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Introduction [Diaries 1:xxviii]

Editorial Note [Diaries 1:2]

Editorial Note [Diaries 1:3]

Editorial Note [Diaries 1:120]

[Diary entry: 3 January 1760] [Diaries 1:215]+

[Diary entry: 25 February 1760] [Diaries 1:246]+

[Diary entry: 22 March 1760] [Diaries 1:256]+

[Diary entry: 7 April 1769] [Diaries 2:141]+

[Diary entry: 22 May 1769] [Diaries 2:154]+

[Diary entry: 22 July 1769] [Diaries 2:173]+

[Diary entry: 11 November 1771] [Diaries 3:70]+

[Diary entry: 30 March 1773] [Diaries 3:168]+

[Diary entry: 18 August 1773] [Diaries 3:199]+

[Diary entry: 27 October 1785] [Diaries 4:215]+

[Diary entry: 22 November 1785] [Diaries 4:236]+

[Diary entry: 26 July 1786] [Diaries 5:17]+

[Diary entry: 21 June 1787] [Diaries 5:171]+

[Diary entry: 5 November 1788] [Diaries 5:419]+

[Diary entry: 13 August 1797] [Diaries 6:252]+

To Ann Fairfax Washington, September–November 1749 [Colonial Series 1:39]+

To Robin, 1749–1750 [Colonial Series 1:41]+

To Sally, 1749–1750 [Colonial Series 1:43]+

From John Carlyle, 17 June 1754 [Colonial Series 1:144]

To Robert Dinwiddie, August 1754 [Colonial Series 1:199]+

III., 1754 [Colonial Series 1:231]

From Adam Stephen, January–February 1755 [Colonial Series 1:236]+

To William Fairfax, 5 May 1755 [Colonial Series 1:263]

From William Fairfax, 20 October 1755 [Colonial Series 2:133]+

To Robert Stewart, 4 May 1756 [Colonial Series 3:94]+

From George William Fairfax, 9 May 1756 [Colonial Series 3:109]+

From William Fairfax, 10 July 1756 [Colonial Series 3:250]+

From William Fairfax, 22 January 1757 [Colonial Series 4:100]

From William Fairfax, 22 January 1757 [Colonial Series 4:101]

From Adam Stephen, April 1757 [Colonial Series 4:152]+

From John Carlyle, 8 August 1758 [Colonial Series 5:380]+

Cash Accounts, May 1759 [Colonial Series 6:314]

From Robert Stewart, 18 August 1765 [Colonial Series 7:391]

To William Crawford, 17 September 1767 [Colonial Series 8:30]

From John Armstrong, 3 November–20 December 1767 [Colonial Series 8:58]

Cash Accounts, January 1768 [Colonial Series 8:67]+

To Charles West, 6 June 1769 [Colonial Series 8:210]

From George William Fairfax, 12 March 1770 [Colonial Series 8:316]

From Bernard Moore, 11 May 1772 [Colonial Series 9:45]+

To Lord Dunmore, 30 July 1772 [Colonial Series 9:75]+

From Margaret Savage, 19 August 1772 [Colonial Series 9:84]+

From Francis Willis, 7 February 1774 [Colonial Series 9:468]+

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

From Samuel Athawes, 15 July 1774 [Colonial Series 10:114]+

From Gilbert Simpson, 20 August 1774 [Colonial Series 10:154]+

From Gilbert Simpson, 18 December 1774 [Colonial Series 10:208]+

From Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., 11 August 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:295]+

To William Ramsay, 10–16 November 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:345]

To Colonel Alexander McDougall, 4 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:488]+

From Lund Washington, 17 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:570]

From Lund Washington, 17 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:572]+

To Lund Washington, 19 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:84]

To James Mercer, 21 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:396]

To Captain Thomas Nelson, Jr., 18 August 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:659]+

From Bryan Fairfax, 1 October 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 11:358]+

To Chastellux, 20 August 1784 [Confederation Series 2:45]+

To Robert Anderson, 3 November 1784 [Confederation Series 2:114]+

To George William Fairfax, 30 June 1786 [Confederation Series 4:141]+

From Arthur Young, 1 February 1787 [Confederation Series 5:6]+

From Battaile Muse, 6 November 1788 [Presidential Series 1:98]

