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2311 Colman, Henry Adams, John To John Adams from Henry Colman, 2 November 1818 1818-11-02 I have just learnt by this morning’s mail, with heartfelt grief, the death of Mrs Adams. I have...
2312 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John To John Adams from John Quincy Adams, 2 November 1818 1818-11-02 By a Letter from my Son John, I have this day been apprized, of that afflictive dispensation of...
2313 Adams, John Quincy Adams, John From John Quincy Adams to John Adams, 2 November 1818 1818-11-02 Your Letter of the 28th. of last Month, has this day brought me the most distressing intelligence...
2314 Madison, James Adams, John Quincy From James Madison to John Quincy Adams, 2 November … 1818-11-02 I have received your letter of the 22 ult: and enclose such extracts from my notes relating to...
2315 Jefferson, Thomas Gibson, Patrick Thomas Jefferson to Patrick Gibson, 3 November 1818 1818-11-03 Yours of the 21 st is recieved, and with respect to the 14. barrels of condemned flour, I will...
2316 Jeffreys, George Washington Jefferson, Thomas George Washington Jeffreys to Thomas Jefferson, 3 … 1818-11-03 Not knowing the address of Col Randolph , your son in Law the enclosed letter is sent to your...
2317 Rush, Julia Stockton Adams, John To John Adams from Julia Stockton Rush, 4 November 1818 1818-11-04 With the deepest regret I have read in our papers an account of the death of Mrs Adams. Will you...
2318 Van der Kemp, François Adriaan Adams, John To John Adams from François Adriaan Van der Kemp, 4 … 1818-11-04 I must then Submit to the painful task of condoling you with the irreparable loss—and yet—my Dear...
2319 Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson Welsh, Harriet From Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams to Harriet Welsh, 4 … 1818-11-04 Expecting constantly to hear from you my dear Harriet I have felt involuntarily inclined to...
2320 Bowditch, Nathaniel Jefferson, Thomas Nathaniel Bowditch to Thomas Jefferson, 4 November 1818 1818-11-04 I have just received your much esteemed letter of the 26 th ult. containing the highly honorable...
2321 Belair, Lewis Descoins Jefferson, Thomas Lewis D. Belair to Thomas Jefferson, 6 November 1818 1818-11-06 Yours under date of The 27 th and 31 t ul to , duly Came to hand, The answers of which have...
2322 Dearborn, Henry Jefferson, Thomas Henry Dearborn to Thomas Jefferson, 6 November 1818 1818-11-06 On the 4 th ins t I had the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 27 th of Octob r . Pikes...
2323 Murphy, William Sumter Jefferson, Thomas William S. Murphy to Thomas Jefferson, 6 November 1818 1818-11-06 Ever since the establishment of the Bank of the U.S, I have diligently enquired, wherever I could...
2324 Watkins, Henry Edward Jefferson, Thomas Henry E. Watkins to Thomas Jefferson, 6 November 1818 1818-11-06 You were good enough to say, when I had the pleasure of seeing you in Stanton , that you would...
2325 Adams, John Quincy Smith, John Adams From John Quincy Adams to John Adams Smith, 7 November … 1818-11-07 It is not for me to complain that the private correspondence between you and me has ceased—for I...
2326 Madison, James Brown, Jacob From James Madison to Jacob Brown, [7 November] 1818 1818-11-07 I have rcd. 2 copies of the proceedings of the Agr. Socy. of Jefferson Cy. in Sepr last: for wch....
2327 Stevens, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Stevens, 7 November 1818 1818-11-07 The vast importance, in my humble opinion, of the subject matter of the communications herewith...
2328 Taylor, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Taylor, 7 November 1818 1818-11-07 I do my self the pleasure to introduce to your acquaintance our relation Richard Taylor Jr, son...
2329 Coffee, William John Jefferson, Thomas William J. Coffee to Thomas Jefferson, 7 November 1818 1818-11-07 As I promised you at when at monticello , so had I previous to the reciept of your Verey...
2330 Coffee, William John Jefferson, Thomas Enclosure: William J. Coffee’s Memorandum to Thomas … 1818-11-07 notes on the Roman Cement This Cement is not A Composition It is A natural production of A Very...
2331 Perry, John M. Agreement by John M. Perry to Sell Lands to Central … 1818-11-07 Articles of Agreement entered into this seventh day of November 1818 Between John M Perry of the...
2332 Stevens, John Jefferson, Thomas John Stevens to Thomas Jefferson, 7 November 1818 1818-11-07 The vast importance, in my humble opinion, of the subject matter of the communications herewith...
2333 Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams, John From Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams to John Adams, 8 … 1818-11-08 Your sudden silence after the affectionate and unremitted attention you shewed during your dear...
2334 Jefferson, Thomas Gray, William F. Thomas Jefferson to William F. Gray, 8 November 1818 1818-11-08 I recieved safely the Edinburg reviews, and I now return them to be half bound in volumes. with...
2335 Jefferson, Thomas Gray, William F. Enclosure: Thomas Jefferson: Bookbinding Directions for … 1818-11-08 Edinburg Review. 30. vols. half bind with leather backs, common gilt, and lettered ‘Edinburg...
2336 Jefferson, Thomas Julien, Honoré Thomas Jefferson to Honoré Julien, 8 November 1818 1818-11-08 I thank you, my good friend, for your excellent Swiss cheese. it is safely recieved, is very...
2337 Jefferson, Thomas Neilson, John Thomas Jefferson to John Neilson, 8 November 1818 1818-11-08 I inclose you 4. letters lately recieved, which I suppose to be from your friends in Ireland ,...
2338 Walsh, Robert Jefferson, Thomas Robert Walsh to Thomas Jefferson, 8 November 1818 1818-11-08 We heard in this city, a few weeks ago, that you were painfully indisposed; and I believe there...
2339 Coffee, William John Adams, John To John Adams from William John Coffee, 10 November … 1818-11-10 I Som three weeks ago took the liberty of writing to you in Concequen ce of the Advice of Mr...
2340 Adams, John Adams, John Quincy From John Adams to John Quincy Adams, 10 November 1818 1818-11-10 The bitterness of Death is past. The grim Specter So terrible to human Nature has no Sting left...