From St. John de Crèvecoeur
New York 21st March 1785
I have duely Received Your Excellency’s Letters for France, & have put them in the Mail which is To Sail on Wednesday 1—I beg that whenever Your Excellency may have any Letters or Papers to be Sent to Europe—that they may be addressed To me who will with Great Pleasure & Punctuality Forward Them To their destinaton. I have the Honor To be with the Most Sincere Respect Your Excellency’s Most obedient & Very Humble Servt
ALS, PHi: Gratz Collection; Sprague transcript, DLC:GW.
1. No letters to persons in France written by GW in March 1785 have been found.