From Daniel Carroll
George Town [D.C.] feby 19th 1795
In consequence of the great attention requird, by the Trust reposd in me, & my precarious State of health, I mentiond some months past, to a few friends, my intention of requesting you to appoint some person, to take my place as a Commissioner—I must now request you to consider of a person for that purpose, as soon as circumstances will admit, after your return to Mount-Vernon.
permit me to add, that I shall retain the same Zeal for the Interest of the City, in my private, which has ever I trust been manifested in various public characters—I have the honor to be, with the greatest respect, Sir, your Most Obt & very Hble Servt
ALS, DNA: RG 59, Miscellaneous Letters.