[dateline] Boston June 4th. 1781
[salute] My dear Sir
It is some Time since I wrote to you, and much longer since I have been honoured with
a Line from you.1
I have but Just got to Town. Mr. George Storer who goes by the way of Denmark is
on the point of sailing and I can only Inclose two papers received from Mr. Lovel,
and the Boston Papers of the day.2
I shall write you soon and if you have not forgot that there is such a Man in the
world perhaps you will again write to your Sincere Friend & Humbl. Servt. J Warren3
[dateline] June 19th.
With all my diligence I could not get the above on Board the Ship. Another Opportunity
now presents. The Navy Board send you the Boston Papers, and though wish to write
you a long Letter it is out of my power. I have seen a Copy of a Letter from Dr. F.
to C. which I am told has been forwarded to you.4
I hope you have received it. Will This Letter meet you in Paris, Holland or Vienna?