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– accepts resignations [1 reference]

– accidents [3 subentries]

– account of Battle of Princeton [1 reference]

– accounts of [66 references]

– accused of criticizing Edward Braddock [1 reference]

– acknowledges poems from Leyden Poetical Society [1 reference]

– acrostic [2 references]

– adages cited by [2 references]

– Adam Babcock's opinion of [1 reference]

– added to committees in House of Burgesses [2 references]

– addresses [206 subentries]

– addresses and proclamations [7 references]

– addresses and reviews troops [6 references]

– addresses to [1 subentry]

– adjutancy of Northern Neck [4 references + 4 subentries]

– administers army [50 subentries]

– admonishes subordinates [3 references]

– admonitions against vices [7 references]

– advances money to Otway Byrd [1 reference]

– advertisement for lease of Clifton's farm [1 reference]

– advertisements [6 references + 2 subentries]

– advice of about western settlement [1 reference]

– advice on estate management [2 references]

– advice sought by Ohio Company [1 reference]

– advice to John Parke Custis [1 reference]

– advice to nephews [1 reference]

– advice to relatives [1 reference]

– advised on care of health [1 reference]

– advises Alexander Hamilton [1 reference]

– advises John Tayloe to decline commission [1 reference]

– advises naval attention to Long Island Sound [7 references]

– advocates amnesty for deserters who return to Regiment [1 reference]

– advocates forming Va. agricultural society [1 reference]

– advocates giving field officers companies [3 references]

– advocates intercolonial regulation of Indian trade [1 reference]

– advocates military career [1 reference]

– advocates survey of the West [2 references]

– agreement with James Butler [2 references]

– agreement with Robert Alexander for Marshall's Maryland land [1 reference]

– agreements with overseers [3 references]

– agricultural methods of [2 references]

– agriculture [59 subentries]

– aides-de-camp [52 references]

– aids George Augustine Washington [3 references]

– aids John Augustine Spotswood [1 reference]

– aids merchant whose ship was seized by British [1 reference]

– Alexander Hamilton prepares drafts for [5 references]

– Alexandria house of [3 references]

– alleged plots against [2 references]

– alleged religious devotions [1 reference]

– alleged threats to [2 references]

– allowances for expenditures [5 references]

– alludes to Don Quixote [1 reference]

– allusions [1 subentry]

– alone with Martha [1 reference]

– amalgamates regiments [1 reference]

– amends letters of Thomas Jefferson [2 references]

– amusements [170 references + 32 subentries]

– ancestral burial grounds [1 reference]

– and acquisition of French-Dulany tract [1 reference]

– and Adam Stephen [1 reference]

– and addresses to Indians [1 reference]

– and address from officers [1 reference]

– and address of officers to governor [1 reference]

– and address of Philadelphia clergy [1 reference]

– and adjutancy of Northern Neck [9 references]

– and affairs of George William Fairfax [2 references]

– and agent to Creek [2 references]

– and a gift for John Forbes [1 reference]

– and agricultural machinery [3 references]

– and agricultural societies [1 reference]

– and alcohol [64 references]

– and Alexander McGillivray [1 reference]

– and Alexandria Academy [8 references]

– and almanac and blank book for accounts [1 reference]

– and aloe [1 reference]

– and altercation at polls [2 references]

– and amendments to the Constitution [1 reference]

– and American agriculture [1 reference]

– and American captives in Algiers [3 references]

– and American Indian vocabularies [3 references]

– and American Magazine [2 references]

– and American Philosophical Society [1 reference]

– and American textile manufacturing [1 reference]

– and ammunition supplies [9 references]

– and Andrew Allen [1 reference]

– and Andrew Ellicott's surveying mission [1 reference]

– and applications for office [1 reference]

– and appointment of brigade major [1 reference]

– and appointment of diplomats [1 reference]

– and appointment of military staff [10 references]

– and appointments recommended [1 reference]

– and appointments to Judiciary [17 references]

– and armed vessels [1 reference]

– and arms from Maryland [2 references]

– and arms supplies [27 references]

– and army augmentation [2 references]

– and army returns [1 reference]

– and arrangement of army [36 references]

– and arrangement of general officers of U.S. Army [1 reference]

– and arsenal at Harpers Ferry [2 references]

– and arsenals [2 references]

– and Arthur St. Clair [3 references]

– and Asgill play [1 reference]

– and attendance at Federal Convention [24 references]

– and Augusta (Hot Springs) scheme [3 references]

– and Augustine Washington's estate [1 reference]

– and Bank of England stock [1 reference]

– and bank veto message [1 reference]

– and Baron von Steuben [1 reference]

– and Barren Hill engagement [1 reference]

– and Bartholomew Dandridge, Sr., estate [1 reference]

– and Benjamin Smith Barton [1 reference]

– and Beverley Robinson [1 reference]

– and biblical prophecies [2 references]

– and bill regarding hogs in Winchester [1 reference]

– and bills of exchange [9 references]

– and bill to establish Strasburg [1 reference]

– and bill to establish Woodstock [1 reference]

– and biographies of [2 references]

– and blundering lieutenant [1 reference]

– and Boston clergy [1 reference]

– and bounty lands [26 references]

– and Braddock campaign [15 subentries]

– and brevet commissions [5 references]

– and British Board of Agriculture [1 reference]

– and British merchants [16 subentries]

– and British packet boat [1 reference]

– and Bryan Fairfax [1 reference]

– and Bushrod Washington's application for office [1 reference]

– and cabinet meetings [2 references]

– and Canadian strategy [21 references]

– and capture of La Force [1 reference]

– and care of sick [1 reference]

– and cashier for the Bank of United States [1 reference]

– and Catharine Littlefield Greene [1 reference]

– and certificate for executed slave [2 references]

– and charitable requests [3 references]

– and charity [61 references]

– and charity sermon [1 reference]

– and Charles Lee's estate [4 references]

– and Charles Lee's papers [3 references]

– and Charles Lee's will [5 references]

– and Charles Washington's death [2 references]

– and Christ Church [1 reference]

– and Christmas at Westover [1 reference]

– and clemency for deserters [7 references]

– and clemency for prisoners [4 references]

– and Clifton land dispute [9 references]

– and cloth from Hartford Woolen Manufactory [2 references]

– and clothing [3 references]

– and clothing regulations [1 reference]

– and clothing supplies [34 references]

– and coastal defense [33 references]

– and commissary general's department [4 references]

– and commissioners for the federal district [4 references]

– and commission for George Washington Parke Custis [1 reference]

– and commission for his brother [4 references]

– and commission for holding general court-martials [3 references]

– and commission in British army [1 reference]

– and commissions for officers [2 references]

– and committee to supervise military expenditures [36 references]

– and communication with enemy [3 references]

– and companies at Fort Cumberland [1 reference]

– and Congress [2 references]

– and congressional medals [1 reference]

– and consular appointments [3 references]

– and Continental loan certificates [5 references]

– and controversy over defense of Fort Cumberland [8 references]

– and controversy over route to Fort Duquesne [22 references]

– and convict servants [9 references]

– and Conway affair [2 references]

– and copies of laws [1 reference]

– and corn for distillery [1 reference]

– and councils of war [11 references]

– and counterfeiter [1 reference]

– and countess of Huntingdon [1 reference]

– and court-martial commission from John Forbes [1 reference]

– and court-martial commissions [3 references]

– and court-martial of John Morgan [1 reference]

– and courts-martial [4 references]

– and Creek Indians [4 references]

– and criticism of officers [5 references]

– and Custis annuity [1 reference]

– and Custis bank stock [2 references]

– and Custis books [1 reference]

– and Custis children [1 reference]

– and Custis overseers [3 references]

– and customs appointments [6 references]

– and Dagworthy controversy [18 references]

– and Daniel Carroll's lot [3 references]

– and Daniel Parke Custis estate [11 references + 7 subentries]

– and dealings with secretaries [29 references]

– and debt to George Clinton [5 references]

– and decision to serve in Forbes campaign [5 references]

– and declaration of war [1 reference]

– and deer at Mount Vernon [2 references]

– and defense of Potomac River [4 references]

– and deference to Congress [1 reference]

– and Delaware River piers [1 reference]

– and delay in mail [1 reference]

– and designs for Capitol [2 references]

– and designs for President's House [5 references]

– and destruction of correspondence with Martha Washington [1 reference]

– and digest of federal laws [1 reference]

– and diplomatic appointments [8 references]

– and diplomatic etiquette [2 references]

– and disarray of personal affairs [3 references]

– and disposition of his papers [2 references]

– and disposition of records of Federal Convention [1 reference]

– and dispute between John Francis Mercer and Alexander Hamilton [1 reference]

– and dispute over Barry land [2 references]

– and dispute over flour [3 references]

– and dispute over location of new Pohick Church [1 reference]

– and disputes over Senate authority [4 references]

– and disputes over the Federal City [21 references]

– and dispute with Anthony Strother [1 reference]

– and dissatisfaction with John Askew [1 reference]

– and Divine Providence, Heaven, and God [2 references]

– and division of Frederick County [1 reference]

– and dogs [6 references]

– and dower slaves [8 references]

– and drafting of articles of war [1 reference]

– and Dunmore War certificates [6 references]

– and Eastern Shore land dispute [2 references]

– and Ebenezer Hazard's appointment [1 reference]

– and Ebenezer Hazard's Historical Collections [1 reference]

– and education of his nephews [2 references]

– and education of his wards [3 references]

– and education of Indians [1 reference]

– and education of John Posey's son [2 references]

– and education of sons of friends [6 references]

– and Edward Lloyd, III [1 reference]

– and elections to House of Burgesses [40 references]

– and election to Burgesses [2 references]

– and Elizabeth Fauntleroy [1 reference]

– and encouragement of immigrant labor [1 reference]

– and enforcement of U.S. embargo [1 reference]

– and espionage during Revolutionary War [1 reference]

– and establishment of Muscle Shoals post [1 reference]

– and establishment of presidential precedent [1 reference]

and European political situation [2 subentries]

– and excise appointments [1 reference]

– and excise service [2 references]

– and expenses for negotiating with southern Indians [1 reference]

– and exploration of Illinois country [1 reference]

– and “extatick” paragraph [2 references]

– and extra allowances for officers [3 references]

– and Fairfax Committee [7 references]

– and Fairfax family [1 reference]

– and Fairfax Parish [1 reference]

– and Fairfax Resolves [5 references]

– and family [15 references]

– and Farewell Address [4 references]

– and Federal City [35 references]

– and Federal City districting [2 references]

– and Federal City lottery [1 reference]

– and Federal District [17 references]

– and Federalist Papers [5 references]

– and First Continental Congress [6 references]

– and First U.S. Census [1 reference]

– and foreign debt [1 reference]

– and forged letters [5 references]

– and Forks of Ohio mission [1 reference]

and Fort Necessity campaign [28 subentries]

– and fort on Virginia side of Potomac [7 references]

