John Hanson to Thomas Sim Lee, 4 June 1782

Philadelphia June 4h 1782 My Dear sir I have not been honored with a line from you for a long time. Your Excellency was so Kind as to advise me to draw in red money the ballance that might be due me from the state for former Allowances in Consequence of which I...

John Hanson to Thomas Sim Lee, 5 December 1780

Phladelphia Decr 5h 1780 My Dear sir I am honored with yours of the 1st Instant by the post. We have no news here, but a late Expedition of Major Talmadge Against Fort St George on Long Island, the Success of which you have An Account of in the papers.1 I am much...

John Hanson to Thomas Sim Lee, 12 March 1782

Philadelphia March 12h 1782 My Dear sir, The post Came in late last night, and I have Scarce time to Acknowledge Your Excellencys favour of the 5th.1 If it is meant, that the Delegates in Congress are to receive the 35/ allowance in red money, it will be prudent in us...

Lee Letter: n726

Lee Letter: n726 Sender: John Hanson Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadelphia Octo 15th 1782My Dear sirNo letters from our foreign Ministers Since my last and therefore Can give you no Account of the progress of the Negociation for Peace. I fear it is going on very...

Lee Letter: n725

Lee Letter: n725 Sender: John Hanson Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadelphia October 8th 1782My Dear sir,I am honored with your Excellencys two letters of the 3d and 4th instant. It would give me pleasure at all times to be serviceable to any Gentleman honored with...

Lee Letter: n720

Lee Letter: n720 Sender: John Hanson Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philad. Octr 1st 1782My Dear SirYour Excellencys favour of the 27th ult. I received yesterday. I Sent you inclosed by the last post Herons letters and the Account of wheat received. I will give directions...