Cambridge, January the 8th 1776
Mrs. Washington presents her respectfull compliments to Mrs Warren, 1 and thanks her most cordially for her polite enquire, and exceeding kind offer - If the Exigency of affairs in this camp should make it necessary for her to remove, she cannot but esteem it a happiness to have so friendly an Invitation as Mrs Warren has given. 2 In the meanwhile, Mrs Washington cannot help wishing for an oppertunity of shewing every civility in her power to Mrs Warren, at Head Quarters in Cambridge -
The General begs that his best regards may be presented to Mrs Warren, accompanied with his sincear thanks for her favourable wishes for his honour and success; and joins in wishing Mrs Warren - the speaker 3 - and thair Family, every happiness that is, or can be derived from a speedy, and honourable peace
To Mrs. Warren
Cambridge 8th Jany
ALS (3rd person) MHi.
My Dear Sister Cambridge January the 31, 1776
I have wrote to you several times in hopes that would put you in mind of me but I find it has not had its intended affect and I am really very uneasy at not hearing from you and have made all the excuses for you that I can think of but it will not doe much longer if I doe not get a