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[Diary entry: 19 February 1760] [Diaries 1:243]+

[Diary entry: 23 February 1760] [Diaries 1:245]+

[Diary entry: 10 March 1760] [Diaries 1:252]+

[Diary entry: 11 March 1760] [Diaries 1:253]+

[Diary entry: 27 March 1760] [Diaries 1:258]+

[Diary entry: 29 March 1760] [Diaries 1:259]+

[Diary entry: 9 August 1785] [Diaries 4:180]+

[Diary entry: 21 September 1785] [Diaries 4:196]

[Diary entry: 12 April 1786] [Diaries 4:310]+

[Diary entry: 14 April 1786] [Diaries 4:311]+

[Diary entry: 15 June 1786] [Diaries 4:348]+

[Diary entry: 3 August 1786] [Diaries 5:20]+

[Diary entry: 11 August 1788] [Diaries 5:377]+

To Charles Dick, 20 September 1755 [Colonial Series 2:56]+

To Andrew Lewis, 8 October 1755 [Colonial Series 2:87]+

Orders, 17 October 1755 [Colonial Series 2:122]+

To Adam Stephen, 29 October 1755 [Colonial Series 2:147]

To Thomas Walker, 10 January 1756 [Colonial Series 2:270]

From Robert Orme, 2 March 1756 [Colonial Series 2:322]+

From Major Christopher French, 3 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:411]

To Nicholas Cooke, 6 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:422]+

To John Hancock, 11 November 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:350]

From John Holt, 20 November 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:407]+

From Lund Washington, 24 November 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:423]

From the Stonington Committee of Safety, 1 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:468]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 9 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:524]+

From Captain Richard Dodge, 16 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:557]+

To William Whipple, 27 January 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:204]+

From Lund Washington, 31 January 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:231]

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 9–10 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:443]

From Richard Henry Lee, 13 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:466]+

Orders and Instructions for Colonel Thomas Mifflin, 24 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:528]+

From Major General Artemas Ward, 12 May 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:284]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 15 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:534]

From the Massachusetts General Court, 2 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:183]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 6 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:585]

From Nathaniel Woodhull, 8 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:644]+

General Orders, 13 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:1]

General Orders, 6 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:229]

To John Hancock, 8 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:253]

To Brigadier General Hugh Mercer, 11 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:285]

From Major General William Heath, 19 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:343]+

General Orders, 20 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:349]

To John Hancock, 22 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:369]+

From the Massachusetts General Court, 24 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:393]+

General Orders, 26 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:405]

Enclosure, 4 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:467]+

To John Hancock, 11–13 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:536]+

From Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., 11 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:544]+

From Colonel Jacob Bayley, 15 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:572]+

To Colonel Jacob Bayley, 17 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:585]+

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Hanson Harrison to John Hancock, 29 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:52]

From Colonel Rufus Putnam, 19 November 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:189]

From Brigadier General Philemon Dickinson, 20 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:377]+

From Brigadier General Philemon Dickinson, 26 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:447]+

From Colonel Elisha Sheldon, 13 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:153]+

From Major General Joseph Spencer, 14 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:167]

From Major General Israel Putnam, 1 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:585]+

General Orders, 4 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:603]+

General Orders, 10 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:660]+

Order of March, 14 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:35]

To Major General Du Coudray, 13 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:270]

To Brigadier General William Smallwood, 18 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:330]+

To William Livingston, 1 September 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 11:113]

From Major General Nathanael Greene, 2 September 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 11:126]+

From Joseph Reed, 18 September 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 11:265]+

From Major General John Armstrong, 26 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:3]

From Major Peter Scull, 27 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:23]+

From Major John Clark, Jr., 30 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:65]+

From Trenton and Mercer County Magistrates, 2 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:123]

To Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski, 14 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:240]+

From Colonel Walter Stewart, 18 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:277]

To Major General Israel Putnam, 22 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:317]+

To Major Jacob Morris, 27 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:368]+

To Henry Laurens, 31 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:421]+

General Orders, 2 February 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:440]+

From General William Howe, 21 February 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:623]

From Major General John Sullivan, 2 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:42]+

From Brigadier General John Lacey, Jr., 11 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:145]+

To Major General Horatio Gates, 20 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:237]

From Daniel Kemper, 26 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:322]+

From General William Howe, 3 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:390]+

General Orders, 6 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:410]+

From Brigadier General Henry Knox, 23 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:597]

To Colonel George Baylor, 1 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:2]

To Major General Horatio Gates, 2 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:14]+

To Major General Benjamin Lincoln, 7 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:74]+

To Major General Lafayette, 18 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:152]

