Ann C. Morris to William B. Giles
|Dear Sir||Morrisania Feb. 7th 1815|
I wrote to Mr Eppes a few days ago requesting him to call on you and read the packet which I took the liberty of forwarding, to your care, last week. By this day’s mail I send (in three packages) a copy of my answer to Mr Randolph’s letter. I am anxious that it should be seen in Richmond with the certified copy of his.
I should indeed be a monster were it possible for me to commit any impropriety as the wife of such a Husband, the mother of such a Child as Heaven has blessed me with.
Poor Saint George has recently written me a most affectionate letter. Such only did I ever get from him.