– and Fort Washington [1 reference]

– and forwarding of troops [57 references]

– and Francisco de Miranda [1 reference]

– and Freemasonry [11 references]

– and French and Indian War [2 references]

– and French emigrés [1 reference]

– and French hospital [2 references]

– and French language [2 references]

– and “French Negro” [1 reference]

– and frontier defense [10 references]

– and furloughs and resignations [14 references]

– and geographic distribution of offices [3 references]

– and George Augustine Washington's estate [5 references]

– and George Baylor's estate [1 reference]

– and George Mason's indictment of slavery [1 reference]

– and George Mason's scheme regarding landlord's rights [1 reference]

– and George Mercer's business affairs [3 references]

– and George Mercer's estate [15 references + 1 subentry]

– and George Mercer's Shenandoah land [1 reference]

– and George Washington Parke Custis [2 references]

– and George Washington Parke Custis's education [4 references]

– and George William Fairfax [1 reference]

– and George William Fairfax's accounts [1 reference]

– and George William Fairfax's affairs [2 references]

– and Gilbert Simpson's certificates [5 references]

– and Gordon's History [2 references]

– and Great Seal [3 references]

– and gunpowder shortage [27 references]

– and G. W. Fairfax's estate [1 reference]

– and G. W. Fairfax's will [2 references]

– and G. W. P. Custis's military pay [2 references]

– and Hamilton's fiscal policies [1 reference]

– and Hannah Crawford's slaves [1 reference]

– and history of Revolutionary War [1 reference]

– and his use of code [1 reference]

– and his U.S. Treasury certificates [2 references]

– and Horatio Sharpe's right to command the Virginia troops [1 reference]

– and horses [27 references]

– and horticulture [1 reference]

– and Houdon statue [2 references]

– and Hudson River defenses [2 references]

– and hunting at Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– and ice for Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– and Indian affairs [42 references]

– and Indians [39 references]

– and Indian vocabularies [6 references]

– and inheritance from Margaret Green Savage [1 reference]

– and inland navigation [3 references]

– and inquiries on Joseph Martin [1 reference]

– and inspector generalship [1 reference]

– and instructions to open new foreign loans [1 reference]

– and intelligence operations [13 references]

– and intended trip to Niagara [1 reference]

– and intention to resign commission [2 references]

– and intercepted letters [6 references]

– and interception of letters [2 references]

– and internal improvements [3 references]

– and invoices of goods for children [2 references]

– and invoices of goods for Custis plantations [3 references]

– and iron-making venture [3 references]

– and ironworks [2 references]

– and James Anderson's Bee [1 reference]

– and James Monroe [3 references]

– and James River Company [8 references]

– and James Rumsey's selfpropelled boat [2 references]

– and Jefferson's appointment [1 reference]

– and John Augustine Spotswood [1 reference]

– and John Ballendine [2 references]

– and John Ballendine's iron fraud [3 references]

– and John Kirkpatrick [1 reference]

– and John Parke Custis [1 reference]

– and John Parke Custis estate [4 references + 2 subentries]

– and John Parke Custis's business affairs [1 reference]

– and John Parke Custis's right to Hancock Custis land [1 reference]

– and John Posey affair [1 reference]

– and John Tayloe's Federal City house [1 reference]

– and John Trumbull's paintings [1 reference]

– and John Trumbull's prints [10 references]

– and Jorre [1 reference]

– and Joseph Valentine's accounts [1 reference]

– and Joseph Valentine's missing account book [2 references]

– and Joshua Fry's estate [1 reference]

– and Josiah Harmar expedition [1 reference]

– and journals of Congress [4 references]

– and journey to French commandant [1 reference]

– and judiciary appointments [5 references]

– and Jumonville skirmish [1 reference]

– and key to Bastille [1 reference]

– and Knights of Divine Providence [3 references]

– and knowledge of French language [1 reference]

– and lack of guides [1 reference]

– and La Force [2 references]

– and Lameth at Yorktown [2 references]

– and landholdings of [15 subentries]

– and land purchased from George Mercer [1 reference]

– and land venture on Powells River [1 reference]

– and Lawrence Washington's estate [15 references + 1 subentry]

– and lease of Mount Vernon [5 references]

– and leave of absence [19 references]

– and leave of absence for Robert Stewart [1 reference]

– and letters in French [2 references]

– and levee at Philadelphia residence [1 reference]

– and lighthouse contracts [2 references]

– and lighthouses [4 references]

– and loans for East India trade [1 reference]

– and loan to Samuel Washington [4 references]

– and location of Fort Cumberland [5 references]

– and London accounts [3 references]

– and loss of secretary and aide [1 reference]

– and lost letters [2 references]

– and “Low Land Beauty” [2 references]

– and Loyalists [2 references]

– and mail delivery [2 references]

– and management of his property [12 references]

– and management of presidential mansion [1 reference]

– and management of property [8 references]

– and marriage of Nelly Custis [5 references]

– and Martha Custis [6 references]

– and Martha Washington's assigned dower [2 references]

– and Martha Washington's illness [1 reference]

– and Martha Washington's teeth [1 reference]

– and Mary Ball Washington estate [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– and mathematics [1 reference]

– and medical department [9 references]

– and meeting at Conococheague [6 references]

– and meeting of Congress [9 references]

– and meeting of generals in Philadelphia [24 references]

– and memorial concerning land [1 reference]

– and military academy [3 references]

– and military accounts [5 references]

– and military appointments [7 references]

– and military certificates [4 references]

– and military chaplains [1 reference]

– and military discipline [6 references]

– and military law [10 references]

– and military pensions [1 reference]

– and military technology [1 reference]

– and military warrants [1 reference]

– and militia [1 reference]

– and missing dower accounts [2 references]

– and Mississippi Land Company [1 reference]

– and Mississippi River navigation [1 reference]

– and mortgage of his joiner's tools [1 reference]

– and Mountain Road lottery [1 reference]

– and Mount Vernon [7 references]

– and Mount Vernon plantation accounts [2 references]

– and Moustier's queries [1 reference]

– and mutiny of riflemen [4 references]

– and national defense [1 reference]

– and national revenue [1 reference]

– and national university [4 references]

– and naval appointments [6 references]

– and navigation of Northwest Territory rivers [1 reference]

– and need for constructing a post at Redstone Creek [1 reference]

– and need for Indians [1 reference]

– and need for money [1 reference]

– and needs of soldiers [2 references]

– and New England tour [4 references]

– and news of Saint Domingue slave uprising [1 reference]

– and nonimportation [8 references]

– and nonimportation associations [12 references]

– and noninterference in state appointments [1 reference]

– and northeastern boundary dispute [1 reference]

– and officers' appointments [1 reference]

– and officers for Provisional Army [23 references]

– and Ohio Company of Associates [2 references]

– and opinion of Patrick Henry [1 reference]

– and opposition to federal excise tax on whiskey [5 references]

– and orderly books for Braddock campaign [2 references]

– and pardon for a deserter [1 reference]

– and pardons for perjury [1 reference]

– and pay for his aide [1 reference]

– and payment for executed slave [5 references]

– and payment of bounty for deserters [1 reference]

– and payment of invalid pensions [1 reference]

– and pay procedures [27 references]

– and Pennsylvania Germans [1 reference]

– and Perrin estate [1 reference]

– and personal gear at Washington's Bottom [1 reference]

– and petition to General Court for rental of dower lands [1 reference]

– and petition to have Virginia Regiment put on British establishment [6 references]

– and petition to Maryland legislature to open road to Marshall's land [1 reference]

– and petition to the king [1 reference]

– and Philadelphia defenses [1 reference]

– and Philip Miller's Gardener's Dictionary [1 reference]

– and Pierre L'Enfant [1 reference]

– and placement of troops [2 references]

– and plan for location of frontier forts [3 references]

– and plans for the Federal City [12 references]

– and plants for Mount Vernon [4 references]

– and poachers [1 reference]

– and poetry [1 reference]

– and Pollock-Beauregard & Bourgeois dispute [1 reference]

– and Polly Philipse [5 references]

– and poor condition of his troops [2 references]

– and possibility of resigning commission [12 references]

– and postal service [9 references]

– and Post Office [1 reference]

– and post riders from Philadelphia [1 reference]

– and Potomac Company (1772) [1 reference]

– and Potomac River Company [56 references + 15 subentries]

– and Potomac River improvement [1 reference]

– and Potomac River navigation [22 references]

– and presidential duties [2 references]

– and presidential household [5 references]

– and presidential powers [1 reference]

– and presidential protocol [7 references]

– and presidential veto [2 references]

– and president's household furnishings [7 references]

– and prisoner escorts [1 reference]

– and prisoners [5 references]

– and privateer George Washington [1 reference]

– and Proclamation of 1754 [1 reference]

– and promotion of officers [2 references]

– and provision magazines [1 reference]

– and provisions at Valley Forge [2 references]

– and provisions for slaves [2 references]

– and publication of a history of the French war [1 reference]

– and public debt [1 reference]

– and public securities [7 references]

– and purchase of Clifton's Neck [1 reference]

– and purchase of slaves [4 references]

– and Quaker address to Indians [1 reference]

– and Quakers [1 reference]

– and queries to Post Office Department [1 reference]

– and raising of Martha Washington's grandchildren [2 references]

– and rebellion in Saint Domingue [3 references]

– and recommendations for his officers [6 references]

– and reenlistment of army [2 references]

– and reform of Virginia regiments [1 reference]

– and refusal of inhabitants to give up guns [1 reference]

– and relations with France [5 references]

– and relations with Great Britain [8 references]

– and relations with Spain [4 references]

– and relations with the Netherlands [2 references]

– and relief for Saint Domingue refugees [3 references]

– and religion [69 references]

– and religious services [1 reference]

– and remodeling of Mount Vernon [2 references]

– and removal of stores [1 reference]

– and rental of Morris House [3 references]

– and rental of Mount Vernon [3 references]

– and rental of Williamsburg house [5 references]

– and rental or sale of Mount Vernon farms [6 references]

– and renting of slaves [4 references]

– and reoccupation of Philadelphia [5 references]

– and report of visit to Senate [1 reference]

– and request for appointment under Horatio Sharpe [1 reference]

– and resignation of his commission [10 references]

– and retirement from presidency [2 references]

– and revenue appointments [4 references]

– and Revolutionary War compensation claims [1 reference]

– and Rhode Island ratification of the Constitution [2 references]

– and Rights of Man [6 references]

– and roads through Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– and Robert Stewart [7 references]

– and Robert Stobo's land [1 reference]

– and Rotherham plow [2 references]

– and route between Philadelphia and Mount Vernon [2 references]

– and rumors of his illness [1 reference]

– and runaway slaves [5 references]

– and Saint Domingue's colonists [1 reference]

– and saltworks [1 reference]

– and sawmills [1 reference]

– and S.C. Agriculture Society [1 reference]

– and scheme for producing wine [1 reference]

