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Your kind Letters of Nov. 2. and Dec r 20 are before me. You will Soon learn the meaning of the...
I received yours of the 4th with double pleasure occasioned, by the Encouragement you give me to...
I am glad to find by your Letter that you are so well situated, at Mr. Sewalls, make my...
I am very much concerned, least you as well as your Brother, should think hard of me, for...
In my last I attempted to prove that Government and Society are inseperable from each other. In...
I received last night your favor of the 18th. I thank you for your account of the proceedings of...
You have lost the Opportunity of sharing in the Glory of some of your Friends in this City, who...
It is a long time Since I have rec d any Letter from you, and the Report that you have had a...
Your Letter of the 19 of October from London gave me great Joy and all your other Friends of whom...
I have not received a letter from you since I left you. As I hear nothing of the epidemic in...
I have not yet acknowledged the Receipt of yours of 25. feb. I think you right in not noticing...
I am greatly pleased with your letter of the 30 Aug. Every part of it shows a sound understanding...
Politicks are forbidden fruit to me, at present, and what other Subject can I choose for a...
I have appointed Mr. Jay, Chief Justice. He may refuse, if he should, I shall follow the line of...
I last Week at Philadelphia rec d your kind Letter of April by Capt n Boadge, and it has been a...
I know not how it has happened that I have not found time to write you Since my return to my long...
Received Quincy April 3d 1822 of Thomas B Adams Esqr— the sum of Seventy-two Dollars in full for...
I am much pleased with your letters, to your Parents and to your Sisters, as well as those to me,...
I thank you for your favour of July 26. I always rejoice to hear of your Arguing Causes. This...
Yours of the 20th. is before me.——The Senate I hear is perfectly satisfied at length, by a...
I have suffered a great deal of Anxiety on your Account, having heard of your severe sickness....
I received last night your favour of the 15th, the Sentiments and expressions of which are Such...
In one of your Letters you say there is much murmuring concerning the Convention with France....
I have had the pleasure of receiving your favour of the 18th and congratulate you on the Success...
I am much alarmed at the Intimations in the public Prints of the Appearance and prevalence of the...
I received your favor of 27th: Ult. in season; and have been slow to answer it; for what should I...
Since you are desirous of a Confidence in the Breast of your Father, and he is not less anxious...
I am extreamly sorry to hear that you have been ill of your old Complaint: but was somewhat...
On a lu, Tabius, avec beaucoup de plaisir. Il est tres Sage, tres savant et tres elegant.—The...
I recd in due Course your favour of March 18 and thank you for your prompt and punctual Attention...
I have this morning received your manly letter of 25 th Ult.— I had long intended to write you...
M r Hindman of Maryland has requested a Letter from me, for M r Richard Cook of Anapolis, who...
Have a care, that you do not let Captain Duane know, that I am reading Cicero de Senectute again:...
I once more wish you a prosperous Voyage an honourable Conduct and a happy Life. Remember your...
It was no longer ago than Yesterday that I received your kind Letter of the 14. of December last,...
I have recd this Evening yours of the 14th. My little bark has been oversett in a Squal of...
I believe I must make a Phisician of you. There seems to be a Propriety in your studying Physick,...
It is a long time Since I have rec d a Letter from you and it is too long Since I have written to...
In your Letter of the 9th, you say, that you will not say you disagree with Manlius, in his...
Upon the subject of your letter of the 1st. I can only say that I was prepared to hear all that...
I thank you for yours of the 9th and its contents, and for the pains to have taken to Search...
I know not how it has happened that I have not found time to write you, Since my return to my...
Mr Dobson the Bookseller has an Account open with me.—It is of 13 or 14. or 15 Years...
Your Brother is appointed to Berlin, but you I presume will soon return to America; perhaps you...
The only Reason why I omitted to write you when I wrote to your Brothers, was because I thought...
I have rec d your charming narration of your Tour to Paris, both to me and your mother, and am...
The daily Duties of my office require so much Writing that my hand and head are fatigued &...
You have it right in yours of 22d.—A Rivalry between George Cabbot and Elbridge Gerry, for the...
Know all Men by these Presents. That I John Adams of Quincy in the County of Norfolk and State of...
Mr Callender quotes from Mr Paine, something like this. I have not the Book nor the Newspaper,...