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From George Washington to Robert Morris, 4 June 1781

New Windsor June 4th 1781

Dear Sir,

The present conveyance is sudden & unexpected. I have only time therefore to acknowledge the receipt of your favors of the 29th Ulto and to assure you, that I felt a most sensible pleasure, when I heard of your acceptance of the late appointment of Congress to regulate the Finances of this Country—My hand & heart shall be with you, and as far as my assistance will, or can go, command it. We have, I am perswaded, but one object in view—the public good—to effect which, I will aid your endeavours to the extent of my abilities, & with all the powers I am vested. I shall be happy in a meeting with you & would have wrote you more fully at this time if the bearer was not waiting I could not however refrain from embracing the fine oppertunity that offered of expressing the pleasure I felt at hearing, from yourself, that you had entered upon the duties of your office, & to assure you with how much truth & sincerety I am Dr Sir Yr Most Obedt & Aff. Servt

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