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What is the News ? Please send me some Copies of the Message if ready— Yrs &c— DLC : Peter Force...
Mr Elliot has sent to ask permission to have a copy of the Message, so as to put it in his...
Mr J. Adams presents his compliments to Mr Southard, and will be much obliged if he will inform...
I hereby authorise John Adams in my name and behalf to make proposals for renewing the Insurance,...
Norfolk, ss. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, to Daniel Greenleaf Esquire, Josiah Bass, Gentleman,...
From Diary of George Whitney: “Spent a few minutes with him in conversation, and took from him a...
By the direction of the Committee of Arrangements for the Approaching national Anniversary I have...
On the eve of the great national jubilee, in which you have providentially been continued to...
Col House of U.S. Army now stationed at Fort Independence in my neighborhood, has favored me with...
I am deeply sensible of all your kind feelings towards me, as express’d in your affectionate...
As chairman of a committee appointed by the citizens of Washington to make arrange for...
Your very polite and cordial letter of invitation, written to me in behalf of the City...
So many months are past Since I received a Single line from Massachusetts—in former days I was...
Your letter of the 3d Instant, written on behalf of the Committee of Arrangements, for the...
With the profoundest reverence of respect, it has again fallen to my happy lot, in behalf of the...
With the profoundest reverence of respect, it has again fallen to my happy lot, in behalf of the...
I have the honor to transmit to you the enclosed communication from a Committee of the...
The ensuing Fourth of July being the Semi=Centenial Anniversary of the Declaration of American...
I have received your polite letter of the 28th. with the Splendid testimonial of the benevolence...
I rejoice that you have arrived safely at Princeton where may your health be perfectly...
Having after much persuasion prevailed upon my Cousin to remain still longer with us, we were...
The summer has come upon us very rapidly without giving us any of our usual Spring weather. Some...
The warm season has come again and delightful as it is to me, is no doubt also very acceptable to...
I wrote before I left Roxbury expressing as I really felt my deep regret that I could not see you...
The Corporation of the City of New York have caused medals to be struck, to commemorate the...
My last letter I believe, evinced a degree of excitement very uncommon for me. But the...
I have from day, to day, for the last fortnight flatter’d myself with an improvement, so far as...
a Bostonian who reveres the “Sage of Quincy” takes the liberty of transmitting him this newspaper...
Your letter of March 25th. has been a cordial to me, and the more consoling as it was brought by...
Your letter of March 25 th has been a cordial to me, and the more consoling as it was brought by...