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. Supplied from AA, Letters, ed. CFA, 1840
, p. 343. The signature, which was probably “A. Adams,” has been neatly cut out of
resulting in the loss of five words on the reverse. In 1839, when
began gathering together his grandmother's letters for publication, Lucy Cranch,
who married John Greenleaf in 1795, let him copy
's letters to both her and her mother, Mary Cranch (CFA, Diary
, 8:278, 297).