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I take pleasure in introducing to your acquaintance the Revd. Mr Barber, who has been some years...
The enclosed note from Mr King, will inform you of the Event of this day, upon which I can only...
I have written to my brother this day, informing him that I have consented that you and Charles...
I take great pleasure in introducing to your acquaintance, Mr. David Hoffman, a distinguished...
I hereby authorise John Adams in my name and behalf to make proposals for renewing the Insurance,...
I enclose you a Post-Note upon the Branch Bank of the United States at Boston, for Nine hundred...
I take much satisfaction in presenting to you, the Bearer of this Letter, the Count de Medem,...
I have forwarded to you a Copy of the Additional Census of Alabama, in virtue of an Act of...
I send you the enclosed pamphlet, at the request of Mr John Williams, a native of North Carolina,...
I have requested Mr. Edward Cruft to pay you on my account two hundred and fifty dollars on the...
You have been made acquainted with the controversy in which I have been for some Months engaged...
I received with much pleasure you new year’s Letter, with the copy of the Lamp–lighter’s address,...
In pursuance of a joint Resolution, of the two Houses of Congress, a copy of which is hereto...
If your Letter of 20. May were the only one from you upon my files yet unanswered, every look at...
The enclosed papers numbered 1. and 2. are copies 1 Of a Letter from Mr Bassett, Chairman of a...
Mr G. W. Campbell is going out as Envoy Extraordinary, and Minister Plenipotentiary from the...
I take great pleasure in presenting to you the bearer of this letter, Mr Juli u s de Wallenstein,...
The three papers written by me, recommending the system of neutrality , as the duty and policy of...
I have been highly gratified in recieving your kind Letter of the 10th. instant.—I hope you will...
I have received your two Letters; and have since then also received a Letter from President...
By a Letter from my Son John, I have this day been apprized, of that afflictive dispensation of...
Your Letter of the 15th. instt. which informed me of the part assigned to you at the next...
I have received from President Kirkland, his answer to my enquires respecting your standing as a...
I have received three Letters from you since I have been here, all grumbling Letters; and all...
I have received your Letter of the 16th. instt. and have given deliberate attention to its...
The proposal contained in your Letter of the 12th. instt. does equal honour to your head and to...
I have duly received your Letter of the 10th. instant, and take great consolation in learning...
I was desirous of offering you some token of my dutiful Affection, upon yesterday’s anniversary;...
Yesterday your kind Letter of 29 September came to hand I thank you for your Congratulations upon...
I have had some time on hand your Letter of the 4th. instt. and although it would have given me...
Upon your return to Cambridge at the beginning of your Senior year, I wish to remind you of your...
Your Letter of the 28th. of last Month, has this day brought me the most distressing intelligence...
A man encumbered with my indispensable duties and occupations must have some apology for the...
I have received your Letter of the12th. instt. In the Letter to which it was the answer, it was...
Know all Men by those Presents, that I John Quincy Adams, of Boston in the County of Suffolk,...
Your Subscription for the National Intelligencer is stopped, and the enclosed receipt is in full...
Your dear Mother has this day received your Letter of the 3d: instant, which gave us both much...
We were a long time without hearing from your brother George or you, at all, and when at last we...
Mr De Bresson, a Secretary to the French Legation at this place, and his Lady who is a daughter...
I answer without delay your Letter of the 18th: instt. concerning Mrs. Clark—My wife has already...
It has given me great satisfaction to learn that a part has be assigned to you to perform at the...
I have received you kind Letter of the 3d: instant, full of good counsel, of which I hope at the...
I have received your two Letters of 5 and 22. April—with much pleasure; and it would have been...
I have to answer two Letters from you—one of 28 October, and the other of 13. November—Tant va la...
I have been delighted in receiving your Letter of the 7th: instant, and am glad that you have...
Your Letters of 21 and 26 Novr. and of the 8th: instant have been received—Of Mr Mason the bearer...
I have received with much pleasure your Letter of the 9th: instt. and hasten to answer it, that I...
I hasten to assure you that I have never been displeased with you for not writing to me more...
As the Season of business and of gaity in London, advances, we have found from the experience of...