|07 June 1775||
GW in Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress. GW’s committee reported the estimate of the amount of money they needed to raised to the whole Congress.
|06 February 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. GW’s personal secretary Tobias Lear wrote to tailor Hercules Mulligan on GW’s behalf, seeking black mole skin, presumably for breeches.
|03 April 1797||
GW at Mount Vernon, where he wrote his step-grandson George Washington Parke Custis with an update on mansion repairs and praised him for his improved writing.
|03 February 1790||
GW in N.Y. GW wrote in his diary that he viewed the house, leased by Alexander Macomb, to which he had decided to move his presidential residence.
|01 February 1790||
GW in N.Y. GW wrote in his diary that he decided to rent the former Minister from France’s house in N.Y. as his new presidential residence.
|31 January 1790||
GW in N.Y. In the morning, GW went to church at St. Paul’s Chapel. James Wilson—an associate judge of the Supreme Court—paid his respects to GW after he returned from church.
|08 April 1797||
GW presumably at Mount Vernon.
|15 March 1789||
From Mount Vernon, GW wrote Clement Biddle, to whom he trusted his Philadelphia business interests. He lamented that Biddle did not ship the buckwheat he wanted as fertilizer.
|10 April 1789||
GW at Mount Vernon.
|08 April 1789||
GW at Mount Vernon. GW wrote a note to Daniel Hinsdale, an agent for the Hartford Woolen Manufactory, thanking him for the fine fabric sample he had sent.