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    • Adams, John
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    • Milligan, Joseph
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In exchange for the Gold and Silver which you have repeatedly sent me as presents I have nothing to return but the inclosed Copper Coin I am your obliged humble Servant MHi : Adams Family Papers, Letterbooks.
I know not how to express my obligation to you for the repeated presents of beautiful books the proof of Mr Jeffersons Convalescence was more precious to me than all the rest I had indeed before received a most excellent letter from his own hand which convinced me that his health might be restored but the spirit which dictated the resolution to mount the sovereign Doctor Horse convinced me...
The repeated kindness expressed in your letter of 30th. Oct’br, and the beautiful present of your book on Gardening, demand the thanks of an entire stranger. The volume for our Agricultural Society shall be presented as you desire Agriculture and Horticulture are become fashianable in the from Nova Scotia and Canada to the Mississippi, and I am mistaken in the character of my Countrymen, if...
I must repeat my thanks to you for the Volume of the Federalist. The paper the type the execution the elegance of the binding as well as its solidity are proofs of the improvement of the Arts at the seat of Government. This great & excellent national work will be esteemed in America as a Classical productional as long as our National Constitution & the language in which it is written shall...
I beg you will accept my thanks for your obliging letter of the 10th & that you will present the name to Mr Jacob Gideon Junr for the present you have sent me of the Federalist which I gratefully accept, as a mark of his, and your esteem; I have not yet recieved the book but presume it is on its way, and will arrive in due time. But should it miscarry your, and Mr Gideons kind intentions will...