George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Du Bois de l’ Amoligniere, 1 October 1783

Rocky hill State of New Jersey 1 Octr 1783


I have had the honor to Receive your Letter of the 27 July and the Discourse which accompanied it and I beg you Sir to accept my thanks as well for this mark of your attention as for the pleasure I have Received from the perusal of your performance.

The interest you take in the future happiness of this Republic—claims the gratitude of every American—and I am persuaded that all, to whom your discourse shall be communicated, will join me in that esteem with which I have the honor to be.

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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