<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


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.