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I was rejoiced when I found the justice of Congress had made some necessary Provision for the...
I received your obliging favour of july 29th with the inclosure. I had not any objection to your...
I owe you many thanks for the early notice which you transmitted me, of mr Adams’s acceptance of...
I will now venture to congratulate you upon your relief from a part of the heavy burthen which...
I love to see a young, Man, who in the language of Montesquieu is capaple de s’estime beaucoup;...
The Procrastination of Old Age must be my only Apology for So long for So long neglecting to...
I have been tenderly affected by the kind expressions of your friendship in your letter of the...
Mr. and Mrs. Adams request the Honor of Mr Rush’s Company at Dinner on Tuesday the 2 of August at...
Mrs. Adams presents her best respects to Mr Rush will be very much obliged to him to have the...
The Consulship and Agency for Seamen, and claims, at Amsterdam ; Having become vacant by the...
I have received this morning your polite note with an extract from a letter addressed to you by...
In my note to you, written and sent off in haste, I omitted, though foremost in my mind, to beg...
I must again beg the protection of your cover for a letter to mr Gilmer, altho’ a little doubtful...
In your favor of May 3. which I have now to acknolege, you so kindly proffered your attentions to...
Your favor of Mar. 1. has been duly recieved, and requires my thanks for the kind offer of your...
Taking for granted this will reach you while mr Gilmer is still in England, I take the liberty of...
I have heretofore informed you that our legislature had undertaken the establishment of an...
I am later than my wishes in offering you my congratulns on your safe return to your own country....
I took the liberty, in October last, to request you to put a catalogue of books, which I...
This letter will be presented you by mr George Ticknor , a gentleman from Massachusets whose...
your fav r of Oct. 9. was rec d in due time, and the last envoi of books ment d in it from...
I have deferred acknoleging your favor of May 22. until the reciept of my books should enable me...
£32.12.0 Received of R. Rush Esq r Thirty Two Pounds 12 / for Books as per Account for which this...
Received of R. Rush Esq r Six Pounds Ten Shillings for Books as per Acct— £ 6.10. — MHi :...
Having written to you very lately, I only avail myself of the present opportunity furnished by...
I have recd. the copy of the papers communicated to the B. Parliament which you were so good as...
The Volume so kindly presented to Mrs. Madison and myself has afforded us great pleasure. Few can...
Your two favors of Jany. 14. & May 2. came duly to hand; the former accompanied by 3 Vols. of...
At sight pay to the Order of Arthur S Brockenbrough, Proctor of the University of Virginia three...
I have recd. your very kind letter of the 12th. The commendations you bestow on those relating to...