– and school exercises [1 reference]

– and schooling of his nephews [11 references]

– and scientific agriculture [4 references]

– and Scioto speculation [1 reference]

– and search for gardeners [4 references]

– and Sebastian Francisco de Miranda [1 reference]

– and Second Continental Congress [3 references]

– and Senate reply to first inaugural address [1 reference]

– and seniority dispute with John Dagworthy [1 reference]

– and settlement of accounts [6 references]

– and settlement of military accounts [15 references]

– and shipment of animal hair for plaster [1 reference]

– and skilled workmen [9 subentries]

– and slave embarkation lists [2 references]

– and slavery [3 references]

– and slaves [6 references]

– and slaves inherited from Lawrence Washington [2 references]

– and social virtues [1 reference]

– and Society for Advancement of Useful Knowledge [3 references]

– and Society of the Cincinnati [15 references + 22 subentries]

– and spies and intelligence gathering [13 references]

– and spinning [1 reference]

– and spiritous liquors [3 subentries]

– and spurious letters [2 references]

– and spy at Morristown [1 reference]

– and spyglasses [3 references]

– and St. Clair expedition [5 references]

– and St. Clair's defeat [5 references]

– and steps to secure frontier [1 reference]

– and St. Lawrence Posey's schooling [4 references]

– and strained relations with Robert Dinwiddie [1 reference]

– and Strother dispute [1 reference]

– and St. Tammany's Society [1 reference]

– and subscription to Pennsylvania Gazette [2 references]

– and Supreme Court appointments [1 reference]

– and surveying [1 reference]

– and surveys for Ohio Company [1 reference]

– and sutlers [1 reference]

– and Symmes Purchase [1 reference]

– and system of weights and measures [1 reference]

– and table ornaments [1 reference]

– and tariffs [1 reference]

– and tents [15 references]

– and textile manufacturing [1 reference]

– and the auditor of the United States [1 reference]

– and the Aurora [1 reference]

– and the bank bill [1 reference]

– and the Cape Fear River shoals [1 reference]

– and the census [1 reference]

– and the construction of the Federal City [5 references]

– and the “Ebbing and flowing well” [2 references]

– and the Erie Triangle land purchase [1 reference]

– and the Excise Act [1 reference]

– and the “French Memorial” [3 references]

– and theft of clothes [1 reference]

– and the journal of his mission to Fort LeBoeuf [2 references]

– and the Masonic cave [1 reference]

– and the mill at Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– and the Mississippi Company [3 references]

– and the pardon of Thomas Cotterell [1 reference]

– and the Pennsylvania post [2 references]

– and the Posey affair [10 references]

– and the Posey-West land dispute [1 reference]

– and the postal service [1 reference]

– and the presidential mansion [6 references]

– and the press of business [24 references]

– and the resignation of William Jackson [1 reference]

– and the Savage affair [36 references]

– and the skirmish at Loyalhanna [1 reference]

– and the theater [1 reference]

– and the Virginia Association [3 references]

– and the Virginia Conventions [6 references]

– and Thomas Colvill's estate [59 references]

– and Thomas Howells's plan for manufactory [1 reference]

– and titles [1 reference]

– and tobacco [2 references]

– and tobacco cultivation [2 references]

– and tobacco shipments [3 references]

– and Tobias Lear [1 reference]

– and Tobias Lear's financial affairs [1 reference]

– and toupee iron [1 reference]

– and Treaty and Conventions of Ecluse [1 reference]

– and trip to Boston [15 references]

– and 1770 trip to Ohio country [1 reference]

– and trip west [8 references]

– and troop rendezvous [3 references]

– and troops ordered to Georgia [1 reference]

– and Truro Vestry [15 references + 2 “see also” entries]

– and umbrella [1 reference]

– and unclaimed land [5 references]

– and unsolicited correspondence [1 reference]

– and U.S. Army [2 references]

– and U.S.-British relations [1 reference]

– and U.S. debt to France [2 references]

– and U.S. Dutch loans [2 references]

– and use of animal hair for plaster [1 reference]

– and use of cabinet [1 reference]

– and U.S. loans [2 references]

– and U.S. Mint [2 references]

– and U.S. relations with Algiers [2 references]

– and U.S. Statutes [4 references]

– and vacant lands [1 reference]

– and Vermont boundary disputes [1 reference]

– and vestry elections [2 references]

– and vicuña coat [2 references]

– and Virginia-Centinel [2 references]

– and Virginia-Centinel No. X [3 references]

– and Virginia conventions [6 references]

– and Virginia Council [1 reference]

– and Virginia independent companies [3 references]

– and Virginia Regiment [15 references]

– and Virginia Resolves [1 reference]

– and visit from John Hancock [2 references]

– and wartime correspondence with George William Fairfax [3 references]

– and Washington College [2 references]

– and Washington family genealogy [4 references]

– and Washington hotel [1 reference]

– and weights and measures [1 reference]

– and West Florida land schemes [1 reference]

– and wheat crop [2 references]

– and William B. Harrison's land [11 references]

– and William Byrd's lottery [5 references]

– and William Fairfax's funeral [2 references]

– and William Gordon's History [1 reference]

– and William Paca [1 reference]

– and William Roberts [10 references]

– and William Savage's estate [2 references]

– and William Shirley [1 reference]

– and William Strother's estate [2 references]

– and wine and liquor [9 references]

– and winter quarters for New Army [16 references]

– and Wodrow tract [2 references]

– and Woodstock Manor [5 references]

– and writings of Thomas Cooper [1 reference]

– and Yazoo land companies [1 reference]

– and yellow fever medicine [3 references]

– annual message to Congress [7 references]

– anonymous letters to [2 references]

– anxious for news from Rhode Island [9 references]

– apologies to [2 references + 1 subentry]

– appeals for aid [63 subentries]

– appeals to [1 reference]

– appeals to army [18 references]

– applications to for loan [3 references]

– applications to for office [3 references]

– applies to county court to open a road [1 reference]

– appointed churchwarden [2 references]

– appointed commander in chief [12 references]

– appointed guardian of Custis children [5 references]

– appointed to vestry [1 reference]

– appointed trustee of George Carter estate [1 reference]

– appointments [540 subentries]

– appointments of [52 subentries]

– appointments to public office [27 subentries]

– appointment to committee of Propositions and Grievances [2 references]

– appointment to Constitutional Convention [1 reference]

– appoints aide [1 reference]

– appoints officers [65 references]

– approves actions of Alexander Hamilton [1 reference]

– approves Alexander Hamilton's measures regarding U.S. Dutch loans [1 reference]

– approves contracts [8 references]

– approves courts-martial [6 references]

– approves courts-martial sentences [17 references]

– approves custom house site [1 reference]

– approves design of Capitol [1 reference]

– approves disbursement of federal funds [4 references]

– approves documents [23 references]

– approves federal contracts [9 references]

– approves Henry Knox's proceedings [1 reference]

– approves Henry Knox's report on invalid pensioners [1 reference]

– approves leaves of absence [3 references]

– approves letters to Morocco [1 reference]

– approves lighthouse contracts [2 references]

– approves loans [2 references]

– approves military deceptions [2 references]

– approves plan to trap British [1 reference]

– approves publication of State Department papers [1 reference]

– approves U.S. loans [3 references]

– arrival at Mount Vernon with wife [3 references]

– arrivals and departures [16 subentries]

– arrives at Cranbury [1 reference]

– arrives at Philadelphia [2 references]

– Arthur Young comments on [1 reference]

– artistic renditions of [3 references]

– as adjutant of Virginia militia [1 reference]

– as American Wallace [1 reference]

– as a speller [1 reference]

– as chancellor of William and Mary [5 references]

– as commander in chief [1 reference]

– as commissioner to settle militia accounts [2 references]

– as Custis guardian [2 references]

– as defender of the rights of man [1 reference]

– as estate executor [5 references]

– as Father of His Country [5 references]

– as “Great Father” [1 reference]

– as honorary member of British Board of Agriculture [1 reference]

– asked to be godfather [1 reference]

– asked to lead the United States [1 reference]

– asks advice of [1 subentry]

– asks Edmund Randolph's legal opinion [1 reference]

– asks George Mason for loan to brother [1 reference]

– as manager of wife's and stepchildren's property [2 references]

– as officer of the day [6 references]

– as patron of arts and sciences [1 reference]

– as president of James River Company [5 references]

– as president of Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– assembles cavalry [1 reference]

– assistance sought in land dispute [1 reference]

– assists Bryan Fairfax [1 reference]

– assumes oversight of George William Fairfax's affairs [3 references]

– as target of newspaper abuse [1 reference]

– as trustee for Margaret Savage [1 reference]

– as trustee of Alexandria, Va. [2 references]

– as trustee of Colvill estate [11 references]

– as trustee of George Mercer's Virginia land [3 references]

– at board of general officers [1 reference]

– at Braddock's defeat [1 reference]

– attempts to buy slave [1 reference]

– attempts to collect debts [1 reference]

– attempts to engage weaver [1 reference]

– attempts to procure gardener [2 references]

– attempts to purchase land [8 references]

– attempts to rent out dower plantations [1 reference]

– attempts to restore health [1 reference]

– attempts to sell slave [1 reference]

– attends ball [1 reference]

– attends balloon ascension [1 reference]

– attends ceremonies [1 reference]

– attends circus [1 reference]

– attends council of war [3 references]

– attends House of Burgesses [14 references]

– attends parade [1 reference]

– attends marriage of William Jackson [1 reference]

– attends religious service [2 references]

– attends theater [1 reference]

– attends wedding [1 reference]

– attends William Fairfax's funeral [1 reference]

– Augusta freeholders' approval of [1 reference]

– authority challenged [1 reference]

– authority over Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– authorization for his allowance or military chest [2 references]

– authorizes loans [7 references]

– authorizes release of Executive Department papers [1 reference]

– authorizes submission of documents to Congress [2 references]

– authorizes subscriptions to National Bank [1 reference]

– authorizes withdrawal of treasury funds [1 reference]

– awards military honors [1 reference]

– baggage in order of march [1 reference]

– baggage of [4 references]

– bank stock held [4 references]

– barge for [1 reference]

– bearskin saddle of [1 reference]

– becomes guardian of Nelly Custis [1 reference]

– begins new ledger book [1 reference]

– benefactions of [7 references]

– bequests of Mary Ball Washington [1 reference]

– bequest to Lawrence Lewis [2 references]

– bequest to Washington Academy [2 references]

– Biblical reference by [1 reference]

– biographies of [3 references]

– birds and animals [4 subentries]

– birthday celebrations and congratulations [14 references]

– birthdays [9 references]

– birth of [2 references]

– birthplace [1 reference]

– bitterness over treatment [1 reference]

– blue coat of [1 reference]

– boat built for [2 references]

– bodyguard [1 reference]

– bookplate [1 reference]

– books dedicated to [5 references]

– borrows money [21 references]

– box for [2 references]

– boyhood home of [1 reference]

