Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr., to Childs & Swaine
Philadelphia 6 December 1793
I am directed by the President of the United States to inform you that the business to which he is necessarily obliged to attend does not permit him to read the public prints which are now brought to him. He therefore desires you will not consider him as a subscriber for the Supplement to the daily Advertiser1—& that you will discontinue to transmit it to him. I am Gentlemen your most Obt Sert
1. Francis Childs (1763–1830) and John Swaine (1762–1794) were printers of the Daily Advertiser (New York City).