Papers of John Adams, volume 14

278 To Duncan Ingraham Jr., 19 February 1783 Adams, John Ingraham, Duncan Jr.
To Duncan Ingraham Jr.
Sir, Paris 19th. Feby. 1783.1

Inclosed are six Passports for American Vessels, one of which You will please to deliver to Mr. de Neufville for the Firebrand Capt. Frazier—2 You will dispose of the rest as You judge proper.

There is also inclosed a little Packet directed to You, which You will dispose of as directed requested.—

You will accept my Congratulations upon the late addition of a Daughter to your Family— I have a Letter from my Son at Gottenburg 1st. Feby. very well.

I have the honor to be, with much Esteem &c

LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams Papers); internal address: “Mr. Ingraham.”; APM Reel 108.


On this date JA also wrote to Wilhem & Jan Willink, Nicolaas & Jacob van Staphorst, and De la Lande & Fynje, enclosing six passports for their use (LbC, APM Reel 108).


See C. W. F. Dumas’ letter of 6 Feb., above.