From Charles Willson Peale
Augt 6 1787
Some Ladies & Gentlemen from Virginia having desired an Exhibition at ½ past 4 oclock in the afternoon of tomorrow gives me an opportunity of requesting the favour of your Company to partake of such Amusement as some of my labours may afford.1 I am with the highest respect Dr Sir your Obl[i]ged Hbe Servt
LB, PPAmP: Charles Willson Peale Papers.
1. GW does not record in his diary attending Peak’s exhibition on that day, but on 27 Sept. Peale in a letter to GW refers to GW’s having visited “my Room.”