George Washington Papers

From George Washington Craik to James Montgomery, 21 February 1797

Philadelphia 21st Feby 1797


In acknowledging the receipt of Your Letter of the 17th instant, I am directed by the President of the United States to inform you that it is his intention to say nothing more respecting Your application for redress, but to let things remain as they are.

The enclosed Certificates are all the President has in his possession and as they may be of service to You they are herewith returned. I am Sir, Your Hble Servt

George W. Craik

DNA: RG 59—ML—Miscellaneous Letters.

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