George Washington Papers

To George Washington from John William Bronaugh, 24 October 1796

Loudoun 24th Octor 1796


I find on conversing a second time with my Father, that I have not informed you right with respect to the conveyance he made of the 2000 acres of Land on the great Kanha[wa] he has conveyed the Land to Colo. Powell instead of Mr Muse this was done by Muse’s instructions, I have enclosed you a copy of your letter to my Father in 1775. on the subject of the exchange you made with Mr Muse, and have also enclosed you a copy of the Deed from my Father to Colo. Powell with the certificate of the Clerk of the General Court of its having been recorded—I have requested Colo. Powell to inform you that the Land conveyed in the enclosed Deed is the same Land for which you have my Fathers bond for conveyance—After you satisfy yourself that the condition of my Father’s bond has been complyed with, will be greatly obliged to you to enclose the bond to me, to be lodged in the post office at Dumfries—I am Sir Yr mo. obt Servt

John W. Bronaugh

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