From Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr.
4. Decr 93
Bw. Dandridge has the honor to inform the Secy. of state that Congress adjourn at 1 o’Clock to day, so that no message can now go. By the President’s order B.D. also informs the Secy. that the Presidt. wishes, if practicable, a meeting may be had with the Gentlemen—in order that the papers intended to have been sent to day, may go to Congress as early tomorrow as possible.
FC (DNA: RG 59, MLR); at foot of text: “The Secy. of State”; docketed by Dandridge. FC (Lb in same, SDC).
For the papers, see note to George Washington to the Senate and the House of Representatives, [2 Dec. 1793].