– boyhood of remembered [1 reference]

– Braddock campaign [20 subentries]

– breaks off correspondence with Richard Washington [1 reference]

– breakup of his dower plantations [1 reference]

– brevet commission [4 references]

– British correspondents of [1 reference]

– British omission of his military title [7 references]

– British views of [1 reference]

– builds Alexandria house [7 references]

– builds chimneys for General Forbes [2 references]

– builds 40-foot gallows [1 reference]

– burial of [2 references]

– business affairs [6 subentries]

– business affairs with William Lyles [1 reference]

– business of [4 references]

– busyness of [2 references]

– buttons [1 reference]

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– called on to accept presidency [1 reference]

– called ungrateful [2 references]

– called “unmannerly” by Dinwiddie [2 references]

– calls cabinet meeting [1 reference]

– calls council of war [2 references]

– calls councils [5 references]

– calls for militia [1 reference]

– calls meeting [1 reference]

– camp equipage [8 references]

– camp equipment [1 reference]

– camp furniture for [2 references]

– cancels trip to Niagara [1 reference]

– Capitol Hill houses of [61 references + 1 subentry]

– carriages of [13 references + 1 subentry]

– cattle owned by [1 reference]

– celebrates Fourth of July [1 reference]

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– character of [2 references]

– charity [103 references]

– Charles Smith's services to [1 reference]

– Charles Willson Peale's sketch of [1 reference]

– chastises Israel Putnam [2 references]

– children named after [4 references]

– chosen to revise Association [1 reference]

– church going [29 subentries]

– ciphers [1 reference]

– circular recruiting instructions [1 reference]

– circulars [1 subentry]

– circulars to states [9 references]

– civil-military relations [10 references]

– claim against by Charles Lee [1 reference]

– claims impartiality [2 references]

– clothing and accessories [128 references]

– coaches and carriages [1 reference + 16 subentries]

– coachman for [1 reference]

– coat of arms of [1 reference]

– commander of old Virginia Regiment [1 reference]

– commands first division of Forbes's army [1 reference]

– commands third brigade of Forbes's army [1 reference]

– commended by Congress [2 references]

– commends Bushrod Washington [1 reference]

– commends militia [7 references]

– commends officers [34 references]

– commends officers and soldiers [34 references]

– commends riflemen [1 reference]

– commends soldiers [3 references]

– commends troops [3 references + 4 subentries]

– comment on his retirement [1 reference]

– comments [27 subentries]

– comments on [4 references + 41 subentries]

– comments on Corbin Washington's legal affairs [1 reference]

– comments on GW [4 references]

– comments on proposed campaign [1 reference]

– comments on social life of [1 reference]

– comments on Virginia Regiment [3 references]

– commission [3 references]

– commissions [3 subentries]

– commissions surveys [2 references]

– company of [17 references]

– company size roll [4 references]

– compared to Cincinnatus [2 references]

– compared to Fabius [1 reference]

– compared to George III [1 reference]

– compared to Joseph the Patriarch and Jesus Christ [1 reference]

– compared to Lafayette [1 reference]

– compared to Louis XVI (of France) [1 reference]

– compared to Marlborough [1 reference]

– compared to Scipio [1 reference]

– compared to Tiberius [1 reference]

– complains about clothier general [2 references]

– complains about services of Embree & Shotwell [1 reference]

– complains of receiving incomplete instructions [5 references]

– complains of shoddy merchandise [1 reference]

– complaints of [7 subentries]

– concedes John Dagworthy commands at Fort Cumberland [1 reference]

– concern for Lafayette and his family [8 references]

– concern for Martha Washington [5 references]

– concern for Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– concern for reputation [9 references]

– condemns destruction of property [3 references]

– condemns grave robbing [1 reference]

– condemns new cider [1 reference]

– condolences from [4 references]

– conference with John Forbes [1 reference]

– confers with Indians [2 references]

– confers with Thomas Jefferson [2 references]

– congratulated on appointment [6 references]

– congratulates Charles Cotesworth Pinckney [1 reference]

– congratulates Henry Laurens [3 references]

– congratulates Henry Lee [1 reference]

– congratulates troops [1 reference]

– congratulates Louis XVI [1 reference]

– congratulates newlyweds [1 reference]

– congratulations on election [95 references + 4 subentries]

– Congress [10 subentries]

– congressional medal for [1 reference]

– considers importing Palatines to settle western lands [9 references]

– considers military actions against Boston and Boston Harbor [22 references]

– considers resigning his commission [1 reference]

– considers retirement [4 references]

– considers southern tour [1 reference]

– Constitutional Convention [6 subentries]

– consults James Madison about State of the Union message [1 reference]

– consults John Blair [2 references]

– consults Lord Loudoun [3 references]

– consults with George Clinton [3 references]

– consults with Supreme Court justices [1 reference]

– consults with Thomas Jefferson [1 reference]

– consumption of wine [1 reference]

– contemplates visit to England [1 reference]

– contracts by [4 references]

– contracts for corn [2 references]

– contributions [1 reference + 11 subentries]

– conversations and meetings with [100 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

– convict servants [2 references]

– correspondence with George William Fairfax [2 references]

– councils of war [2 references]

– court attendance [41 references]

– court judgment in favor of [1 reference]

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– criticism of officers [22 references]

– criticized as slaveholder [1 reference]

– criticizes British leadership [10 references]

– criticizes Congress [2 references]

– criticizes his farm manager [1 reference]

– criticizes Israel Shreve [2 references]

– criticizes James Anderson [1 reference]

– criticizes James McHenry [2 references]

– criticizes James Welch [1 reference]

– criticizes John Adams [1 reference]

– criticizes John Parke Custis's writing [1 reference]

– criticizes John Sevier [1 reference]

– criticizes newspaper printers [1 reference]

– criticizes or reprimands officers [91 references]

– criticizes partisan newspapers [1 reference]

– criticizes publicity regarding Lafayette's presents [1 reference]

– criticizes settlers [1 reference]

– criticizes slave [1 reference]

– criticizes state executives [1 reference]

– critique of Boston lines [16 references]

– crops of [1 reference]

– crosses Delaware River [4 references]

– crowded by business [1 reference]

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– daily schedule of [1 reference]

– death of [3 references]

– death of steward [1 reference]

– debts of [2 references]

– debts owed by [3 references + 1 subentry]

– debts owed to [25 references]

– deceptions of [1 reference]

– decides to issue Neutrality Proclamation [1 reference]

– declines debate in newspapers [1 reference]

– declines dedication [1 reference]

– declines dinner invitation [2 references]

– declines invitation [1 reference]

– declines petition [1 reference]

– declines requests for charity [5 references]

– declines to appoint foreigners to U.S. Army [1 reference]

– declines to call out militia [1 reference]

– declines to grant certificate of service [1 reference]

– declines to sell land [1 reference]

– dedication of essay to [1 reference]

– deer of [2 references]

– defeat at Great Meadows [1 reference]

– defends actions of Constitutional Convention [1 reference]

– defends censure of officers [1 reference]

– defends officers of Virginia Regiment [1 reference]

– defends the Freemasons [1 reference]

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– deference to his judgment [19 references]

– delegates authority [35 references]

– delegate to Continental Congress [3 references]

– delegation of authority [24 references]

– demands arms [1 reference]

– denies furlough [1 reference]

– denies kinship to Ruthey Jones [1 reference]

– dental treatment [1 reference]

– departs from New York [2 references]

– departs Mount Vernon [8 references]

– departs Philadelphia [14 references]

– deplores Continental depredations [2 references]

– described [1 reference + 2 subentries]

– describes Battle of Monmouth [1 reference]

– describes daily routine [1 reference]

– describes livery [1 reference]

– describes livery for servants [1 reference]

– describes qualifications for butler [1 reference]

– describes settlers for his lands [1 reference]

– describes surrender of Fort Washington [2 references]

– describes Virginia taxes [1 reference]

– describes western landholdings [1 reference]

– description of [1 reference]

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– designation of letters from Timothy Pickering [2 references]

– desires end to war [1 reference]

– desires intelligence [1 reference]

– desires retirement [1 reference]

– desires to buy James Keith's Fairfax land [1 reference]

– desires to get rid of slaves [2 references]

– despairs of going home for the winter [2 references]

– despairs of success [3 references]

– despairs of success in campaign [4 references]

– diaries, discussion of [3 references + 6 subentries]

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– dines [2 subentries]

– dines with George Clinton [1 reference]

– dines with Indian chief [1 reference]

– dines with James Milligan [1 reference]

– dines with officers [2 references]

– dines with Quaker women [1 reference]

– dinner companions [4 references]

– dinner and breakfast guests of [7 references]

– dinner invitations [5 references]

– Dinwiddie recommends him to be promoted in British establishment [1 reference]

– diplomacy [4 subentries]

– disapproves courts-martial [2 references]

– disburses funds [2 references]

– disclaims usefulness of Fort Cumberland [9 references]

– discourages Lafayette from visiting U.S. [1 reference]

– dislikes ceremony [2 references]

– Dismal Swamp Company [24 references + 1 subentry]

– dismisses Pierre L'Enfant [2 references]

– dispatches scouts [1 reference]

– dispenses advice [1 subentry]

– disperses money [41 references]

– displeasure of [1 reference]

– displeasure with William Carmichael [1 reference]

– dispute over allowance of batmen [8 references]

– dispute over slave [1 reference]

– dispute over wheat [2 references]

– disputes Pickering's version of Yorktown campaign [1 reference]

– dispute with Anthony Strother [1 reference]

– dispute with Charles Lee [2 references]

– dispute with John Francis Mercer [5 references]

– dispute with William McNamara [1 reference]

– disrespect for [4 references]

– disrespect of [2 references]

– distributes manifestos [1 reference]

– distribution of orders [8 references]

– dockets letters [1 reference]

– does not make copies of personal letters [1 reference]

– dogs [1 subentry]

– donates money for poor relief [1 reference]

– dower plantation of (Claiborne's) [1 reference]

– drafts letter for Martha Washington [1 reference]

– drafts Tobias Lear letter [1 reference]

– draws map of frontier [1 reference]

– dream about [1 reference]

– during Revolutionary War [5 references]

– earlier life [2 references]

– early morning rides of [2 references]

– Ebenezer Hancock names child after [1 reference]

– Edmund Randolph prepares drafts for [1 reference]

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– efforts to acquire rights to land under 1754 proclamation [3 references]

– efforts to acquire rights to land under 1763 proclamation [4 references]

– efforts to interdict British supplies [23 references]

– efforts to procure lands for soldiers under 1754 proclamation [15 references]

– effort to secure commission for Thornton Washington [1 reference]

– elected president [1 reference]

– elected to Burgesses [16 references]

– elected to Charleston Library Society [1 reference]

– election of [5 references]

– elections to House of Burgesses [24 references]

– empowered to seize supplies [1 reference]

– encoding of letters from Alexander Hamilton [2 references]

