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Docno: ADMS-06-12-02-0067

Author: Adams, John
Recipient: Grand, Henry
Date: 1781-12-01

To Henry Grand

[salute] Sir

You cannot imagine how much I am obliged to you for your early Information of the glorious News. I have Since received ample details of it from America, but your Letter reached me several days Sooner.1
I last night recd yours of 23 Novr—and will write you more fully upon it soon. We shall agree in every Thing I believe but the Article { 104 } of L 6857: 3s, which you charge me for 29 Feb. 1780, as an order to give Mr Dana Credit for this Sum. This should be charged to Mr Dana, as I Shall easily convince you, as part of his Salary.

[salute] My best Respects to the family and believe me yours

1. From Henry Grand, 21 Nov., above.
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