o: Washington") as Commander-in-Chief, Continental Army, to Governor [William] Livingston, (1723-1790), the text in the hand of David Cobb, Washington's aide-de-camp, Head Quarters, Newburgh [New York], 12 June 1783. 23 pp., folio (12 7/8 x 7 15/16 in.), the sheets originally sewn together, with three small binding holes in left-hand margin, minor browning at edges and folds, neat repairs or silking to short marginal tears or fraying at extreme edges, penultimate leaf with small marginal patch, last leaf reinforced along one fold and with upper right-hand corner torn away with loss of two words ("nation" and "be" in Washington's final sentence). A full transcript of the letter is available on request. " /> WASHINGTON, George. Autograph letter signed ("G<V>o: Washington") as Commander-in-Chief, Continental Army, to Governor [William] Livingston, (1723-1790), the text in the hand of David Cobb, Washington's aide-de-camp, Head Quarters, Newburgh [New York], 12 June 1783. <I>23 pp., folio (12 7/8 x 7 15/16 in.), the sheets originally sewn together, with three small binding holes in left-hand margin, minor browning at edges and folds, neat repairs or silking to short marginal tears or fraying at extreme edges, penultimate leaf with small marginal patch, last leaf reinforced along one fold and with upper right-hand corner torn away with loss of two words ("nation" and "be" in Washington's final sentence).</I> A full transcript of the letter is available on request. | Christie's