From Brigadier General James Potter, 18 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:159]+

To Colonel Stephen Moylan, 24 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:212]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 29 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:264]+

From Major General Charles Lee, 30 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:276]+

To Brigadier General William Smallwood, 30 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:278]+

From Major Alexander Clough, 2 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:300]+

From Colonel Theodorick Bland, 5 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:322]+

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 5–7 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:326]

General Orders, 6 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:332]+

From Brigadier General William Smallwood, 7 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:346]

From Major General Horatio Gates, 9 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:366]+

From Timothy Pickering, 9 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:371]+

From Colonel David Mason, 13 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:392]+

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 14 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:396]

To Major General Philemon Dickinson, 15 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:399]+

General Orders, 16 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:412]+

From John Parke Custis, 17 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:419]+

Orders for March from Valley Forge, 17 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:425]

From Brigadier General John Cadwalader, 18 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:437]+

From Major General Nathanael Greene, 18 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:442]

To James Mease, 18 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:459]+

From Major General Philemon Dickinson, 20 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:480]+

To Major General Benedict Arnold, 21 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:487]+

From Major General Philemon Dickinson, 23 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:511]+

Council of War, 24 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:522]+

From Major General Horatio Gates, 24 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:525]+

From Major General Lafayette, 24 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:530]+

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 25 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:543]+

From Major General Philemon Dickinson, 26 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:547]+

To Major General Horatio Gates, 27 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:564]+

From Major General Philemon Dickinson, 28 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:575]

To Major General Charles Lee, 30 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:598]+

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 1 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:9]+

General Orders, 3 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:224]

To Brigadier General Thomas Nelson, Jr., 20 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:342]+

General Orders, 23 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:356]+

From Baron de Knobelauch, 2 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:476]+

From a Board of Officers, 10 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:551]

From Henry Laurens, 12 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:590]+

From Colonel Ichabod Alden, 4 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:38]

To Major John Bigelow, 29 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:331]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 27 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:518]+

From Major Henry Harnage, 27 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:623]

From Robert Walker, 30 July 1789 [Presidential Series 3:357]+

Circular on the State of American Agriculture, 25 August 1791 [Presidential Series 8:453]

To d'Estaing, 7 September 1791 [Presidential Series 8:506]+

Enclosure, 17 January 1792 [Presidential Series 9:461]

To Arthur Young, 18–21 June 1792 [Presidential Series 10:464]

To Anthony Whitting, 11 November 1792 [Presidential Series 11:373]

To Anthony Whitting, 14 November 1792 [Presidential Series 11:389]+

To Anthony Whitting, 2 December 1792 [Presidential Series 11:461]

To Anthony Whitting, 9 December 1792 [Presidential Series 11:487]

From Anthony Whitting, 16 January 1793 [Presidential Series 12:12]

From Arthur Young, 17 January 1793 [Presidential Series 12:25]

To George Augustine Washington, 27 January 1793 [Presidential Series 12:54]+

To Anthony Whitting, 24 February 1793 [Presidential Series 12:214]

To Robert Lewis, 7 March 1793 [Presidential Series 12:280]+

To Anthony Whitting, 24 March 1793 [Presidential Series 12:374]

From Robert Lewis, 26 March 1793 [letter not found] [Presidential Series 12:383]+

From Tobias Lear, 8 April 1793 [Presidential Series 12:438]+

To Anthony Whitting, 28 April 1793 [Presidential Series 12:491]

To Anthony Whitting, 5 May 1793 [Presidential Series 12:527]

To Anthony Whitting, 12 May 1793 [Presidential Series 12:568]

To Anthony Whitting, 26 May 1793 [Presidential Series 12:635]

From James Anderson, 8 March 1797 [Retirement Series 1:21]

Farm Reports, 2–8 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:62]

Farm Reports, 2–8 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:63]

Farm Reports, 2–8 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:66]+

Farm Reports, 9–15 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:85]

Farm Reports, 9–15 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:86]

Farm Reports, 9–15 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:87]

Farm Reports, 9–15 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:89]

From George Lewis, 15 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:98]+

Farm Reports, 16–22 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:99]

Farm Reports, 16–22 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:100]

Farm Reports, 16–22 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:102]

From Elizabeth Foote Washington, 22 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:110]+

Farm Reports, 23–29 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:111]

Farm Reports, 23–29 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:112]

Farm Reports, 23–29 April 1797 [Retirement Series 1:114]+

To Albin Rawlins, 31 January 1798 [Retirement Series 2:63]+

From James Anderson, 19 June 1798 [Retirement Series 2:344]

From James Anderson, 19 June 1798 [Retirement Series 2:346]

