George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Philip John Schuyler, 8 October 1783

Rocky hill 8th Octob. 1783

Dear Sir

I take the liberty to introduce to the pleasure of your acquaintance, Count Wengiersky, a Polish Gentleman who is visiting the Continent for his amusement.

This Gentleman comes recommended to me by the Marquis de lafayette and by the Minister of France, and proposing to visit Albany in a short time, I have to solicit your attention and civilities to him whilst there.

Mr Vernon, an English Gentleman lately arrived, accompanies the Count in this tour and will I dare say share in the Civilities shewn him. With very great regard I am Dear Sir Your most Obedient Servant

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