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To George Washington from James Duane, 22 September 1783

Princeton 22d Septemr 1783.

Dear Sir

A Resolution which lately passed—and which I have long had at Heart—makes it necessary that I should inform your Excellency that the foreign dispatches last received, and which were referred to a Committee of which I was Chairman, are returned into the Secretary’s Office, and ready for your Excellency’s perusal whenever it suites Your Convenience. With the most perfect Esteem and Respect, I have the Honour to be Dear Sir Your Excellency’s most obedient & very humble Servant

Jae. Duane

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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