Wythe to Madison, 8 September 1788

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George Wythe tells James Madison that a Mr. Prince will call on him if Prince does not meet a Mr. Wickham in New York for some fruit trees Wythe had sent for.

Letter text

WILLIAMSBURGH 8th of september 1788.

I take the liberty, my dear Sir, to desire a mr Prince to call upon you; in case he do not meet with mr. Wickham in Newyork, for about three guineas, the price of some fruit trees, which he is directed to send to me, including freight, &c. I am, as much as I can be any man’s, dear sir, your well-wisher and obedient servant


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