George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Charles Green, 13 November 1757

To Charles Green

Alexandria Novr 13th 1757

Reverend Sir

Necessity (and that I hope will apologize for the trouble I must give you—) obliges me to ask the favour of a visit—that I may have an oppertunity of consulting you on a disorder which I have lingerd under for three Months past—It is painful to me to write—Mr Carlyle will say the rest—I shall only add, that I am with very great esteem Yr most Obedt Hble Servt

Go: Washington


Charles Green (c.1710–1765), the rector of Truro Parish, also practiced medicine.

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