Waltham April 13. 1789
Having information that you this day begin your journey for New York, and conjecturing that you mean to lodge in my parish to night,—this is to request the honor of your company, & that you would take a bed at my house. Tho’ we can’t entertain you elegantly, yet methinks <
[. . .]> we can make you comfortable, and therefore bid you a hearty welcome.
With the greatest respect and esteem, I am, Sir, Your friend / and most obedient Servt
MHi: Adams Papers.