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Your account of the first part of your journey, is quite as entertaining and instructive as is...
Yesterday was one of the most uniformly happy days of my whole long life. The Morning brought Us...
This Book, of more value than a gold Watch Sett with diamonds is presented to John Adams by his...
I have received your luminous letter of 15th Feby. for which I thank you: but cannot enlarge upon...
Your frolicsome letter of the 10th of October has come to hand this morning and amidst the...
I thank you for your favour of the 3d. and congratulate you on your success; which I hope and...
I have been employed for a month or six weeks in hard labour to save you trouble. I have...
In the reign of Charles 1st of England, Henry Adams came to America from Devonshire and settled...
I have received your letter of the 9th: Never did I feel so much solemnity as upon this...
Your favour of the 14th. found me deeply immersed in researches, not astromical or mineralogical...
You would be pleased to See the pretty Figure your Peach Trees and Cherry Trees make in my...
my apology for neglecting so long to acknowledge the receipt of your Historical Collections, is...
I have not acknowledged your 5. & 7 Octr. We have had another delightful Family Scene. Madam De...
I have seen many of your poetical effusions, from the time when you were at College, to this last...
I will teise you no more, at present, with Metaphysicks or Books. I expect with Something very...
I thank you for the present of your Book and your kind letter of the 24th. September. It was...
As every Candid inquirer after truth whether personally known, or unknown to me, is very dear to...
I have received your letter inclosing the letters from Mr Basset and Mr. Custis Congress had...
I enclose you a letter from honest Spafford. I do it with great reluctance but he has so much...
I have enclosed to the President a letter from Dr Waterhouse. I wish you would ask to see it....
Your letter, of the 21st. sprightly and entertaining like all the rest, has been recieved. I...
David Hinckley Esqr of Boston and his amiable Daughter are about to travel in England. I...
I have requested my Son, to inclose to you a little Volume, and two separate printed papers, one...
I have received the letter you did me the honour to write me Nov 1822 which has excited emotions...
We are under great concern here—We have written to Mrs De Wint—I have written to her myself...
I thank you for your letter of the 29th. and a sketch of Mr Hancocks Life, which I am very glad...
The Revnd. Mr Greenwood the successor of Mr Thatcher and Dr Kirkland in the Church in Summer...
Captain James Riley politely Sent me his travels in a handsome volume which I read with interest,...
I must beg your pardon for delaying so long the acknowledgement of your kind favour—you have done...
I have received your obliging letter of September 2d. but have not received the Declaration of...