Adams Papers

From John Adams to Thomas Jefferson, 20 February 1787

Grosvenor Square Feb. 20, 1787

Dear Sir

Dr Gordon who is about publishing his Proposals for printing his History desires a Letter to you.—I told him that he might depend upon your good offices without any Letter, but as no harm will be done by complying with his Desire I beg Leave to introduce him, and to recommend his History to your Patronage in France.

With equal affection, Esteem and / respect, I have the Honour to be, Sir / your most obedient humble Servant

John Adams

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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