Letter from Abigail Adams to Cotton Tufts, 2 March 1788
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Abigail Adams wrote this letter on 2 March 1788 to Dr. Cotton Tufts from her home in Grosvenor Square, London. At the time Abigail wrote this letter, her husband, John Adams, was serving as the U. S. Minister to Great Britain, and Dr. Tufts was acting as their financial agent in the United States.
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