Philadelphia 17th: Feby 1801
I received your favor of the 13th: this morning, informing of the departure of my mother, and at the same time I had a letter from her dated at Baltimore the 14th:—She is accompanied by Lieutt: Parker, and expected to be here to night. This moment, Richard called at my Office and announced the Carriage approaching, having left it about 5 miles on the other side of Gray’s ferry, so that I may venture to predict their safe arrival.
Your’s in haste
T B Adams.
P.S. The Carriage has just passed—
MWA: Adams Papers.