To Honorable Robert Morris, Esq. March 1782

To Honorable Robert Morris, Esq. March 1782

SIR:

I shall get out a piece tomorrow on the King of England's speech, and I have sent to all the printers to secure a place in the Wednesday papers. As I have not time to enter on the whole business of Revenue in tomorrow's piece, I shall dispose of it so as to endeavor to create an animated disposition in the country-and shall follow it with another piece in the next week's papers on the subject of Revenue, of which I shall give notice. In the meantime I shall take the liberty of consulting you and Mr. G. Morris.

I am, Sir, your Obedient Humble Servant,

THOMAS PAINE.