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. James Warren had written on 7 Oct.
, and 1 Nov. 1782, and, so far as the editors know, not again until 24 June 1783 (all
in Adams Papers
; Warren-Adams Letters
, 2:178–179, 181–183, 217–220). Elected to Congress in Oct. 1782, Warren never attended
and resigned his seat on 4 June (Burnett, ed., Letters of Members
, 7:lxix). Without mentioning his resignation, Warren told JA
in his 24 June letter that he had not attended because he had “been sick the whole
Spring, and dare not Venture to go at this Season.” See AA
, 13 Nov. 1782, note 3
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