ARCHIVE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON'S WRITINGS ON BERKELEY SPRINGS & VICINITY: 1767
expenses from trip to Warm Springs with Colonel Fairfax. PGW8:21-24
Sept. 1767 - page one (.pdf)
Sept. 1767 - page two (.pdf)
9/21/67....to Col John Armstrong from Mt. Vernon...
"Since I had the pleasure of seeing you at Warm Springs....(several paragraphs about land issues unrelated to springs, then concludes....) I heartily wish that Mrs. Armstrong and yourself may find all the good effects from the waters of the Frederick Springs that you should desire..." WGW/F 2:473
At this time, the spring were in Frederick County. Washington, as with others of the period, referred to them by both Frederick Springs and Warm Springs. They were also noted on some maps as Medicinal Springs.