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Mrs Rush may be assured, that I have no doubt of her Friendship for me. The Familiarities and...
The Decadency of Government is obvious, through the World and it is to be feared the cause of it...
Ask the great Lady, you quoted in your last, whether when I pray for the health of Philadelphia,...
I will not loose an hour of my Interest of 8 per Cent a Month. I have this moment received yours...
I am Such a miser that I cannot Suffer a Letter of yours to remain a day unanswered, because my...
When I sat down to write you, yesterday I really intended to write a sober Letter: but fell...
Say what you will, that Man is in a poor case who is reduced to the necessity of looking to...
Omnicient Jackson Said to me, at his own Table and repeated it at mine in London, that Chatham...
I do not know if you may have noticed in the Newspapers of a year or two ago that Edward...
The greatest part of the History in your last Letter was well known to me, and I could write you...
I shall expect your long letter; but I ought not to wish it with impatience: for you have such...
your Dream is out, and the Passage you read in the History that Richard was reading is come to...
I agree with you that The Ocean ought to be and must be the Theatre of the War. Our Government...
As it is thro’ your kind interposition that two old friends are brought together, you have a...
I have recd. your favour of the 26th. of Decr. You mention Cobbet. have you read Mr Randolphs...
I never was so much at a loss how to answer a Letter, as yours of the 16th. Shall I assume a...
When I was a Boy, not ten years old, I heard Smith Richard Thayer, a great Authority, say “When...
While at Monticello I am so much engrossed by business or society that I can only write on...
Shall I congratulate or condole with you on the appointment of your Son to be Comptroller of The...
On this our Thanksgiving day, among innumerable other Blessings, I have to thank express my...
Be pleased to accept my cordial congratulations on the felicity of your Family in the arrival of...
Sobrius esto! Recollect your own Non Nobis! Your Letter of the 20th. of September I communicated...
I have recd. your favor of the 6th. inclosing the Pamphlet from the Earl of Buchan. Could a...
Suum cuique decus Posteritas rependit, has some Truth in it and you have addressed several...
you will I hope pardon the Liberty I have taken to address myself to you Sir upon a Subject which...
Your Letter of the 20th., My dear Friend, has filled my Eyes with Tears,—and, indurated Stoick as...
If I could be considered as a Friend to the Family I should Advise the Grand Children of Dr...
I write to you from a place, 90. miles from Monticello , near the New London of this state, which...
Upon honor, now, Rush! You cannot be serious in calling me, mad, to my Face! I learned a proper...
I have several sweet letters from you the last of which is the 20th of this month. The table of...
As Charité commens par soi même, or as We more elegantly express it, as Charity begins at home, I...
I thank you for the Trouble you have kindly taken in procuring the Samples of Coins for my Son J....
In your Favour of the 4th., according to my Judgment you have given up the whole Controversy. You...
Letter not found. 4 February 1811. Offered for sale in Parke-Bernet Catalogue No. 499, “The...
As I am never weary of Writing to you, because I write always without thinking, I am not sorry to...
Your favour of the 10th, is just come from the Post Office. I thank you for reading the Pamphlet,...
I had been considering for some days whether it was not time, by a letter, to bring myself to...
It was but yesterday that I was able to obtain the inclosed Review of Works of Mr Ames, which you...
I Sent my Wife to the Post Office this morning with a Letter to you inclosing a Review of Fisher...
Letter not found. 18 December 1810, Washington. Offered for sale in Parke-Bernet Catalogue No....
I thank you for the “Report” on the African Trade, accompanying your favor of the 29th. We have...
The Bearer, Alfred Madison, a son of my brother, labours under a complaint, which being thought...
Mrs Adams Says She is willing you Should discredit Greek and Latin, because it will destroy the...
I am much obliged by your favour of the 8th. Oh how I wish, I had time to write, and you Patience...
I have been entertained and diverted with the humour and the Wit of my Old Friend O Brian as you...
Your Exhortation to Punctuallity and your Tic doulourouse had scarcely been read to my Family...
I acknowledge my fault in neglecting to answer two or three of your last favours. I now thank you...
What can I say to my Friend in return for his Letter of 26th of April? My Grief for the...
Thanks for yours of the first and the two Packetts. Who are they who furnish the Aurora with Such...
Thanks for “the light and Truth” as I used to call the Aurora, which you sent me. You may descend...