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[Letter] 1783 June 18, Newburgh [to] Lieutenant Colonel Smith. / G. Washington [George Washington].


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Newburgh 18th. June 1783

The return of Doep La Moyuer (she has been sick since he came to this place) affords me an of: fertunity of acknowledging the receipt of your several letters of the 20th and 38th of May, and of the 1st and 7th (?)- and to thank you for your attenties to the different matters I gave you the trouble of. If the books which I required in one of my former letters, and were (?) then to be had are now obtainable I should be glad to get them. - and if you could, conveniently, obtain a letter (?) of books, and their prices in some of the best shops, and send them to me Such articles of foreign and domestick news as you may receive through a good channel, and (?) worst than writting I should be glad to have forwarded to me either by Letter

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