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The american academy of arts & sciences, founded when their country was struggling for freedom and independance, which your exertions have so greatly tended to establish, beg ask leave to offer you their congratulations on your election to the office of first magistrate in a nation where the rights of men are respected and truly supported. They are authorized in led to pay ing this tribute to...
Meeting with you at a regular Period established by Law, I expected nothing more, than those habitual Expressions of your friendship, which I have, constantly received, as one of your Associates, upon all Such occasions. This elegant Address, therefore, as it was not foreseen, is the more acceptable Coming from Gentlemen whose fame for Science and Literature as well as for every civil and...
The inclosed oration concerning Citizen Socrates is presented to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences by one of their most learned and respectable foreign Members, Professor Luzac of Leyden, late Rector magnificus in the University of that City—He is himself in many respects, the Socrates he draws— With my best Respects to all friends I / Remain your obt. MHi : Adams Family Papers,...
As on Assembling Meeting with you, at the regular Period of your Legal Meeting established by Law, I expected nothing more than those Testimonials Expressions of your Friendship, which I have constantly received upon all such occasions as one of your Associates: this elegant Address is therefore the more agreable as it was not foreseen. coming from Gentlemen whose Fame for Science and...