George Washington Papers

From George Washington to George Clinton, 11 July 1787

To George Clinton

Philadelpa July 11th 1787

Dear Sir,

The bearer Mr Timothy Tuttle has been with me to obtain on some terms—I did not enquire into them—part of the lands we have a joint interest in up the Mohawk River. The answer I have given him is, that whatever you shall do concerning them I will abide by.1 With great esteem & regd I am—My dear Sir—Yr most Obedt and Affecte Hble Sert

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1For the New York land held jointly by GW and Clinton, see GW to Clinton, 9 June 1787, n.1.

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