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Will you, and Mr. Adams attend my marriage which is to be on Thursday Eve. at the Duke of...
Mrs. Adams remains very much the same not worse than the two days past—we have still hopes...
I had the honour to receive your letter, with its’ enclosure for Mrs. Boyd, which was immediately...
I had the pleasure to rcve your Request for a few articls from Canton which I have orderd—I thank...
Mr. Calhoun’s best respects to Mrs. Adams, and he is happy to state, that on an examination of...
Permit me my dear Madam to introduce Mr Preston to your acquaintance, a young Virginian of high...
Your Journals to the inclusive have been regularly received, and have become a sort of necessary...
This day two hundred years our adventurous Ancestors landed at Plymouth—and two years hence will...
Thanks for your Journal of the 26th. There is in human nature a germ of superstition, which has...
Your mother was pronounced so much better this morning that your father has resumed his book—or...
Meeting here Dr. Huntt, who informs us that he left you last Friday at Bordentown, and Charles...
il m’a été bien pénible Madame de partir sans vous revoir et sans scavoir si Je pouvois vous être...
I received last Evening your Letter of the 1st. instt. from New York—I now enclose to you the...
The President, and your son, arrived last night my dear Mrs. Adams; well, and not more fatigued...
Your Letters from Philadelphia of the 15th and 16th. have come to hand—From the last of them I...
I received your Letters written in the Steam Boat, and that from Philadelphia—The immediate...
Thanks for your Journal of the 26th. There is in human nature, a germe of superstition which has...
Last night I received and read your lovely Letter of the 11th: As the three Cantabridgeans were...
Your journal of the 24th. and 25th. has been received—The complaint of cold, and the want of...
Your excellent letter to me arrived at the close of the last week and was brought to me by John...
As I consider y’r ladyship as always imprison’d during a session of Congress I congratulate you...
All your journals have been duly received, and I should not have failed writing to you for the...
Instead of four 5 dollar bills, I enclose you a draft, payable to your order , on a Bank in...
I have to thank you for two amiable letters—the last is of too great importance for me to answer,...
Thomas Hellen was here last Evening and goes to–morrow Morning for Washington—I furnished him...
Mr Henry Warren, a Son of your late friend Dr John Warren—and a young lawyer of promising hopes...
I have received since I wrote you last two letters from you but cannot learn directly from either...
Let me express to you my gratitude for your last note on reading which I had a foretaste of the...
one week more will effectually relieve you from your ennui which perhaps may be succeeded by...
Your Journal beginning the third of the month has given me great pleasure. You are much to be...
I have received your journal to the third of June—which is entertaining and Instructing as usual—...
If Nature in scattering her bounties had bestowed upon me the genius of a Poet or a Painter I...
I have received your Letters of the 9th and 10th. and am able now only to ask you not to be...
A most unpleasant journey was completed by our arrival at Quincy last week where we had the...
As I take a great interest in your pleasures, and your troubles, your last Journal has given me a...
I have received your journal to the third of June—which is entertaining and Instructing as usual—...
We have an interesting question whether by the “middle of the week” which in your Journal of last...
I have just received your Letter from Ballston, with the greater pleasure, as it gives a better...
I have duly received your kind Letters of 11. 12 and 16 instt—I wrote to you at New–York and on...
Receiving on Sunday your rebuke for the blank covers I had forwarded to you, I should have it...
I received Your Letter of July 18th on Saturday 25th. It was a great damper to me, who had been...
It is really afflicting to hear that you are again subjected to painful illness and to observe in...
Ever since the middle of the last month we have been in such a succession of events and...
I thank you for your affectionate remembrance of my birthday—We passed it as pleasantly as...
I write a line to enclose a Letter from Harriet. George has been so steady at Cambridge that I...
Your journal to the 21st. ult—has given me much amusement and much pleasure I want to touch upon...
I have received your Letters of the 13th. and 14th from Lebanon, and rejoice with exceeding joy...
I write you without knowing where or when my Letter will find you, and must therefore I must omit...
Your favor of the 16th. is a reviving cordial in which I have languished for a fortnight—But I...
No Journal received this day—But there was one yesterday, and I hope for one to-morrow—We have...