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Permit me to introduce to you M r Horace Holley who is on his Way to Kentucky where he has been...
Your No 33. has pleased me much and I beg you to continue your observations on the cavilling and...
Mr Leslie Combs of Kentucky has Sent me “a History of the late War, in the Western Country, by Mr...
your Journal interesting to me like all the former, has been received up to the 29th of March.—...
Accept my kind thanks for your Letter of the 1st. Inst. and its inclosure. I have given a rapid...
As Holly is a Diamond of a Superiour Water, it would be crushed to pouder by mountainous...
Your Pupil Mr Minot was a young Gentleman of excellent character; pure, spotless in Morals and...
M r Leslie Combs of Kentucky has Sent me a “History of the late War, in the Western Country, by M...
Know all Men by these presents, That I John Adams of Quincy in the County of Norfolk, Esqr. in...
I am glad I forgot to return your Son’s beautiful morsel on Industry with my last Letter; because...
Another Auther produced by Mr Otis was “The Trade and Navigation of Great Britain considered by...
The grounds and principles on which the “3third article of the Treaty of 83. was contended for on...
Some time ago I requested permission, to write to you certain facts in Confidence which I wish to...
I thank you for your kind letter of the 12th of this Month. As I esteem the Character of Mr Henry...
I thank you for your kind letter of December 13th. And above all for the gift of a precious...
I have promised you, hints, of the heads of Mr Otis’s Oration, Argument Speech, call it which you...
The Roman dictator was Lucius Quintius Cincinnatus. His Master of the horse was Caius Servilius...
You “never profoundly admired Mr. H.” I have suggested some hints in his favour. You “never...
Accept my thanks for your favour of last month. The safe Arrival of your books has quieted my...
“Mid the low murmurs of submissive fear and mingled rage my Hambden raised his Voice, & and to...
O that I had the talent at discription, of a Homer a Milton or a Walter Scot—I would give you a...
It is some consolation to find in the Paragraph of the Charter, next following the Court of...
Is your daughter, Mrs Stewart, who I am credibly informed is one of the most accomplished Ladies,...
I am impatient to See your Plan of a University and new System of Education. To assist you in...
I thank you for your kind congratulations on the return of my little family from Europe. To...
As I can make no Apology for so long forgetting to return the Volumes inclosed, I must, without...
Mr Otis Said Such a “Writt of Assistance” might become the Reign of Charles the Second in...
Will you accept a curious Peace Piece of New England Antiquities. It was a tolerable Catechism...
I have received your obliging favour of the 8th. but cannot consent to your resolution to ask no...
As I can make no Apology for so long forgetting to return the volumes inclosed, I must, without...
You know not the gratification you have given me, by your kind; frank; and Candid letter—I must...
The “Defence of the New England Charters” by Jer. “Dummer” is, both for Style and matter, one of...
We cannot yet dismiss this precious statute of the 6th of George the second. Chapter 13. The...
Lyman was mortified that he could not visit Monticello . He is gone to Europe a Second time. I...
Mr. Otis, to Show the Spirit of the Acts of Trade, those I have already quoted as well as those I...
Mr: Otis quoted another Author “The political & commercial Works of Charles D’Avenant LLD Vol 2...
I think you cannot have entirely forgotten a Conversation at my Table; I had invited a small...
Mr Otis proceeded to page 198 of this great Work of the great Knight Sir Josiah Child Proposition...
I thank you for your kind letter—And will proceed with my abrupt narrative.— The practice of the...
KNOW all Men by these Presents, That I, John Adams, of Quincy, in the County of Norfolk, Esquire,...
Your letter of the 3d. has distressed me—It will compel me to disclose truths which will be...
My loving and beloved Friend, Pickering , has been pleased to inform the World that I have “few...
On the 20 of January 1768 the House of Representatives appointed a committee to prepare a...
As Mr Wirt had filled my head with James Otis; and I am well informed that the Honourable Mr...
Be pleased to accept my cordial Thanks for the present of and elegant Copy of your Sketches of Mr...
I had I not been poison’d almost to the loss of my sight, by a rare fever or a blossom cold, I...
In Mr Wirts elegant and eloquent Panegyrick on Mr Henry.—I beg your attention to page 56 to page...
In memory of Henry Adams who took his flight from the dragon persecution in Devonshire in England...