George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Charles-François, vicomte Du Buysson des Aix, 13 October 1780

Philadelphia October 13th 1780


I receive this moment the Letter with which Your Excellency had honored me, & I have written the Enclosed which I beg you will be pleased to transmit to H.E. Sir Henry Clinton. I rather fear that as I am Absolutely unknown to that General, it will have but little Effect, & certainly not that which a few Words from Your Excellency might have produced. However, as your Excellency does not think proper to take this step, I will content my Self with waiting patiently for the Event of an application which I have too much reason to believe will prove unsuccessfull. I am with the greatest respect Sir Your Excellency’s most obedient and most humble servant

Le Chr Dubuysson

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