Newburgh July 16th 1783.
The letters herewith enclosed will shew the Sum I am indebted to Colo. Henley, & by what means it arose. I shall thank you for discharging it.
I have repeatedly called upon Mr Smith for the Amount of my Acct; as well for these Articles which you have procured for me in New York, as per those obtained from your Store at this place—I have not yet got it; tho I wish much to discharge the whole, that I may have nothing to settle (of a private nature) when the Definitive Treaty arrives, & I am about to retire from my present Command and this part of the Country.
I congratulate you on your Recovery from the Fever with which you were siezed in New York—and am Sir Yr Most Obedt
DLC: Papers of George Washington.