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Louisa Catherine Johnson to John Quincy Adams

15 Nov. 1796

London Novbr 15 1796

Our friend Mr Hall has just been to apprize me of an opportunity offered to the Hague but has given me such short notice that I can only repeat my constant and unremitting affection—E’er this I hope you will have recieved my last letter I need not I trust tell \you/ I am all impatience for to hear from you and am daily expecting a letter though more than a Month has elapsed since your last was written—

In your last you intimate a fear of giving me offence by offering your advice—Did you my friend but know how highly I value your admonition you would I am sure pursue more frequently the important task.—Excuse this abrupt conclusion and allow me to hope the period is near when I shall have the pleasure of testifying the unalterable affection of your

L. C. Johnson

RC (MHi: Adams Papers).
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