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Letter not found: to Lund Washington, 11 April 1790. In a letter to GW, 28 April 1790 , Lund Washington refers to “Yours of the 11th.”
Doctr Tate being among those who had fled from the City during the raging of the Yellow fever I was unable to lay the Statement of your case before him till his return when he sent the enclosed opinion with a request that I would read, & forward it to you. As soon as I had done so, I sent Mr Dandridge to his lodgings in order to desire him to proceed immediately to Alexandria in the Stage of...
I have sent money to Mr Pearce for the purpose of discharging & taking in my Bond. On my Books, kept in my absence from Mount Vernon by my de⟨ceas⟩ed nephew Geo. A. Washington, were articles charged to you as pr the acct No. 1 enclosed amounting to £⟨18.18.8⟩—The cash payments in discharge of the Bond are cont⟨ain⟩ed ⟨in⟩ the acct marked No. 2. On the first, as it was an open acct, no interest...