From Robert Morris1
Phila 12 March 1796
I am concerned to perceive by your letters of the 10th & 8th Inst2 a degree of solicitude which I did not expect or intend to excite. You will recollect that it was a point conceded by you that even after the Mortgage I might sell & change the Security for one equally Satisfactory, and as I was in Treaty for a Sale, I thought a delay untill that Treaty finished one way or the other was not of Consequence Sufficient to create uneasiness. I also intended to have the Mortgages drawn & sent to you, but as you prefer having a list of the Lands & their Valuation I will send you the same by Mondays Mail & in the mean time I am as ever
LC, Robert Morris Papers, Library of Congress.
1. This letter concerns Morris’s efforts to pay a debt which he owed to John B. Church. For this debt and Morris’s attempts to pay it, see the introductory note to Morris to H, June 7, 1795. See also Morris to H, July 20, November 16, December 18, 1795; January 15, March 6, 1796.
2. Neither letter has been found.