TRANSCRIPT GLC 652
George Washington. Autograph letter signed: Newburgh, to George
A. Washington, 1783 July 10. 3 p.
Newburgh July 10th 1783
The letter you wrote me from New York came safe so
did that from Rhode Island of the 20th ult: tho not
by Major . It gave me pain to had not at the date of the last
received any [relief] from your dis but as you are now settled
in good Quarters an agreeable part of the , I please myself
with the hope of hearing the benefits of it.
Inclosed is Doc[tor] advice respecting your Bathing and a
cordial for your spirits. Mrs. Washington has had three of
the Ague & fever & is much with it the better,
having prevented the fit yesterday by a plentiful application
of the Bark she is too indisposed to write to you by
this days Post, but desires me to inform you that the Letter
which you put under cover to her will be forwarded to messer
by the Southern Mail.
 The Pennsylvania Troops at Phil[adelphi]a, have be guilty
of such indignant con Congress conceiving that the authority
of the Sovereign power not sufficiently attended to an supported
by that State have re to Princeton in the Jerseys they are
A body have marched from this place to quell the disorderly
& mutinous conduct of the Pen[n]sylvanians who, it seems
have returned to their obedience, but examples I expect will
be made of some of them for which purpose the Detachment from
hence have continued their march & by the last Acc[oun]ts
were in the act of passing the Delaware at Trenton.
We have no Acc[oun]t yet of the Definitive Treaty & things
in New York remain in Status quo. If you should stand in need
of any thing let me know it without reserve. Your Aunt joins
me in best wishes for your health and every other temporal
blessing and I am affect[ionat]e regard.
Y[ou]r Sincere friend