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I have not words, my dear Aunt, to express my gratitude for your kind and consoling letter of the...
I wrote you some time ago, & desired Mr. Lovell, who told me he should see Mr Ames before he left...
Accept my thanks for your kind letter of the 10th. of March last, and for all your other...
I received by Mr. J. Q. Adams the volumes of the “defence of the Constitutions,” for which I...
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of a set of documents, and the second Volume of...
I congratulate you on the news of Peace; and thank God that you and my most excellent Aunt have...
Having neglected writing to you for so long a time, for which I can form no possible Apology,...
In consequence of a note at the bottom of a petition to you in behalf of Charles Houseman , I...
Colo. Charles Semmes, of Alexandria. This gentleman I have never seen, to my knowledge. General...
Mr. John Douglass Simms of Virginia is the son of Colo. Charles Simms for many years collector of...
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of the 7th. Vol. of Wheaton’s Reports, the...
When you permited me to become your correspondent, I did not intend that it should be so long...
No one has felt more deeply impress’d with the occasion which has drawn you to Quincy, than...
Mr John Douglas Simms of Virginia is the son of Col Charles Simms for many years collector of the...
I again take the liberty of troubling you to send to the Post Master Genll. the inclosed...
Phillips has this moment handed me yours of the 5 th. and I now throw by a Qui tam in which I...
Having understood that Mr. Thos. H. Blake, now a resident of Indiana, is an applicant for the...
Understanding that Mr. Alexander Moore is an applicant for the office of Register of Wills for...
Please to present my thanks to my aunt for her kind letter; and accept my congratulations on the...
Upon receipt of your kind letter of the 17th. ulto. I was too deeply afflicted by the information...
I received yesterday your kind letter of 17th. instant, informing me of the death of my dear and...
I beg leave to introduce Mr. John D. Herbert, a respectable gentleman of this place, who I...
I beg you to be assured, my ever honourd & venerated Uncle, that we sympathize most sincerely...
As I know you feel an interest in the prevalence of the pure principles of the Gospel, I take the...
I had the honor, yesterday, to receive your favor of the 31st. ulto. enclosing a letter from Mr....
I duly received your favour of 23d ulto. & am glad to hear your boxes arrived safe. Since I wrote...
Not to acknowledge the many favours I have recieved from you, and the obligations they have laid...
Upon the representations of Mr. Quincy, I made, through him, to Mr. Elwyn, the agent of Lewis...
I should have answer’d your kind letter of 16 th. ult o. before this time, but I have only this...
I intend that this shall be handed to you by my daughter Nancy, who accompanies her sister Mary;...