On the Sickness of Lucy Knox, & the Inadequacy of the Adams House in Philadelphia

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Date September 28, 1791
Author Name Henry Knox (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name John Adams (primary)
Summary Admits that Adams' steward and his children have recovered, but that Lucy Knox is dangerously ill. Apologizes to Adams that the house Knox has procured for him in Philadelphia is not what he deserves, "either for your dignity or the rent," but explains that it was all there was to be had in the city.
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Related Persons/Groups John Adams; Henry Knox; steward; children; Lucy Knox; ;
Related Places Philadelphia;
Keywords house; rent; ;
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