George Washington Papers

From George Washington to William Heath, 18 May 1782

Head Quarters 18th May 1782

Dear Sir

I have received your two favrs of the 16th of this Day.

In Reply to the postscript of the first, I can only say, that the Report of the Commissioner who met at Elizabeth Town, has been sent on to Congress, with a Submission to them, how far Exchanges in future shall be practised—How ever desirable all Exchanges may be, nothing can be done untill I am furnished with the Determination of Congress to govern my future Conduct in this Matter. I am sir Your most Obet Servt

Go: Washington

P.S. Col. Swift may be absent as requested.

MHi: Heath Papers.

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