Arthur Lee to James Warren, August 1782

[August ? 1782]1 Dear Sir, Your favor of the 1st ult. reachd me safely. I am very much obligd to you for your attention to me both as to the Paper money & the Grant. It is not a little unfortunate that the person so fit for the business shoud have been visited...

Lee Letter: n741

Lee Letter: n741 Sender: Arthur Lee Recipient: James Warren In Congress, Princeton Augt. 13. 1783Dear Sir,I had the honor of writing to Mrs. Warren relative to Your Son’s object.1 I have now to add that it is not probable any question on the subject will come on...

Lee Letter: n731

Lee Letter: n731 Sender: Arthur Lee Recipient: James Warren In Congress Feby. 19th. 1783Dear Sir,Since I wrote to request you to send me a Certifyd Copy of the Resolve of the Assembly for granting me 6000 Acres of Land;1 Mr. Gorham tells me that it has expird, &...

Lee Letter: n744

Lee Letter: n744 Sender: Arthur Lee Recipient: James Warren Princeton Sepr. 17th. 1783. My dear Sir,Not having expected Mr. Higgenson’s going so soon, I have but a moment to write you. His conduct in Congress has been that of an able & upright friend to his...

Lee Letter: n748

Lee Letter: n748 Sender: Arthur Lee Recipient: James Warren Princeton, Ocr. 16th. 1783. Dear Sir,I receivd your favor of the 1st by last post. No day is fixd for entering upon the business of Consuls, & it seems the opinion of some that no Minister above them...

Lee Letter: n733

Lee Letter: n733 Sender: Arthur Lee Recipient: James Warren In Congress. Decr. [i.e. March] 12th. 17831Dear Sir,I enclose you three Newspapers containing the Essays of Lucius, Valerius, & Bellisarius which deserve your perusal & being reprinted in your...