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At the time when the contest for the Presidency, produced a general discussion relative to the...
By a great favour and a mere Accident, I have lately obtained for a few hours, the loan of A...
Orator, and the printed Sheets you speak of in your letter of the 12th. instant, were, as you...
I have received from Mr. John M Carter, Your “Inquiry,” in 656 Pages, neatly bound. If I had any...
I have received your Inquiry in a large Volume, neatly bound. Though I have not read it in...
It is unnecessary to discuss, the nice distinctions, which follow in the first page of your...
I believe that none but Helvetius will affirm that all Children are born with equal Genius. None...
That Aristocracies, both ancient and modern have been “variable and artificial” as well as...
Lest any letter of December the 24th. last, in answer to yours of the 12th. of the same month,...
I chearfully interrupt the series of Letters, I was writing to you, to acknowledge the Receipt of...
I return you with regret your pamphlet printed in 1776, in the form of a letter to a friend. The...
I have recd your favour of May. 20, with the thoughts on Government, returned in good condition....
When your new Democratical Republick meets, you will find half a dozen Men of independent...
In the third page of your “Inquiry”, is an Assertion, which Mr. Adams has a right to regret as a...
Suppose another case which is not without examples; a family of Six daughters. Four of them are...
What Shall I Say, of the “Resemblance, of our House of Representatives to a legislating Nation.”?...
Observation fourth. “By modifying our temporary, elective, responsible Governors, into Monarchs.”...
“Whether the terms ‘Monarchy, Aristocracy, and Democracy,’ or the one, the few, and the many, are...
In your fourth page you “are unable to discover, In Oour form of Government, any resemblance of...
You “are unable to discover in our form of Government any resemblance of Aristocracy.” As every...
In my last, I ventured to Say, that I would hint, in this, at a principal Misconception that had...
In your 4th page, you give Us your Opinion “that the moral Efforts of Mankind, towards political...
In this fourth page you say, that “Mr. Adams’s System tells Us that the Art of Government can...
In this Number I have to hint at some causes, which impede the course of investigation in will...
Mr Adams’s System is that of Pope, in his Essay on Criticism; “First follow Nature and your...
In your fifth page You Say “Mr. Adams calls our Attention to hundreds of wise and virtuous...
I hope my last Letter convinced you, that Democracy is as restles as ambitious as warlike and...
In my Apology, if you like that Word better than “Defence” I passed over England for more reasons...
The Corporeal Inequalities among Mankind, from the Cradle, and from the Womb, to the Age of...
When Superior genius gives greater Influence in Society than is possessed by inferiour Genius or...
I have not yet finished what the Poets call an Episode, and Prosemen a digression. Can you...
I am Still upon Birth and my Seventh Argument is. 7. It was a Custom among the Greeks and Romans;...
A Word or two more upon Birth. 10thly. Birth is naturally and necessarily, and inevitably So...
In page 10. You Say, “Mr Adams, has omitted a Cause of Aristocracy in the quotation, which he...
Give me leave to add a few Words, on this Topick. I remember the Time when three Gentlemen,...
“Knowledge” you Say invented Alienation, and became the natural Enemy of Aristocracy. This...
Suppose Congress Should at one Vote, or by one Act, declare all the Negroes in the United States,...
You remember I have reserved a right of employing twenty years to answer your Book, because you...
That the first Want of Man is his Dinner, and the second his Girl, were truths well known to...
I drop you a line to apprise you of an error in numbering your letters. Numbers 23 & 25 have been...
The Correction in your favour of the 10th is exact. I pray you to restore No. 24 to its place No....
A few Words more concerning the Characters of litterary Men. What Sort of Men have had the...
I am sorry you terminated your strictures upon my Enquiry because it is probable that I may...
The painful difficulty of holding a pen which has been—growing upon me for many years & now in...
During a long illness, from which I am not yet recovered, the reveries which usually amuse sick...
I have received with kindness and thank fullness, your learned work upon the Constitution—I have...
While I was prepareing to send to the Post office a letter to you, written on the 12th. I...