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To George Washington from William Jackson, 22 February 1797

Sir, February 22nd 1797.

With a sense of gratitude, which words can but feebly express, I transmit to you the just account of an obligation, infinitely endeared by the manner, in which it was conferred, and the delicacy with which it has been mentioned. Rendering to you the assurance of an inviolable attachment, I am Sir, Your much obliged, faithful, and affectionate Servant

W. Jackson

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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