George Washington Papers

[Diary entry: 25 February 1771]

25. No frost—forenoon clear, Warm & very pleasant. Afternoon very Cloudy but still warm. Wind Southwardly. Snow almost gone.

GW informed Jonathan Boucher in a postscript of this date that “now the River is so much choked with Ice as to render . . . passage precarious” (20–25 Feb. 1771, DLC:GW).

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