<br /> Lee Letter: n622

Washington and Lee University

Sender: Daniel Carroll
Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee

Dear Sr.

I receivd yours of the 6th with the money enclosd – & Shall loose no time
in forwarding the wine. Col. Harrison has been in Town some days past
sick – & proposes sending a light waggon down with his Baggage, if
there is some I shall send a quarter cask of wine by that opportunity.
What you mention of Capt Murray Shall be attended to. Nothing more of
the embarkation at New York officially since the letters the President
sent you.1 The reinforcement arrived in
Chessapeake were in 18 Transports, supposed to be under the Command of
Genl. Philips.

I am Dear Sr. with great regard & esteem, Yr hu Obt Sert,

Danl Carroll

Please to let Mr. Richard Lloyd & Mr. Carroll have the perusal
of the New York papers I send – they are for Parson Gates from Mr Meade.

I sent to Mr Carroll by the Express a paper contg Genl Greens last Letter
& cannot [find] one to send you by this opportunity.


Receiver’s copy, Lee, Horsey, and Carroll Papers deposit (1985), Maryland
Historical Society.

1 See Samuel Huntington to Washington, et al., April 7, and to Certain States
April 9, 1781.