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In the middle of a Letter to Petersbourg this Morning Mrs Adams came in and invited me to take a...
I have read, my dear Sir, with great pleasure your elegant Eulogium, in your favour of the 27th...
Though your Letters give me great Pleasure, I Should regret the Receipt even of your favour of...
I have received your kind Letter of the 18th of this month with your Oration on the 4th. Your...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Rush , & his thanks for the copy of his oration of...
In what terms can I address you? There are none that can express my Sympathy with you and your...
No one has taken a more sincere part than myself in the affliction which has lately befallen your...
Your kind Letter of the 6th has interested me more than any one I have received Since my last...
Your favor of the 12 th came to hand yesterday and I thank you for the kind attention you are so...
I have duly recieved your favor of June 27. and in that mine of Jan. 21 1812. I pray you to...
Your favour of June 29th has given me feelings, like those I always enjoyed when writing to your...
Thanks for your favour of the 2d. The “Portion of time that you can command every day” affords me...
“When I had an army to create, I would have called for the list of Revolutionary officers and...
You must live to be 77 years and 9 months old, before you can know how much I am obliged to you...
Th: Jefferson acknoleges the reciept from mr Richard Rush of the originals of his letters of Apr....
If G. B. did not mean to acceed to the Russian mediation G. B. has acted the part of a Jocky, or...
I know not, whether Perry’s Victory is not the greatest Action in naval History. His Age, the...
Hendrick William Gordon Esquire I understand has been recommended to be Collector of direct taxes...
My most reverend Dearling presents her compliments. She highly applauds and greatly admires a...
You have most unexpectedly procured for me a very high gratification, by making me acquainted...
I have nothing to Say at present to that enchanting Lady who So easily drew my Correspondent from...
When I meet The beattified Spirit I Shall Say to him, with our mutual frankness, “Sir you ought...
A thousand thanks for your favour of 25 and 31. Ult. The Times are too serious to write. I expect...
If I may judge of others by myself, Mr Hay had no cause of Apprehension that he Should be...
I perceive by your Letter of the 7th. that Mr Hay is married to a beautiful little girl, that I...
As I have been, in the course of my life, 200 or 300 times in an “Agony of Embarrassment” I...
While I am reading a Letter from you, I almost forget that I have lost my delightfull...
Your favour of the 20th has given me great pleasure; because it informs me that you are happy....
I long to See the narrative of Dr Rush’s Life. I hope it will be printed. The Anecdote relative...
I can write you little, but the history of my diseases and their Symptoms. Your kind favour of...
There is an height, beyond which the proudest Wave cannot ascend: there is a depth, at least a...
There are two Men in this World, who shall know and Esteem each other, if I can bring them...
After this Letter was written and erroneously inclosed I recd yours of 23d which is merry and...
Your Letter of the 23 has given me as much gaiety as all the fine Weather of the month Mr...
J Madison requests a Consultation with the Heads of Depts. tomorrow (tuesday) at one OClock, &...
“Alexander a Republican”! Was not Napoleon a Republican? A Republican Signifies, “any thing,...
As my Husband has thought it proper to inclose a Letter, received from our Son to the president,...
I have much pleasure in introducing to you Francis C. Gray Esqr a Son of our late Lt. Governor....
Thanks for yours of Dec. 24. I Still entertain hopes that New England will not be forever...
The occasion which led to your favor of this morning merits all our congratulations, and I...
The Sight of a well known hand, made my heart leap, before I opened your Letter of the 6th. the...
Your two Letters of the 27th Ult. have been recd. with the Enclosures, for all which I thank you....
It does not Signify, to grow old. You never can get rid of worldly Affairs. I never was more...
The first Thing that Struck me when I recd your favour of the 15th. was the Seal. I will not tell...
My Grandson William Stuben Smith, having returnd from Russia, where he has resided with his uncle...
“Watchman! What of the Night?” To what hour of the Evening are We advanced? How many hours remain...
I return the Ed: Review with my thanks for the opportunity of perusing the chapter on France,...
The inclosed letter from Commodore Patterson inclosed to me by Mr. Homans, presents several...
I might perhaps agee with Mr Grattan, that Mr Burke had read more of the Brittish Poets than even...
I thank you for your favour of the 20th and the Extracts which are very consolatory. I have...