London 13h. April 1792
At the Request of our mutual Friend Mr. Copley I have shiped on board the Polly, Capt. Reed for Philadelphia a Case directed for you containing two Prints of his Earl of Chatham—It is accompanied with a Letter from him & a Bill Lading under this Enclosure—
With them I beg Leave to present my sincere Respects to yourself & Mrs. Adams, and shall be happy in ev’ry Opportunity that my Situation here may afford of being in any Degree useful to you.—
I have the Honor to be / Sir, / Your most obedient / Humble Servant
H. Bromfield Jun.
MHi: Adams Papers.