To James Anderson, 1 November 1798 [Retirement Series 3:168]+

To James Anderson, 3 November 1798 [Retirement Series 3:175]+

From Lawrence Lewis, 21 November 1798 [Retirement Series 3:215]

From Alexander Spotswood, 24 November 1798 [Retirement Series 3:219]

From Alexander Spotswood, 24 November 1798 [Retirement Series 3:220]+

To James McHenry, 6 January 1799 [Retirement Series 3:308]+

To Tobias Lear, 18 March 1799 [Retirement Series 3:425]+

To James Welch, 7 April 1799 [Retirement Series 3:472]+

To Clement Biddle, 28 April 1799 [Retirement Series 4:29]+

To Elias Boudinot, 22 June 1799 [Retirement Series 4:142]+

From James Anderson, 23 June 1799 [Retirement Series 4:145]

From James Anderson, 23 June 1799 [Retirement Series 4:147]

From James Anderson, 23 June 1799 [Retirement Series 4:148]

From James Anderson, 23 June 1799 [Retirement Series 4:149]+

From James McHenry, 28 June 1799 [Retirement Series 4:165]+

From William Thornton, 3 July 1799 [Retirement Series 4:173]+

To Lawrence Lewis, 28 September 1799 [Retirement Series 4:325]

Enclosure: Washington's Plans for His River, Union, and Muddy Hole Farms, 10 December 1799 [Retirement Series 4:462]

Enclosure: Schedule of Property, 9 July 1799 [Retirement Series 4:519]

Subentries

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– abandoned [1 reference]

– accounts [1 reference]

– advertisements for strayed horses [2 references]

– allocation of [7 references]

– allotment of [4 references]

– American [2 references + 61 subentries]

– and baggage [1 reference]

– and British agriculture [1 reference]

– and cavalry troops [3 references]

– and evacuation of dogs [1 reference]

– and express riding [1 reference]

– and German stable boys [1 reference]

– and GW [27 references]

– and medicine [1 reference]

– and militia [1 reference]

– and stagecoaches [1 reference]

– and Thomas Jefferson [1 reference]

– “an English colt” [1 reference]

– artillery horses [1 reference]

– as a reward to George Baylor [1 reference]

– as draft animals [1 reference]

– as food [1 reference]

– as payment [5 references]

– as present from GW [1 reference]

– assignment of [4 references]

– at Lancaster, Pa. [1 reference]

– at Mount Vernon [14 references]

– at Valley Forge [2 references]

– baggage horses [1 reference]

– bat horses [7 references]

– bequeathal of [1 reference]

– blacksmiths [2 references]

– Blueskin [2 references + 1 subentry]

– boarded by GW's overseer [1 reference]

– boarding of [3 references]

– bought and sold [7 references]

– branding [4 references]

– breeding [33 references]

– British [21 references + 15 subentries]

– Canadian [1 reference]

– captured and sold [1 reference]

– captured by Americans [5 references]

– captured by Loyalists [1 reference]

– capture of [21 references]

– care and feeding of [44 references]

– carriage horses [1 reference]

– carry clothes [1 reference]

– cavalry [5 references]

– Charles Lee's mare [1 reference]

– Charles Willson Peale's horse [1 reference]

– collected [1 reference]

– collection and movement of [4 references]

– color of [3 references]

– comparison of American and British [1 reference]

– compensation for one killed [1 reference]

– complaints about [1 reference]

– condition and care [36 references + 4 subentries]

– consumption of hay [2 references]

– costs of keeping [1 reference]

– criteria for ownership of horses [1 reference]

– Custis holdings of [1 reference]

– dead [5 references]

– difficulty in crossing swamp [1 reference]

– disposal of carcasses [2 references]

– dispatched [15 references]

– distemper [1 reference]

– distribution of [5 references]

– draw sledge [1 reference]

– dressing of [1 reference]

– embarked on ships [2 references]

– equipment and supplies for [7 references + 2 subentries]

– escape of [1 reference]

– exchange of [1 reference]

– exportation permitted [1 reference]

– fatigue of [3 references]

– feeding of [1 reference]

– ferriage of [3 references]

– firing from horseback [1 reference]

– fodder for [1 reference]

– forage for [39 references]

– forage money allowed light horse [1 reference]

– for American patrols [1 reference]

– for American spies [2 references]

– for artillery [28 references]

– for artillery and wagons [13 references]

– for cavalry [20 references]

– for express riders [2 references]

– for foraging [1 reference]

– for GW [12 references]

– for Indians [10 references]

– for light horse [4 references]

– for Martha Washington [3 references]

– for messengers [1 reference]

– for officers [5 references]

