George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Timothy Pickering, 7 February 1783

Newburgh Feby 7. 1783.


The conductor whom I sent to Albany with blankets for Colo. Willet’s regiment is returned. He arrived there the 4th before sunset; and has delivered the blankets to Colo. Willet, together with ten guineas which I sent to prevent any little difficulties and delays, which even so small a sum of money might obviate. He has brought no letters for your Excellency. I am, very respectfully, Sir, Your most obedt servant

Tim: Pickering Q.M.G.

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