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Docno: ADMS-06-12-02-0244

Author: Adams, John
Recipient: Quadt Wykeradt, Comtesse de
Date: 1782-04-05

To the Comtesse de Quadt Wykeradt

[salute] Madam

I am sorry it is not in my Power to agree to your Request in your Letter of this Days Date. But it is absolutely out of my Power, as I am obliged to remove from my House at Amsterdam, on the first of May. I have the Honour to be very respectfully Madam your most obedient and humble servant
[signed] J. Adams
Dft (Adams Papers). The draft is written on the reverse of the Comtesse’s letter of 5 April, above.
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