Lee Letter: b249

Lee Letter: b249 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: Thomas McKean Chantilly November 22d. 1781Dear Sir,My eldest son will have the honor of delivering you this letter. Having business at Philadelphia I have prevailed on him to remit, if he can receive it, the money...

Lee Letter: n661

Lee Letter: n661 Sender: Thomas McKean Recipient: Arthur Lee Philadelphia. September 4th. 1781. Sir,I had the pleasure of receiving your favor of the 26th of last month yesterday, and am very sorry for the distresses of Virginia, tho’ the ardour and unanimity of the...

Lee Letter: b241

Lee Letter: b241 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: Thomas McKean Chantilly in Virginia Augt. 25. 1781My dear Sir,I am greatly obliged to you for your very friendly letter of the 13th. instant by my brother. The nature of the business that now demands your attention...

Lee Letter: n656

Lee Letter: n656 Sender: Thomas McKean Recipient: Richard Henry Lee Philadelphia. August 13th. 1781Dear Sir,My friends will, I know, excuse me from writing long letters during my present employment, but I cannot excuse myself for omitting this favorable opportunity by...

Lee Letter: n657

Lee Letter: n657 Sender: Thomas McKean Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee Philadelphia, August 15. 1781Sir,On the 6th instant in the morning I received your Excellency’s letter of the 4th, respecting the movements of Ld. Cornwallis’s Army in Virginia, and laid the same, with...

Lee Letter: n551

Lee Letter: n551 Sender: Thomas McKean Recipient: Richard Henry Lee March 25th. 1780. Dear Sir, Philadelphia,Your esteemed favor of the 15th last month, with the extracts from your much injured brother’s letter to the President of Congress, and the copy of Doctor...