Letter, to Lund Washington, 1779 April 3
Scope and Contents
George Washington writes to Lund Washington from his headquarters in Middlebrook, NJ on 1779 April 3; makes arrangements for a shipment of fine Bordeaux claret; discusses financial matters concerning the estate of George Mercer; referenes the exchange of two slaves between Mount Vernon and his mother's home in Fredericksburg; questions Lund on the status of planting and propogating of trees, admonishing him for not answering some of his early queries and questions his management techniques; reports that things are slow on the war front and a recent storm impacted British transports.
- Creation: 1779 April 3
- Washington, George, 1732-1799 (Author, Person)
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From the Collection: approx. 25 Linear Feet
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