Amsterdam 26 May 1788
We have the pleasure to request your remembrance of your dutch friends, and hope to learn your safe arrival & health with your family, whch blessing we wish you to enjoy of for many years to come.
We have distributed of your books bound as prescribed, according to your note & Letter, & are enjoined by the Gentlemen to forward their thanks for this mark of politeness, we shall be happy to render you any Service here & beg your free disposal of our persons whenever we can be of any Service to you.
We Salute you and have the honor to be with sincere esteem, / Sir—Your most Obedient & / humble Servants
Wilhem & Jan Willink
We have succeeded to place so many obligations With a small sacrifice as enables us to pay the June interest, of whch we duly advised the Board of Treasury.
MHi: Adams Papers.