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. These letters included
, 12 April
, above, carried on Capt. Callihan's ship by Winslow Warren (see the postscript).
Warren also carried
, 25 April
, above. William Bingham, a wealthy banker and land speculator from Philadelphia,
had served as American agent in Martinique, and had corresponded with the American
commissioners in 1778. In 1784–1785, he and his wife, Ann Willing Bingham, became
well acquainted with the Adamses while traveling in Europe. See JA, Diary and Autobiography
; JA, Papers