John Quincy Adams
Autograph Letter Signed (ALS)

1767-1848 Sixth President of the United States, Secretary of State under
Monroe who principally formulated the Monroe Doctrine.

Autograph Letter Signed  "John Quincy Adams" as U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James, London, 1p., 4to., Craven Street [London], June 21, 1816. To Thomas Aspinwall: "The Seaman belonging to the Susan have repeatedly applied to me representing themselves to be in a destitute and distressed condition. It appears to me that while their wages are denied them, they must be provided for, as well as the Seamen if the Baltimore and I beg leave to recommend them to your official assistance."


John Quincy Adams

Document Type:

Autograph Letter Signed (ALS)

Framed Dimensions:

19" w x 16" h


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