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The Pamphlet I lent you and the Letters from Governor Mackean you may retain for the time you...
I am much obliged to you for your favour of the 10th. Your political sentiments, so far as you...
I am charmed with the Chirography of your Letter of the Eleventh of September to your...
Your beautiful letter of Sept 11th has given me great pleasure. You are at a very respectable...
I have received your pleasing letter of Sept. 12. Your Situation is indeed delightful: But I hope...
The fundamental Article of my political Creed is, that Despotism, or unlimited Sovereignty, or...
The fundamental Article of my political Creed is, that Despotism, or unlimited Sovereignty, or...
Every one of your letters has given me great pleasure, and none more than No. 6. Aug. 15 just...
To your studies in Jurisprudence, I wish all the success, which you can possibly wish for...
May your anticipations of another Visit to Quincy be reallised! Much good may your Theological...
your delightful letter of the 31st of October, has made us all happy, and seems to be a sensible...
Can you give me any Account of a Translation of the New Testament with notes made by Beausobre...
your friendly letter of 31st October, has given me great pleasure. But if Envy were lawful I...
Your very instructive letter of 31st. August is the last I have recd. from you. Several to your...
On September 11th. I wrote you a line inclosed in a pacquet with four original letters from...
I have “given your Letter, to your Daughter” and my lovely Neice Miss Abigail A Shaw, and “your...
Mr John C. Gray, Son of your Friend the once Lt. Governor will present this Letter to you. By the...
I have received and read your address before the Berkshire Society for the promotion of...
I accept with gratitude your Oration on the 4th of July 1815. Having read it over & over with...
I have heard much of your progress in French German & Russian but little of your Proficiency in...
Cobbets Letter to Niles, inclosed in yours of the 17th, with some of his usual fooleries,...
Your capacity is as Smart and quick and ready, and retentive as any bodies. I Should not...
This will be presented by my grandson and namesake, and your Nephew John Adams Smith, Esqr who is...
I thank you for your favour of the 10th & 12th. I can only say that I wish you a pleasant voyage,...
I recd, last night your pleasing Letter of the 9th of Aug. which is the latest date We have had...
The young Gentlemen are all flying to Europe, and apply to me for Introductions to our Ambassador...
I wrote you this morning by Doctor Reynolds and now write by Colonel Thomas Aspinwall, your...
Your favour of the fourth, has diffused a glow of Joy, in our obscure Village, where our dear...
A Gentleman, whose Name is Reynolds a Native of Boston, a Graduate at Cambridge, a Pupil in...
Thanks for your favour of the 2nd. & the valuable pamphlet “America Jurisprudence” With no less...
Your favour of September the 30th. was received last night. Your frank avowal of your birth in...
I rejoice in the publication of the pamphlet under the title of “Facts relative to the campaign...
Ego recepi tua epistolam a te scriptam Vigesimo tribus mensis Julii. ubi nuntius te a bombardâ...
Your Friend J. Q. A has given me Such an Account of his kind reception by your Family and of his...
Mr John C Gray is to take this letter, & with it my fervent wishes for your happiness, & for that...
Mr John Chipman Gray, who is to be the Bearer of this Letter is about to make the Tour of Europe,...
I know not whether you have read Tristram Shandy, or The Sentimental Journey or the Sermons or...
I know not by what right or colour of right, I address you: but as the World agrees that you are...
I thank you for your Letter of the 19th. and the important Box. I pray you to express to my...
If any thing in my power to write, could promote the cause of Justice I should undertake it, with...
For some time past I have been unable to read write or See.—So that it has been impossible for me...
I thank you for your kind Letter of July 26. Your Visit to Mr Clarksons must have been very...
You cannot imagine, how much pleasure, your Letter of July 24th gave me. Your Father and Mother...
I have recd. your Number 2. June 30th. Number 3 and your June 8th. without number. I am Sorry you...
Your affecting favour of 16. Aug. is before me. The natural bent of my mind has the honour to...
Though you may think the inclosed Letter from Mr Sears to Mr Marston, out of date; I inclose it...
I have received Letters from you all, and you know not how gratifying they have been to my heart....
I have received your letter of the 31st of August by Captain Brownson. I saw in an American Paper...
I feel so uneasy, on your account, that I want to write to you, every hour. But I am become so...
I received yr last, with great pleasure and with Still more your Sensible Letter of the 17th of...