Washington 11. June 1825
I regret much that an usage, which has been uniformly observed since the existence of our Government, interdicts me the pleasure which I should take in complying with your request to furnish a Letter of Introduction, for Mr Greig to some person in London.
Praying to be remembered affectionately to my Niece, I remain / Dear Sir, your friend and humble Servt
J. Q. Adams.
MHi: Alexander B. Johnson Letters.