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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 " 2 Horse Cart hauling Hay & Straw 2
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 2 " Repairing of Mill Dam
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...