Newburgh 11th Feby 1783
Within these few days I have seen Printed Copies of—"A Remonstrance of the Council of the State of Vermont, against the Resolutions of Congress of the 5th of December"—addressed to Your Excellency; in which are several quotations from a letter of mine.
Duty as well as inclination prompts me to lay before Congress the whole of that letter; and the one to which it was an answer.
If it should be necessary, a Committee of Congress with whom I was in conference on these matters in the course of last Winter, can give such further information on this subject as I doubt not will be satisfactory. I have the honor to be &ca
DLC: Papers of George Washington.