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    • 1797-09-17


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If I had not supposed, that the Hon. John Quincy Adams, your worthy and amiable Son, would have forwarded to Your Excellency one of the Copy’s of my Discourse on Socrates, considered as a Citizen ; if I had not expected I could write You with freedom and tranquillity on my own affairs, and announce You the end of all the troubles and persecutions, of which my steady adherence to the Cause of...
It is with backwardness, that I again Trespass, with an Epistolary Intrusion, on your Moments:—but the Honor you have confered on me, in the Answer to my late application, calls on me irresistibly to express to you, my Sensibility & Gratitude, for the very polite attention you have paid to that application; as well as the Manner, in which you have communicated it.—I beg leave Sir to assure...