George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Robert Morris, 24 December 1781

Monday 24th Decr 1781

Dear Sir,

Knowing full well the multiplicity & importance of yr business, it would give me more pain than pleasure if I thought your friendship, or respect for me did, in the smallest degree, interfere with it.—At all times I shall be happy to see you, but wish it to be in your moments of leizure—if any such you have.

Mrs Washington, myself and family, will have the honor of dining with you in the way proposed, to morrow—being Christmas day. I am Sincerely & Affectly Yrs

Go: Washington


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