Adams Papers

Francis Hopkinson to John Adams, 27 Jul. 1786

PhilA[delphia]

Sir.

As Secretary [. . . .] general [. . .]vention of the Pro[. . . .] I am directed to add, [. . . .] to your Care, [. . . .] speedily as may [. . . .] Canterbury. Your [. . . .] Affairs of our [. . . .]vention with [. . . .]tudes & they expressd their [. . . ] [sentiments?] [is?] a Letter to you, which [must be?] the Ship [Caesar?] a few [books?] [. . . .] of which [. . .] are [. . .]. A Copy [. . . .] would [. . . .] been forwarded [. . .] the Convention both to [. . . .] & the Original both [. . . .]

I am, Sir, with sincere [. . . .] / Your affectionate / and most obedient / humble Servant

Fras Hopkinson

(NHi: Protestant Episcopal Church Archives).

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