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Joshua Johnson to John Quincy Adams

29 Nov. 1796

My Dear Sir. London. 29 Novemr. 1796.

I have receved the favor of your Affectionate Letter of the 9 Instant, the contents of which is two serious and Interesting to you & my Child to form a haisty opinion on, I will reflect & if possible conform to such measures as to secure both yours & hers. I am in hourly expectations of Letters from my late Partners, they will be Interesting, and as then rec[eive]d, I will come to a decided resolution will then Communicate to you my planns without guile or reserve, In the meantime I have the pleasure to inform you that we are all well except L. C. J. and that I am as always. Dear Sir / Your Affectionate Friend

Joshua Johnson

RC (MHi: Adams Papers).
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