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To George Washington from John Vaughan, 4 May 1793

From John Vaughan

[Philadelphia] Saturday 4th May [1793]

Dear sir

I take the liberty of enclosing a letter I have just recieved from Carolina—from a house of Character there, the perusal of which may not be improper at the present moment; I would not even wait to make the extract, which if your Excellency should wish can be done at any moment.1 I remain with the greatest respect—Your obt Servt

Jn Vaughan

A Vessel goes to Charleston on Tueday next.

ALS, DNA: RG 59, Miscellaneous Letters. The docket indicates that this letter was written on 4 May 1793.

1The enclosed letter may have been the original of the extract of 14 May from Vaughan that GW had Tobias Lear send to Thomas Jefferson that same date.

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