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To George Washington from Henry Knox, 11 March 1783

West point 11 March 1783

my dear General

I should have been at Head quarters this morning agreably to Your Excellencys request by Major Shaw, but there is so much ice in the river as to prevent all passing by water. If the State of the river will admit tomorrow I shall wait on your Excellcy I beleive no person, will go from West point in [consequence] of the extraordinary notification and address forwarded [by] Colonl Crane. I am my dear Sir with the highest degree of respect and attachment Your Excellnys Most obdent sert

H. Knox

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