George Washington Papers

To George Washington from William Jackson, 30 October 1783

Prince Town October 30th 1783

Dear General,

I beg leave to inform your Excellency that I purpose embarking for Europe on board the Packet, which will sail in the beginning of next week. Should my presence in France or England capacitate a service for your Excellency, I shall hope the honor of being charged with your commands.

My best attention to whatever you may be pleased to request will mark, I hope, in some degree, the warm attachment and profound respect with which I am, Dear General, Your Affectionate and devoted Servant

W. Jackson

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