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It so happened that I could not see the persons of whom I wished to enquire concerning the...
I have the satisfaction of informing you that Mr. Thaxter and your Sons are now settled in their...
I was glad to find by your letter of the 23d. inst. that what we have hitherto done meets with...
Almost every body here is preparing for the fair which opens next Thursday, and as this is...
I imagine You heard by the last Post of our being at this Place, and the reasons of our coming...
I received your friendly Letter of the 19. June, by my dear M rs Adams, with great Pleasure and...
This Letter will be delivered you, by your old Acquaintance, John Quincy Adams, whom I beg Leave...
It was not, till yesterday that I received your kind Letter, with your Discourse on Animation;...
In consequence of some conversation the other day at Quincy respecting Dr Priestley, I here send...
I have received and will communicate to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, your Prospect...