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11 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 20 January 1813 1813-01-20 Answer or rather acknowledge my Letters by half a dozen at a time. I have a number of Anecdotes...
12 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 15 January 1813 1813-01-15 You have forgotten, Old Dr Shippen, Dr Franklin, and many others. I have known many Instances....
13 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 4 January 1813 1813-01-04 Be pleased to accept my humble Duty for the notice you have condescended to take of me. I will do...
14 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 29 December 1812 1812-12-29 I have not done with your Letter of the 19th: I care not half, so much about Red Heifer, as I do...
15 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 27 December 1812 1812-12-27 Letters! What Shall I Say of Letters? Pliny’s are too Studied and too elegant. Cicero’s are the...
16 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 21 December 1812 1812-12-21 Never! Never be weary, in the Ways of well dreaming! any one of your Dreams worth to the Moralist...
17 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 8 December 1812 1812-12-08 On horseback, on my Way to Weymouth on a Visit to my Friend Dr Tufts I met a Man leading a Horse,...
18 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 29 November 1812 1812-11-29 I have recd. your valuable Volume, on the diseases of the mind; which will run Mankind still...
19 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 14 November 1812 1812-11-14 Your Volume will not produce Answers or Examinations or reflections: but probably Reproaches,...
20 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 7 November 1812 1812-11-07 I am in great perplexity, Every day something Occurs to puzzle my feeble intellect. To whom can I...