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To Thomas Jefferson from John Quincy Adams, 27 February 1825

Washington 27. Feby 1825

Dear Sir,

I readily comply with the request of Mr Owen of Lanark, in taking the Liberty of introducing him to your acquaintance—His plans for the improvement of the condition of Man, are already known to you generally, and he is desirous of explaining them more particularly to one so favourably disposed to their object, and so qualified to appretiate justly the adaptation to it of his means.

I am, with perfect respect, Dear Sir your very obedt Servt

John Quincy Adams

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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