– encourages troops to improve behavior and attitude [4 references]

– entertained by Alexandria [1 reference]

– entertained by Fredericksburg citizens [1 reference]

– entertained in Richmond [1 reference]

– entertainments [1 reference]

– envies death with “Honour & Glorious memory” [1 reference]

– equestrian statue of [1 reference]

– estate of [1 reference]

– estimate of his financial losses [1 reference]

– estimates British strength [3 references]

– eulogies on [1 reference]

– evaluates British intentions [62 references]

– evaluates intelligence [107 references]

– exasperated [1 reference]

– executes deed [1 reference]

– executive orders of [3 references]

– executive procedures [3 subentries]

– exhorts army [51 references]

– exhorts New Jersey militia [1 reference]

– expenditures [6 references]

– expenditures on trip to Great Kanawha and Ohio [1 reference]

– expenditures on trip to Ohio [1 reference]

– expense account [3 references]

– expenses of [5 references]

– expenses of in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– expresses condolences [1 reference]

– expresses optimism [14 references]

– extends dinner invitations [5 references]

– extortion attempt against [2 references]

– extracts correspondence on Indian affairs [1 reference]

– eyeglasses for [1 reference]

– Fairfax Committee of Correspondence [4 references]

– false report of resignation [1 reference]

– false reports of death [1 reference]

– false teeth of [2 references]

– family [70 references + 7 subentries]

– Farewell Orders (1783) [1 reference]

– Father of Country references [3 references]

– faulty memory of regarding Asgill [1 reference]

– favors attack on Boston [16 references]

– favors test act [1 reference]

– fears for Lafayette's safety [1 reference]

– Federal City named after [1 reference]

– feelings as Virginian [1 reference]

– finances [37 references + 39 subentries]

– financial concerns of [1 reference]

– financial difficulties of [4 references]

– First Inaugural Address [3 references]

– first meeting with Lafayette [1 reference]

– fisheries and fishing [1 reference]

– fisheries of [4 references]

– food and drink for [1 reference]

– forged proclamation of [1 reference]

– forgetfulness [1 reference]

– formal dress of [2 references]

– formation of Ferry farm at Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– Fort Necessity campaign [48 subentries]

– forwards Constitution to Congress [1 reference]

– forwards letters [6 references]

– frees slaves [5 references]

– French and Indian War service [2 references]

– French approval of his strategy [2 references]

– French opinion of [1 reference]

– French royal family's opinion of [1 reference]

– friendship with Lafayette [1 reference]

– friends of [1 reference]

– frugality of [11 references]

– funeral of [1 reference]

– furniture for [2 references]

– genealogy of [5 references]

– general orders during Revolutionary War [1 reference]

– generalship [22 subentries]

– Genet's opinion of [1 reference]

– George Mason advises [1 reference]

– George William Fairfax offers to serve under [1 reference]

– George William Fairfax oversees Mount Vernon construction for [4 references]

– gifts [3 references + 44 subentries]

– gifts from [35 subentries]

– gifts received [14 subentries]

– gifts to [7 references + 135 subentries]

– given allowance for his expenses [2 references]

– gives advice on traveling in U.S. [1 reference]

– gives advice to George Washington Parke Custis [1 reference]

– gives ball [1 reference]

– gives Crawford instructions for finding western lands [1 reference]

– gives discretion to officers [23 references]

– gives James Craik a horse [1 reference]

– gives lock of hair [1 reference]

– gives medals to Indians [1 reference]

– gives military advice [5 subentries]

– gives money to George Augustine Washington [1 reference]

– gives money to officer's widow [1 reference]

– gives money toward education of William Ramsay's son [1 reference]

– gives money to Washington College [2 references]

– gives William Crawford instructions for finding western lands [1 reference]

– globe of [1 reference]

– goes to Augustine Washington's funeral [1 reference]

– goes to bed [1 reference]

– goes up Potomac [1 reference]

– goods for [10 references]

– goods ordered for [1 reference]

– goods purchased in Europe for [1 reference]

– granted French citizenship [1 reference]

– grants furloughs and leaves of absence [7 references]

– grants leaves to officers [7 references]

– grants pardons [29 references]

– grants passes and permits [3 references]

– grants petition [1 reference]

– grants reprieve [1 reference]

– grants Thomas Jefferson discretion to act concerning British arming Indians [1 reference]

– greets Charles Lee [1 reference]

– grief for George Augustine Washington [3 references]

– gristmills [18 references]

– guard of [2 references]

– guardianship of Custis heirs [1 reference]

– has bows and arrows made [1 reference]

– has lease forms drawn up [1 reference]

– has leases printed [1 reference]

– has mail held at post office [1 reference]

– has right to appoint commissary [1 reference]

– headquarters [7 references + 27 subentries]

– headquarters and movements [7 subentries]

– headquarters and staff [2 references + 12 subentries]

– headquarters at Valley Forge [1 reference]

– health [11 references + 8 subentries]

– Henry Knox prepares drafts for [1 reference]

– high style of [1 reference]

– hires coach [2 references]

– hires free mulatto [1 reference]

– hires George Young as agent [2 references]

– hires slaves [10 references]

– his account of Arnold's treachery [1 reference]

– his account of Braddock's campaign [1 reference]

– his account of Forbes's expedition [1 reference]

– his account of Fort Necessity campaign [1 reference]

– his account of skirmish with George Mercer's troops [1 reference]

– his account with Mary Washington [1 reference]

– his adjusted account of estate of Daniel Parke Custis [1 reference]

– his appraisal of General Braddock [1 reference]

– his barbers [11 references]

– his barge [1 reference]

– his batmen [3 references]

– his blacksmiths [2 references]

– his boats [27 references]

– his book of notes and memoranda [1 reference]

– his books [34 references + 8 subentries]

– his branding irons [4 references]

– his bricklayer or mason [3 references]

– his brigade orders [8 references]

– his brigantine [1 reference]

– his Burgesses' wages [13 references]

– his campaign baggage [1 reference]

– his card-playing expenses [1 reference]

– his carpenters [5 references]

– his cash accounts ledger [1 reference]

– his chariot [1 reference]

– his circular letter to “back inhabitants” requesting provisions [1 reference]

– his clerk [2 references]

– his comments on career as colonel of Va. Regiment [1 reference]

– his comments on Humphreys' biography [1 reference]

– his commission as commander in chief [2 references]

– his commission on funds handled [5 references]

– his committee reports in House of Burgesses [1 reference]

– his committees in House of Burgesses [1 reference]

– his company [3 references]

– his conduct and actions supported [12 references]

– his Congressional medal [1 reference]

– his Continental loan certificates [7 references]

– his correspondence with Martha Custis Washington missing [2 references]

– his crest [2 references]

– his dairy [1 reference]

– his Day Books [1 reference]

– his dentists [6 references]

– his description of American agriculture [1 reference]

– his disavowal of spurious letters [3 references]

– his encampments between Loyalhanna and Fort Duquesne [3 references]

– his English bull [2 references]

– his estate managers, or stewards [10 references]

– his estimate of cost of plantation operation [1 reference]

– his expenses to Warm Springs [1 reference]

– his “extatick Paragraph” [2 references]

– his family [37 references]

– his farms and plantations [24 references]

– his ferry [1 reference]

– his financial support of his mother [1 reference]

– his forbearance with debtors [2 references]

– his gardeners [7 references]

– his guardian accounts [11 references]

– his Guardian's Account Book [2 references]

– his Hampshire County plantation [1 reference]

– his horses [28 references]

– his housekeepers [4 references]

– his jackasses [5 references]

– his joiner and master carpenter [1 reference]

– his journal regarding the militia [2 references]

– his land in King George County [2 references]

– his land involved in dispute between Hite and Fairfax [1 reference]

– his land involved in dispute between the Hites and Lord Fairfax [1 reference]

– his lawyers [5 references]

– his ledgers [1 reference]

– his legal position in Posey-West land dispute [1 reference]

– his legal right to Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– his letter books [38 references]

– his life in jeopardy [1 reference]

– his list of slaves belonging to Custis estate [1 reference]

– his list of tithables [1 reference]

– his manager for dower and Custis plantations [2 references]

– his managers [3 references]

– his maps of frontier [4 references]

– his marriage [10 references]

– his Maryland lands [1 reference]

– his measurements [2 references]

– his military memoranda book [1 reference]

– his military service [1 reference]

– his mill and millers [36 references]

– his mode of composition [1 reference]

– his Mount Vernon farm reports [1 reference]

– his Mount Vernon manager [3 references]

– his name given to Indian [1 reference]

– his need for money [7 references]

– his new chariot [2 references]

– his New York land [4 references]

– his notes and observations [1 reference]

– his “Old School-fellow” [1 reference]

– his opposition to advancing beyond Loyalhanna [1 reference]

– his orderly book for Forbes campaign [3 references]

– his overseer of carpenters [2 references]

– his overseers [57 references]

– his painter [2 references]

– his papers [18 references]

– his Pennsylvania certificates [8 references]

– his personal effects returned [1 reference]

– his personal servants [11 references]

– his plan of march and line of battle [1 reference]

– his plans of forts [10 references]

– his poll in Fairfax County election [1 reference]

– his public securities [2 references]

– his purchase of Washington lots [2 references]

– his quitrents [16 references]

– his reasons for resigning from regiment [1 reference]

– his recollection of New York campaign, 1781 [1 reference]

– his recording clerk [1 reference]

– his relations with Robert Dinwiddie [1 reference]

– his reluctance in resigning commission [1 reference]

– and his rental agent [1 reference]

– his reply to the address of officers [1 reference]

– his report on American farming [2 references]

– his resentment against Thomas Bullitt [1 reference]

– his rifle [1 reference]

– his schooling [1 reference]

– his secretary [1 reference]

– his servants [2 references]

– his sheep [2 references]

– his ship carpenter [1 reference]

– his slaves [35 references]

– his stewards [2 references]

– his still [2 references]

– his successor as colonel [4 references]

– his table allowance taken away [2 references]

– his table of crops grown on Custis plantations [1 reference]

– his tailors [11 references]

– his teeth [4 references]

– his telescope [2 references]

– his tithables [7 references]

– his tour of southern frontiers [1 reference]

– his trip to Richmond [4 references]

– his troops praised [4 references]

– his trunk [2 references]

– his uncommon difficulties as commander [1 reference]

– his wages as burgess [1 reference]

– his wagoner [10 references]

his western lands [7 subentries]

– his woolcomber [1 reference]

– holds money [1 reference]

– honorary degrees [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– honors and gifts [6 subentries]

– horses and jackasses of [90 references + 5 subentries]

– horticulture [6 references + 1 subentry]

– hosts officers' dinners [2 references]

– Houdon's statue of [1 reference]

– hounds given to [1 reference]

– household accounts of [1 reference]

– household expenses [1 reference]

– household items for [2 references]

– housekeepers [3 references]

– humorous letter [1 reference]

