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From George Washington to Nathanael Greene, 26 October 1783

26 Octr 83

dear Sir

It gives me infinite satisfaction to transmit you the inclosed Copy of a Resolve of Congress of the 18 Inst. which was put into my hands yesterday.

Perfectly coinciding with the sentiments which Congress have expressed on this occasion I shall feel the greatest pleasure in complying with their Resolve—but I must request you to inform me where the pieces of ordnance are to be found and to what place you would wish to have them sent. I am Dr Sir.

P.S. I have reced your Letter with the names of several Officers who wish to remain in Service on a Peace Establishmt. I shall take pleasure in mentioning them whenever such an Establishmt takes place at present it hangs in suspense.

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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