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To George Washington from Thomas Law, 24 April 1796

Dear Sir. Baltimore 24 April 1796

I took the liberty of introducing Mr Barry at Mount Vernon, he now waits upon you to inform you of Eliza’s health, & of our mutual happiness.

We regret very much that the business of Congress has caused so long a detention of Mrs Washington & you from your retirement & comfort—& are very anxious to wellcome you home. I remain With much respect & unfeigned esteem & affection Yrs mt Sy & Obly

Thomas Law

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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