|29 June 1775||
GW presumably traveling to Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Del. Delegates wrote GW a letter from Philadelphia recommending John Parke for military service.
|03 January 1775||
GW spent the day at Mount Vernon.
|11 June 1754||
GW at his camp in Great Meadows, Pennsylvania. Having heard that some French soldiers were nearby, he sent Indian scouts to gather information about their whereabouts and their size.
|25 February 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon. He dined with Daniel Jenifer.
|09 February 1775||
GW spent the day at home alone, where it snowed in the afternoon. A letter from Dr. John Connolly is dated this day.
|22 April 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. He dined with twenty-two of the visiting Five Nations chiefs, their interpreter, and Rev. Samuel Kirkland.
|21 April 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. GW sent Congress the 18 April letter from the U.S. Circuit Court Judges for Pa., which ruled that the Invalid Pensions Act of 1792 was unconstitutional.
|14 April 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. William Hull wrote GW and enclosed documents concerning the demands of the Mass. Line officers for compensation for their Revolutionary War service.
|10 April 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote to Roman Catholic bishop John Carroll thanking him for his idea of giving the Indians religious instruction.
|04 April 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote asking Thomas Jefferson if Va. Congressman Alexander White thought that Daniel Morgan would accept a commission in fighting hostile Indians.