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Often when I labour in my garden,—and I do so usually from sunrise till its setting—I expatiate...
Although I did not hear from Montezillo—Since your very affectionate Letter of 30 May—except by...
Although my health is very indifferent, and my eyes soo weak and dim, that within a fortnight, I...
I dare not, no, I will not delay longer my answer to your affectionate Letter, with which I was...
Yesterday I was highly gratified with your affectionate Letter, and answer it directly, not to...
Permit me to address You with few words upon your election to the Presidencÿ of the United...
Although much indisposed duty compells me to Send you a few lines—and as I feel allways Somewhat...
How Shall it be in my power, to paÿ you mÿ Sincere thanks for the favours with which you continue...
Mr. Alex. Bryant Johnson returned me the ms—Had I more time I Should be tempted to write a...
I delay’d to write you a few lines—to congratulate you cordially on the happy arrival of the 30th...
I indulge once more in the gratification—of Sending you a few lines, in the hope, that you enjoy...
I thank my God, that I enjoy the high gratification in congratulating you with the tribute, paid,...
yes, I am thankful—I am Sensible of my high obligations towards you—how few can follow your...
I Should not have importuned your Excell—this year with another Letter did I not believe it...
How can I, in any manner, reciprocate your kindnesses? I know I can not, and yet I feel cordially...
Now I hope, you have already perused my Oration—although I have not Seen it yet in print—I doubt...
I am confident, you will kindly permit me to Send you a few lines—at this time—if it was only, &...
The last tiding of your welfare, with which I was gratified—was by Judge Peter Smith. I had made...
I must answer your favours of Dec. 14 ult. and Jan the 3th. Want of time will once have the happy...
Having unexpectedly received an opportunity of conveying you my cursory remarks on some parts of...
With reluctance I Should interrupt your Excellency’s occupations, in the persuasion, that my...
Making a purchase of a Small farm in this State, two miles from Esopus to which I intend to go up...
Aÿant reçú plusieurs temoignages d’amitie et d’estime de votre Excellence, pendant votre Sejour a...
The Bearer of these Letters Mr. S. T. G. Mappa, late Commander of the armed citisens in the...
Although only a few moments of day light are left me, I Shall take hold of these to indulge a...
Your Excellencÿ’s favour of March 27. I received the 17 apr.—and was it not for a particularity...
Was it not to Satisfÿ the ardent wishes of a learned deceased friend, I should consider it...
I must then Submit to the painful task of condoling you with the irreparable loss—and yet—my Dear...
The knowledge of your Excellency’s principles, with the distinguished marks of attention, which...
Althoug it was not in my power to assist, under your roof, at the celebration of your 88th...
Persuaded, that it is a gratification to be informed of our continued health—a Severe cold Since...
Permit me, to congratulate you and your Lady, with the appointment of his Exc: John Quincy Adams...
Since I was the last time honoured with your favour, I did not presume to interrupt Your...
It is a gratification, that I have it in my power, to cause you Some pleasurable emotions—by the...
I hope not, I dare Say more, I am confident, you deem it not an intrusion, when I write you So...
The last time, I was gratified with Some tidings from Quincy—was by a Letter of the 8th of this...
Being returned at New-york, after a journeÿ of five weeks in the countrÿ, to take a view of the...
As I know not where mrs de Wint resides—I must address my Lett to your care—I could not indulge...
Washington’s resignation, which crowns that excellent man with glory, opens the career for my...
As you felt So Sensiblÿ for mÿ Sorrows, it is highly becoming, that you Should be among the...
I would not So Soon have intruded again into your dignified retirement had it not been, that you...
In returning you my remarks—I hope to enjoy ere long the satisfaction, that, after a Second...
Yes, I did See from your note of thanks to your neighbours the disaster, which has fall’n to your...
Although I have so lately written, I will not, as mÿ restored health can be no pretext, delaÿ for...
Although I have nothing at present to communicate deserving your attention, but the continuance...
Once more I Shall enjoÿ the Sensation in addressing you as the President of the U.S. but your...
Althoug I am not So happÿ to be the first in making mÿ Compliments to your Excellencÿ; I am...
Musing on Molière, the last precious gift of de Gyzelaer, which I received this summer, I was as...
Fill the glass to the brim—and empty it till the last drop—now you rejoice with your friend on...
You will not be displeased, I am confident, if I address you again a few lines—perhaps—one or...