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From John Adams to Samuel B. Malcom, 13 May 1799

Quincy May 13th 1799

Dear Sir

I thank you for your several favors of Ap. 27th & 30th & May 4th. The intelligence they contain is very favorable to the cause of our country. The opposition to government has been defeated in this state in a manner equally honorable.

We shall go on pretty well and finally preserve our Country from the <continuation> contamination which has threatned it.

Mrs. Adams is not secure against returns of her allarming disorder, but I hope in the fall she may venture to the Southward Your letters oblige me and I wish for a continuance of them.

With esteem and regard I am Sir your / Servant.

MHi: Adams Family Papers, Letterbooks.

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