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Docno: ADMS-04-07-02-0040

Author: Adams, John
Recipient: Tufts, Cotton
Date: 1786-04-03

John Adams to Cotton Tufts

[salute] Dear sir

Inclosed with this is a Letter to Dr Holyoke and all the original Papers from the Royal Society of Medicine.1
You will be so good as to inclose and direct them to him.
I hope Mr. John is, or will soon be at Colledge. You may draw upon me for two hundred Pounds st. and invest it as before, to help you pay the Expences of my Boys. Yours
[signed] John Adams
Inclosed is a Note from my Friend Count Sarsefield.2 Will you be so good as to enquire and write me any Intelligence you can obtain of these Mac Auliffes, at Boston.
RC (MWA: N. Paine Coll.); endorsed: “Hond John Adams April 3. 1786 London Recd May 10. 1786.”
1. See JA to Cotton Tufts, 11 March, and note 3, above.
2. The unidentified note was probably enclosed in Comte de Sarsfield to JA, 6 March (Adams Papers).
Cite web page as: Founding Families: Digital Editions of the Papers of the Winthrops and the Adamses, ed.C. James Taylor. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 2014.