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11 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 27 February 1804 1804-02-27 The bill to protect foreign seamen, has been again debated this day, and various alterations in...
12 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 1 June 1801 1801-06-01 I continue as long as possible to send you my gazette; but I now hope in the course of three...
13 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 2 March 1802 1802-03-02 I have very much regretted, my dear Sir, that the severity of the Season has deprived us of the...
14 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 27 January 1808 1808-01-27 I have already written you a very long letter in answer to your favour of the 8th: instt:—and...
15 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 25 April 1801 1801-04-25 As I am informed there is a vessel soon to sail from Amsterdam for Boston I now forward to Mr....
16 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 28 March 1806 1806-03-28 I have two letters from you which ought to have been answered some time since, but I have only...
17 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 12 October 1803 1803-10-12 Since writing the within letter, I have seen Coll. Smith, who informs me that my Sister will...
18 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 1 May 1801 1801-05-01 I have received, and communicated to this Government, my recall from the mission here—I shall...
19 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 28 March 1801 1801-03-28 It is my intention during the short time that I expect to remain here, to send you from time to...
20 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 31 January 1804 1804-01-31 This prohibition of the admission of slaves into Louisiana, is like the drawing of a jaw tooth—We...