George Washington to Robert Cary & Company, 20 Sept. 1765

Washington complains of the lowered value of tobacco and other impositions of purchasing goods that he has encountered in result of the Stamp Act.   This letter is part of a series; more information can be found on the “The Road to Revolution” page. Please also see related documents below.

Original manuscript images of Washington’s letter at the Library of Congress: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 | Page 5 | Invoice, Page 1 | Invoice, Page 2 | Invoice, Page 3 | Invoice, Page 4

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