To the Earl of Loudoun
ALS: Huntington Library
Philada. March 3. 1757.
I thank your Lordship for the Information you have been pleas’d to favour me with, relating to the Sailing of the Pacquets.1
It was intended that I should take Passage in the first; But I shall now wait your Lordship’s Arrival here, that if in any thing I can be of Service, I may be ready to obey your Lordship’s Commands; being, with the sincerest Respect and Attachment, My Lord, Your Lordship’s most obedient and most humble Servant
Endorsed: Mr. Frankland Philadelphia March 3d 1757
Rec March 6t
1. See above, p. 133.