George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Robert Hoakesly, 3 March 1783

Head Quarters 3d March 1783


Your Memorial respecting the Goods taken from you at York Town, has been received some Time ago—But Majr Genl St Clair, whom you name who Presided at the Board of Officers, which decided your Case, & to whom I wish to submit the Considerations of the Matter now referred by you, having been Absent from Camp during the Winter, has prevented my giving you an earlier Answer—Genl St Clair is now daily expected to join the Army; as soon as he arrives, your papers will be committed to the Consideration of the Gentlemen who formed the other Board, & upon receiving their Opinion, you Will be informed of my further Determinations. I am &ca.

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