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To John Adams from Charles Francis Adams, 7 March 1816

Boston March 7th: 1816

Dear Grandpapa

I am very glad you like my letter of the third October, 1815 and hope you will like all of, them, as they come.

I have lived in, la rue de Richelieu &, I have been to Passy and Au teuil, and to the place de Carousal, and from there I came here to visit Grosvenor Square, with my Father, and Mother; but as to Amsterdam, Leyden, and the Hague, I dont know where they are. I hope some time or other that I <shall> will go, to these places likewise, All the flowers are budding out, and Spring is, a coming on, very fast so, that I hope I shall, have another, letter, before the middle of it. Papa intends not to quit, this house, till next summer.

I am, your dutiful, and affectionate, Grandson.

C. F Adams.

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