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John Adams to the Baron de Thulemeier

16 Jul. 1785

Sir Grosvenor Square Westminster July 16. 1785

I have received the Honour of your Letter, and am happy to learn that all Points are agreed between Us, and hope Soon to receive either from You, Sir, or from my Colleagues at Paris the fair Draught of the Treaty between the King of Prussia and the United States of America for Signature. I agree with Pleasure to your Proposition of making the Exchange by Mr Dumas, and presume that Dr. Franklin and Mr Jefferson will equally approve of it.

(MHi: Adams Papers).
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