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  1. Kingdom of Great Britain United States of America. Robert Morris Jr. (January 20, 1734 – May 8, 1806) was an English-born merchant and a Founding Father of the United States. He served as a member of the Pennsylvania legislature, the Second Continental Congress, and the United States Senate, and he was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, ...

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  2. Robert Morris, Jr. fue un comerciante estadounidense, y firmante de la Declaración de Independencia de los Estados Unidos, los Artículos de la Confederación, y la Constitución de los Estados Unidos. Fue elegido miembro de la Asamblea de Pensilvania y se convirtió en el Presidente de la Pensilvania Comité de seguridad y miembro del Segundo Congreso Continental, donde se desempeñó como Presidente de la Secret Committee y como miembro del Comité de Correspondencia ...

  3. Robert Morris, (born Jan. 31, 1734, Liverpool, Merseyside, Eng.—died May 8, 1806, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.), American merchant and banker who came to be known as the financier of the American Revolution (1775–83). Morris left England to join his father in Maryland in 1747 and then entered a mercantile house in Philadelphia.

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  4. Robert Morris, Jr., né le 20 janvier 1734 à Liverpool et mort le 8 mai 1806 à Philadelphie, est un commerçant américain et l'un des signataires de la déclaration d'indépendance des États-Unis, des articles de la Confédération et de la Constitution des États-Unis.

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    • 20 janvier 1734
  5. Superintendent of Finance of the United States was the head of Department of Finance, which is an executive office during the Confederation period with power similar to a finance ministry. The only person to hold the office was Robert Morris, who served from 1781 to 1784, with the assistance of Gouverneur Morris.

  6. Morris Sr. established a successful merchant business exporting tobacco from Maryland in 1747, and soon his son joined him in the New World as his apprentice. Young Robert transferred to Philadelphia where he studied under the tutelage of Charles Greenway, a member of the Library Company of Philadelphia, founded by Benjamin Franklin.