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    The Loss of Patsy Custis

    From: Washington Papers | Diaries | Volume 3 | The Loss of Patsy Custis

    1[undated diary entry] (Washington Papers)
    The following is the opinion of the late Lord Chanceller Cambden, and Chanceller York, on Titles...
    2[undated diary entry] (Washington Papers)
    Sales of the Pews in Alexandria Church—to whom—&ca. Nos. Purchasers Price 4 Mr. Townsd. Dade...
    3[January 1773] (Washington Papers)
    Jany. 1st. Dined at Belvoir and returnd in the Afternoon. Found Mr. Grafton Dulany, Mr. Ben....
    Jany. [1.] Calm, clear, & exceeding pleasant. 2. Calm & very pleasant in the Forenoon with Wind,...
    5[February 1773] (Washington Papers)
    Feby. 1. At home all day. In the Afternoon Mr. Bryan Fairfax came here & Stayd all Night—as did...
    Feby. 1. Wind shifting in the Night to the No. West blew fresh & turnd Cold especially towards...
    7[March 1773] (Washington Papers)
    March 1st. At home all day—in Company with Mr. Willis, Mr. Warner Washington & my Bro. Saml. 2....
    March 1st. Snowing all the forenoon—Wind being at No. East, which shifting to the No. West blew...
    9[April 1773] (Washington Papers)
    April 1st. Rid to my Mill, and Plantations on this side the Creek. Mr. Dulany went away after...
    April 1st. Warm and pleasant in the forenoon—but Cloudy & Cold in the Afternoon, Wind blowing...