Letter, John Augustine Washington and Hannah Washington to Bushrod Washington, 1782 April 1
Scope and Contents
A.L.S. 2 pages. "... your worthy Unkles politeness and attention to your Education fills our breasts with the warmest sentiments of Gratitude, you were happy indeed to meet with him, as it has not only been the means of lessing your immediate expences to me ... but as it also produced to you the advantage of good advise from so able a Friend, and an introduction that will command you the attention of the best Company ..."--don't spend time executing commissions for Virginia friends--goes to Berkeley--send account of his expenses every 2 months. Autograph letter signed, laminated. Date on original catalog card appears as  [April 1]. Name on original manuscript appears as "John Aug. Washington". (This letter is on the same paper with letter from Hannah Bushrod Washington to Bushrod Washington, dated the same).
- 1782 April 1
- Washington, John Augustine, 1736-1787 (Person)
- Washington, Bushrod, 1762-1829 (Recipient, Person)
- Washington, Hannah Bushrod, approximately 1738-1804 (Person)
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From the Collection: approx. 60 Linear Feet
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