Boston July 7. 1821.—
Emboldened by a remark contained in one of your letters to the late Hon. Judge Tudor, I have taken the liberty to send a copy of the oration delivered on the fourth inst.; and should the perusal of it afford you the slightest pleasure; it will be to me a very great gratification, that I have had an opportunity of paying this humble tribute of my respect, to one to whom I, as a citizen of this country, feel myself immeasurably indebted.
I have the honour to be most respectfully / your Obed. Servant
Charles G. Loring
MHi: Adams Papers.