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I recollect with great satisfaction the many pleasant days, that in time of my departed Consort,...
I am much affected with your kind letter of the 4th. You are not alone Sir, in your change of...
I recollect with much satisfaction the friendly and familiar intercourse between Major Fuller his...
Is not your lively imagination a little exalted, you certainly have exalted my name to a greater...
I thank you for your kind congratulation of the Feby. 17—which you have fortified with so many...
My father has this moment returned from Mr Owens lecture & informs me that he has not recieved...
I have placed your Note in the hands of my father who has this minute returned home & he directs...
I have transmitted your letter to Mr Adams but in total despair of success. The heads of...
John Quincy Adams was born in Braintree, now called Quincy, in the year 1767, in the white house,...
I enclose you a letter from honest Spafford. I do it with great reluctance but he has so much...