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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.