George Washington to Wythe, 28 August 1793

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George Wythe asks George Washington to deliver the answer enclosed in the letter to the address Washington forwarded to him through Peyton Randolph and Thomas Jefferson.

"George Washington to Wythe, 28 August 1793." Image from the Library of Congress, George Washington Papers.

Letter text

Philadelphia Augt. 28. 1793.

George Wythe Esquire.

Dear Sir,

I pray you to receive and communicate the enclosed answer to the address which you were pleased to forward to me through the channel of Messrs. Randolph & Jefferson. — Suffer me at the same time, to embrace the occasion which it presents, as of assuring you of the Sincere esteem & regard, with which I have the honor to be

D. Sir,
Your mo: Obt. Servt.
Go. Washington

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