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1 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 6 September … 1812-09-06 My heart is one day as light as air and the next as heavy as lead. The Name of Hull, at one hour...
2 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 15 October … 1812-10-15 I have received, and read with—Sensations of grief and joy and Reflections of, (what shall I say...
3 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 5 December … 1812-12-05 I received yesterday your favour of the 16th of last month. It is of no other use to ruminate...
4 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 18 January … 1813-01-18 Your Letter of the 5th. contains Such an Abundance of Matter which appears to me as of so great...
5 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 12 June 1813 1813-06-12 We were happy to find by your Letter 22d of May that you had arrived safe at Baltimore on your...
6 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 3 July 1813 1813-07-03 Your letters give us information as well as entertainment. Your reception at head Quarters & at...
7 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 23 July 1813 1813-07-23 Your favour of 15th is alarming. Remember the fate of Cassandra. The prophet of ill ’tho’ as true...
8 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 14 December … 1813-12-14 It gave me great pleasure to be informed of your punctual arrival at the head quarters of good...
9 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 7 January … 1814-01-07 I go farther than you in your Glooms I expect Detroit and Michigan will be again taken and all...
10 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 2 March 1814 1814-03-02 I have been sick a Month, and my eyes and hands incapable of writing otherise you would have...