Letter from John Adams to James Warren (Copy)
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July 24, 1775
Second Continental Congress Representative John Adams writes to James Warren, a judge in Watertown, Massachusetts, and discusses the arrival of gunpowder, the formation of a continental treasury, and asks if "your new Legislative and Executive feel bold or irresolute?"
The transcriber notes that "this letter was anonymous, but wrote in the same hand with that addressed to Abigail Adams." This letter is a contemporary copy from the original at the Gage Papers.