George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Abel Weyman, 9 December 1782

Head Quarters 9th Decemr 1782


Your favor of the 27th of November was delivered to me on the 7th instant—The dispute between the States of Connecticut and Pennsylvania is now before Commissioners appointed to settle it, who I hope will soon come to a determination—Be their decision whatever it may, I apprehend there will be no occasion for keeping a Garrison at Wyoming afterwards—But should it be still deemed expedient by Congress to continue it, I shall relieve you and the troops under your command—You may therefore be assured of being withdrawn or relieved ’ere long.

I shall immediately write to Philada respecting the supply of the post and endeavour to have the matter put upon a regular and certain footing—I am &c.

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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