|16 July 1775||
GW at American headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He announced orders from the Continental Congress stating 20 July would be a day of fasting and prayer. Upon passing the N.H.
|11 June 1775||
GW in Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress. GW went to church in the morning.
|09 June 1775||
GW in Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress. GW dined with Mr. Samuel Pleasants, a Philadelphia Quaker, and went to hear Mr.
|15 January 1775||
GW attended Pohick Church.
|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.
|20 March 1792||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote Congress asking for a bill that authorized more than one brigadier general, since military forces had recently been increased for defending the frontier.
|09 January 1791||
GW at Philadelphia. Hyacinth de Chappedelaine, a French nobleman and military officer, wrote a letter to GW wishing to continue their good relationship.
|01 April 1797||
GW attended a dinner apparently given in his honor at the Masonic Lodge in Alexandria, Va. In his reply to a complimentary address, GW reportedly said: “If it has pleased the supreme architect of
|20 January 1790||
GW in N.Y. GW wrote to the Md. Legislature thanking them for their congratulations on his presidency.
|07 January 1790||
GW in N.Y. GW wrote in his diary that Congress was ready for him to address it. That night, he dined with a large group of politicians.