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Thomas Barclay to John Adams

5 Apr. 1786

Dear Sir Madrid 5 April 1786

I Beg leave to Refer you to the Copy of what I wrote M. Jefferson today, to which I have nothing to Add relative to M. Lamb or Myself. The Accession of this Court to the Treaty with France Holland and Sweden seems highly probable, if a Judgement may be made from several Circumstances taken and Compared together, and the Consequences that are Drawn Here, are, that a Counter Treaty will be Formed by England, with some of the Northern powers

I will write you before I leave Madrid, and when I get to Cadiz, In the mean time I remain, Most respectfully Dear Sir Your Most Obed serv.

Thos Barclay

RC (MHi: Adams Papers).
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