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No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
1 Cunningham, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Cunningham, 11 March 1809 1809-03-11 On the first of the month I received your favour of the 22d. ult. with a copy of a speech of a...
2 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 13 March 1809 1809-03-13 When a young man I read Sidney upon government. In one of his Chapters, he agitates the following...
3 Cunningham, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Cunningham, 14 March 1809 1809-03-14 My solicitude to see your strictures upon Mr. Pickering’s Letter was satisfied by the last mail....
4 Lyman, Joseph Adams, John To John Adams from Joseph Lyman, 21 March 1809 1809-03-21 The slight personal acquaintance I have had with you would not entitle me to the honour of...
5 Sumner, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Sumner, 22 March 1809 1809-03-22 Inclosed is a Letter which I have this morning received from a particular Friend of mine, who is...
6 Clark, Robert Adams, John To John Adams from Robert Clark, 23 March 1809 1809-03-23 Seeing a letter this morning in the Chronicle (a paper which has universally been calumniateing...
7 Draper, Simeon Adams, John To John Adams from Simeon Draper, 23 March 1809 1809-03-23 being a perticuler Friend of yours, Take the liberty to inclose this Letter, and ask the...
8 Morse, Jedidiah Adams, John To John Adams from Jedidiah Morse, 27 March 1809 1809-03-27 I recd. your letter of the 9th. inst—(nearly a fortnight after its date) accompanying Dr....
9 Cunningham, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Cunningham, 31 March 1809 1809-03-31 I know not when my sensibilities have been more exquisitely touched than they were by the perusal...
10 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 1 April 1809 1809-04-01 It would be well, if legislators were taught before they begin to legislate, that there are...