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301 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William From John Quincy Adams to William Smith, 20 January … 1804-01-20 I inclosed to you last week a copy of a bill now pending before the House of Representatives...
302 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William Stephens From John Quincy Adams to William Stephens Smith, 4 … 1803-04-04 The House of Bird, Savage and Bird, in London, had, when they failed, property, to the amount of...
303 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William Stephens From John Quincy Adams to William Stephens Smith, 2 … 1804-01-02 I find by the newspapers that a Commission of bankruptcy has issued against Robert Bird, and as...
304 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William Stephens From John Quincy Adams to William Stephens Smith, 26 … 1806-03-26 I received last Evening your favour of the 23d:—The appointment of Mr. Schenck had been two or...
305 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William Stephens From John Quincy Adams to William Stephens Smith, 16 … 1806-04-16 I have within these few days successively received your two letters, one of them containing the...
306 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William Stephens From John Quincy Adams to William Stephens Smith, 18 … 1802-01-18 Two months having elapsed since I made the proposal respecting the note of hand due from your...
307 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William Stephens From John Quincy Adams to William Stephens Smith, 23 … 1804-01-23 I have to offer you my best acknowledgments for your obliging attention to my demands before the...
308 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William Stephens From John Quincy Adams to William Stephens Smith, 10 … 1803-05-10 The above is a list of debts, stated by the House of Bird, Savage and Bird, as due to them in...
309 Adams, John Quincy Smith, William Stephens From John Quincy Adams to William Stephens Smith, 20 … 1801-11-20 As your brother has heretofore intimated to mine, that it would suit his convenience to discharge...