Henry Knox to Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr.
War department January 29. 1794
Please to submit the papers herein enclosed to the President of the United States—Those marked with red Ink have been copied to be presented to Congress with the message to morrow1—The letter to General Pickens being a private letter seems upon further consideration not proper to be submitted2—Governor Blounts letter of the 27. December and the enclosures have not been copied they being considered as irrelative to the subject of the recent offences of our own people.3 I am Dear Sir Your obedient Servant
LS, DLC:GW; LB, DLC:GW.
1. For the documents submitted to Congress, see n.2 of GW to U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, 30 January.
2. The letter to Andrew Pickens has not been identified.
3. William Blount’s letter to Knox of 27 Dec. and its enclosures have not been identified.