Lee Letter: n593

Lee Letter: n593 Sender: John Henry Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadela. Nov. 13. 1780Dear SirLast Spring Mrs. Stevinson my unfortunate Relation, made an application to the General Assembly, for permission to visit her Husband Doctor Stevinson a refugee in New-York.1...

Lee Letter: n582

Lee Letter: n582 Sender: John Henry Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadela. Octr. 9th 1780Dear SirReports prevail to Day that all Regts are embarking at New-York bound for our Bay. It is spoke of with confidence, but I still have many Doubts, and principally because we...

Lee Letter: n571

Lee Letter: n571 Sender: John Henry Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadela. Sepr. 2. 1780. Dear SirYour favour of the 26th of Aug. addressed to the Delegates I have had the Honour of receiving. On enquiry I find that the Embargo is continued to the 30th of this present...

Lee Letter: n563

Lee Letter: n563 Sender: John Henry Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadela. Aug. 1. 1780Dear SirYour two letters addressed to the Delegates were laid before Congress and that respecting the Situation of the Maryland line referred to the board of War, and the other to the...

Lee Letter: n561

Lee Letter: n561 Sender: John Henry Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadela. July 25. 1780. Dear SirI had the honour of your Excellys. favour by the last post.1 All the influence that I have shall be exerted in favour of the Gentleman recommended in your Letter, tho at...

Lee Letter: n569

Lee Letter: n569 Sender: John Henry Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadela. Aug. 15th. 1780. Dear SirA letter was yesterday received from Mr. Jay dated the 23d of May at Madrid.1 He has had several communications with the Spanish Minister, but has never been received in...