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Nathaniel Barrett to John Adams

10 Dec. 1785

Sir Paris Decr 10 1785

Mr Jefferson having inform’d me that he has an Opportunity of forwarding some Letters to London to morrow, I have taken the Liberty of sending one to your Address & to ask the favour of you to send it to Mess Rogers & Bromfeild—

I am happy in acquainting you that I have before me, a prospect of effecting something which may materially promote the Trade of our Country thro’ the Exertions of the Marquis de la fayette in Conjunction with Mr Jefferson—to the kind Attention & politeness of both whom, I am under the highest Obligations—

I have the honour to be / Your Excellencys / Most obd & mo huml Servt

Nat Barrett

RC (MHi: Adams Papers).
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