|04 January 1775||
Charles Lee left Mount Vernon.
|03 March 1791||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote the Senate, nominating over 50 officers to vacant military positions created by recent legislation.
|01 March 1791||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote to John Adams requesting his attendance at a Senate Convention he had called for Friday, 4 March.
|10 February 1791||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote a reply to Catherine Sawbridge Macaulay Graham, a prominent woman in British literary and philanthropic circles.
|26 March 1797||
GW at Mount Vernon where the wind blew “very fresh” though the day.
|14 March 1797||
GW at Washington, D.C., where he dined at the home of Thomas Law and presumably saw Law’s wife, Eliza, Martha Washington’s eldest granddaughter. GW lodged with Thomas Peters whose wife, Martha, wa
|31 March 1797||
GW presumably at Mount Vernon.
|07 April 1797||
GW at Mount Vernon, where he wrote James Anderson of Scotland (a renowned agriculturist, economist, and thinker) and asked him to find a Scottish gardener who would work and live at Mount Vernon.
|13 March 1789||
From Mount Vernon, GW wrote Francis Hopkinson, a judge of the Pa. admiralty court.
|09 January 1790||
GW in N.Y. GW wrote to Catharine Sawbridge Macaulay Graham, a prominent woman in British literary and philanthropic circles with whom he had begun a friendly correspondence in 1785.