Adams Papers

From John Adams to Pa., City and County Commissioners Philadelphia, 9 December 1790

Thursday, December 9, 1790.


The Senate have considered the letter that you were pleased to address to the Senate and the House of Representatives, on the 6th instant, and they entertain a proper sense of the respect shown to the general government of the United States, by providing so commodious a building as the commissioners of the city and county of Philadelphia have appropriated for the accommodation of the Representatives of the Union, during their residence in this city.

I have the honor to be, / Your most humble servant,

John Adams,

Vice President of the United States,

and President of the Senate.

Printed Source--Senate Journal.

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