Wilmington Del. 29th March 1826.
Respected & Much Esteemed Friend
I hereby take the liberty of addressing to you a few lines, in which I hope you will find no offence, on the subject of your Lottery—making a few enquiries—
Have you as yet concluded on the mode and time of drawing, the number of Tickets and the price, the amount of highest prize &c—I wish to engage a few tickets for myself and friends also for your Revolutionary friends in this placeMajor C. P. Bennett and others—
J. J. Robinson
late of the U. S. Army