George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Daniel Carroll, 2 May 1794

From Daniel Carroll

City of Washington May 2d 1794


Your favor of the 28th Ulto to the Commissioners, was deliverd to me.1 In consequence of what you write, I am induced to inform you, that the Commissioners adjourn’d to the 5th of next month (June)—perhaps Mr Johnson may not find it convenient to attend for a few days (2 or 3) after that time, as he did not expect to return to his family before the 1st of June, from a journey to the Westward. I have the honor to be, with sentiments of the greatest respect, Sir, your mo. obt & very Hble Servt

Danl Carroll


1Carroll evidently was referring to GW’s letter to the commissioners of the District of Columbia of 27 April, in which, among other things, he indicated a desire to know the time of the commissioners’ next meeting. No letter of 28 April to the commissioners has been found.

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