George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Charles-Malo-François, comte de Lameth, 2 January 1782

Philada 2d January 1782


Impressed with a lively sense of your Merits and wishing to give a proof of my favorable opinion of your conduct, particularly at the Seige of York, I thought I could not take a method more acceptable, than that of communicating my sentiments to your Noble Relation the Marshal Duke de Broglis, which I have taken the liberty of doing in the inclosed.

I shall be happy in hearing that you have perfectly recovered your Health and the use of your Limbs, as I am with very sincere Esteem Sir Yr most obt and hble servt.

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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