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John Adams to Charles William Frederic Dumas

4 Jan. 1786

Dear Sir— Grosvenor Square Jany. 4th. 1786

It is with pleasure that I convey to you the enclosed letter from our secretary of State for foriegn affairs, as it contains, I presume some thing for your Benifit—If it had been more considerable It would have been more agreable to me, as it is however, I wish it may be satisfactory.

Wishing to you & your family the Compliments of the season, I have the honour to be, with great and sincere Esteem and Regard—Sir—Your most Obedt / Humble servt.

J. A—

(MHi: Adams Papers).
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