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1 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Waterhouse, 13 December … 1817-12-13 I received your letter with pleasure, and read it with high satisfaction. You have paid the...
2 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Waterhouse, 22 December … 1817-12-22 Accept my most cordial thanks for your truly friendly epistle. I loose not a moment in answering...
3 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Waterhouse, 29 December … 1817-12-29 Habituated as I have long been to consider your judgement as infallible, I have not found it...
4 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Waterhouse, 29 April 1821 1821-04-29 Putting off writing is like postnoing a visit,—if you let it alone too long you know not how to...
5 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Waterhouse, 4 June 1821 1821-06-04 Your letter justifying & glorifying the character of Junius Brutus is the most masterly apology...
6 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John From Benjamin Waterhouse to John Adams, 4 June 1821 1821-06-04 Your letter justifying & glorifying the character of Junius Brutus is the most masterly apology...
7 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Waterhouse, 13 June 1821 1821-06-13 I cannot sufficiently thank you for the fresh instance of your friendship in writting to Prest....
8 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Waterhouse, 26 June 1821 1821-06-26 Hearing that your rheumatism was no better, I hasten to say that instead of the Volatile Tincture...
9 Waterhouse, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Waterhouse, 2 July 1821 1821-07-02 I hate the idea of teazing men in high office with letters of individual import, when they are...