Adams Papers

To John Adams from John Jay, 27 July 1794

London 27 July 1794—

Dear Sir

Docr. Edwards of Philada. will be so obliging as to take charge of this Letter. I regret that he & Mrs. Edwards leave this peace so soon—. You will find him a Gentleman of extensive Information.—He has visited the greater part of this Kingdom, and paid particular attention to the Husbandry of it.—Permit me to introduce him to You.

I have heard, and wish it may be true, that your Son is appointed to Holland. He will there meet with many of your friends. His Talents, Education, & attention to Business promise Utility to his Country, Honor to himself, and Satisfaction to You—That all these Prospects may be realized is the sincere wish of / Dear Sir your most obt. & hble Servt.

John Jay——

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