John Dickinson to Arthur Lee, July 1775

Fairhill July [? 1775]1 Dear Sir, Before this comes to Hand, You will have receiv’d, I presume, the Petition to the King. You will perhaps at first be surpriz’d, that We make no Claim, and mention no Right. But I hope [on] considering all Circumstances, You will be...

Lee Letter: n232

Lee Letter: n232 Sender: John Dickinson Recipient: Arthur Lee Philadelphia July 7th 1775Dear Sir,The enclos’d will convince You how Affairs stand in America.1I am Sir, your Affectionate friend.(John Dickinson)The Bearer Dr. Hutchinson, a worthy young Gentleman of this...

Lee Letter: n225

Lee Letter: n225 Sender: John Dickinson Recipient: Arthur Lee [Fairhill?] April 29th. 1775. “The ‘immedicabile Vulnus’ is at length struck. The Rescript to our Petition is written in Blood. The impious War of Tyranny against Innocence has commenc’d...

Lee Letter: n224

Lee Letter: n224 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: John Dickinson Chantilly in Virginia April 7th 1775Sir,Various unexpected prorogations of our Assembly having prevented this Colony from taking up the consideration of the proceedings of the Continental Congress...

Lee Letter: n218

Lee Letter: n218 Sender: John Dickinson Recipient: Arthur Lee Philadelphia October 27th 1774Dear Sir,Yesterday the Congress broke up. You will immediately know their proceedings from Publications.Colonists have now taken such Ground, that Great Britain must relax, or...