In March 1791, Paris accompanied Washington on his Southern tour, but his misbehavior on the trip angered the President. As punishment, Washington left him at Mount Vernon in June 1791, and returned to Philadelphia without him.
There was a good deal of sickness at Mount Vernon in the autumn of 1794. Washington's overseer writes him of Paris's death in October of that year.
(This biographical sketch is partially based upon the unpublished work of Mary V. Thompson, Research Specialist, Mount Vernon Ladies' Association.)