Boston, 27 January 1772. Printed: Letters by Washington . . . and Others ... to John Langdon, Philadelphia, 1880, p. 12.
's reply to Whipple's letter of 16 Jan. on cases involving himself and “Mr. Cutt.”
For this litigation, see JA, Legal Papers, 2:104 note.
Printed (Letters by Washington . . . and Others ... to John Langdon, Philadelphia, 1880, p. 12).
Portsmouth, 13 February 1772.
(Adams Papers); addressed: “To John Adams Esqr. at Boston favoured P Mr. Cutts”; endorsed. Whipple
gives directions for litigation in the admiralty cases involving himself and Cutt.
See entry for 27 Jan., above.
Sandwich, 4 October 1772.
(MiU-C); addressed to John Adams in Boston; endorsed. Freeman notifies Adams that he is
appealing a case to the Superior Court and urges Adams, who has been his attorney,
not to “take up against me.” Adams' one-sentence reply that he is “ready to engage
for him” is on the verso.