George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Henry Harnage, 25 April 1780

Cambridge April 25th 1780


For a moment allow the intrusion of my most sincere, and grateful thanks, for the indulgince your Excellency has most generously granted us of a Parole to New york—We hope ever to carry with us, and retain the warmest acknowledgments and most pleasing recollection of the flattering attention you have paid to our wishes and distresses.

Capn Hawker, and Mrs Harnage, join in assurances of respect being with truth your Excellency’s much obliged and most Obedt hble Servant

Henry Harnage

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