<br /> Lee Letter: n683

Washington and Lee University

Sender: Daniel Carroll
Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee

Dear Sr.

Mr. Mullahan will deliver 3 prs. of Shoes for Mrs. Digges, and two pair of
Slippers for Mrs Rogers. I take the liberty of requesting your care of
them. He has given me a memorandum of some shoes for your Lady, which
shall be forwarded by the first opportunity when they are done.

I wrote to you abt 3 weeks past by Mr Richardson respecting my Situation
abt money matters.1 You will now receive a
public Letter on that Subject.2 I expect Mr
Wright here in a few days3 & wish most
earnestly to have it in my power to return to Maryland – & am
confident you will have me assisted all you can – excuse me for troubling
you on this subject. Present me to yr Lady.

Yrs. Dr. Sr., with great esteem,

Danl Carroll

Notes:

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

1 Not found.

2 Undoubtedly Robert Morris’ February 9 circular letter to the states
concerning the reestablishment of “domestic Credit,” for which see
Morris, Papers (Ferguson), 4: 191 – 96.

3 That is, Turbutt Wright, who was elected to Congress the preceding
November, but did not take his seat until April 29, 1782. JCC,
21:1152, 22:217.