To Robert Morris September 6, 1782

To Robert Morris September 6, 1782

BORDENTOWN,

SIR:

I am enjoying the company of my friends Col. Kirkbride and Mr. Borden of this place, where I purpose (as is my yearly custom), of spending two or three weeks, unless anything in the political world should occasion my return sooner.

As one of my principal designs in getting out my last piece was to give it the chance of an European publication, which I suppose it will obtain in France and England, I desire you to accept of 50 copies to send to any part of Europe or the West Indies.

I am Sir, Your obedient Humble Servant,

THOMAS PAINE.