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Ere you can have arrived at Baltimore my beloved Children I address you in the hope that my...
7 Feby. We remained at home all the Evening Morning—Mr Adams dined at the Capitol with Mr Mrs L...
I have received your last Journal, and thank you for it. When the Lady asked you which you...
30th: January—Mr A & the boys dined at Mrs Decaturs & met us at Mr Cannings They found Mrs...
22d The day was very unpleasant and I remained at home until the Evening when we went to the...
1st January. If the weather to day is ominous of the storms of the ensuing year we must not...
Wonderful Woman, wife of a wonderful Man, How it is possible for you with your delicate...
I have received your last Journal and found it entertaining though you seem to think so little of...
Your Journal beginning the third of the month has given me great pleasure. You are much to be...
With high spirits I received the hand writing and the journal of the 1st. of this Month. I opened...
& Miss Mason Capt & Mrs. Crane Mr. Kerby with several others Members of Congress—Mr. Petry came...
14th December. We were all so exhausted that we determined to keep quiet all day at home....
12. December Mrs Frye called today to see me and I went with her to the Kings Picture Gallery and...
Decbr. 3 A Snow Storm—No visitors—In the evening a small party in consequence of the extreme...
1 December 1822 This day being in tolerable health I renew my journal with the intention to...
I have been so much engaged the last week at races parties and Ball it has been impossible for me...
It is sometime since I have written you in consequence of indisposition I have therefore two of...
Your last is written under such disagreeable circumstances it partook a good deal of your general...
I sent you from Philadelphia an odd volume of A Sketch of Old England which I wrote your name in...
Do not suffer your failure to mortify you too much my dear John—It was accidental and must not...
I am much pleased my Dear John by your Letters and hasten to answer the last which was received...
Oh! that I could visit Philadelphia! and run about as I did Forty Eight years ago—to Roman...
Your Letter of the 29 reached me safely the day before yesterday and as it contained information...
It is very long since I had the pleasure of writing to you. considering George a better...
My Brother much as usual. The impossibility of hastening the cure of his very painful desease in...
I yesterday received your Letter which was forwarded to me by George from Washington—Your Uncle...
read my Letter attentively and then tell me if you perceive any thing like harshness abou ? in...
I have been much gratified at hearing of your success at the Exhibition which news has reached us...
I am so concerned about Charles that I once more write to you on the subject and beg of you to...
I will not apologize for not writing as I hate excuses none especially when they are bad or...
I yesterday received your Letter and was very much concerned to observe the depression of spirits...
Being very well I hasten to write you and although you disclaim all merit in a certain...
Being much better in health I seize the opportunity of writing a few lines to you and your...
Altho’ I write with difficulty I cannot resist the temptation and must gratify myself by writing...
I should have answer’d your Letter earlier could I write with my accustomed care but it fatigues...
I have to thank you for two amiable letters—the last is of too great importance for me to answer,...
I have to thank you for two amiable letters—the last is of too great importance for me to answer...
I make no charges against you what ever and on the contrary am delighted to find that if I did...
When at Quincy you have often reproached me for being prejudiced concerning the Unitarians and...
Since my return home George has so well supplied my place in writing to you and we have had so...
In answer to your Letter of 17 which I received last evening I have only to beg that you will...
The plan of your father to follow us as far as the cross roads to Dedham prevented my taking...
Your father yesterday performed his part to admiration and there was as much general satisfaction...
My visit is delayed In consequence of the celebration of the 4th July a day of double interest to...
Your Letter pleased and displeased me; the goodness and purity of your motives can never admit of...
Your Letter reached me last Eveng. and I am very sorry to learn that your Grandfather is so...
I am glad to learn from your favour of 25. of May, that you have Seen Mr and Miss Roach. They had...
Your Letter pleased both your father and myself as your reasoning is very good and shows...
Mr Roach with his Sister and daughter are to dine with us to day he tells me that he had the...
Last night I received and read your lovely Letter of the 11th: As the three Cantabridgeans were...