Letter from John Dickinson to James Wilson

Letter from John Dickinson to James Wilson
Number of Pages: 
5
Date: 
July 26, 1776

Continental Congressman John Dickinson writes to his colleague, James Wilson, and asks him to support General Charles Lee's request for financial assistance related to " his Estate being confiscated in England." "I do most earnestly beg of You to advocate [Lee's] Cause, and to speak to as many of your Friends in Congress as you conveniently can," as Dickinson explains. Transcript included.

Time Period: 
Location: 
MC 2001.13, B1, F1
Origin: 
Gift of Boyd Lee Spahr