Letter, to Colonel Clement Biddle, July 1790

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Title

Letter, to Colonel Clement Biddle, July 1790

Description

A note regarding various comestibles.

Creator

Martha Washington

Source

Fields, Joseph E. 'Worthy Partner': The Papers of Martha Washington. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1994.

Publisher

Greenwood Press

Date

07/1790

Contributor

Joseph E. Fields, editor

Type

Published version of manuscript document

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Rights Holder

Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Citation

Fields, Joseph E. 'Worthy Partner': The Papers of Martha Washington. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1994.

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Text

Mrs. Washingtons compliments to Colo Biddle - willbe glad to know, if he had got the knives and fork, - and wine, if it is very good and what quantity she will be very glad to see the list of the things when he has collected them altogether she beggs to know if he has remembered the ginn and liquers the General desires to have them sent and that they may be of the best kind - MW begs he will let Mr Powel know when the vessel goes that the Chariot and coach Harness may go round with the other things they will be packed up ready for to be put on board-

Sunday one oclock

(Address)
Colo Biddle

Original Format

Autograph Letter Signed

Collection

How to Cite this Item

Martha Washington, "Letter, to Colonel Clement Biddle, July 1790," in Martha Washington, Item #450, http://marthawashington.us/items/show/450 (accessed July 27, 2017).