Rocky Hill 28th Octr 1783
I heard to day, with great pleasure, that Mrs Morris & you intended to Princeton; and would be here at the time of the Public Audience which is to be given to the Dutch Minister.
I pray you to be assured, that you could make no Family more happy, than you would do mine, by lodging under their roof—and that nothing in my power shall be wanting, to make Mrs Morris’s time pass as agreeably as possible, in a Batchelors Hall.
I should do injustice to my sensibility, were I not to express my thanks to Mrs Morris and you, for your polite attention & civilities to Mrs Washington while she was in Philadelphia—and to assure you that with every sentiment of esteem & regard I am—Dear Sir Yr most Affecte & Obt Ser[vt]
DLC: Papers of George Washington.