George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Jalcott Camp, 1 September 1796

Market Street No. 220 Philaa 1st Septr 1796 8 OC. P.M.


Having but just ariv’d at this place. I trouble you—to inform myself. If I come too late to make proposals for. 4395 acres of Land. described in your Advertisement of the 1st of Feby as situate a little above the great bend on the River Ohio—If proposals can yet be receivd—would call on you or Mr Dandridge at any hour you will be pleased to name. for the purpose of seeing the survey. &c. Having lately visited the several tracts of Land referd to in your Advertisement. down to the big Kanaway (except. round bottom) any circumstances respecting the present situation of. the Lands, in my power. to comunicate for your information. shall be given wi[th] the greatest chearfullness by Your Excellencies most Obedt & very Hume Sert

Jalcott Camp

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