Adams Papers

To John Adams from Samuel Allyne Otis, 24 March 1791

March the 24th 1791


As there was a degree of heat not usual in Senate, when the question was taken on the second reading of the Cunsular bill sent from the House of Representatives for concurrence, I think it incumbent to submit the journal to your correction on that question, & on the two last acts of Senate in their Legislative capacity; relying that if they are not perfectly right, you will be so good as to put them so.

I have the honor to be / With esteem & respect / Your Excellencys / most Humble Sert

Sam. A. Otis

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