– illness and medical care [140 references + 8 subentries]

– impartiality [25 references]

– inaugural address [1 reference + 3 subentries]

– inauguration [2 subentries]

– in Battle of Monmouth [4 references]

– in Continental Congress [9 references]

– indecisiveness [8 references]

– indentured servants of [24 references + 1 subentry]

– Indian affairs [12 subentries]

– Indian names of [5 references]

– Indian negotiations [5 references]

– Indians [1 subentry]

– Indian views of [1 reference]

– indispensability of [1 reference]

– indulgence to debtors [7 references]

– influence on public opinion [1 reference]

– informed of British evacuation [4 references]

– informed of election [2 references]

– inheritances [1 subentry]

– inherits slaves [1 reference]

– inoculation of family members [1 reference]

– inquires concerning George Lee's land [1 reference]

– inquiries concerning applicants for public office [1 reference]

– inspections and reviews [3 references]

– inspects army [1 reference]

– inspects Delaware River fortifications [2 references]

– instructions for intelligence gathering [12 references]

– instructions on procurement of supplies [1 reference]

– instructions on recruiting [4 references]

– instructions to [11 references + 42 subentries]

– instructs department heads [1 reference]

– instructs farm manager [1 reference]

– instructs Tobias Lear to return slaves to Virginia [1 reference]

– insulted at election [1 reference]

– insulted by Pierre L'Enfant [1 reference]

– intercedes for prisoners [3 references]

– interest in agricultural science [2 references]

– interest in mammoth bones [1 reference]

– interest in public opinion [1 reference]

– interest in Virginia politics [1 reference]

– intervenes in rank dispute [1 reference]

– interview with George Logan and Robert Blackwell [1 reference]

– introduces Burwell Bassett [1 reference]

– introduces George Hammond [1 reference]

– introduces John Spotswood [1 reference]

– introduces Landon Carter [1 reference]

– introduces Robert Smith [1 reference]

– introductions to [5 references]

– intrusions on his time [2 references]

– investment in privateer [2 references]

– invests in privateer [2 references]

– in Virginia House of Burgesses [1 reference]

– invitations [34 subentries]

– invitations by [6 references]

– invitations to [1 reference]

– invited to contribute to Filson's Kentucke [2 references]

– invited to dine [2 references]

– invited to France [3 references]

– invites guests to Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– invites officers to dine [1 reference]

– is expected to advance along Braddock Road [1 reference]

– issues certificate for Andrew Ellicott [1 reference]

– issues general orders [9 references]

– issues orders [29 subentries]

– issues pardons [6 references]

– issues passes [7 references]

– issues proclamation [1 reference]

– is thanked by Burgesses [1 reference]

– James Lovell's opinion of [1 reference]

– James River Company stock of [4 references]

– Jefferson's description of methods of [1 reference]

– jests of [1 reference]

– joins main army [1 reference]

– Joseph Wright's busts of [3 references]

– journal of the Fort Necessity campaign [1 reference]

– journey to French commandant [3 references]

– journey to Philadelphia [1 reference]

– justice of the peace [1 reference]

– keeps cow for own use [3 references]

– keeps cow for use in army [3 references]

– keeps no copies of letters to friends [2 references]

– keeps no copies of personal letters [4 references]

– known as “The Town Destroyer” [1 reference]

– labor [1 reference + 5 subentries]

– lack of money [11 references]

– land and land transactions [31 references + 142 subentries + 7 “see also” entries]

– land grant to [2 references]

– land inherited by [7 references]

– Landon Carter's opinion of [1 reference]

– land purchased by [1 reference]

– lands claimed under Proclamation of 1763 [1 reference]

– land survey made by [1 reference]

– land titles disputed [1 reference]

– land transactions [136 references + 54 subentries]

– laundry of [1 reference]

– lawsuit against [2 references]

– leadership of [1 reference]

– lease for Fauquier County land [1 reference]

– leases slaves [1 reference]

– leave of absence [3 references]

– leaves Mount Vernon [3 references]

– leaves Philadelphia [5 references]

– legal affairs [2 references + 44 subentries]

– lends maps [1 reference]

– lends money [71 references]

– letter of printed in Great Britain [1 reference]

– letterpress of [9 references]

– letters intercepted [4 references]

– letters of introduction from [9 references]

– letters of recommendation [1 subentry]

– letters published in newspapers [2 references]

– letters to Botetourt regarding land under 1754 proclamation [3 references]

– letters translated for [6 references]

– letter to Dinwiddie read in Virginia Council [2 references]

– letter to Lewis Nicola [2 references]

– letter-writing procedures [10 references]

– levees of [4 references]

– library of [3 references + 1 subentry]

– likenesses of [6 subentries]

– limited access to his papers [1 reference]

– list of his slaves [1 reference]

– lists of his lands [9 references]

– literary allusions [1 reference]

– little early correspondence survives [1 reference]

– livery of servants of [1 reference]

– livestock [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– loan for Washington City Hotel [1 reference]

– loans books [1 reference]

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– loans sought from [3 references]

– lodges with Henry Laurens [1 reference]

– lodging and food expenses [19 references]

– lodgings at Germantown [6 references]

– lodgings in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– loss of his 2 percent commission [4 references]

– lotteries, raffles, and subscriptions [47 references + 1 subentry]

– Louis XVI's high opinion of [1 reference]

– made commander of all the Virginia forces [1 reference]

– made guardian of John West's son [1 reference]

– makes Fielding Lewis his agent [2 references]

– makes loan [1 reference]

– makes notes on Jefferson letters [1 reference]

– makes Robert Cary his principal agent [1 reference]

– makes will [2 references]

– makes payments [1 reference]

– management of Fairfax estate [1 reference]

– management of property of [1 reference]

– manages George William Fairfax's affairs [1 reference]

– map [3 references]

– map notes [1 reference]

– map of Boston area [1 reference]

– marquee [1 reference]

– marriage [4 references]

– Masonic membership [6 references]

– McGillivray comments on [2 references]

– measures against marauding [1 reference]

– medal given in honor of [1 reference]

– medals for Revolutionary War service [1 reference]

– medical advice from [1 reference]

– meetings with [23 subentries]

– meets camp committee [1 reference]

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– meets Elizabeth Willing Powel [1 reference]

– meets with Congress [7 references]

– meets with Indians [4 references]

– meets with Pennsylvania Supreme Executive Council [1 reference]

– meets with South Carolina delegates [1 reference]

– member of agricultural societies [1 reference]

– memberships [5 subentries]

– memoranda [6 subentries]

– memoranda books [2 references]

– memoranda in 1748 diary [2 references]

– memoranda on Indian affairs [1 reference]

– memoranda on Thomas Jefferson's letters [1 reference]

– memorial sent to [1 reference]

– memories of French and Indian War [1 reference]

– memory of [1 reference]

– mentioned in sermon [1 reference]

– messages to Congress [3 references]

– military accounts of [10 references]

– military aids and secretary for [2 references]

– military equipment [9 subentries]

– military expedition (1753) [1 reference]

– military papers [20 references]

– military pay of [6 references]

– military plans of [1 reference]

– military secretary [32 references]

– military services [9 subentries]

– military stores for [1 reference]

– mill at Washington's Bottom, Pa. [1 reference]

– mistakes date of opening of Second Congress [1 reference]

– mitigates punishments [2 references]

– money of [1 reference]

– mourning [2 references]

– movements and headquarters of [11 subentries]

– moves slaves from dower lands to Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– mules of [3 references]

– name used in vain [1 reference]

– necessity of paying soldiers [5 references]

– need for defensive measures [1 reference]

– needs fund for contingent expenses [1 reference]

– neglect of private affairs during Revolutionary War [1 reference]

– negotiates with Indians [2 references]

– negotiations for prisoner exchange [8 references]

– New England Tour [3 references]

– newspaper criticism of [1 reference]

– newspaper subscriptions [1 reference]

– no accounts found with lawyers [1 reference]

– no record of his account of the purchase and sale of slaves [1 reference]

– notes on agriculture by [1 reference]

– notes on Board of Treasury reports [1 reference]

– notes on crop rotation [1 reference]

– oath of office [2 references]

– objects to abandoning Fort Loudoun [3 references]

– ode to [1 reference]

– offers appointments [1 reference]

– offers appointment to Peter Scull [1 reference]

– offers condolences [1 reference]

– offers condolences and wishes for recovery [2 references]

– offers driftwood [1 reference]

– offers house in Alexandria to Bushrod Washington [1 reference]

– offers position to Tobias Lear [1 reference]

– offers rewards [2 subentries]

– offers sympathy [2 references]

– offers thanks [1 reference]

– offers to have council decide his rights to bounty lands [2 references]

– offers to rear George Washington Greene [1 reference]

– office of paymaster taken from him [2 references]

– officers dine with [1 reference]

– offices held [2 subentries]

– on correspondence with Edmund Pendleton [1 reference]

– only letter from Martha Washington to survive [1 reference]

– on new government [1 reference]

– on payment to civilians for military supplies [1 reference]

– on reception in New York [2 references]

– on what terms he is to retain his commission [1 reference]

– opening speech to Congress [6 references]

– opinion of in Europe [1 reference]

– opinions of [275 subentries]

– opposes provincial distinctions [15 references]

– opposes publication of correspondence [1 reference]

– opposition to [5 references]

– optimism [3 references]

– ordered not to interfere in Indian affairs [1 reference]

– orderly books of [1 reference]

– order of battle for Whitemarsh skirmish [1 reference]

– orders [37 subentries]

– orders and instructions to [6 references]

– orders books [1 reference]

– orders camp gear [1 reference]

– orders circumferenter [2 references]

– orders clothing for servant [2 references]

– orders engine for uprooting trees [1 reference]

– orders for [29 subentries]

– orders gold-headed cane with coat of arms [2 references]

– orders goods from England [2 references]

– orders gun [1 reference]

– orders Indian leggings for troops [3 references]

– orders marking irons [1 reference]

– orders military book [2 references]

– orders mourning for his mother [1 reference]

– orders newspapers [1 reference]

– orders plate with arms engraved [2 references]

– orders protractor [2 references]

– overseers of dower lands [3 references]

– owns pall [1 reference]

– Pacific island named for [1 reference]

– paid for military services [1 reference]

– pamphlets and books loaned to [1 reference]

– pamphlets owned [2 references]

– papers of [30 references + 10 subentries]

– pardoning powers [4 references]

– pardon proclamation [1 reference]

– paroles prisoner [1 reference]

– participates in Masonic ceremonies [1 reference]

– partnership with Christopher Hardwick [1 reference]

– Patrick Henry's opinion of [2 references]

– patronage of sought [1 reference]

– pay for authorized [1 reference]

– paymaster for old Virginia Regiment [1 reference]

– payment of taxes and levies [6 references]

– pays for G. W. Craik's schooling [1 reference]

– pays John Field & Son [1 reference]

– personal baggage [1 reference]

