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To George Washington from Henry Knox, 14 March 1791

From Henry Knox

War department, 14th March 1791.

Sir

I have the honor to submit to your consideration such a plan of raising the levies as appears to Major General St Clair, Brigadier General Butler and myself to be proper.

And I also submit to your consideration, the draft of a letter to be written to me previously to your departure, authorizing me upon the points therein mentioned.

I shall have the honor to wait upon you, in the morning, in order to explain such points as may require it. I have the honor to be with great respect Sir Your most humble and obedient servant

H. Knox

LS, DLC:GW; LB, DLC:GW.

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