George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Capel & Osgood Hanbury, 28 January 1765

From Capel & Osgood Hanbury

Londo. January 28. 1765

Esteemd Friend

We have not had the pleasure of one line or any Consignments from thee for some time past which we are sorry for.1 By Capt. Esten or the Bearer if thee sends us some of thy Crops, & they turn out fine, we doubt not of sendg such sales as will be a pleasure to us to forward & satisfaction to thee to receive. We are with Esteem, Thy Assured Friends

C. & O. Hanbury

LS, ViHi: Custis Papers. The letter was addressed to GW “per the Fauquier.”

1GW consigned to the Hanburys twelve hogsheads of John Parke Custis’s tobacco in the Hanbury in April 1763.

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