Adams Papers

To John Adams from James Warren, 7 July 1788

Plymt. July 7th: 1788

My Dear Sir,

It was a Misfortune to me that your Arrival was delayed so long as to prevent my waiting on you the first day you Landed, to Express my cordial Joy & satisfaction on the Occasion. I had an Expectation of being at Boston again before this which has prevented my writing, but as that Journey seems to be uncertain, I must in this way make my Congratulations to you & Mrs. Adams, & testify my Asuranses that no Man in America feels more Interested in the Happiness of your Family than I do. I hope soon to have the pleasure of seeing you, & shewing you that I am in Sentiment, in principle, Character & Conduct, the very same Man, you were so perfectly Acquainted with, in Your Old Friend / & Humbl. Servt.

J Warren

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