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From John Adams to James McHenry, 30 August 1799

Quincy Aug 30th 1799


Regretting with you on every account, public & private, the prevalence of the fever, I cannot but approve of the removal of the public offices to Trenton.

Inclosed is a letter from Hugh McAlister, complaining of Mr Simmons & incloseing a certificate from Capt Irvine & another from Mr. Simmons himself. You will please to enquire & satisfy yourself, that justice is done. The original certificate you will preserve with care.

MHi: Adams Family Papers, Letterbooks.

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