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To George Washington from William Grayson, 8 February 1775

From William Grayson

Dumfries Feby 8th 1775.

Dr Sir.

I have reciev’d your favor, and shall punctually attend to the contents;1 I have givn the Gentlemen notice to pay in their subscriptions to Mr Carr, which I am confident will be done in a few days; and of which I will further inform you at Fairfax Court.

The colours drums &c. have come safe to hand by Capt. Coburn; I shall be oblig’d to you to send the bill of costs, that Mr Carr who has made a present of them to the company may have an oppertunity of paying for them. We have seen the gun sent from Philada, about which there are different opinions; it is however altogether submitted to you, to have the others made in whatever manner you judge most suitable.2 I am with great respect yr Most Obedt Servt

Willm Grayson


1Letter not found.

2For equipment ordered for the Prince William Independent Company, see William Grayson to GW, 27 Dec. 1774, and William Milnor to GW, 3 Jan. 1775. “Mr Carr” is probably William Carr of Dumfries.

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