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From George Washington to William Bingham, 9 June 1796

Thursday Morning 9th June 1796

The President presents his compliments to Mr Bingham. Takes the liberty of troubling him with the care of the enclosed letter to General Knox; and of wishing him, Mrs Bingham and the Party, a pleasant Journey, and Safe return.

Recollecting that Mr Bingham, some days ago, was making some enquiries on the Subject of Manures, and having had several Copies of a propd Report sent to him by Sir John Sinclair, the Presidt asks Mr Bingham’s acceptance of one copy of the saide Report.

NjP: DeCoppet Collection.

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