George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Robert Morris, 3 December 1795

To Robert Morris

Phila. 3d Decr 1795

Dear Sir,

I can add nothing, in support of the extract on the other side, that was not contained in a former letter from me to you; on the same subject.1 But I would thank you for letting me know what answer I shall return to the Commissioners of the Federal city.

Their credit, I know, has been stretched to its utmost limits, in order to keep the wheels moving; even in the slow, and unprofitable manner in which they have turned. I am—Dear Sir Your obedt Servt

Go: Washington

ALS (photocopy), The Raab Collection Catalog 52 (2006); copy, in the hand of Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr., ViMtvL; LB, DLC:GW.

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