George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Royal Flint, 26 March 1780

26th March 1780.

Dr Sir

I am much obliged to you for the interest which you still take in our supplies, as expressed in your favor of the 10th instant; and for your intentions to forward this business by a personal representation on the subject to the Governor & Council.

I cannot doubt but that, whether a private citizen, or one acting in a public capacity, the good of your country will always be your principal object. With much regard I am Dr Sir Your very hble Sevt.

G: Washington.

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