From Battaile Muse, 19 December 1788 [Presidential Series 1:193]

From Henry Lee, 17 January 1789 [Presidential Series 1:249]+

To Battaile Muse, 19 February 1789 [Presidential Series 1:328]+

From Battaile Muse, 17 March 1789 [Presidential Series 1:404]+

To Bryan Fairfax, 6 April 1789 [Presidential Series 2:28]

From Ferdinando Fairfax, 6 April 1790 [Presidential Series 5:317]+

To the Earl of Buchan, 22 April 1793 [Presidential Series 12:471]

From David Longworth, 21 August 1797 [Retirement Series 1:314]+

Subentries

– id. [9 references]

– letters from [10 subentries]

– letters to [6 subentries]

– accounts with [27 references]

– account with Lord Fairfax [2 references]

– acquires part of Chapel land [2 references]

– agent for Lord Fairfax [1 reference]

– agriculture [8 references]

– and a gardener for Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– and Battaile Muse [10 references]

– and Belvoir [6 references]

– and Belvoir furniture [1 reference]

– and bills of exchange [4 references]

– and bounty lands for John Carlyle [1 reference]

– and Bryan Fairfax [1 reference]

– and building of new church [1 reference]

– and business affairs in Virginia [1 reference]

– and Clifton suit [2 references]

– and construction at Mount Vernon [3 references]

– and Delaware Lottery [1 reference]

– and dispute over quitrents [1 reference]

– and Edmund Rack [1 reference]

– and engineer for Potomac River Company [1 reference]

– and English deer [1 reference]

– and Fairfax County elections [1 reference]

– and Francis Willis, Jr. [1 reference]

– and funds for rangers [3 references]

– and furnishings from Belvoir [2 references]

– and George Chapman [1 reference]

– and George Mercer's affairs [1 reference]

– and goods for GW [1 reference]

– and GW's election [4 references]

– and GW's order [2 references]

– and GW surveys [1 reference]

– and Hannah Fairfax Washington [2 references]

– and his crops [1 reference]

– and his life in England [1 reference]

– and Hite-Fairfax suit [1 reference]

– and horses [7 references]

– and House of Burgesses [5 references]

– and House of Burgesses election [1 reference]

– and interception of letters [2 references]

– and ironworks [2 references]

– and James Bloxham [4 references]

– and John Anstey [1 reference]

– and John Syme [1 reference]

– and Joseph Davenport [2 references]

– and key to Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– and Lady Huntingdon [2 references]

– and letters for GW [3 references]

– and map of Ohio [1 reference]

– and Maurice Pound [1 reference]

– and Mississippi Company [2 references]

– and money for rangers [1 reference]

– and Mr. Alexander's deed [1 reference]

– and Ohio Company [1 reference]

– and placement of forts [2 references]

– and Pohick Church [1 reference]

– and price of tobacco [2 references]

– and rental of Belvoir [3 references]

– and Richard Brooke [1 reference]

– and Robert Edge Pine [3 references]

– and Robert Morris [1 reference]

– and sale of Belvoir land [1 reference]

– and Savage estate [1 reference]

– and the bloomery [6 references]

– and the Corbin brothers [1 reference]

– and the races [2 references]

– and the Savage affair [4 references]

– and Thomas and Richard Corbin [1 reference]

– and Thomas Corbin [3 references]

– and Thomas Dent [3 references]

– and Thomas Ruston [1 reference]

– and trip to England [3 references]

– and Truro Parish [9 references]

– and Truro Parish rector [1 reference]

– and Truro Parish vestry [1 reference]

– and views of Revolutionary War [2 references]

– and wartime correspondence with GW [3 references]

– and William Peacey [1 reference]

– as agent for Lord Fairfax [4 references]

– at Mount Vernon [48 references]

– at Warm Springs [5 references]

– Berkeley County land of [3 references]

– bill of exchange [4 references]

