Writings Of John Quincy Adams (volume 5) by John Quincy AdamsWritings Of John Quincy Adams (volume 5) by John Quincy Adams

Writings Of John Quincy Adams (volume 5)

byJohn Quincy Adams

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1915. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... my father upon the fisheries I had long since received and have derived much information from its contents. I learnt with much concern the decease of that amiable and excellent woman, Mrs. Waterhouse--a heavy and incomparable loss to the doctor and her daughters. I am very sorry also to hear of the illness and infirm state of health of Mr. Boylston. His brother, Sir Benjamin Hallowell,1 has a house at Ealing, within a mile of us. His family resided there since we have been here, and we dined with him and his lady at Mr. William Vaughan's 2 in September. Mr. Vaughan resides with his sisters at East Hill, Wandsworth, about six miles from us. Admiral Hallowell has the command at Cork on the navy peace establishment, and is now there with his lady. Their sister, Mrs. Elmsley, now resides at their house in Ealing, and I propose shortly to call and see her. Our boys are in the midst of their Christmas vacation. . . . TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE No. 26. [james Monroe] London, 9 January, 1816. S1r: With my last dispatch I had the honor of inclosing a copy of a note which I had addressed to Lord Castlereagh, concerning a discrimination between vessels of the United States and British vessels in the number of passengers which they are permitted to take in the ports of Ireland for conveyance to America. I now inclose copies of his Lordship's answer and of my reply. 1 Sir Benjamin Hallowell Carcw (1760-1834), son of Benjamin Hallowell, a royal Commissioner of the American Board of Customs before the War for Independence. He took the name Carew in 1828. * William Vaughan (1752-1850), son of Samuel and Sarah (Hallowell) Vaughan. I have not yet addressed to him an official note upon the subject of the Baltimore, taken within the Spanish jurisdiction at St. Andrew, becau...
Title:Writings Of John Quincy Adams (volume 5)Format:PaperbackDimensions:166 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.35 inPublished:January 6, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217654754

ISBN - 13:9780217654753