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1October 1789 (Washington Papers)
Thursday 1st. Exercised in my Carriage in the forenoon. The following company dined here to day....
2[Diary entry: 1 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 1st. Exercised in my Carriage in the forenoon. The following company dined here to day....
3[Diary entry: 2 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Friday 2d. Dispatching Commissions &ca. as yesterday for the Judiciary. The Visitors to Mrs....
4[Diary entry: 3 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 3d. Sat for Mr. Rammage near two hours to day, who was drawing a miniature Picture of me...
5[Diary entry: 4 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 4th. Went to St. Pauls Chappel in the forenoon. Spent the remainder of the day in writing...
6[Diary entry: 5 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Monday 5th. Dispatched the Commissions to all the Judges of the Supreme and District Courts; & to...
7[Diary entry: 6 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 6th. Exercised in a Carriage with Mrs. Washington in the forenoon. Conversed with Genl....
8[Diary entry: 7 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 7th. Exercised on horseback; & called on the Vice President. In the afternoon walked an...
9[Diary entry: 8 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 8th. Mr. Gardoqui took leave, proposing to embark to morrow for Spain. The following...
10[Diary entry: 9 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Friday 9th. Exercised on horse-back between the hours of 9 and 11. Visited in my rout the Gardens...
11[Diary entry: 10 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 10th. Pursuant to an engagement formed on Thursday last—I set off about 9 Oclock in my...
12[Diary entry: 11 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 11th. At home all day—writing private Letters.
13[Diary entry: 12 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Monday 12th. Received the Compliments of the Count de Pentheve, commanding his most Christian...
14[Diary entry: 13 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 13th. At two Oclock received the Address from the People called Quakers. A good many...
15[Diary entry: 14 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 14th. Wrote several Letters to France and about 7 Oclock in the afternoon made an...
16[Diary entry: 15 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 15th. Commenced my Journey about 9 oclock for Boston and a tour through the Eastern...
17[Diary entry: 16 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Friday 16th. About 7 Oclock we left the Widow Havilands, and after passing Horse Neck [Greenwich]...
18[Diary entry: 17 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 17th. A little after Sun-rise we left Fairfield, & passing through Et. Fairfield...
19[Diary entry: 18 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 18th. Went in the forenoon to the Episcopal Church and in the afternoon to one of the...
20[Diary entry: 19 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Monday 19th. Left New haven at 6 oclock, and arrived at Wallingford (13 Miles) by half after 8...
21[Diary entry: 20 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 20th. After breakfast, accompanied by Colo. Wadsworth, Mr. Ellsworth and Colo. Jesse...
22[Diary entry: 21 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 21st. By promise I was to have Breakfasted at Mr. Ellsworths at Windsor on my way to...
23[Diary entry: 22 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 22d. Set out at 7 Oclock; and for the first 8 Miles rid over an almost uninhabited Pine...
24[Diary entry: 23 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Friday 23d. Commenced our course with the Sun, and passing through Leicester met some Gentlemen...
25[Diary entry: 24 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 24th. Dressed by Seven Oclock, and set out at eight. At ten we arrived in Cambridge...
26[Diary entry: 25 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 25th. Attended Divine Service at the Episcopal Church whereof Doctor Parker is the...
27[Diary entry: 26 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Monday 26th. The day being Rainy & Stormy—myself much disordered by a Cold and inflamation in the...
28[Diary entry: 27 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 27th. At 10 Oclock in the Morning received the Visits of the Clergy of the Town—at 11...
29[Diary entry: 28 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 28th. Went after an early breakfast to visit the duck Manufacture which appeared to be...
30[Diary entry: 29 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 29th. Left Boston about 8 Oclock. Passed over the Bridge at Charles Town and went to see...
31[Diary entry: 30 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Friday 30th. A Little after 8 Oclock I set out for Newbury-Port and in less than 2 Miles crossed...
32[Diary entry: 31 October 1789] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 31st. Left Newbury-port a little after 8 Oclock (first breakfasting with Mr. Dalton) and...
33[November 1789] (Washington Papers)
November 1st. Attended by the President of the State (Genl. Sullivan) Mr. Langdon, & the...
34[Diary entry: 1 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
November 1st. Attended by the President of the State (Genl. Sullivan) Mr. Langdon, & the...
35[Diary entry: 2 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Monday 2d. Having made previous preparations for it—About 8 Oclock attended by the President, Mr....
36[Diary entry: 3 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 3d. Sat two hours in the forenoon for a Mr. Painter of Boston, at the Request of Mr....
37[Diary entry: 4 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 4th. About half after seven I left Portsmouth, quietly & without any attendance, having...
38[Diary entry: 5 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 5th. About Sun rise I set out, crossing the Merimack River at the Town over to the...
39[Diary entry: 6 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Friday 6th. A little after Seven oclock, under great appearances of Rain or Snow, we left...
40[Diary entry: 7 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 7th. Left Tafts before Sunrise, and passing through Douglas wood breakfasted at one...
41[Diary entry: 8 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 8th. It being contrary to Law & disagreeable to the People of this State (Connecticut) to...
42[Diary entry: 9 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Monday 9th. Set out about 7 Oclock and for the first 24 Miles had hilly, rocky and disagreeable...
43[Diary entry: 10 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 10th. Left Hartford about 7 Oclock & took the Middle Road (instead of the one through...
44[Diary entry: 11 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 11th. Set out about Sunrise, and took the upper Road to Milford, it being shorter than...
45[Diary entry: 12 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 12th. A little before Sunrise we left Marvins and breakfasting at Stamford 13 Miles...
46[Diary entry: 13 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Friday 13th. Left Mrs. Havilands as soon as we could see the Road and breakfasted at Hoyets...
47[Diary entry: 14 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 14th. At home all day—except taking a Walk round the Battery in the Afternoon. At 4...
48[Diary entry: 15 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 15th. Went to St. Pauls Chapel in the forenoon and after returning from thence was visited...
49[Diary entry: 16 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Monday 16th. The Commissioners, who had returned from the proposed Treaty with the Creek Indians...
50[Diary entry: 17 November 1789] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 17th. The Visitors at the Levee to day, were numerous.