George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Unknown, 1 January 1787

To Unknown

Mount Vernon Jany 1st 1787


I have no superfine flour in my Mill, at present; nor do I believe I have any Wheat that will make such as I should incline to brand with that mark. This being the case, I have not yet attempted to make any; consequently have fixed no price. I will consult my Miller, and if he thinks the Wheat will yield better flour than I expect I will inform you of it, and the price; but request you would not, by placing the smallest dependence thereon, forbear to purchase elsewhere if it is to be had. I am Gentn Yr Obedt Hble Servt

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ALS, anonymous donor.

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