George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Colonel Thaddeus Kosciuszko, 17 January 1778

From Colonel Thaddeus Kosciuszko

albany 17 Janury 1778


I begin my Letter to beg your Protection for me and my Country man Mr Zielinski if his side is right as he informed me; But if it is not, tell him Sir that he had better return to his Country, than make confusion to me and others, I should be very sorry to see him Conduct bad in this Country.1

I beg more of your favour Sir to have me always under your Command and believe my Sincere attachement to you and that I am Sir with respect your Most Humble Serve⟨nt⟩

Thad: Kosciuszko

ALS, ViU: Gwathney Autograph Collection.

1For information on the altercation between John de Zielinski and Col. Stephen Moylan, see Casimir Pulaski to GW, 4 Dec. 1777.

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