The collection consists of three documents signed by Thomas Mifflin during his term as the first governor of Pennsylvania, 1790 to 1799: a letter of pardon to Thomas McGuire, convicted of larceny, 1791; a $35 receipt for the salary of Christian Febiger, Associate Judge of Lancaster County, 1793; and a blank liquor license
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Document signed. Signed by Thomas Mifflin. Order to pay Robert Ralston twenty-seven pounds five shillings for his wages as a member of the General Assembly. Rittenhouse was State Treasurer of Pennsylvania
George Washington Mount Vernon - Fred W. Smith National Library
Mifflin, an aide-de-camp to George Washington, writes: "General Washington has been dangerously ill -- His Complaint a perineumony. He is much better and said to be out of Danger -- His Situation has occasioned great anxiety in our Minds. The Consequences which would follow the Loss of so great a Man at this time cannot be calculated.".