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To George Washington from Sarah Cary Fairfax, Ann Spearing, and Elizabeth Dent, 26 July 1755

From Sarah Cary Fairfax, Ann Spearing, and Elizabeth Dent

[Belvoir, 26 July 1755]

Dear Sir

After thanking Heaven for your safe return I must accuse you of great unkindness in refusing us the pleasure of seeing you this night I do assure you nothing but our being satisfied that our company would be dissagreable should prevent us from trying if our Legs would not carry us to Mount Virnon this Night, but if you will not come to us to morrow Morning very early we shall be at Mont Virnon.

S. Fairfax

Ann Spearing

Elizth Dent

ALS, DLC:GW. The letter is in Sarah Fairfax’s hand and was enclosed in William Fairfax’s letter to GW of this date.

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