George Washington Papers

To George Washington from A.L. Dubarry, 28 July 1796

Philadelphia july the 28th 1796

Honourable President

the 13th of Last month I had the honour of writing to you. I Directed my Letter to you at Philadelphia not knowing you had Left that place and being yet without an answer I fear my Letter is Lost as Likewise the note of Mr Howell Lewis which I took the Liberty of encloseing to you. immediately upon the Receipt of the Letter you honourd me with dated the 15th of may I rote to Mr Lewis but not having Received any answer and not knowing of any oppertunity of passing his note to him except by addressing myself to you induced me again to trouble you wich Liberty I hope you will pardon if your honour will be so good as to favour me with a Line you will be pleased to Direct to No. 56 Lombart Street Phila. your Very Humble Servant

A. L. Dubarry

DNA: RG 59—ML—Miscellaneous Letters.

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