From George Washington
Philadelphia July 11th. 1794.
I am sorry to hear that your little Son continues indisposed, and wish you to carry him into the Country for a few days, if it is conceived that exercise & change of Air will be of Service to him.1
Before you go, or as soon after as convenient, I should be glad to receive your opinion in writing, on the Kentucky & Georgia business; both of which have been communicated to you by the Secretaries of State & of War—or one of them—according to the information I have received.2
I sincerely wish that the excursion you propose may have the desired effect. I am Dr Sir
Your Affecte. Servt.
PS. Have you draughted any answer yet to the Letter of the Marquis of Lansdowne to me, introductory of the Bishop of Autun?3
ALS, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.