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I thank you for your kind Letters I agree with you that we can never be thankful enough for the...
The events of this month, have been to me almost overwhelming. They have excited my sensibility...
I sincerely sympathise & condole with you in the Death of your Daughter in Law, such losses are...
“Where Adams from a noisy world withdrew Sick of Glory faction, power & pride Sure judge how...
In one of your letters if I remember right, you expressed a desire to see my letters to Mr....
In your last Letter you requested copies of my Letters to Dr. Price. They are inclosed— These...
In your last letter you request copies of my letters to Dr Price. They are inclosed. These...
How deeply I thank you. Our Quincy Library will be honord with the name of Vanderkemp. Virgil and...
Thanks for the renewed testimony of your friendship in your kind letter of the 20th.— If JQ. or...
Thanks for the renewed testimony of your letter of the 20th frindship and your kind letter of the...
A friend in need, is a friend indeed; you must certainly have read Shakespear, and have learnt...
I have transmitted to Mr. Quincy, extracts from two of your letters, relative to the name and...
The unexpected Visit of Judge Smith to my Cottage, was highly interesting, and acceptable—and I...
In Answer to your kind favour of the 21st. I have had a very feeble Winter and am Still afflicted...
I owe you a letter or two I believe, and my Conscience smites me for the neglect,—and my daring...
I thank you for your Letter of the 3d. October and the Seeds inclosed, which my Son will use to...
If you may not murmur when you approach seventy, surely I ought not when I approach ninety; and...
I thank you for your favour of the first of the Month—We have had for some time, no subject of...
It is a custom on the Demise of Princes for all classes of Men in Society to present to the...
I wrote you this Morning before I received your delightful letter of the 7th. which has opened a...
I have two kind letters from you to acknowledge one of the 9th September, and one of the 20th....
The information in your last letter, of your return to your garden and your records has given me...
Your favour of the Sixth of July has afflicted me. My Minister Mr Whitney lately told Us, what I...
Pray tell me how you apply the sublimate Murcury for the cure of externally and internally of...
Pray tell me how you apply the sublimate murcury for the cure external’y and internally of weak...
I see by your favour of May 10th that we must all grow Old—but you have not yet experienced one...
I have recd. your kind favour of the 4th. of March and thank you for your kind rememberance of...
I cannot answer your two last Letters. Of Thomas Adams I know nothing; except that a Man of that...
As Misery is Said to derive Some consolation from the Misery of others; your Letter of 18. Septr....
I thank you for your favour of the 16th. My Health is that of the quivering Flame over the dying...
I Sincerely condole with you in the loss of your Friends Walker Wislar and Bray. I Sincerely...
James Otis Counsellor, Colonel &c &c &c Said to me Some fifty or Sixty years ago “John; when I...
I rejoice in all your Felicities described in your favour of 29th. Nov. What a Contrast between...
Mr J. A Smiths appointment was not by J. Q. A but by the President “Sancte Socrate ora pro nobis”...
Your kind Letter of the 8th. and the enclosed Biography have been read with all the interest...
Your favour of 24th. Janry. is received. Inclosed is your Basanister and a Monthly Repository,...
I do declare that I can write Greek better than you do, though I cannot Say, So well as you can,...
I believe I must endorse you over, or rather bequeath you as a Legacy to The Philosopher of...
Your Letter of the 16th. would occupy me for 12 months, when I know not that I have 12 days to...
Do you think Basanistes, would bear Publication in this Country? Would an Edition of it, do good...
Thanks for your third of Aug.—Griefs upon Griefs! Disappointments upon Disappointments! All is...
The Old Folk, returning last Evening from an Airing which has become daily necessary for both, to...
As I stand in great need of a Casuist in Phylosophy, Morality and Christianity; to whom Should I...
At the hazard of the little Vision that is left me I have read your Travels in the Wilderness...
Your favours of November and January have not been acknowledged. The Politiques de Pous les...
May your anticipations of another Visit to Quincy be reallised! Much good may your Theological...
Your affecting favour of 16. Aug. is before me. The natural bent of my mind has the honour to...
I have read D’Argens’s Ocellus, Timæus and Julian. Instead of being Sincere he appears to me to...
Can you and will you be So good as to give me any information concerning a Work intitled “Le...
I forgot in my last the most brilliant Topick, of all that splendid Phenomenon in the female...