George Washington Papers

[Diary entry: 1 February 1789]

Sunday 1st. Thermometer at 14 in the Morning—22 at Noon And 20 at Night. Clear morning with the Wind at No. Wt. where it continued fresh & very cold, all day.

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert—Mr. & Mrs. Young and Mr. George Calvert came here to Dinner and stayed all Night.

Hugh Young, a Baltimore merchant, assisted GW several weeks later by forwarding some Irish gooseberry cuttings that arrived for him in Baltimore (Young to GW, 16 Feb. 1789, and GW to Young, 3 Mar. 1789, DLC:GW).

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