The Resource 1777-1783
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- This accession consists of six letters, dated 1777-1783, of George Washington's. Includes four letters, 1777-1778, from George Washington to George Baylor, Fredericksburg, Virginia, regarding appointments for members of Washington's family, housing for Baylor, procurement of horses and saddles for Baylor, and military aspects. Also includes a letter from Baylor to Washington regarding his difficulty in obtaining horses and arms, dated 11 July 1778, and a letter of introduction for George Baylor from Daniel Clark, Richmond, Virginia, to Don Martin Navarro, Intendant General of the Province of Louisiana, dated 4 December 1783
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- Items a-d are available in John C. Fitzpatrick's book, Writings of Washington. Items a and b are included in Virginia Historical Register, Volume 2.
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