George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Alexander Hamilton, 2 May 1783

Newburgh 2d May 1783.


A necessary absence from Camp and several unavoidable interruptions have been the occasion of, and must be my apology for with holding the inclosed thoughts on a peace establishment so long.

If they will afford any assistance, or contain anything satisfactory, I shall think my time and labour well spent. I have the honour to be Sir Your Most Obt servt

G. Washington

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