<br /> Lee Letter: n695

Washington and Lee University

Sender: Maryland Delegates
Recipient: Thomas Sim Lee

Sir,

We have been honord with your Letter of the 5th
Inst.1 The Secretary at war has been Spoken
to about the arms, & cloathing since his return from Boston. We
expect you will hear from him by this Post on that subject, if not
satisfactorily, we shall be glad to receive your directions.

The Waggons are to leave Town this day with the cloathing.

The Clothier Genl informs us, that the Cloathing for the Southern army will
be forwarded immediately agreable to Genl Greens requisition.

We beg leave to refer you to the enclosed Letter from one of the Invalid
Corps.2

We have the honor to be with great esteem, your Excellys. Most Obt Serts,

John Hanson
Daniel Carroll

Notes:

Receiver’s copy, Pforzheimer Papers, Maryland Hall of Records Commission,
Annapolis. Written by Carroll and signed by Carroll and Hanson.

1 For Lee’s April 5 letter on clothing for Maryland troops, see Md. Archives,
48:122. See also Maryland Delegates to Lee, March 12, 1782, note 1.

2 Not identified.