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5. Probably the Job Field who had been confined in Mill Prison, Plymouth, England, as a prisoner of war and to { 157 } whom JA had sent two guineas, 24 Oct. 1781, signing himself “your affectionate Friend and Neighbour” (LbC, Adams Papers).
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