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John Adams to the Comte de Sarsfield

7 Jul. 1786

My dear Comte July 7th. 1786—

Colonel Trumbul, whom I believe you saw at Mr. Wests will have the honor to deliver you this Letter—He goes to Paris not only to improve himself in his Art, but to practice & pursue it. He is a Character that I dare recommend to your esteem—it is in your power greatly to assist him in his views, of becoming acquainted with the artists & productions of France, & therefore I beg leave to introduce him & Recommend him to your attention

J. A—

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