To C. W. F. Dumas
Leyden April 30. 1781
Arriving this moment, I received your Favour of 26; and am happy to find that you continue in the Same Sentiments. I am Still of the Same mind too, and I Shall call on you, tomorrow, when we will arrange all Things. I wish you would loose no time, in getting a certain Paper, well translated into Dutch.1
I am as usual, Yours
Tr (PCC, No. 101, II, f. 181).
1. JA’s memorial of 19 April, above, was translated into Dutch by Wybo Fynje, editor of Delft’s Hollandsche Historische Courant and brother-in-law of Jean Luzac (JA, Corr. in the Boston Patriot description begins Correspondence of the Late President Adams. Originally Published in the Boston Patriot. In a Series of Letters, Boston, 1809[–1810]; 10 pts. description ends , p. 430; Adams Family Correspondence description begins Adams Family Correspondence, ed. L. H. Butterfield and others, Cambridge, 1963– . description ends , 4:117).