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To George Washington from August Prevost, 7 September 1783

N. York 7th Septr 1783

My Dear General

This instant the bearer Captain Swiney informs me that he is setting out for Philada. I never was so hurryd in my life as I am at this moment, I could not however let him go without these few lines of introduction—You will find him my Dear Sir a worthy good nature and pleasant Man, and well intitled to the Civilities your Citizens may confer on him, I beg your attention to him in particular—with my Sincere respects to your good and amiable Lady I am most Sincerly & faithfuly your most Affecte & Hble servt

Aug. Prevost

pray my Complts very affecte to Mr Morris—who I request will open this letter in case you are in the Country.


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