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Your Letter was brought to my chamber door and thrown in by your father this morning before I was...
Mr. Shaw brought me your letter last night of the 29 and you may be assured I will attend to the...
16 Wrote two Letters in the morning and amused myself with reading Miss Porters new Novel—Mary...
As Mary is much better to day I hasten to write you that the Letter of yesterday may not create...
J. Madison presents his respects to Mr. Adams with many thanks for his “Address” on the 4th. of...
We have arrived safely at this place without much trouble and the Horses stood it pretty well,...
Having arrived safely without any “hair breadth scapes” to relate, I have little or nothing to...
Mrs Porter’s compliments to Mr & Mrs Adams & Miss Helen & requests the pleasure of their company...
Our dear Shaw, who ransacks his Atheneum and the litterary World to afford me Amusements and...
Bishop Chevreuse regrets that it will not be in his power to wait upon Mr. and Mrs. Adams, on...