|Dear Sir.||Boston June 12. 1797|
I have enclosed a few more Sraps from the Chronicle which may perhaps be scarcely worth your Attention only as it shews the current Course of Ideas of this Sort of People, and their perverseness.
After I wrote my last I perceived I had improperly touched upon the Subject and form of Negociation I hope I shall obtain your Pardon for the Indiscretion when I assure I shall in future be carefull not to repeat such an Impropriety. I am convinced that your Appointment will meet with the Approbation of the real Friends of this Country.
I believe Mr Smith will write by this
by Mr Cutts of Portsmouth Brother to Mr Cutts who maried Mrs Smith’s
Please to present our best respects to Mrs / Adams and believe me to be with great / Respect your friend and Humble. St