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Docno: ADMS-06-03-02-0069

Author: Prescott, James
Recipient: Adams, John
Date: 1775-08-25

From James Prescott

[salute] Sir

I have this minit received the Inclosed account1 and Imbrace the oppertunity of Conveying it to you by Mr. Pain. I am Sir your most obediant Huml Sert.,
[signed] James Prescott
NB: I find my Brother has not Been so perticuler as I Could have wished—he has not Given any account of his former Campain—he was an officer at the reduction of the Newtrel frinch at Noviscotia in the last war about two years.
RC (Adams Papers); addressed: “To The Honble John Adams Esqr. in Brantrey”; docketed: “Aug 25 1775.”
1. William Prescott to JA, 25 Aug. (below).
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