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John Adams being invited to attend a celebration of the late anniversary, declined what it would...
Do not expect to escape so, I have a hundred if not a thousand letters to write you. which...
I thank you for your address to the Peace Society. I have heard it with great pleasure It is...
I have recieved your favr of the 17th. Decr. Your favour of the 17th Decr. You may do what you...
I thank you for your Oration of the fourth of July 1822. It is so intelligent, eloquent, and...
Will you be so good as to procure for me a piece of white marble four and twenty inches in length...
From Diary of George Whitney: “Spent a few minutes with him in conversation, and took from him a...
I am very much obliged to your excellent mother—your amiable lady and your worthy self for the...
I pray you to accept my thanks for a very elegant present, which delicious as it is in itself is...
My father has this moment returned from Mr Owens lecture & informs me that he has not recieved...