<br /> Lee Letter: n637

Washington and Lee University

Sender: Daniel Carroll
Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee

Dear Sir,

Your Kind concern about my health lays me under particular obligations. I
received some benefit from the short visit I made to the Country, &
as Mr Potts is come to Town,1 & most of
the grand Points are adjusted, & I hope will, I expect to confirm
my health by another Tour.

We have wrote you & the Council about
money.2 You know my Situation, & the
time I have been here. I am anxious to hear of my Daughter Sims
health.3

My Comps. to all enquiring Friends, Yrs with truth & Affection,

Danl Carroll

Present my Compts to Docr Murray. I received his letter &
nothing in my power has or will be omitted on the Subject of it.

I have wrote a few lines to Mr Carroll,4 to
which I beg to refer you on this occasion.

Notes:

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

1 That is, Maryland delegate Richard Potts, who took his seat in Congress
this day. JCC, 20:629.

2 See Maryland Delegates to Lee, May 30, 1781, note 2.

3 That is, Carroll’s daughter Mary, the wife of Lee’s cousin Col. Patrick
Sim.

4 Not found.