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From George Washington to Edward Carrington, 11 October 1793

To Edward Carrington

Mot Vernon 11. Octr 1793.


Accompanying this, I send a Letter by post to The Secy of State. I request the favor of you if there should be a probability of its remaining two or three days in the post office at Richmond waiting the regular post to Charlottsville, or on any other accot to have it directly conveyed to mr Jefferson by Express—in which case you will be good enough to let me Know the expense which may be incurred.1 I am &c.

G. W.

Df, DNA: RG 59, Miscellaneous Letters; LB, DLC:GW.

1Carrington sent GW’s letter of this date to Thomas Jefferson by express and submitted the expense in his letter to GW of 18 October.

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