To George Washington February 13, 1792

To George Washington February 13, 1792

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

LONDON,

SIR:

An opportunity immediately offering, I have had a dozen copies of my new work put up for the purpose (the work being not yet published), to present to you and Mr. Jefferson. I hope the fifty copies of my former work, which were sent to Portsmouth (England), to the care of Mr. Greene, have come safe to your hands.

Wishing you every happiness, I remain, Your much obliged obedient Humble servant,

THOMAS PAINE.