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John Adams to Wilhem & Jan Willink

Nicolaas & Jacob van

Staphorst, and De la Lande & Fynje

10 Jun. 1785

Gentlemen, Bath. Hotel. Westminster. 10th. June. 1785
 

I have written to Mr. Lotter to come to England with my Effects, and I pray you to send them all by him, even to my Plate & large trunk of Papers in your possession. I have written also to Mr. Dumas desiring him not to give himself or his family any further trouble about them: it must be a fatiguing & vexatious thing to them, & without any necessity I—am extremely sorry that you have had any trouble about them. Let somebody of skill assist Lotter in packing, and send every thing by him—

In great haste, but with unabated respect & esteem, I am, Gent. Yrs. &c.  

J.A.

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