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From William Stephens Smith to John Quincy Adams, 28 November 1805

New York Novr. 28th. 1805

Dear Sir—

The Bearer, my very intimate friend General Miranda, proposing to pass a few days at Washington, I must solicit for him, your friendly attentions and civilities.

Mrs. S[mith]. and family are all well, and desire to be particularly remembered to you, Mrs. A, and her dear plump Sister—

Should any thing of a public nature command attention; I should be happy to be made acquainted with it, as early, as may be consistent with your official Station, particularly should their, be a disposition to blow The Trumpet—

Yours sincerely

W: S: Smith

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