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Mason, George, Washington's neighbor and friend.

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Masonic apron presented to Washington by Madame Lafayette..

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picture of.......

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Massey, Rev. Lee, minister of Pohick Church..

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Maurepas, Count, remark of, in relation to Lafayette...

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Meade, Bishop, notice of Mason L. Weems, by......

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letter of, in relation to Washington's English coach

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Mercer, Dr. Hugh, at Mount Vernon..

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Mifflin, Governor, meets Washington on the frontiers of Pennsylvania.

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Military clothes of Washington, picture of.

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Miniature of Washington, by Mrs. Sharpless

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Miniature portrait of Mrs. Washington, painted by Robertsor ir 1792..

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Mirror of Washington still at Mount Vernon

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picture of.....

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Monuments of several meinbers of the Washington family on the east side of the tomb of
the General .....

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“Morning” and “Evening"-landscapes painted for Washington, by Winstanley, now at
Arlington House....

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Morris, George P., his ode on Washington's sword and Franklin's staff

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Morris, Gouverneur, stands to Houdon for the figure of Washington...

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sends wine-coolers to Washington..

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Morris, Mrs., accompanies Mrs. Washington to New York..

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Morris, Robert, builds a studio for Pine the portrait painter.

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house of, in Philadelphia, rented for Washington's residence...

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Morris, Roger, marries Mary Phillipse.

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picture of his residence. ...

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proscribed, as an “enemy to his country".

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Mortar, bronze, that belonged to Cimon Washington in 1664, picture of.

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Mossom, Rev. David, unites Washington and Mrs. Custis in marriage.

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Mother of Washington, visited by him for the last time......

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Motier, a family name of Lafayette, assumed by his son in 1795

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Motto of the Washington family....

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Mount Vernon, the mansion at, built by Lawrence Washington..

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style of living at, before the Revolution..

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picture of present landing at..

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changes in and around.

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little children at...

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sorrow at, in 1781..

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mansion at, and its surroundings described...

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mansion and other buildings at, found by the General much in want of repair, after
his eight years' absence...

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hospitalities at, continued after the death of the General....

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passes into the possession of Bushrod Washington, nephew of the General, on the
death of Mrs. Washington......

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becomes the property of John Augustine Washington in 1829

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Mrs. Jane Washington mistress of, in 1832...

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few articles of the personal property of Washington remaining at..

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articles that belonged to Washington, remaining at, in 1857.

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engravings that belonged to Washington still remaining at.

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successive owners of, for one hundred and sixteen years..

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inconsiderate conduct of visitors at.

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for many years falling into decay.

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proposition to make it a national possession ....

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high price offered by speculators for, rejected......

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the property of the Ladies' Mount Vernon Association..

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the work of renovation and restoration commenced at.

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moral associations connected with the name

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Moustier, Count de, French minister, at Mount Vernon....

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Mural can.'elabra, used in Washington's dining-room at Philadelphia, picture of.

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Necker, M., dismissed from his post as minister of finance, in France.

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bust of, presented to Washington.

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inscriptions on bust of, presented to Washington.

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picture of bust of Necker, presented to Washington..

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Vewport, Rhode Island, Washington makes a voyage to, for the benefit of his health.......

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North, Lord, cwotions of, on hearing of the defeat of Cornwallis...

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Oath of office administered to Washington in 1793, by Judge Cushing..

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Occoquan Falls, mills at, destroyed by Lord Dunmore.

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Ode to Washington sung at Trenton....

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Ogden, Charles S., original study of Peale's first portrait of Washington, in possession of.... 97
Olmutz, dungeon at, the prison of Lafayette for three years...

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Oration pronounced by General Henry Lee, on the occasion of the funeral of Washington.. 346
Otis, Mr., holds the Bible at Washington's inauguration....

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Packsaddle used by Washington on his expedition to the Ohio country in 1753, picture of...

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Paine, Thomas, letter of to Washington respecting the key of the Bastile...

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letter of to Washington respecting the success of" The Rights of Man,"

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Washington shamefully abused by, in a published letter.

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Patrick Henry's opinion of Washington...

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Patrick Henry, Washington heard the burning words of, in the Virginia Assembly... 111
Peace, desire for in England.....

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Washington's letter to Clinton on the subject of..

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Peale, Angelica, crowns Washington at Gray's Ferry in 1789..

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Peale, Charles Willson, beginning of artist life of..

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paints Washington at Mount Vernon in 1772.

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portrait of....

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fac-simile of his receipt for ten guineas for painting miniature of Mrs. Washington, 97
ordered by Gov. Harrison to paint a portrait of Washington to make a statue from, 175

emblematic paintings by, on the occasion of Washington's retirement from office.. 296
Peale, Rembrandt, his history of the Pitcher Portrait and the eulogy on the back of it.

