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

George Wythe Esquire.
                                  Philadelphia Augt. 28. 1793.
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