Baltimore, 13th August, 1824.
I send you a copy of the letter of your Son with an appendix, which I have just printed. The first part I printed from the Manuscript in Boston upwards of Sixteen years ago. The interest for it is as great now as then. I am one of his zealous advocates for the Presidency & entertain the most confident hopes of his success, notwithstanding the conspiracy at Newyork to deprive the people of their choice in the election.
I tender my respects to your son Thomas B. Adams, & am very truly & cordially your ob’t. Serv’t.
MHi: Adams Papers.