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From John Adams to Henry Dearborn, 25 March 1818

Quincy March. 25th 1818.

Dear Sir

I am obliged to borrow a hand to thank you for your favour of March 11th. and for introducing to me, Mr Binon—whom I find to be a Gentleman of Sense and Letters—as well as Taste and skill—in all the fine Arts—He has been an agreeable Companion—and we have been fortunate enough to procure the best <Accommodations> Accommodations for him—

Excuse me for I can barely write the name of your Friend, and humble, Servant—

John Adams.

CtY-BR: Alfred White Van Sinderen and Harry H. Ensign Autograph Collections.

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