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Letter from Joseph Greenleaf, October 23, 1775

TRANSCRIPT GLC 2437.01.170
Joseph Greenleaf. Autographed letter signed: Watertown [Mass.], to George Washignton, 1775 October 23. 1 p. + addr.

Watertown Octr. 23d. 1775


The inclosed plan was presented to me by a country gentleman to make such use of as I should think best. I know no better use I can make of it than to present it to yr.excellency, being assured that if it affords any good hints they will be improved [inserted: by you] for the public good. --

I am
Sr. your huml. Servt.
Joseph Greenleaf

To –
His excellency –
Genr. Washington

Notes: Published in Twohig, Dorothy, et. al The Papers of George Washington. Revolutionary Series. v. 2: 221.