Adams Papers

To John Adams from John Sinclair, 3 June 1802

London 29 Parliament Street 3rd. June 1802.


I expected to have had the Honour of hearing from you before this time, on the subject of the publication of General Washingtons Letters, but I hope to have that pleasure soon. In the interim I beg to send an engraving of the proposed Monument and a plan of the new town of Thurso in which it is proposed to be erected.

You will also herewith receive a paper on Longevity. Permit me to request your assistance in procuring answers from America to the question in Appendix No:1.

With great truth and regard / Believe me / your faithful and / Obedient Servant

John Sinclair

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