|06 July 1775||
GW at the American headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His General Orders include court martials for four men on the basis of desertion and theft, an order for Capt. Noadiah Leonard of Col.
|15 April 1791||
In Va., GW traveled from Petersburg to Nottoway. He wrote in his diary that he engaged two new horses to draw his baggage wagon.
|07 April 1791||
GW traveled from Mount Vernon to Dumfries, Va. GW wrote in his diary that all of his horses, harnessed to his carriage, jumped overboard during the ferry ride at Colchester.
|23 March 1791||
GW travelling from Wilmington, Del., to Warwick, Md., to Chester, Md. GW, in his diary, noted that his group planned to embark by boat from Rockhall, Md. in the morning.
|28 May 1762||
GW at Mount Vernon. He reported in his diary tobacco planting and horse breeding. GW wrote Robert Cary & Co. on business matters, but primarily related to disappointing tobacco sales.
|02 April 1789||
GW at Mount Vernon. His Philadelphia business agent Clement Biddle wrote an update on his order of goods, which included a cock’d hat and buckwheat for fertilizer.