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M r Rebello of Brazil, who has rendered us an agreeable visit tells me you will be in Washington...
I inclose you a letter to miss Wright, and another to yourself which came to me some time ago,...
I have never been more gratified by the reading of a book than by that of Flourens which you were...
I was made very happy by your letter, from New York 20th: September. I regretted your short visit...
This, my dear friend will be handed you by Tho s Jefferson Randolph who goes with his fellow...
I have duly recieved, my dear friend and General, your letter of the 1 st from Philada, giving us...
The mail, my dear Friend, succeeding that which brought us the welcome news of your arrival on...
I send this letter by my two grandsons, George Washington Adams and Charles Francis Adams to...
I this instant learn, my dear friend, that you have safely reached the shores, where you will be...
Two dislocated wrists and crippled fingers have rendered writing so slow and laborious as to...
I will, not, my dear friend, undertake to quote by their dates the several letters you have...
David Hinckley Esqr of Boston a Gentleman of ample Fortune & respectable Character is about to...
I did not receive, my dr. frd. your favor of July 1. till a few weeks ago. It came thro’ the post...
I know, my dear friend, that the title of American alone is a passport to your attentions and...
I know the kindness, my dear friend, with which you recieve all Americans, and I think it...
This will be delivered you by mr Wilson a gentleman of this state, well informed, of fine...
It is long indeed, my very dear friend, since I have been able to address a letter to you. for...
I have received, my dear friend, your kind letter of July 22 inclosing your printed opinion on...
In a letter to M. Poirey of Mar. 18. 19. I informed him of the success of our application to...
I have been at length, my dear friend, able to get the claim of M. Poirey passed by congress, & I...
Altho’, dear Sir, much retired from the world, and medling little in it’s concerns, yet I think...
Mr Paudlin, transmitted your kind introductory Letter to me from New York, and I presume went to...
I recieved, my dear friend, yesterday evening only your letter of Jan. 21. and this day I write...
Your last favor bears date Jany. 25. 1816. I wish I could add to the information you possess on...
Your Friend J. Q. A has given me Such an Account of his kind reception by your Family and of his...
Major Samuel Sweet, who had has served in the American Army attached to General Izzards Staff, as...
In my letter of Feb. 14. I mentioned to you that a well qualified author was writing, in my...
Your letter of Aug. 14. has been recieved and read again & again with extraordinary pleasure. it...
The last letters I have recieved from you were of Apr. 22. May 20. July 4. of the preceding year....
Your favor of Mar. 15. by the Essex came safely to hand. I can not disapprove the disposition you...