To John Page
Philadelphia July 23. 1794.
Not knowing how, with certainty, to get the enclosed letter safely to its address, I have taken the liberty of putting it under cover to you, as the Gentlemen lives, I am told, in the County you do.1
I hope you have recovered your health perfectly, & that Mrs Page & your family are well.2 With very great esteem & regard I am—Dear Sir Your Obedt Hble Servt
ALS, PHi: Dreer Collection.
2. Page’s second wife, whom he married in 1790, was the poet Margaret Lowther Page (c.1760-1835), daughter of William Lowther of Scotland.