The President desires his love to you and children Mrs Frances Washington Eltham From Mrs. M Washington March 16th 1794
( March 17, 1794)
Mrs Washington in presenting her compliments and best wishes to Mr Ceracchi, finds herself at a loss for words to express her sensibility for the marble representation of the President which he sent her; and which she thinks, both in workmanship, and resemblance of the original, does great credit to the masterly hand from which it proceeded -
Mrs Washington will take an opportunity of conversing personally with Mr Ceracchi on the subject of his Bust and will then endeavor to impress him more fully with the sense she entertains of his goodness 1 -
Philadelphia March the 17th 1794
Philadelphia March the 23 1794
My dear Fanny
I have at last sent you the peiece of muslin I promised - I should have sent it to you sooner but I really could not find a piece that I thought fine enough (missing) since I came hear I (missing) you that we are all well (missing) roads have prevented the post coming in regularly - I hope I
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Publication information: Book title: Worthy Partner:The Papers of Martha Washington. Contributors: Joseph E. Fields - Compiler, Martha Washington - Author. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1994. Page number: 263.
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