Lee Letter: b292

Lee Letter: b292 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: Benjamin Rush New York Feby. 6. 1785Sir,I have received the letter that you did me the honor to write to me on the 16th. of last month, and I lost no time in presenting to Congress the petition of the Trustees of...

Lee Letter: n783

Lee Letter: n783 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: Benjamin Rush New York Feby. 6. 1785SirI have received the letter that you did me the honor to write to me on the 16th of last month, and I lost no time in presenting to Congress the petition of the Trustees of...

Lee Letter: n335

Lee Letter: n335 Sender: Benjamin Rush Recipient: Richard Henry Lee Bristol Decemr 25. 1776Dear Sir,My letters I fear will prove troublesome to you but I cannot help it. Your industry as well as zeal in the Service of your country encourage me to convey every hint...

Lee Letter: n333

Lee Letter: n333 Sender: Benjamin Rush Recipient: Richard Henry Lee Near Bristol Decemr 21 1776Dear Sir,Wherever I go I bear in my mind the small Share of the weight of our dear countrys happiness which the State of Pensylvania hath committed to my care. I wish...

Lee Letter: n332

Lee Letter: n332 Sender: Benjamin Rush Recipient: Richard Henry Lee Philada Decemr. 20. 1776My dear sir,An officer (German by birth) who has served in Russia & Hanover several campaigns called upon me a few hours ago, and after producing certificates &c that...

Lee Letter: n338

Lee Letter: n338 Sender: Benjamin Rush Recipient: Richard Henry Lee Crossicks1 Decem. 30. 1776My dear sir,There is no Soil so dear to a Soldier as that which is marked with the footsteps of a flying enemy. Every thing looks well. Our army increases daily, and our...