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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1841, by
CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of
PRINTED BY FREEMAN AND BOLLES,
Letter CXLVII. 25 October. Yorktown has two churches.
Germans maintain public worship. Congress have two
Letter CXLIX. 28 October. Heavy rain. Uncertainty
respecting Gates and Burgoyne. German population
Fighting begins to be fashionable.
Letter CLI. 13 February. Written from Norton Quin-
cy's. Captain Tucker has just come for him. Fare-
well. Message from his son.
has been gratifying. The alliance universally popular.
Effect upon him of the luxury he witnesses. .
He admires the ladies. The privilege of his
Letter CLIV. 3 June. Has never heard from her. France
one great garden. Desire to please. Luxury destruc-
tive to liberty.
State of Europe. Wants some pamphlets. No rein-
forcements to America this suminer.
Madame Grand, and explains its origin. Requests an an-
swer to it. Concerned for America.
Letter CLXVIII. 21 February. His expenses very great.