Hammersmith, May 28th.
My dear Sir,
A thousand thanks for your being so ready to forward more letters for me to America.
Pray read them all & always, if you take any interest in so doing. I do not ask you to do so, lest I should seem to dictate to your free-will; but you are heartily welcome if inclined. I have nothing to say to Mr. Lee but what does him honour; and it pleases me to think, that you know I have no secrets unfit to be disclosed to honourable men, /and/ or unworthy of the ambassadorial medium. I have left the seal therefore to be closed by yourself.
Your obliged & faithful servant,
B. Morgan Esqre.
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