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    A New Mill and a Journey to the Ohio

    From: Washington Papers | Diaries | Volume 2 | A New Mill and a Journey to the Ohio

    1[January 1770] (Washington Papers)
    Jany. 1. At home all day alone. 2. At home all day. Mr. Peake dined here. 3. At home all day...
    Jany. 1st. Constant Rain the whole day with high & boisterous Wind from the No. Et. 2. Clear and...
    3[February 1770] (Washington Papers)
    Feby. 1. Went a huntg. (being joind by Mr. Peake Wm. Triplet & Harrison Manley) & after a Chace...
    Feby. 1. Clear & tolerably pleasant there being but little Wind, that however was Northwardly &...
    Feby. 2d. Agreed with Joseph Goart, to come down and raise Stone out of my Quarry for my Mill at...
    6[March 1770] (Washington Papers)
    Mar. 1. My Brothers and the Company with them went away about 10 O clock. I went to level the...
    Mar. 1st. Wind Northwardly. Cold & Cloudy with Snow every now and then. 2. Cloudy with a Mixture...
    6th. Joseph Gort a stone Mason came here to raise Stone. Began to Enlist Corn Ground at Muddy...
    9[April 1770] (Washington Papers)
    Apl. 1. Went to Pohick Church and returnd home to Dinner. 2. Rid to see Mr. Humphrey Peake who...
    April 1. Raw & cold Wind at No. Et. with great appearances (sometimes of falling Weather—at other...