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From Thomas Boylston Adams to William Smith Shaw, 10 February 1818

Quincy February 10th: 1818

Dear Sir.

I am informed that my Nephew G W. Adams is to take his examination on Friday next, and as Bondsmen are required by the College Government, I should be glad if you will join with me in the Obligation, as I know of no one whom I can ask with equal freedom. As it will be necessary to go to Cambridge to sign the Bond, I can call for you on Saturday next and give you a Seat with me, Should your health admit of your going; but if you object to the measure or should you be unable to go, please to inform me by Mail.

I am very truly, Yours

Thomas B Adams

PS. I shall write to George to have a Bond drawn out which he may bring to Boston for Signature.

MWA: Adams Papers.

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