From Robert Morris
LS: American Philosophical Society
Philada. June 22d. 1781
This Letter will I hope be in due time happily delivered to you by Mr. Geo. Harrison of this City—4 a Young Gent. of Good Family and Fortune whom I beg leave to Introduce to your Notice and Friendship— I doubt not his own Personal Merit will entitle him to these and I shall be thankfull to you for any Services it may be Convenient for you to Render him—Remaining very Respectfully Dr sir Your Obedt. hble servt.
His Excelly. Benjn. Franklin Esqr.
4. For George Harrison (1762–1845), a future business associate of Morris’, see Morris Papers, I, 168n. While in Europe he befriended John Thaxter, Jr., who on March 13, 1782, wrote him a letter of introduction to Dumas (National Archives).