To Daniel L. Hylton
Philadelphia June 29. 1792.
Your glasses are this day sent off by the Schooner Relief Capt. Welsh bound for Richmond, in a box marked dh. They have waited because I thought they would go safer with a number of packages of my own, than if sent alone. I am impatient to learn that all papers are duly executed with respect to the Elk hill lands. I am with great esteem Dear Sir your friend & servt.
P.S. The captain delivers my things to Mr. Brown and perhaps your box also.
PrC (MHi); at foot of text: “Mr. Hylton.”