Friday 7th. Road to my Mill, Ferry, Dogue run, & Muddy hole Plantations. Preparing my dry well,...
44 Washington, George [Diary entry: 8 January 1785] 1785-01-08 Saturday 8th. Drawing Ice from the river to my well in the Cellar—got it ¾ full & well pounded,...
45 Washington, George [Diary entry: 9 January 1785] 1785-01-09 Sunday 9th. Not much wind, and that at West, & So. West. Moderate & thawing a little. The Mercury...
46 Washington, George [Diary entry: 10 January 1785] 1785-01-10 Monday 10th. Mercury at Sun rise was at 38—at Noon the same and at Night 42. Drizzly all day with...
47 Washington, George [Diary entry: 11 January 1785] 1785-01-11 Tuesday 11th. Mercury at 38 in the Morning 40 at Noon & 44 at Night. Until Noon it was foggy,...
48 Washington, George [Diary entry: 12 January 1785] 1785-01-12 Wednesday 12th. Mercury at 42 in the Morning—40 at Noon & 38 at Night. Morning very fine with but...
49 Washington, George [Diary entry: 13 January 1785] 1785-01-13 Thursday 13th. Mercury in the Thermomiter at 26 about Sunrise—30 at Noon & 32 at Night. Morning...
50 Washington, George [Diary entry: 14 January 1785] 1785-01-14 Friday 14th. Mercury at 32 in the Morning 34 at Noon & 38 at Night. The Wind tho’ there was not...