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From George Washington to William Lord Stirling Alexander, 25 September 1782

Head Qrs Ver Planks Point Septr 25. 1782

My Lord

I have had the pleasure to receive your favors of the 18th & 21st Inst. with the several Enclosures—your Lordship may rest assured, I am highly satisfied with the measures which have been taken for reducing the number of Posts on the frontier, removing the superfluous public Buildings & Stores, establishing discipline, & holding the Troops in perfect readiness for marching. With sentiments of regard & esteem I am My Lord Your most obedt Servt.

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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