Adams Papers

To John Adams from Timothy Pickering, 7 September 1798

Department of State Trenton Sept. 7. 1798.


This morning I received under your cover the address from the Hawkins volunteer troop of Horse and your answer, which are copying for publication: the answer will then be forwarded in the mail.

I have the honor to inclose Mr. Adams’ letter No. 120. dated at Berlin the 8th of May, containing a letter from the Swedish minister there, the Baron d’Engerstrom, referred to in the dispatches of Mr. Adams lately sent you. This No. 120. came to hand last evening; and at the same time one addressed to Mrs. Adams, under cover from Mr. Sylvanus Bourne.

Last evening I received the inclosed letter from Doctor Rush, desiring his brother might be mentioned to you for the vacant seat on the Bench of the Supreme Court.

I have the honor to be / with great respect / sir, your obedt. servant

Timothy Pickering

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