George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Catharine Littlefield Greene Miller, 15 December 1780

New Windsor 15th Decr 80

Dr Madam

I have the pleasure to inclose you a letter from Genl Greene which came under cover to me. I fear you will find it of old date, as the one accompanying it was of Novr the 19th—since which I have not heard from him.

If you will entrust your letters to my care, they shall have the same attention paid to them as my own, & forwarded with equal dispatch to the Genl.

Mrs Washington who is just arrived at these my Qrs joins me in most cordial wishes for your every felicity; & regrets the want of your Company—remember us to my namesake—Nat—I suppose can handle a Musket. With every sentimt of esteem & regd I am Dr Madm Yr Most Obedt Ser.

Go: W——n.

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