George Washington Papers

To George Washington from John Graff, 14 November 1793

From John Graff

Germantown [Pa.] Novemr 14. 1793.


Your Excellency will have received a letter of the 22d Ulto containing two papers of the same import with those now inclosed.1

I was desirous of paying my respects to you Sir, & arrived here with that intent, but your Excellency’s being from this place has occasioned my troubling you with the present—Many Citizen of the mercantile line have not yet returned to Philada which has occasioned the inclosed not to be as full as would have been.2 With Sentiments of the greatest respect am Your Excellencies Most Obt hume Servt

John Graff.


1Graff evidently was referring to his letter to GW of 21 October.

2For discussion of the enclosures, see Graff to GW, 21 Oct., notes 1 and 2.

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