§ To Anthony Morris
14 April 1813, Washington. A commissary is to be appointed to Bermuda, “where prisoners of war are to be provided for and exchanged.… A cartel in which he will have a passage will be dispatched in about 10 days, and will probably proceed from the Delaware.” JM mentions that the allowance would be at least $2,000 a year and offers the position to Morris. “If the charge should coincide with your regard to health and other circumstances, it will with pleasure be committed to you.”
Printed extract (Walter R. Benjamin Autographs, Inc., The Collector, Catalog No. 828 , item G-419). 1 p.