Accommodations Not as Desired

Sources & Images
Source Name Image(s)
CollectionHuntington Library: James McHenry Papers view image
Transcribe this Document
Document Information
Date November 15, 1796
Author Name William Vans Murray (primary)
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary He thanks McHenry for his letter, and tells him the lodgings he found for him will not do. He needs something with a little downstairs parlor and a bedroom in the neighborhood. He also thanks him for something he sent. He also mentions the election again, and closes with an aphorism about swimming.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
Document Notes Document is difficult to read.
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; William Murray; Whitely; Thomas Jefferson; John Adams; Colonel P; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Easton; lodgings; Caroline County; ;
Keywords election; accommodations; ;
Key Phrases "no man ever saved himself from swimming if instead of drowning he stopt short and trusted to the tide"
Transcription

[Note: Transcriptions are works in progress and maybe partial. Please help us correct any errors or omissions by signing up for a transcription account.]
[not available]