George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Timothy Pickering, 30 October 1797

From Timothy Pickering

Trenton [N.J.] Oct. 30 1797


The inclosed pamphlet on Orcharding, addressed to you by the author, I received this evening under cover from Mr King.

Another copy is also addressed to you, & has the following addition on the cover—“for the philosophical society of Philadelphia, with the author’s compts.” If you think proper to introduce it to the Society, & favour me with your letter for the purpose, I will put that under cover with the pamphlet, and send them to the Society: Otherwise I will hand it to the President or one of the Secretaries of the Society—of which I am a member. In the mean time I may find an opportunity of reading it.1 I am with great respect, sir your most obt servt

Timothy Pickering

ALS, DLC:GW; retained copy, MHi: Pickering Papers.

1For the title of Thomas Bucknall’s pamphlet, see GW to Pickering, 6 Nov., n.3.

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