– for outposts [7 references]

– for spies [1 reference]

– for U.S. Army [1 reference]

– for wagons [4 references]

– from Europe [1 reference]

– from Kentucky [1 reference]

– from Pennsylvania [1 reference]

– furnishing of [1 reference]

– gift to GW [2 references]

– gift to Lafayette [2 references]

– guarded [1 reference]

– GW riding for health [1 reference]

– GW's [45 references]

– GW's dealings with [3 references]

– hair needed to stuff saddles [1 reference]

– harness and saddles [5 references]

– health of [2 references]

– high appraisals of [1 reference]

– hiring of [3 references]

– illness of [4 references]

– impressment and confiscation of [48 references]

– in agriculture [9 references]

– in Caroline County, Va. [1 reference]

– in construction [3 references]

– in Continental army [11 subentries]

– Indian [1 reference]

– injury to [1 reference]

– in military [9 references]

– in New Hampshire [1 reference]

– in Pennsylvania [1 reference]

– in winter quarters [3 references]

– Jay's Spanish stallion [1 reference]

– killed [4 references]

– king's [2 references]

– king's horses on South Branch [1 reference]

– left in Boston [2 references]

– Le Mayeur's mares [1 reference]

– Leonidas [3 references]

– lists of [18 references]

– loaned [1 reference]

– loss of [5 references]

– lost and found [2 references]

– Loyalist [1 subentry]

– Magnolia (Magnolio) [16 references + 9 subentries]

– mares [5 references]

– mares for Mount Vernon [2 references]

– Martha Washington's [1 reference]

– miller's [1 reference]

– mistreatment of [3 references]

– misuse of [1 reference]

– movement of British horses [2 references]

– need for [5 references]

– need refreshment [1 reference]

– Nelson [2 references]

– not to be brought off [1 reference]

– number allowed for light horse [1 reference]

– numbers at Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– of aides-de-camp [1 reference]

– of Connecticut militia [1 reference]

– offered at stud [1 reference]

– offered for sale [1 reference]

– officers' [2 references]

– of James Madison [1 reference]

– of light horse troop [1 reference]

– of Loyalists and deserters [2 references]

– of Tobias Lear [2 references]

– on bad roads [1 reference]

– on Josiah Harmar expedition [4 references]

– on southern tour [7 references]

– on western journey [11 references]

– orders regarding [2 references]

– ownership disputed [1 reference]

– packhorses [30 references]

– pasturage [1 reference]

– paths for [1 reference]

– plan to ease fatigue of [1 reference]

– plowing with [5 references]

– poor condition of [1 reference]

– poor quality of [2 references]

– possibly stolen from GW [4 references]

– preparation of [1 reference]

– prices of [13 references]

– procurement [85 references]

– purchased by GW [2 references]

– purchase of [35 references]

– Quakers' horses [1 reference]

– quartering of [3 references]

– racing of [29 references + 8 subentries]

– recovered from British [1 reference]

– regulations on [20 references]

– removal and concealment of [5 references]

– removal from coastal areas [9 references]

– returns of [13 references]

– ridden by slaves [1 reference]

– sale of [3 references]

– salt for [1 reference]

– Sampson [7 references]

– scrape the snow off grass [1 reference]

– securing and removal of [5 references]

– seized from Loyalists [1 reference]

– seizure or impressment of [16 references]

– sent from camp [2 references]

– sent to camp [2 references]

– shod with silver horseshoes [1 reference]

– shoeing of [7 references]

– shortages of [35 references]

– sick and lame [2 references]

– stables and stalls for [9 references]

– stolen [2 references]

– stolen by Indians [7 references]

– strayed [2 references]

– stray horses [1 reference]

– subsistence money for [1 reference]

– substituted [1 reference]

– superiority of frontier horses [1 reference]

– tack and saddlery [48 references]

– taken by deserters [1 reference]

– taxes on [2 references]

– teams [6 references + 2 subentries]

– theft of [10 references]

– to pursue deserters [1 reference]

– trading of [1 reference]

– training of [11 references]

– transport artillery [6 references]

– transportation of [11 references]

– transportation of from abroad [1 reference]

– travel with [3 references]

– unfit for service [15 references]

– used for expresses [1 reference]

– used in battle [4 references]

– used in executions [1 reference]

– used to tread wheat [2 references]

– used to work mills [1 reference]

– wagon horses [7 references]

– with grass guard [1 reference]

– wounded [4 references]

See Also

See also Agriculture

See also Cavalry

See also Custis estate: settlement of the Daniel Parke Custis estate

See also Forage

See also Magnolia (Magnolio; horse)

See also Returns

See also Wagons