George Washington Papers

[Diary entry: 20 November 1772]

20. Set out about two Clock for Colo. Bassetts.

GW was obliged to leave Williamsburg today in order to be present in Fredericksburg for the meeting of the Virginia Regiment, scheduled three days later. He left with some reluctance, because he had not been able to finish his personal business in Williamsburg “by reason of the late coming in of the merchants” (GW to Charles M. Thruston, 12 Mar. 1773, DLC:GW; Va. Gaz., P&D, 12 Nov. 1772).

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