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Yours my dear Sir, of the 15th Ulto: is in the same stile of partial friendship which I witnessed...
It is very many days since I address’d a line to any of my Quincy friends, and as I think I have...
Yes, my dear Friend—I am indeed the only one of my Father’s house who yet stands in this fading,...
I doubt not Sir, You will be pleased when I tell You that the Evening of my life is smoothed by...
I have myself, my dear Friend, been very unwell since I received your short but consolatory...
The sudden death of a very amiable Grand–Son, has involved myself and family in such deep...
Your Letter of the 24th. Ulto: ought to be early acknowledged by one, who, through a long life...
I did not my dear Mrs. Adams, write by yr Son when last in Plymouth, because I wished to retain...
With the same glow of affection which has for many years been cherished in my bosom, I received...
I cannot express to my dear Mrs. Adams the ardent desire I feel that we might at least have one...
I was much gratified by seeing your signature affixed to a Letter address’d to Mrs. Warren.—I am...
I cannot longer be silent while my friends are mourning the death of such a daughter as was our...
Your very friendly and very afflictive Letter reach’d me this day just as I was sitting down to...
Our mutual Friend Mrs Cushing called upon me a few days since and informed me that she expects...
I am myself, my dear Madam, in great trouble—since my date of yesterday, my amiable son the...
I have not received a Letter for a long time that gave me such real heart-felt pleasure, as yours...
Though I have received no reply to my last, I interrupt Mrs. Adams again on a subject that lays...
The inclosed was written with design to forward by your Son, who I then presumed would have...
I had for several weeks been anticipating the pleasure I have recently received on the arrival of...
A token of Love & Friendship .—What can be more acceptable to a mind of Sensibility?— Your every...
The with in I prepared with design to forward by your Son on his return from Barnstable Court,...
Blessed are the Peace-makers!—In that glorious band of righteous do I class my friend Mrs. Adams....
Though I have felt the complicated affliction that has recently assailed my friends at Quincy, I...
I never received a Letter from my dear Mrs. Adams but that an emotion was awakened which is not...
At a time of life when retirement is sought for, and the release from all political attentions...
You begin your Letter, Sir, of August 8th. with complaints of “new demonstrations of Mrs....
I know not how to satisfy the demands you make upon my time and patience without entering into...
Your fourth Letter like the preceding ones, discovers a fixed determination to mis-construe every...
Before I had an opportunity to forward my reply to yours of July 11th: I received another letter...
After a long suspension of a friendly literary intercourse, it was very unexpected to me this...
Though your last Letter was not immediately answered, I offer no apology but my own frequent...
It is a long time since I have had a line from a friend who for many years I have cordially...
With respect and diffidence, the author asks his acceptance, and presents the two first Volumes...
I take the liberty to direct to the President of the United States, the Prospectus of a work, of...
The painful tidings I have this afternoon transiently heard relative to the health of my long...
Painful necessity has for many months prevented me the use of my own pen,—nor have I seen any...
Mrs. Warren offers respectful Compliments to the President for expressions of esteem that would...
Have I my dear madam appeared negligent in not answering your last friendly letter jest before...
It Can be of little Consequence to you my dear Madam wither Your late adventure with me amounts...
I return my dear madam miss Williams letters with Lovuts memoirs— am much obliged & hope have not...
Plymouth, Massachusetts, 10 Apr. 1791 . Transmitting a volume of her poems to be registered for...
An unsealed letter from you came to my hand this day. for the letter I thank you as it contained...
though the vice president of the United States &, his lady may have forgotten Mrs Warren. yet her...
Though it is my wish to prefix the inclosed dedication to a volume prepared for the press I would...
Presuming on the confidential and unremitting friendship that has long subsided between...
You are too well acquainted with the history of the world & the distress of mankind to Expect to...
How dos my dear M rs Adams like the City of New york: its manners & amusements as it may probably...
Uncertain whither Mrs. Adams has yet returned from her excursion to N-York I enclose to you:...
one line by my son inquires after the health of my Friend, at Braintree. do you begin to feel at...
I thank my dear M rs Adams for M rs Montagues observation, on the writings of shakespear which I...