George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Charles Crookshanks, 11 June 1783

Newburgh 11th June 1783


The Inclosed is a copy of my last—since which I have been favored with your Letter of the 18th of May from Baltimore; I have to thank you for your care of the Wine which was consigned to you by Messrs Searle & Co. of Madeira for my use. I beg leave to repeat my wish that they may be sent to my House in Virginia agreeably to the direction contained in the Inclosed.

Your offer of the freight I consider as a mark of very polite attention, but wish, Gentleman, you would not deprive yourselves of the benefit arising from your vessell—I shall pay it with great pleasure at the same time I render you many thanks for the trouble you have had in this business. I have the honr to be Yr Most Obt Servt

Go: Washington

P.S. Please to draw on Mr Lund Washington for the Duty & it will be immediately paid.

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