<br /> Lee Letter: n645

Washington and Lee University

Sender: Maryland Delegates
Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee

Sir,

The Comsy. of Military Stores informs us that he forwarded for Baltimore
300 Stand of Arms several days past, & expects they have been
deliverd before this – all proper accoutrements attended the arms – he
likewise promises that 500 Stand more Shall be on their way down this
week, & the remainder in the next.

We have not receivd any money from Mr Mullahon.1
Unless we are supplied in a few days to answer the demands on us, our
situation will be extremely disagreeable. We are sorry to trouble you
so often on this Subject – and have the honor to be, Sir,

Your
Excellencys Most Obedient Servants,

Daniel of St Thos Jenifer
Danl. Carroll
R Potts

Notes:

Receiver’s copy, Maryland State Papers (Red Books), Maryland Hall of
Records Commission, Annapolis. Written by Carroll and signed by
Carroll, Jenifer, and Potts.

1 See Maryland Delegates to Lee, June 26, 1781, note 1.