Lee Letter: n760

Lee Letter: n760 Sender: Arthur Lee Recipient: Theodorick Bland Annapolis April 7th. 1784Dear Bland,How comes it that I have not receivd one line from you, tho’ I have written so often. Has the uncommon rigor of the winter froze up all the genial currents of...

Lee Letter: n755

Lee Letter: n755 Sender: Arthur Lee Recipient: Theodorick Bland Annapolis Feby. 24th. 1784Dear Bland,Are you & our dear Mrs. Bland frozen, torpid, or thaw’d during this unaccountably rigorous season. We have been blocked up here for near three months, with...

Lee Letter: n752

Lee Letter: n752 Sender: Arthur Lee Recipient: Theodorick Bland Annapolis Decr 29. 1783Dear BlandI write to you more to let you know I am alive and remember you than for any thing I have to communicate. Hitherto we have been just able to make up seven states. Nothing...

Lee Letter: n612

Lee Letter: n612 Sender: Theodorick Bland Recipient: Richard Henry Lee Philadelphia March 5th 1781Dr. Sr.We have been for some days past in the most impatient expectation of hearing that the Virtue and ardor of our Countrymen had put a stop to the Progress of...

Lee Letter: n604

Lee Letter: n604 Sender: Theodorick Bland Recipient: Richard Henry Lee Philadelphia Feby. 6th 1780 [1781]My dear Sr.Yours of the 26th I received last night with a Postscript informing me of Arnolds having bent his force towards your River.1 If his intentions are...