From Robert Morris
Copy: Library of Congress
Office of Finance 24. April 1783
I beg Leave to trouble your Excellency with the Delivery of the enclosed Letter which is left open for your Perusal that in Case the Baron should trouble you farther on the Subject you may be fully possessed of my Sentiments to him.5
I am respectfully, your Excellency’s most obedient and humble Servant
His Excelly. Benjm. Franklin
5. He enclosed a letter of the same day to Baron d’Arendt (Morris Papers, VII, 750) denying his right to interest on a bill of exchange paid by BF (for which see XXXVIII, 213n).