Adams Papers

Hannah Green to Abigail Adams, 30 Sep. 1797

Boston Sepr. 30th. 1797

My very dear friend, Mrs. Adams, will not only accept my sincerest thanks for her obliging invitation, but also for the regret she so kindly express’d at my not being able to comply with it—The regret was mutual as it would have afforded me the highest gratification—My Brother did not return from his journey till the evening before I just saw him but had not an opportunity of speaking to him on the subject—suppos’d they would go in their own Chaise, & did not wish to put any one to trouble on my account—my heart was <with> with you & was glad that my friends had so fine a day—My respectful regards attend the President & with every wish for your happiness—that peace & prosperity may attend you wherever you reside is the hearty wish of / Your very obligd friend

Hannah Green

Mr G—is at the Office but I know sincerely joins in the above

RC (MHi: Adams Papers).

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