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John Adams to Rufus King

4 Jan. 1786

Sir Grosvenor Square Jan. 4. 1786

In Consequence of a Letter from Lt. Governor Cushing I have caused the Records to be searched and have found the inclosed Copy of one of the Instruments desired. the other cannot be found as yet. The Expence is fifteen Guineas, which the Gentlemen will be so good as to pay to the Hon. Cotton Tufts, for me, whose Rect Shall be a discharge. With great Respect, I / have the Honour to be, sir your most / obedient & humble servant

John Adams

Sent a copy of this letter to Mr. Lowell Sullivan & Parsons. Ap. 12. 86.


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