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John Jay to John Adams

1 Nov. 1785

Dr: Sir New York 1st: November 1785

It will I am persuaded give you Pleasure to receive the Enclosed Act of Congress of the 14th: Ult: for compensating the Services of our friend Dumas, and alleviating the Uneasiness and Anxiety which seems for some Years past to have oppressed him on that Account.—

I have already sent him a Copy of it but lest that may miscarry, and that you also may be informed of it, I enclose a Duplicate Copy.—

I have the Honor to be with great and sincere Esteem and Regard / Dr: Sir / Your most obt. & very hble: Servt.

John Jay—

(MHi: Adams Papers).
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