Boston July 31 1795
Enclosed is the Letter of Mr Tucker which I mentioned to you the other day. The good sense & humanity of the writer make a very agreeable impression on my mind but the case appears extremely embarrassed—It is probable that you have resolved it in your mind, & I wish you would impart to me such tho’ts as may occur, for as the Gentleman has condescended to ask my opinion & advice I wish to avail myself of every advantage in forming an opinion on the subject.
I am Sir with great Esteem & Respect / Yr. obliged & obedt servt.
MHi: Adams Papers.