Philadelphia 18th: Decr: 1800.
Mr: Charles D Coxe, the bearer, is going to the seat of Government to make interest for a Consular appointment. I beg leave to introduce him to you, and to ask your civilities towards him—He is at present a fellow lodger with me, and though a brother-in-law & Cousin of Mr: T— Coxe, he wishes me to assure you, that he bears no resemblance to him, but in name. I think I can do this with safety, and a very short acquaintance with him, will I believe produce a similar opinion in your mind.
I am, most cordially / Your friend
T B Adams
MHi: Miscellaneous Papers.