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From George Washington to William Hunter, 24 March 1785

To William Hunter

Mount Vernon 24th March 1785.

G. Washingtons Compliments to Mr Hunter—would thank him for forwarding the enclosed letter by a good oppertunity when any such offers.1

He would thank Mr Hunter for the Currt Cash prices of good Plank in Alexandria—Inch—Inch & Quarter—and Inch and half. this by the bearer.

If there is any Vessel in the harbor with these, & do not meet a ready Sale, he would take some, if good, of each, if the Master would call in his way down.

AL, ViMtvL.

1None of the letters dated after 15 Mar. printed in this volume are likely to have been the one that GW was asking the merchant in Alexandria to forward for him.

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