– blank bonds and bills for [2 references]

– butter for [1 reference]

– cargo lost to French [1 reference]

– carries funds [5 references]

– carries letters [3 references]

– Clifton affair [3 references]

– collector of customs [1 reference]

– collects quitrents [1 reference]

– correspondence with GW [7 references]

– death of [3 references]

– decides to rent Belvoir and sell land [1 reference]

– desires Lord Fairfax to reside at Belvoir [1 reference]

– disinherits Bryan Fairfax [1 reference]

– dispute over Belvoir land [1 reference]

– elected to Truro vestry [2 references]

– estate in Virginia [2 references]

– estate of [5 references]

– family [8 references]

– fees of office to be sent to [1 reference]

– forwards letters to GW [1 reference]

– fox hunting [12 references]

– friendship with GW [5 references]

– gets discharge of quitrents from Lord Fairfax [1 reference]

– goes to England [16 references]

– gold leaf for [1 reference]

– goods for [3 references]

– GW acts for [1 reference]

– GW agrees to oversee his affairs [1 reference]

– GW divides Warm Springs expenses with [1 reference]

– GW fishes off his shores [1 reference]

– GW oversees his affairs [4 references]

– GW's account with [1 reference]

– GW's correspondence with [4 references]

– GW's debt to [1 reference]

– GW's handling of affairs of [1 reference]

– GW's indebtedness to [1 reference]

– GW's payment to [1 reference]

– GW visits [10 references]

– has key to Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– his agents [4 references]

– his attorney [1 reference]

– his chancery suit in England [2 references]

– his crops [1 reference]

– his executor [1 reference]

– his gardener [3 references]

– his groom [1 reference]

– his land agent [2 references]

– his lands [7 references]

– his lands in Frederick County [1 reference]

– his ledger [1 reference]

– his letters intercepted [1 reference]

– his mare dies [1 reference]

– his power of attorney to Craven Peyton [1 reference]

– his rents [1 reference]

– his return to Virginia [2 references]

– his servants [9 references]

– his ship attacked [1 reference]

– his steward [1 reference]

– his tenants [2 references]

– his tobacco [5 references]

– his wife [1 reference]

– illness of [3 references]

– in England [1 reference]

– in New York [2 references]

– instructions for selling furniture [1 reference]

– introduction from [1 reference]

– inventory of furniture [2 references]

– invited to Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– in Warm Springs [4 references]

– in Williamsburg [1 reference]

– ironworks [1 reference]

– land transactions with GW [2 references]

– leaves for England [1 reference]

– letters [3 references]

– list of bonds due to [1 reference]

– lives in York [1 reference]

– management of his affairs [1 reference]

– marriage [1 reference]

– militia colonel [1 reference]

– money for [1 reference]

– moves to England [1 reference]

– Mrs. Posey takes refuge with [1 reference]

– never returns to Virginia [2 references]

– no letters from [1 reference]

– offers to serve as officer under GW [1 reference]

– offers to serve under GW [1 reference]

– offices held [4 references]

– packages sent to [1 reference]

– papers [5 references]

– power of attorney [2 references]

– prints from [3 references]

– provides GW with stone from his quarries [2 references]

– quality of his tobacco [1 reference]

– quitrents paid to [2 references]

– recommends Bloxham [1 reference]

– recommends Robert Edge Pine to GW [1 reference]

– renovation of his house [1 reference]

– returns to England to live [1 reference]

– sale and inventory of furnishings [4 references]

– sale of Virginia property [1 reference]

– seeks customs post [1 reference]

– sponsor for Indian [1 reference]

– supervises work on Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– survey for [3 references]

– surveying [7 references]

– tea for [1 reference]

– tobacco inspection [1 reference]

– to buy mourning trinkets [1 reference]

– to buy mourning trinkets for GW [1 reference]

– travels [3 references]

– travels to Fort Cumberland [1 reference]

– trustee for Margaret Savage [1 reference]

– Va. land of [1 reference]

– visits England [2 references]

– visits Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– voter [3 references]

– will of [6 references]

– witness [1 reference]

– work done on his house [1 reference]