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[Diary entry: 6 September 1784] [Diaries 4:13]

[Diary entry: 8 July 1785] [Diaries 4:163]+

[Diary entry: 25 July 1785] [Diaries 4:168]+

[Diary entry: 10 August 1785] [Diaries 4:181]+

[Diary entry: 12 August 1785] [Diaries 4:182]+

[Diary entry: 31 March 1791] [Diaries 6:107]+

[Diary entry: 29 August 1797] [Diaries 6:255]+

[Diary entry: 22 September 1797] [Diaries 6:258]+

[Diary entry: 20 June 1799] [Diaries 6:353]+

Cash Accounts, July 1771 [Colonial Series 8:486]

Cash Accounts, May 1774 [Colonial Series 10:42]

From Samuel Ward, 17 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:4]

From John Hancock, 26 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:50]+

From Brigadier General Joseph Frye, 24 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:359]+

To John Augustine Washington, 31 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:566]

To John Augustine Washington, 31 May–4 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:413]

From Edmund Randolph, 11 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:540]

From John Hancock, 6–7 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:4]+

Proclamation concerning Persons Swearing British Allegiance, 25 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:153]

To John Hancock, 31 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:202]

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 24 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:261]+

General Orders, 30 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:456]+

From Brigadier General Thomas Nelson, Jr., 11 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:294]+

To Henry Laurens, 6 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:281]

To Henry Laurens, 24 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:559]

From Thomas Paine, 31 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:118]

From Joseph Reed, 2–5 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:716]+

To Lafayette, 15 February 1785 [Confederation Series 2:365]

From William Grayson, 15 April 1785 [Confederation Series 2:501]+

To Arthur Young, 6 August 1786 [Confederation Series 4:200]+

To Lucy Flucker Knox, 30 June 1787 [Confederation Series 5:236]+

From Charles Lee, 29 October 1788 [Presidential Series 1:84]+

From Richard Marshall Scott, 15 June 1789 [Presidential Series 2:497]

To Mathew Irwin, 20 July 1789 [Presidential Series 3:247]+

To the United States Senate, 22 August 1789 [Presidential Series 3:526]

From David Humphreys, 13 October 1789 [Presidential Series 4:172]+

From Edmund Randolph, 22 November 1789 [Presidential Series 4:317]

From Corbin Washington, 30 November 1789 [Presidential Series 4:350]

From David Stuart, 3 December 1789 [Presidential Series 4:359]

From George Augustine Washington, 15 January 1790 [Presidential Series 4:589]

To Beverley Randolph, 20 March 1790 [Presidential Series 5:266]+

From Harriot Washington, 2 April 1790 [Presidential Series 5:310]

From Tobias Lear, 20 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:485]+

To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 12 December 1791 [Presidential Series 9:275]

From Peter Nelson, 1791 [Presidential Series 9:358]+

From John Hurt, 1 January 1792 [Presidential Series 9:364]

Enclosure: Washington Genealogy, 2 May 1792 [Presidential Series 10:337]

From George Washington Parke Custis, 8 June 1797 [Retirement Series 1:175]

From George Washington Parke Custis, 8 June 1797 [Retirement Series 1:176]+

From George Washington Parke Custis, 1 July 1797 [Retirement Series 1:224]

From David Stuart, 26 January 1798 [Retirement Series 2:51]+

Subentries

– id. [8 references]

– letters from [15 subentries]

– letters to [31 subentries]

– accompanies GW to Philadelphia [1 reference]

– account with [3 references]

– acts as justice on ship [1 reference]

– and amendments to U.S. Constitution [1 reference]

– and Andrew Porter [1 reference]

– and bounty lands [3 references]

– and breach of 1783 Treaty of Paris [1 reference]

– and constitutional amendments [1 reference]

– and Conway affair [1 reference]

– and countess of Huntingdon [2 references]

– and debate on titles [2 references]

– and debate over the dispatch of foreign ministers [3 references]

– and Dismal Swamp Company [1 reference]

– and exchange of Kentucky land [1 reference]

– and expedition against the Indians [1 reference]

– and first federal elections [3 references]

– and frontier defense [4 references]

– and George Lee [2 references]

– and government policy [1 reference]

– and GW's appointment [2 references]

– and GW's inauguration [1 reference]

– and GW's spurious letters [1 reference]

– and GW's views of the West [1 reference]

– and James Kelso [1 reference]

– and James Nicholson [1 reference]

– and Jay-Gardoqui treaty [1 reference]

– and John Francis Gaullier [1 reference]

– and John Stadler [1 reference]

– and Judiciary committee [1 reference]

– and Lady Huntingdon's scheme [2 references]

– and Land Ordinance of 1785 [1 reference]

