George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Antoine Félix Wuibert de Mézières, 30 July 1782

Philadelphia July 30th 1782


Your Excellency having been Kind Enough as for grant me the Leave to Come in this town, Where I am Since the 19th Instant; I Beg you Would be pleased With my most Respectfull thanks for it, and have the honour to Inform you that all my Businesses are Entirely finished.

As I am Very far from making any bad use of Your Excellency’s goodnesses, & have allways been addicted to my Duty; I Beseech you Would give me your orders for Fort Pitt Where I Intend to go again Immediately if you think it proper. I am With the Greatest Respect Sir Your Excellency’s the Most humble & Most obedient Servant

Lt Colo. Weibert

of the Contal Corps of Engineers

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