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    A Restless Nation Stirs

    From: Washington Papers | Diaries | Volume 3 | A Restless Nation Stirs

    1[January 1774] (Washington Papers)
    Jan 1st. Fox hunting with Mr. George Digges, Mr. Robt. Alexr. & Peake who all dind here, together...
    Jan. 1st. A little Rain fell in the Night. The day remarkably pleasant. Wind in the Afternn. at...
    3[February 1774] (Washington Papers)
    Feby. 1st. At home all day. Mr. Fairfax went away after Breakfast. In & abt. Dinner time Nancy...
    Feby. 1st. Tolerably warm, and thawing all day. Wind Southerly. 2. Still warm and thawing with...
    5[March 1774] (Washington Papers)
    March 1. Mr. & Mrs. Calvert & Miss Calvert with Mr. Custis & his Wife & Mr. George Digges came to...
    March 1. Rather raw & Cold in the forenoon—pleasant afterwards and clear. 2. Warm in the forepart...
    7[April 1774] (Washington Papers)
    April 1st. At home all day. Price Posey dined here. 2. At home all day. Mr. Robt. Adam dined...
    April 1st. Clear & pleasant Forenoon with but little Wind. Lowerg. afterwards. 2. Raining a...
    9[May 1774] (Washington Papers)
    May 1st. At home all day. Alone. 2. Rid in the forenoon with Mrs. Washington to Belvoir. 3. At...
    May 1st. Cool, Wind blowing fresh all day from the Northwest. Also clear. 2. Clear and rather...