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Pendleton, Edmund, at Mount Vernon on his way to the first Congress

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Peters, Judge, meets Washington on the frontiers of Pennsylvania ...

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Philadelphia the federal city for ten years.

258
Phillipse, Mary, Washington in love with

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marries Roger Morris.

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portrait of...

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Pinckney, Gov. Charles Cotesworth, receives Washington at the wharf in Charleston, in 1791, 269
reply of, to the insulting proposition of the French Directory.

321
appointed second major-general of the Provisional Army.

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Pine, Robert Edge, an English painter, at Mount Vernon..

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his portrait of Washington in Montreal....

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Pistols, Washington's, description and picture of..

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Pitcher Portrait, and eulogy of Washington on the back of it.

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Plan of the grounds at Mount Vernon.

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Plaster cast taken of tbe face of Washington..

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Plate, Washington's, picture of pieces of, at Arlington House.
Pohick Church, Washington attends..

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rebuilding of,

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Washington's drawing of.

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author's visit to.....

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picture of

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present condition of...

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picture of pulpit..

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Precedents established for the President of the United States.

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Presence of Washington, remarkable sense of awe caused by....

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Presidential mansion at Philadelphia, picture of....

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Profile portrait of Washington..,

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Profile portraft of Mrs. Washington.

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Protestant Episcopal Church, burial service of Washington according to the ritual of.
Provisional Army, Washington appointed commander-in-chief of, in view of the inpending
war with France.....

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major-generals and other officers appointed by Washington.

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Punch-bowl, tea-table, and sideboard, picture of..

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Putnam, Life of, written at Mount Vernon by Humphreys..

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Randolph, Peyton, chosen president of first Congress..

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Ranney, letter of Washington tv, in relation to bis sending flag-stones, &c., from England... 153
Rawlins, Mr., one of Washington's overseers, sent for to bleed Washington in his last illness, 332
Reading of Washington at his second inauguration.

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Receptions of Mrs. Washington ...

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Receptions of Washington at New York and at Philadelphia...

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Recollections and Private Memoirs of Washington, interesting correspondence of Wash-
ington to be found in

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Remains of Washington, account of the re-entombment of, in 1837...
Resolution, important, passed by the first Congress

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Retirement from office of Washington, extract from a newspaper of the day, describing a
public entertainment on the occasion of...

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Revolution, flames of, kindling, in 1773..

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Revolution, involuntary tribute by ladies to the memory of..

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Revolution, French, breaking out of...

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Ripon, Earl of, present owner of the English seat of the Washington family.

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Rochambeau, Count de, at Mount Vernon in 1781....

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portrait of.....

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Room in which Washington died, picture of..

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Roosevelt, Mr., funeral of the wife of

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Rush, Dr., remarks of, in relation to the seat of government ....

257
Rush, the late venerable Richard, incident related by, illustrating the feelings of Washington
toward Lafayette in misfortune.......

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Sago palm at Mount Vernon.

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St. John's Lodge, in New York, in possession of the Bible used at Washington's inanguration, 217
Sarcophagi of Washington and his wife, description of.....

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Seal, impression of Washington's, attached to a death-warrant..

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Seal, impression of Washington's last watch, picture of......

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Scal-ring, picture of Washington's

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Seals, Washington's watch, lust on Braddock's field and in Virginia, and afterward found.... 31
pictures of...

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Secretary, Washington's, willed to Dr. Craik....

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picture of....

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Sharpless, James, his profile portraits of Washington and Mrs. Washington said to be the best
likenesses extant

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Sharpless, Mrs., beautiful miniature of Washington by....

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Shield, silver, on Washington's coftin, picture of....

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Sideboard, black walnut, that belonged to Lawrence Washington, now at Arlington House. 316
Silver candlestick, Washington's, picture of.

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Silver inkstand of Washington, description of..

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Sotomayer, Duke of, a native of Philadelphia....

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Southern States, cour of Washington through, in 1791

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Spaniards, depredations of, on British commerce in the West Indies..

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Spy-glass, Washington's anecdote in connection with...

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picture of.

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Statuary, orders of Washington for, from London...

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Statue, bronze, of Washington, ordered by Congress.

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to be made by the best sculptor in Europe.

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Statue of Washington, ordered by the legislature of Virginia..
Steuben, Baron, at Washington's inauguration....

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Stockton, Annis, assistance of, in honoring Washington at Trenton...

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Stricklard, Mr., his description of the personal appearance of Major Lewis in 1837.

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Struthers, Mr. John, marble sarcophagi presented by, for the re-entombing of the remains
of Washington and his wife, in 1837...

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Stuart, David, Washington wills his telescope and shaving apparatus to.
marries the widow of John Parke Custis...

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Stuart, Gilbert, painter of Eleanor Parke Custis.

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Style, old and new, how it originated....

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Summer-house at Mount Vernoni, picture of.