– personal business [27 subentries]

– personal business affairs [26 references]

– personal clothing [3 references]

– personal expenses [11 references]

– personal guard [5 references]

– personal possessions captured [1 reference]

– personal possessions of [3 references]

– personal quarters [7 references]

– personal servants [1 reference]

– personal supplies for [9 references]

– pessimism and discouragement [10 references]

– petitions for Virginia Regiment to be put on British establishment [3 references]

– petitions governor for land under 1754 proclamation [2 references]

– petitions to [17 references + 1 subentry]

– petitions to have Virginia Regiment put on British establishment [3 references]

– petition to General Court for rental of dower lands [1 reference]

– petition to Maryland legislature to open road to Marshall's land [1 reference]

– Philadelphia residence [2 references]

– philanthrophy of [2 references]

– philanthropy of [3 references]

– physical appearance of [1 reference]

– physical characteristics of [1 reference]

– pictures [1 reference]

– plan for regulation of the Virginia Regiment [2 references]

– plans Bermuda expedition [4 references]

– plans for Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– plans for work at Mount Vernon [2 references]

– plans of for Mount Vernon farms [1 reference]

– plans Quebec expedition [14 references]

– plans to go to sea [2 references]

– pocket map made for [1 reference]

– poems on [1 reference]

– poetry [4 references + 4 subentries]

– poetry addressed to [2 references]

– poetry in honor of [2 references]

– political activities [6 subentries]

– political career [1 subentry]

– popularity [1 reference]

– portraits [37 references + 27 subentries]

– possibility of return to Mount Vernon [3 references]

– powers as commander in chief [214 references]

– powers of appointment [20 references]

– powers offered to [1 reference]

– praise of [239 references + 7 subentries]

– praises Arthur Young's Annals [1 reference]

– praises Daniel Morgan [1 reference]

– praises John Sinclair [1 reference]

– praises soldiers [1 reference]

– precedence over Horatio Sharpe [2 references]

– precedence over John Dagworthy [1 reference]

– prefers to be stationed at Fort Cumberland [1 reference]

– preparation of letters [2 references]

– preparations for winter [4 references]

– prepares agenda for D.C. commissioners [1 reference]

– presence at engagements [8 subentries]

– presents saddle and bridle to brother [1 reference]

– presidency [4 subentries]

– presidential household [6 references]

– presidential mansion (Philadelphia) [1 reference + 7 subentries]

– presidential mansions [4 subentries]

– presidential pardons of [1 reference]

– presses horses [2 references]

– press of business [81 references]

– press of business and fatigue [16 references]

– prewar view of British-American relations [1 reference]

– proclamation on cattle [4 references]

– proclamation on deserters [1 reference]

– proclamation on threshing grain [1 reference]

– proclamations [35 references + 13 subentries]

– proclamations on construction in the Federal City [1 reference]

– promulgation of general orders [4 references]

– proposal to attack Boston [3 references]

– proposal to Henry Lee, Jr. [3 references]

– proposed comments for Fourth of July [1 reference]

– proposed lease of wife's dower lands [1 reference]

– proposed retirement [4 references]

– proposes frontier inhabitants live in towns near forts [2 references]

– proposes investigation into conduct of Silas Newcomb [1 reference]

– proposes naval operations [5 references + 1 subentry]

– proposes price fixing [1 reference]

– proposes renting out Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– proposes trip to see Lord Loudoun [1 reference]

– proposes turning hides into wrought leather [1 reference]

– proposes use of Virginia and Maryland militia [1 reference]

– protests publication of his letter [3 references]

– provides certificate for Hugh West [1 reference]

– provides introduction [1 reference]

– provisions for volunteers who pursue Indians [1 reference]

– publication of his 1754 journal [1 reference]

– publication of his letter to Charles Carter [1 reference]

– public opinion of [1 reference]

– public opinion on [3 references]

– publishes orders in newspapers [1 reference]

– purchase offer to William B. Harrison [4 references]

– purity of his motives in public service [1 reference]

– queries of about Ohio waterways [1 reference]

– queries of concerning New Army [2 references]

– quotes Poor Richard's Almanac [1 reference]

– quotes popular adages [4 references]

– quotes Shakespeare [1 reference]

– reaction to rejection of Fishbourn nomination [1 reference]

– reads newspapers [2 references]

– recalls declarations [1 reference]

– receives condolences [1 reference]

– receives opinion of general officers [1 reference]

– receives payment from William Lyles [1 reference]

– receives Senate journals [2 references]

– receives spiritual counseling [1 reference]

– receives subscription request [1 reference]

– reception of in Baltimore [1 reference]

– reception of in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– reception of prisoners [3 references]

– receptions [10 subentries]

– recipe for small beer [1 reference]

– recommendation sought from [1 reference]

– recommendations [1 subentry]

– recommendations by [5 references]

– recommends captains to be retained [1 reference]

– recommends fort and large storehouse be built at Winchester [4 references]

– recommends Joel Barlow [1 reference]

– recommends officers [4 references]

– recommends officers for New Army [9 references]

– recommends road from headwaters of Potomac [1 reference]

– recommends Roger Alden's appointment [1 reference]

– recommends that Andrew Lewis read and study his duty as a major [1 reference]

– recommends William Henry Fairfax [1 reference]

– reconnoitering [27 references]

– reconnoitering expedition [1 reference]

– reconnoiters enemy lines [2 references]

– recording secretary of [1 reference]

– records trademark for his flour [1 reference]

– redistributes Virginia forces [1 reference]

– red trunk covered with bearskin [1 reference]

– reelection of [5 references]

– references to God [4 references]

– refers to Braddock's defeat [1 reference]

– refers to Deity [39 references]

– refers to disarray of personal affairs [2 references]

– refers to his financial straits [4 references]

– refers to U.S. Constitution [2 references]

– refusal of to separate slave families [1 reference]

– refusal to appoint Bushrod Washington [1 reference]

– refuses passport to Adam Ferguson [1 reference]

– refuses to buy slave [1 reference]

– refuses to grant pardon [1 reference]

– regarding James O'Fallon [2 references + 1 subentry]

– regiment praised [1 reference]

– regrets accepting command [2 references]

– regulates inspector general's office [1 reference]

– reinforces frontier [2 references]

– rejects blockade of Boston Harbor [3 references]

– rejects charges of political meddling [1 reference]

– rejects Nova Scotia expedition [1 reference]

– rejects opinion of council of war [1 reference]

– rejects reward from Pennsylvania [1 reference]

– rejects Time Piece [1 reference]

– relationship to army officers [1 reference]

– relationship with Horatio Gates [8 references]

– relationship with Joseph Reed [2 references]

– relations with [27 subentries]

– releases prisoner [1 reference]

– relied on by Revolutionary War veterans [1 reference]

– religion [12 subentries]

– religious references [18 references + 2 subentries]

– reluctance to accept command [1 reference]

– remits sentence [1 reference]

– removes slave from prison [1 reference]

– rental agents for [3 references]

– rental of Williamsburg houses [9 references]

– rents dower lands to John Parke Custis [1 reference]

– rents due him [4 references]

– rents house in Winchester [1 reference]

– reorganizes army [12 references]

– repays Lafayette [1 reference]

– replies to addresses and resolutions [24 references]

– replies to Senate address [1 reference]

– report of celebration of George III's recovery [1 reference]

– report on state of army [1 reference]

– reports from Mount Vernon managers [1 reference]

– reports labor costs [1 reference]

– reports of accident of [2 references]

– reports regarding army to president and Council [1 reference]

– reports to president and Council [1 reference]

– reports to Senate on Cherokee——North Carolina treaty negotiations [1 reference]

– reprimands brigade majors [1 reference]

– reprimands Mathew Carey [1 reference]

– reputation in Europe [3 references]

– reputation of [6 references]

– requests accounts be settled [1 reference]

– requests additional aides-de-camp [1 reference]

– requests advice [24 references + 8 subentries]

– requests advice of Senate on Indian treaty [1 reference]

– requests cabinet meeting [2 references]

– requests carriage ride to church [1 reference]

– requests chaplain for Virginia Regiment [1 reference]

– requests consent of Senate [1 reference]

– requests for assistance from [34 references]

– requests for clemency to [1 reference]

– requests for contributions [2 references + 3 subentries]

– requests for employment with [1 reference]

– requests for money [1 reference]

– requests for recommendation [2 subentries]

– requests for use of papers [2 subentries]

– requests information from Supreme Court [1 reference]

– requests intelligence [5 references]

– requests loan from Lord Fairfax [1 reference]

– requests maps of Delaware River [1 reference]

– requests newspapers [1 reference]

– requests New York lodgings [1 reference]

– requests Potomac River soundings [1 reference]

– requests reports from government departments [2 references]

– requests reports on operation of government departments [1 reference]

– resents arrest of Valentine Crawford at Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– residence of during Federal Convention [1 reference]

– residences of [2 references + 4 subentries]

– resignation as colonel of Virginia Regiment [1 reference]

– resigns from Truro Parish vestry [2 references]

– resigns from Virginia Regiment [1 reference]

– resigns his commission [5 references]

– resigns presidency of Potomac Company [1 reference]

– resolutions of praise and support for [13 references]

– responds to criticism [1 reference]

– responds to South Carolina legislature [1 reference]

– responses to his inquiries on agriculture [7 references]

– response to addresses from Congress [3 references]

– restricts sale of his slaves [1 reference]

– retains print of plan of Federal City [1 reference]

– retirement [1 subentry]

– retirement of [1 reference]

– returns to Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– returns to Philadelphia [21 references]

– revisits Revolutionary War battlefields [1 reference]

– Revolutionary War [1 subentry]

– Revolutionary War accounts [10 references]

– Revolutionary War correspondence with Thomas Jefferson [1 reference]

– riding equipment [4 references]

– rift with George Mercer [1 reference]

– rival seeks command of regiment [1 reference]

– Robert Dinwiddie recommends him to be promoted in British establishment [1 reference]

– Robert Morris's opinion of [1 reference]

– rules of conduct toward [1 reference]

– rulings on courts-martial [1 reference]

– rumored child of [1 reference]

– rumored to threaten resignation [3 references]

– rumors of his death [2 references]

– runaway slaves [15 references]

– saddle of [2 references]

– safeguarding of his military papers [4 references]

– salary [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– sales of [4 subentries]

– scheme for reorganizing Virginia troops into two battalions [5 references]

– searches for gardeners [10 references]

– second inauguration of [5 references]

– secretaries [30 references + 10 subentries]

– secretary to appointed [1 reference]

– secures a London bill [1 reference]

– secures American lines [22 references + 1 subentry]

– seeds for [2 references]

– seeks advice from John Adams [1 reference]

– seeks advice of general officers [19 references]

– seeks advice on winter campaign [1 reference]

– seeks blacksmith [1 reference]

– seeks brick mason [2 references]

– seeks bull [2 references]

– seeks cash for army [3 references]

– seeks cloth [1 reference]

