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    • Adams, Charles Francis
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    • post-Madison Presidency
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    • Adams, John


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I am glad to find you so happy at college and I myself assure you I feel as much so here there is...
One week has passed already since my arrival here and to us by no means a quiet one. General La...
The past week has scarcely been marked by any occurrence worth relating in a letter, the weather...
It was an unexpected pleasure which I received in your letter of the 17th. of last month, as I...
Time has slipped by most unaccountably during my resolutions constantly expressed of writing to...
In the present dearth of news, and of every thing to make a letter interesting, I am afraid I...
I was much delighted yesterday by the receipt of the letter from you. It assured me that you was...
On this day, one which in this part of the country is considered much as Thanksgiving day is in...
An unaccountable fit of dullness and inability to do any thing, prevented my writing to you on...
Since my last letter the whole family have been suffering from violent colds. I did not escape...