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Sword and staff, Washington's and Franklin's, picture of, and ode by George P. Morris.... 135
Sword, Washington's, picture of....

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will concerning..

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Table, particular description by Rev. Ashbel Greene of Washington's habits at...

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Tea-table, Washington's, now at Arlington house, description of..

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Telescope, Washington's, in the possession of the wife of Rev. A. B. Atkinson..

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picture of....

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Telescope, Washington's pocket, presented to General Jackson..

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The Entry, a satire, published in 1789...

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Thomson, Charles, secretary of Congress, carries to Washington at Mount Vernon, a notice
of his election to the presidency.

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portrait of...

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Thornton, Dr., his plan for the capitol approved of by Washington...

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Threshiny-inachine, letter of Washington to General Henry Lee respecting one......

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Tomb of Washington broken into thirty years after his death.

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description of....
picture of....

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Travelling writing-case, Washington's, picture of...

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Tray, Washington's silver, anecdote respecting

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Trenton, triumphal arch at, in honor of Washington

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Trunk, Washington's travelling, described.

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picture of ....

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Truro Parish, Washington a vestryman of

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Van Braam, teaches Washington the art of fencing

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Vases, porcelain, that belonged to Washington, picture of

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Vaughan Samuel, presents a marble chimney-piece to Washington

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Vault, the Washington family, site of a proposed new one indicated to Major Lewis by
Washington, a few days before his death.........

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Vault, the Washington family, directions left in the General's will concerning

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Vault, old, of the Washington family, picture of ...

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Vernon, Adiniral, commander-in-chief of the English navy in the West Indies.

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portrait of .....

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medal. in commemoration of his capture of Porto Bello, preserved at Mount Vernon

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Virginia, address of legislature of, to Washington

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legislature of, vote a statue of Washington

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Von Berckel, copy of an allegorical picture painted by the wife.of.

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Vulcan, a French hound, anecdote of ..

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Walker, Colonel, aide to Baron Steuben, takes a letter to Gov. Clinton from Mount Vernon, 132
Wallace, words of, brought to meinory of the author, while occupied in sketching the death-
chamber of Washington.

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Warville, Brissot de, at Mount Vernc...

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Washington and the Fairfaxes in Virginia in political opposition.

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Washington, a page of Charles I., dies at Madrid

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Washington, Augustine, father of George, death of

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bequeaths llunting Creek'estate to Lawrence

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Washington Benevolent Society, recipient of Washington's masonic apron

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Washington, Bushroil, wills his watch to Mr. Adamis...

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receives a sword from General Washington

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becomes master of Mount Vernon on the death of Mrs. Washington

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Washington. Colonel William, hospitalities of proffered to Washington on his Southern tour, 268
Washington family emigrate to America nine years after the death of Charles I....

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Washington, George, a boy at Mount Vernon.

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about to enter the navy..

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a letter from bis uncle to his mother decides her against his going to sea

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returns to school. and loves a "lowland beauty"

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goes to live with his brother at Mount Vernon.

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the friend of George Williain Fairfax.

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admires Fairfax's wife's sister....
hunts with old Lord Fairfax........

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goes beyond the Blue Ridge as a surveyor......

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appointed public surveyor.

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record of his commission....

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commissioned adjutant of his military district.

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heir to the Mount Vernon estate...

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his property on the Rappahannock...

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sent by Dinwiddie to the Ohio..

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again in the field in 1754.

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made colonel in 1754..

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leaves the service and retires to Mount Vernon.

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his mother endeavors to dissuade him froin going tu the field again.

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enters Braddock's family...

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preserved on the field of blood

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most of the time in camp for four years afterward, except when sick...

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his journey to Boston in 1756.

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sick at Mount Vernon.

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a member of the House of Burgesses of Virginia.

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story of his love and courtship....

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takes his bride to Mount Vernon.

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personal appearance of, at the time of his marriage

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present from Frederick the Great to ....

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with his wife at the Virginia capital.

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attends the theatre at Williamsburg.

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end of his dancing days.....

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appearance of, on his farms.

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chief crops of his farms

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views calmly the approaching political storm

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activity of, in public affairs....

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a vestryman of Truro and Fairfax parishes....

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first portrait of, by Peale, at the age of forty..

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journey of, to Phila:lelphia as delocate in the first Congress..

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in conforence with Bryan Fairfax and Major Gates..

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appointed commander-in-chief of the Continental army.

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gold medal declared by Congress in his honor..

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letters of, alluding to his retirement after the war, to Knox and Lafayette... 147
Washington, George A., ill health of, in 1792........

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distress of Washington on account of the mortal sickness uf.

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Washington, George Steptoe, receives a sword from the General..

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Washington, Harriet, a resident of Mount Vernon...

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Washington, Henry, defender of the English city of Worcester against Fairfax,

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