that will live this in a day or two - I shall send several articles - that could not be had when we sent the last things round - I hope the major will not hurry him self back if he finds benefit from the mountain air it is of the greatest concequince that his health should be established and I hope he will be very careful in doing as the Doctors directs him - I shall be sorry not to see dear Little Maria if the jaunt is for her good - I must be content. I am glad that Fayette is recovered and hope I shall find you and the children quite well - impress it on the gardener to have every thing in his garden that will be nessary in the House keeping way as vegetable is the best part of our living in the country - I dare say you have made the table cloths as well as they can be done - as to the window curtain and bed curtain they may as well be put up - I shall send a carpit for our parlor so that it will be ready by the time I get there if the vessel lives this on tuesday as we expect
The President has given miss Harriot a guitarr - I have inclosed the key it is sent in the vessel with several other things - I shall be glad to have the little caps made and sent before I live this as I wish to give them to the ladie as soon as done we are all well - Mr & Mrs Lear intend a trip to the eastward when we set out for the southward - the weather is extremely warm hear and has been so for some days past - all hear join me in love to you and children - and believe me my dear
Fanny your most
From Mrs. M Washington July 1st - 1792
Besides the generality of gentilmen all the Ladyes on Oland are ravished at the sight of my model that rappresent General Washington, what dignity they sais what (illegible) shows in his mind. happy must be the Lady that possesses his heart.