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From George Washington to John Baker, 29 May 1781

New Windsor May 29th 1781

Sir,

A day or two ago I requested Colo. Harrison to apply to you for a pair of Pincers to fasten the wire of my teeth. I hope you furnished him with them—I now wish you would send me one of your scrapers, as my teeth stand in need of cleaning, and I have little prospect of being in Philadelpa Soon. It will come very safe by the Post—& in Return, the money shall be sent so soon as I know the cost of it. I am Sir Yr Very Hble Servt

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