– and Lebarbier's Asgill [1 reference]

– and letter to Virginia legislature [2 references]

– and medal for Revolutionary War service [2 references]

– and militia [2 references]

– and Mississippi Company [6 references]

– and Mount Vernon rent [1 reference]

– and Mrs. Lee's watch repair [1 reference]

– and Musco Livingston [1 reference]

– and new government [1 reference]

– and Northwest Ordinance [1 reference]

– and open sessions of Senate [2 references]

– and Potomac navigation [2 references]

– and Potomac River Company [1 reference]

– and presidential titles [2 references]

– and purchase of slave [1 reference]

– and ratification of Constitution [1 reference]

– and reports of Josiah Harmar expedition [1 reference]

– and seed for GW [1 reference]

– and Silas Deane [1 reference]

– and St. Clair's defeat [4 references]

– and temporary levies [1 reference]

– and the Association [1 reference]

– and the Norfolk marine hospital [1 reference]

– and the Savage affair [3 references]

– and Thomas Paine [1 reference]

– and Ticonderoga investigation [1 reference]

– and Va. appropriation for Federal City [1 reference]

– and Vincent Gray [1 reference]

– and Virginia brigade of levies [1 reference]

– and William Darke [2 references]

– appointed to committee [1 reference]

– as Booth trustee [1 reference]

– as candidate for governor [3 references]

– as candidate for U.S. Senate [1 reference]

– as U.S. senator [2 references]

– at Lancaster, Pa. [1 reference]

– at Mount Vernon [9 references]

– at Philadelphia and the Continental Congress [7 references]

– at Providence, R.I. [1 reference]

– Benjamin Hawkins's opinion of [1 reference]

– brings in bill for navigation of Potomac [2 references]

– carries letters [2 references]

– charters ship for tobacco [2 references]

– comments on GW's illness [1 reference]

– comments on new government [1 reference]

– committee appointments [3 references]

– confers with GW [2 references]

– criticism of [1 reference]

– death of [1 reference]

– declines appointment to Constitutional Convention [1 reference]

– delegate to Continental Congress [3 references]

– delegate to Virginia Convention [1 reference]

– describes epidemic [1 reference]

– discusses appointments to office [1 reference]

– elected [1 reference]

– elected Convention delegate [1 reference]

– elected delegate [1 reference]

– elected governor of Virginia [1 reference]

– elected president of Congress [1 reference]

– elected to Congress [4 references]

– elected to House of Burgesses [2 references]

– elected to Virginia general assembly [1 reference]

– encloses letter to GW [1 reference]

– exchange of Kentucky land [11 references]

– executor of George Lee [1 reference]

– forwards letter [2 references]

– goes to New York [1 reference]

– goes to Virginia [1 reference]

– GW lends money to [1 reference]

– GW's opinion of [4 references]

– health [1 reference]

– Henry Knox's opinion of [1 reference]

– ill health of [4 references]

– in arrangement of general officers [1 reference]

– in the Va. House of Burgesses [5 references]

– introduces William J. Williams [1 reference]

– Jay's criticism of [2 references]

– Lafayette praises [1 reference]

– letter from G. W. Fairfax [1 reference]

– letter on amendments to U.S. Constitution [1 reference]

– letters of submitted to GW [1 reference]

– letter referred to [1 reference]

– makes recommendations [2 references]

– marriage [1 reference]

– meets Bryan Fairfax [1 reference]

– offers to buy Nansemond County land [1 reference]

– on committee [2 references]

– on congressional committees [8 references]

– opinion of Edward Flemming [1 reference]

– opinion of William Darke [1 reference]

– opposes Constitution [10 references]

– opposes ratification [2 references]

– prepares address to GW [1 reference]

– presents address to GW [1 reference]

– proposes blockade of Boston Harbor [2 references]

– proposes constitutional amendments [1 reference]

– purchases chinaware for GW [1 reference]

– recommends Ferdinand Leigh Claiborne [1 reference]

– reelected to Continental Congress [1 reference]

– reputed enemy of GW [1 reference]

– requests GW's comments on Great Falls tract [1 reference]

– returns to Virginia [1 reference]

– sends cherry grafts to GW [1 reference]

– sends GW seeds and plants [2 references]

– sends honey locust seed [1 reference]

– submits letters to GW [2 references]

– submits letters to Va. council of state [1 reference]

– supporters of [1 reference]

– suspicions about [2 references]

– takes seat in Senate [1 reference]

– tract at Great Falls [7 references]

– trades Kentucky land for GW's horse [2 references]

– travels to New York [1 reference]

– views on supporters of France [1 reference]

– visits GW in N.Y. [2 references]

– writes letter of introduction for Catherine Macaulay Graham [1 reference]