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Robert Morris to Standish Forde, July 26, 1798 (Reed and Forde Papers, Robert Morris section, HSP)
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Robert Morris to John Nicholson, January 2, 1799 (Dreer collection, HSP)
 
Robert Morris to John Nicholson, January 2, 1799 (Dreer collection, HSP)
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"Proposals by R. Morris," Feb. 16, 1797 and contract between Robert Morris and Standish Forde, Jan. 26, 1798 (Reed and Forde Papers, HSP)
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"A Schedule of Property within the State of Pennsylvania, Conveyed by Robert Morris, to the Hon. James Biddle, Esq. and Mr. William Bell, in Trust for the Use of

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For contents and use of the house at The Hills:

Robert Morris to Standish Forde, July 26, 1798 (Reed and Forde Papers, Robert Morris section, HSP)

Robert Morris to John Nicholson, January 2, 1799 (Dreer collection, HSP)

"Proposals by R. Morris," Feb. 16, 1797 and contract between Robert Morris and Standish Forde, Jan. 26, 1798 (Reed and Forde Papers, HSP)

"A Schedule of Property within the State of Pennsylvania, Conveyed by Robert Morris, to the Hon. James Biddle, Esq. and Mr. William Bell, in Trust for the Use of

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