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I ought not to have neglected so long to write you an account of the delightful visit I received...
I thank you for your kind Letters I agree with you that we can never be thankful enough for the...
I ought not to have neglected so long to write you an account of the delightful visit I received...
This certifies that John H. I. Browere Esq. of the City of New York has yesterday and to-day made...
Know all Men by these Presents, That I John Adams of Quincy Do make, constitute and appoint...
I am suffering under a bitter repentance in neglecting to write & thank you for your last kind...
I am deeply indebted to you for a polite and friendly letter and for a noble basket of Grapes,...
The extreme imbecility of old age must be my apology for neglecting to write, and thank you for...
I thank you for a very pleasant letter, and I supplicate a continuance of them—I have given up...
In reply to your question, upon what map did the Commissioners trace the boundary line described...
General Lafayette arrived in this City yesterday afternoon and agreeably to the Presidents...
Dr Jarvis with great truth and propriety observes that “the Religion of the Indians has not been...
Dr Jarvis with great truth and propriety observes that “the Religion of the Indians has not be...
The Dr. handed me this morning Mr Websters address delivered at Bunker’s Hill, upon condition...
I recieved the enclosed extract this morning from the North. The Source from whence it comes is...
I am almost most ashamed to acknowledge to you my tardy obligation, for your handsom Edition of...
You have been the most punctual correspondent that I ever had except your Brother—but for four...
Mr. Charles Sigourney & Lady, a respectable pair in Hartford, Connecticut, the Husband a Son of...
M r Charles Sigourney & Lady, a respectable pair in Hartford, Connecticut, the Husband a Son of...
Your journal which has become a necessary of life to me has failed me for a long time, but I must...
I recollect with great satisfaction the many pleasant days, that in time of my departed Consort,...
I am much affected with your kind letter of the 4th. You are not alone Sir, in your change of...
I recollect with much satisfaction the friendly and familiar intercourse between Major Fuller his...
Is not your lively imagination a little exalted, you certainly have exalted my name to a greater...
I thank you for your kind congratulation of the Feby. 17—which you have fortified with so many...
My father has this moment returned from Mr Owens lecture & informs me that he has not recieved...
I have placed your Note in the hands of my father who has this minute returned home & he directs...
I have transmitted your letter to Mr Adams but in total despair of success. The heads of...
John Quincy Adams was born in Braintree, now called Quincy, in the year 1767, in the white house,...
I enclose you a letter from honest Spafford. I do it with great reluctance but he has so much...