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Your letter of Nov. 14. & 26. my dearest Grandpapa, gave me a degree of pleasure only to be understood by those, who, like me, are far separated from the best and kindest friends; it is some compensation for the pains of absence, this increased sensibility to the pleasures left still within our reach, whereby an occasional & limited intercourse with those dearest to us, acquires a value so...
My daughter who had the honor of spending few days at your house the last winter in company with Mess rs Webster & Ticknor have informed me that you were pleased to make some enquiries respecting the Gardiner Lyceum I take the liberty to enclose you a copy of its laws recently adopted which contain a mode of discipline novel in our country but one which we think calculated to prevent this...
I wrote you a letter yesterday of which you will be free to make what use you please. this will contain matters not intended for the public eye. I see as you do, and with the deepest affliction, the rapid strides with which the federal branch of our government is advancing towards the usurpation of all the rights reserved to the states, and the consolidation in itself of all powers foreign and...