Catherine Greene to Henry Knox reporting a planned trip to Philadelphia, 5 November 1791.

Greene, Catharine Littlefield, 1755-1814 [Browse]
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Apologizes for not responding to his last two letters; she did not want to bother him by writing frequently, and was also too saddened to write when she heard of the death of Knox's son Marcus. Sends condolences. Declares her gratefulness to Knox, and wishes him good health, long life, and happiness. Writes, I purpose coming to Philadelphia As soon as Mr [Alexander] Hamilton thinks proper to report upon My affairs in congress. I have written to him to appoint as Early a day as possible - but he has not answered me - will you be so good as to write me one line to let me know if it can be brought on early as I can stay but a little while from My children who are here attending to their different Masters.
Collection: The Henry Knox Papers.
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Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
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