George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Benjamin Lincoln, 15 May 1782

War. Office May 15. 1782

Dear General,

The delegates from south Carolina not having heard from Your Excellency on the subject of the enclosed resolve are inclined to suppose you have not been informed of it--Lest a former copy should have miscarried, I beg leave to send you a duplicate.

I have the honor to transmit you a Resolve of yesterday--and the proceedings of a Court of Enquiry on the conduct of Mr Hubbart. I am, with the most perfect respect and esteem My dear General, Your most obedient Servant

B. Lincoln

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