Thomas Mifflin to Alexander Hamilton,
John Laurance, and Richard Varick
Annapolis December 17th: 1783
Yesterday I received the letter you did me the honor to write to me on the 10th: instant,1 and laid it before Congress; but as seven States only have met, the Subject of it cannot be taken up so soon as its Importance requires.
I will transmit to you an authenticated copy of the Ratification of the definitive Treaty the moment that Congress shall put it into my power.
I am with much Respect & Esteem Gentlemen Your obedt: & hble Servt:
LC, Papers of the Continental Congress, National Archives.
1. Although Morgan Lewis’s name appears at the end of the letter sent to Mifflin, Mifflin does not include him as an addressee.