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    • Adams, John
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    • Everett, Edward
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    • post-Madison Presidency
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I have received within this hour, the Inclosed letter from Mr. Jefferson—Which, as it is infinitely too Learned and scientifical for my dull Genius, and poor attainments to grapple, I send to you—who are, or will be, equal to all these things—If any Man is, or is like to be—I send it especially, as it has relation, to the North American Review—As I have barely read it over, and not yet...
Having after much persuasion prevailed upon my Cousin to remain still longer with us, we were again nearly disappointed by discovering that the Vessel which conveys your things had sailed before her box could be recovered. Our difficulties were now renewed and we could secure an acquiescence in our wishes only by promising that we would make one more call upon your kindness, and request of you...
In compliance with your request, I am directed by the President to return the enclosed letter. As relates to the Letter of General Lafayette, it is his intention to address you as soon as a moment of leisure will permit. Your’s very respectfully MHi : Edward Everett Papers.
It is high time that I should thank you for your kindness and civility to my Grand Children and for your politeness in sending me a Ticket to your lectures. It would have given me more pleasure than any entertainment I can imagin, if I could have attended them. They have been heard with attention and delight by my Son, and by all my friends who have been so happy as to hear them. My more...