Adams Papers

To John Adams from Jan Willink, 26 May 1788

Amsterdam 26 May 1788


We have the pleasure to request your remembrance of your dutch friends, and hope to learn your safe arrival & health with your family, whch blessing we wish you to enjoy of for many years to come.

We have distributed of your books bound as prescribed, according to your note & Letter, & are enjoined by the Gentlemen to forward their thanks for this mark of politeness, we shall be happy to render you any Service here & beg your free disposal of our persons whenever we can be of any Service to you.

We Salute you and have the honor to be with sincere esteem, / Sir—Your most Obedient & / humble Servants

Wilhem & Jan Willink

We have succeeded to place so many obligations With a small sacrifice as enables us to pay the June interest, of whch we duly advised the Board of Treasury.

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