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Letter to Unknown Recipient, December 18, 1785

TRANSCRIPT GLC 655.01
George Washington. Autograph letter signed: Mount Vernon, to unknown recipient, 1785 Dec. 18. 1 p.
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Mount Vernon, December 18 1785.

Sir,

If no opportunity more direct & better should offer to send the Bal[an]ce which is due from you to me, I should be glad if it was paid to Doct[o]r David Stuart a Delegate in Assembly at Richmond from this County and who I am sure would readily oblige me by bringing it up. The money would come very seasonably at this time – with esteem I am – Sir

Y[ou]r most Obed[ien]t Serv[an]t
Go: Washington


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