Princeton 10th Oct. 1783
Your favor of the 25th Ulto came to me by thursday’s Post.
It meets my thanks, for the obliging expressions with which the information respecting the deceased Mrs Savage is conveyed.
I think you judged very properly in not sending the original Will of that Lady—whose death with the circumstances attending it, is much to be regretted—She certainly merited very different treatment from her husband—Doctr Savage.
If the Will is not lengthy, you would do me a favor by transmitting me a Copy of it—the Original you will be so good as to retain in your hands, or deliver it to Mrs Washington as she passes through Baltimore on her way to Virginia. I am Sir Yr most obt Hble Servt