George Washington Papers

To George Washington from John Pierce, 12 March 1783

Philadelphia c.12 March 1783


On the 3d Instant I did myself the [   ] your Excellency that a charge of [   ] made by Colo. Palfrey on the 11th of April 1777 to [   ] Gibbs of an Independent Company as an [   ] account, I was inclined to believe ought to [   ] entered to your account, and possibly is the one which is wanting between Feby & May 1777, since which I have received your Letter of the 5th in consequence of which I have been at all the Offices in this City where it was possible monies might have been charged to you, & obtained the enclosed accounts, which may perhaps answer your purposes. General McDougall is not charged in any of the Offices in this City with the sum in Specie you requested to be informed of. I am with great respect Your Excellys most Obedt Servt

Jno. Pierce

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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