George Washington Papers

From George Washington to John Tayloe, 31 March 1799

To John Tayloe

Mount Vernon Mar. 31st 1799

Dear Sir,

Your favour of the 26th from Mansfield, with its enclosure (which I return) came duly to hand.

I regret your not being able to proceed further than Mansfield, on your journey hither, and still more the cause, which, ’ere this, I hope is entirely removed.

At all times, and upon all occasions, I should be glad to see you under my Roof—and with best respects to Mrs Tayloe, in which Mrs Washington joins I remain with esteem & regard Dear Sir Your Obedt & Very Hble Servt

Go: Washington

ALS (letterpress copy), DLC:GW.

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