Letter, 1792 December 20, Philad[phi]a, [Pa.], to William Wingate.


Wingate, Paine, 1739-1838. Letter, 1792 December 20, Philad[phi]a, [Pa.], to William Wingate.

Letter, 1792 December 20, Philad[phi]a, [Pa.], to William Wingate.

Letter from Paine Wingate to his brother William. Paine asks his brother to advise various individuals about how to receive payment for services during the Revolutionary War. Includes a handwritten transcription of the inscription on the monument to the Rev. Paine Wingate (d. 1786) and his wife, Mary (d. 1787), of Amesbury, Mass.

1 ALS ; 25-29 cm.

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