– seeks commission for friend [1 reference]

– seeks cook and housekeeper [17 references]

– seeks corn [6 references]

– seeks custody of George Fayette Washington [2 references]

– seeks cutting box [1 reference]

– seeks English farmer [1 reference]

– seeks estate manager [14 references]

– seeks extra copies of Federalist Papers [2 references]

– seeks farm manager [1 reference]

– seeks gardener [2 references]

– seeks German servants [1 reference]

– seeks guides [1 reference]

– seeks help with entertaining [2 references]

– seeks his army commission [2 references]

– seeks horses [1 reference]

– seeks house joiner [7 references]

– seeks housekeeper [1 reference]

– seeks imports from Orient [1 reference]

– seeks improved scythes [1 reference]

– seeks information about the West [3 references]

– seeks intelligence [7 references]

– seeks intelligence through clergyman [2 references]

– seeks joiner [4 references]

– seeks journals of Virginia assembly [1 reference]

– seeks legal advice from Edmund Randolph [3 references]

– seeks letter [1 reference]

– seeks letter books [1 reference]

– seeks map of United States [2 references]

– seeks medical care for slave [4 references]

– seeks miller [3 references]

– seeks Mount Vernon miller [1 reference]

– seeks overseer [5 references]

– seeks paper [2 references]

– seeks plaster of paris [4 references]

– seeks raking machine [2 references]

– seeks reinforcements [2 subentries]

– seeks secretary [4 references]

– seeks seed for Versailles [2 references]

– seeks Senate cooperation in treaty negotiations [1 reference]

– seeks servants [4 references]

– seeks steward [2 references]

– seeks telescope [3 references]

– seeks to enforce payment from Israel Shreve [2 references]

– seeks to hire carpenters [1 reference]

– seeks to sell jackasses [5 references]

– seeks Treaty and Conventions of Ecluse [1 reference]

– seeks weaver [1 reference]

– seeks wheat [1 reference]

– seeks wine [3 references]

– seen as first president [1 reference]

– sees “Tyger” [1 reference]

– selects site for President's House [1 reference]

– sells dower lands to John Parke Custis [1 reference]

– sells flour [8 references]

– sells old guns [1 reference]

– sells slaves [6 references]

– sells tobacco [2 references]

– sends address to Virginia assembly [1 reference]

– sends bail money for William Dandridge [1 reference]

– sends copies of Constitution to individuals [3 references]

– sends for Martha [1 reference]

– sends gun to have new stock made [2 references]

– sends journals of Senate to David Stuart [1 reference]

– sends Lord Loudoun account of affairs in Virginia [1 reference]

– sends news of fall of Fort Duquesne [2 references]

– sends pamphlet to D.C. commissioners [1 reference]

– sends papers to Charles Cotesworth Pinckney [3 references]

– sends supplies [1 reference]

– sends volume of statutes to cabinet and Supreme Court [1 reference]

– sends wool to Arthur Young [1 reference]

– sense of humor [1 reference]

– “Sentiments on a Peace Establishment” [1 reference]

– sermons dedicated to [3 references]

– servants of [7 references]

– sets conditions for accepting army command [3 references]

– settlement of his accounts [2 references]

– ships flour [1 reference]

– ships named after [4 references]

– signatures of [1 reference]

– signs certificate for Bezaleel Howe [1 reference]

– signs commissions [7 references]

– signs passports [1 reference]

– signs patents [1 reference]

– signs sea letters [1 reference]

– signs Treaty of New York [2 references]

– silence and economy of words [2 references]

– silhouette of [1 reference]

– sixty-seventh birthday of [1 reference]

– slaves [20 references + 11 subentries]

– slaves assigned to Dismal Swamp [2 references]

– slaves inherited from his father [1 reference]

– social activities [19 subentries]

– societies, membership in [7 subentries]

– solicits advice and criticism [24 references]

– solicits agricultural data [2 references]

– solicits opinions on convening Congress [5 references]

– songs dedicated to [2 references]

– Southern Tour [14 references + 51 subentries]

– speaks at Convention [1 reference]

– speculates about Howe's intentions [13 references]

– speculation about British intentions [112 references + 1 subentry]

– speculation on movements of British navy [18 references]

– speeches and messages of [3 references]

– speeches to Indians [1 reference]

– spurious letters [7 references]

– spyglass of [2 references]

– spy's letters to intercepted [1 reference]

– stages executions as example to recruits [3 references]

– statement on Obadiah Johnson [1 reference]

– State of the Union address [1 reference]

– stewards [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– stockholdings of [5 references]

– stock in Potomac and James River canal companies [18 references]

– strategy of [10 references]

– strawberries supplied to [1 reference]

– subject of 1755 sermon [1 reference]

– subject of sonnet [1 reference]

– submits documents to Congress [13 references]

– subscribes to American Biography [1 reference]

– subscribes to American Magazine [1 reference]

– subscribes to Bee [2 references]

– subscribes to bridge in Alexandria [1 reference]

– subscribes to essay on education [1 reference]

– subscribes to Farmer's Weekly Museum [1 reference]

– subscribes to Mazzei's Agricultural Company [1 reference]

– subscribes to play [1 reference]

– subscribes to publications [2 references]

– subscribes to Virginia Gazette (Richmond) [1 reference]

– subscribes to works of John Witherspoon [1 reference]

– subscriptions [4 subentries]

– subscription to Truro Parish [1 reference]

– successor to [1 reference]

– suggests attacks on New York City [4 references]

– suggests militia call [1 reference]

– suggests pardon for Loyalists [2 references]

– suggests publications [3 references]

– suggests subjects for paintings [1 reference]

– summarizes views of political opponents [1 reference]

– supplied with boots [1 reference]

– supplies for [6 references]

– supplies money [1 reference]

– support given to [14 references]

– supports exploration of the West [1 reference]

– supports George Steptoe Washington [1 reference]

– supports Harriot Washington [2 references]

– supports his soldiers [5 references]

– supports Lawrence Augustine Washington [1 reference]

– surveying [13 references + 25 subentries]

– surveying activities [1 reference + 13 subentries]

– surveying career of [1 reference]

– surveying papers of [1 reference]

– surveys [14 references]

– surveys land [9 references]

– sympathy for frontier inhabitants [12 references]

– system for correspondence [4 references]

– system of estate management [2 references]

– takes command of reconstituted Virginia Regiment [3 references]

– takes control of Ferry Farm and Little Falls quarter [3 references]

– takes custody of slaves for debt [2 references]

– takes oath [1 reference]

– takes over Ferry Farm and Little Falls quarter [1 reference]

– taxes and levies [29 references]

– taxes of [9 references]

– taxes paid [2 references]

– tells of leaving the army [1 reference]

– tenants of [75 references]

– Tench Tilghman's view of [1 reference]

– terra-cotta model of [1 reference]

– thanked for service in Continental Congress [2 references]

– thanked for support of education [1 reference]

– Thomas Jefferson prepares drafts for [9 references]

– Thomas Jefferson's opinion of [1 reference]

– Thomas Jefferson translates for [5 references]

– threatens legal action [1 reference]

– threatens punishments [8 references]

– threatens settler [1 reference]

– threatens slaves [1 reference]

– threats against [1 reference]

– thrift [2 references]

– toasts to refused [1 reference]

– tobacco of [1 reference]

– tour of frontier forts [4 references]

– tours the President Washington [1 reference]

– townhouse at Alexandria [17 references]

– trade activities of [1 reference]

– trading partnership with Adams, Brodie, and Carlyle [1 reference]

– transactions with W. A. Washington [3 references]

– transmits criticism of Gouverneur Morris [1 reference]

– transmits letters [3 references]

– travels and places at [409 subentries]

– treasury certificates of [1 reference]

– treatment of Canadians [5 references]

– treatment of prisoners [12 references]

– tributes [48 references + 158 subentries]

– trustee for sale of George Carter's lands [1 reference]

– unable to make large loan [1 reference]

– uniform of [20 references]

– upholds rank of officers in scouts [1 reference]

– urged not to resign commission [1 reference]

– urged to accept presidency [16 references]

– urged to free his slaves [2 references]

– urged to intervene in Md. ratification [1 reference]

– urged to reconcile with France [1 reference]

– urged to seek presidency [3 references]

– urged to set example as agricultural improver [1 reference]

– urged to write memoirs [1 reference]

– urges action against Dunmore [5 references]

– urges cleanliness [4 references]

– urges Congress to act on reenlisting Virginia regiments [1 reference]

– urges economy [10 references]

– urges half-pay establishment [3 references]

– urges Henry Knox to accept appointment [1 reference]

– urges offensive action [1 reference]

– urges offensive war [11 references]

– urges Patrick Henry to run for office [1 reference]

– urges recruitment of additional troops [4 references]

– urges use of Braddock Road to maintain Fort Duquesne [1 reference]

– U.S. certificates of [2 references]

– valet of [1 reference]

– verses addressed to [1 reference]

– vetoes apportionment bill [4 references]

– views on [1398 subentries]

– Virginia Regiment [19 subentries]

– visited by [10 subentries]

– visitors to [1 reference]

– visits alarm posts [2 references]

– visits Bryan Fairfax [2 references]

– visits his mother [4 references]

– visits nursery [1 reference]

– visits Senate chamber [1 reference]

– visits site of President's House [1 reference]

– visits Thomas Peter [1 reference]

– visits to [6 subentries]

– votes cast for him in Frederick County election [1 reference]

– wages of servants [1 reference]

– warned about Thomas Jefferson [2 references]

– warned against an Indian conspiracy [1 reference]

– warns army of British forgery [1 reference]

– warns of fraud concerning Algerian captives [1 reference]

– warrant book [2 references]

– warrants issued by [4 references + 3 subentries]

– wax figure of [1 reference]

– William Gordon's opinion of [1 reference]

– William Howe's view of [1 reference]

– willingness to die to save settlers [1 reference]

– will not pursue army career [3 references]

– will of [6 references]

– will of Lawrence Washington [1 reference]

– wishes to avoid disputes [5 references]

– wishes to engage blacksmith [2 references]

– wooden military chest made for [1 reference]

– wooden military chests made for [1 reference]

– youth of on Ferry farm [1 reference]

See Also

See also Agriculture

See also Aides-de-camp

See also Board of War

See also Braddock's campaign

See also Continental army

See also Custis estate

See also Federal Convention

See also Fort Necessity campaign

See also Guards

See also James River Company

See also Lands of GW

See also Lear, Tobias (1762-1816)

See also Mount Vernon

See also New Army

See also Officers

See also overseers

See also Potomac navigation

See also Potomac River Company [link unavailable]

See also Provisional Army

See also Punishments

See also Recruiting

See also Secretaries of GW

See also Slaves and slavery

See also Slaves and slavery: of GW

See also Society of the Cincinnati

See also Taverns

See also Tenants

See also Tenants of GW

See also Tobacco

See also Western landholdings

See also Western lands