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    • Everett, Edward
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    • Adams, John
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His Serene Highness, the Duke Bernard of Saxe Weimar has expressed a Strong desire of being introduced to you. He is the Second Son of the reigning Grand-Duke of Weimar, who so honorably distinguished himself in 1817, by being the first German Prince to give a Popular Constitution to his subjects. The Wife of the Duke Bernard is sister to the reigning prince of Saxe Meiningen. He is himself a...
You are hereby informed, that you have been elected a an Honorary member of the Bunker Hill Monument Association, incorporated June 7, 1823, for the purpose of commemorating the early events of the American Revolution, and especially for the erection of a monument on the ground, where the action of June 17, 1775 was fought. The intention of the Association, in electing you a member, is to...
It will give me great pleasure to have Mr & Mrs De Wint attend my lectures, so long as they may be in the Neighbourhood. I hope they will feel no Scruple in doing it; for tho’ it was found convenient to limit the subscriptions;—the hall is not filled, & I consider the attendance of my friends a favor done me.— I have taken the liberty to add a ticket for Yr’self—Not in the expectation that You...
It would be making a poor return for Your Kindness in Communicating to me Mr. Jefferson’s remarkably interesting letter, to enter into a Criticism of it: the rather as I ought to be grateful for his doing me the honor of expressing his general assent to the remarks in the Review of the Report of the Virginia University. Without therefore entering into a disrespectful discussion of the...
I have just received Your favor of the 2d instant, inclosing the letter from Mr. Jefferson. I hasten to present You my grateful acknowledgements, for Your kindness in Communicating this interesting letter, & for the flattering expressions, with which You do me the honor to accompany it. As soon as I am able to give Mr. Jefferson’s letter a perusal as careful as becomes the respect due to its...