From Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr.
Tuesday 31. March–1795
Bw. Dandridge1 presents his compliments to Mr. Madison, & by direction of The President, asks the pleasure of Mr. & Mrs. Madisons company to dine in a family way tomorrow at 3 o’Clock.
an answer if you please.
P.S. Will Mr. Madison be good enough to give the enclosed letter a conveyance to G S Washington?
RC (MdAN). Addressed by Dandridge.
1. Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr. (d. 1802), a nephew of Martha Washington, had succeeded Tobias Lear as the president’s private secretary in 1793 (Jackson and Twohig, Diaries of George Washington, 6:93, 179).