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|Named Person:||Charles Francis Adams; Barbara O'Sullivan Addicks; Joseph Blunt; Tristram Burges; Richard Forrest; Henry Gassett; Rufus King; Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier Lafayette, marquis de; Georges Washington Louis Gilbert Du Motier Lafayette, marquis de; Walter Leake; Charles Edward Lester; Jan Luzac; Thomas McKean Thompson McKennan; Chandler Price; Thomas J Rogers; Samuel Sprigg; John Thompson; John Trumbull|
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John Quincy Adams
|Notes:||Signed autograph letter from John Quincy Adams to Henry Gassett is in Autographs of the Presidents of the United States, 1789-1934.
Signed letter from John Quincy Adams to Walter Leake is in volume 1 of John Forster's The Life of Charles Dickens.
Document (signed by John Quincy Adams) [Copyright for John Trumbull's "The Poetical Works of John Trumbull], dated 1820, is pasted on p. 52 of the Moses Coit Tyler Bound Manuscripts.
Three letters from Adams, one to General Lafayette and two to his son, George Washington Lafayette, as well as a signed autograph document [Act authorizing payment of $200,000 to General Lafayette for his services in the Revolution], dated January 1, 1825 and a signed document [Official grant of territory in Florida to General Lafayette], dated July 4, 1825, are in the Lafayette Papers.
The collection consists of two manuscripts, an Address to his "Friends and fellow citizens of the County of Norfolk," Massachusetts, dated October 24, 1843, and an Address at the laying of the cornerstone of the Cincinnati Observatory, dated 1848; seven documents, including a passport for Joseph Heatly Dulles, dated April 6, 1822, a copyright claim of William B. Fowle, dated February 28, 1823, and one of John Trumbull, dated 1820, a letter of patent, dated April 11, 1825, and signed also by Henry Clay and William Wirt, a sailing permit to Hiram Covele, commander of the Alliance, dated October 25, 1828, and signed also by Henry Clay, notes on the Josiah Hooker Trust, dated October 17, 1831, and two resolutions concerning slavery, dated 1844; 21 letters, mostly ALSs, with some LSs and ALs, dating from 1796-1843; and a signed engraved portrait.
Correspondents include Charles Francis Adams, John Quincy Adams's son, Barbara O'Sullivan Addicks, Messrs. Baring Brothers & Company, Joseph Blunt, Tristram Burges, Richard Forrest, Henry Gassett, Rufus King, General Lafayette, and his son, George Washington Lafayette, Walter Leake, Govenor of Mississippi, Charles Edward Lester, Jan Luzac, Thomas McKean Thompson McKennan, Chandler Price, Thomas J. Rogers, Samuel Sprigg, Smith Thompson, and John Trumbull.
- Adams, Charles Francis, -- 1807-1886.
- Addicks, Barbara O'Sullivan.
- Blunt, Joseph, -- 1792-1860.
- Burges, Tristram, -- 1770-1853.
- Forrest, Richard.
- Gassett, Henry.
- King, Rufus, -- 1755-1827.
- Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, -- marquis de, -- 1757-1834.
- Lafayette, Georges Washington Louis Gilbert Du Motier, -- marquis de, -- 1779-1849.
- Leake, Walter, -- ca.1760-1825.
- Lester, Charles Edward, -- 1815-1890.
- Luzac, Jan.
- McKennan, Thomas McKean Thompson, -- 1794-1852.
- Price, Chandler.
- Rogers, Thomas J.
- Sprigg, Samuel.
- Thompson, John, -- 1768-1843.
- Trumbull, John, -- 1750-1853.
- Messrs. Baring Brothers & Company.
- United States. -- President (1825-1829 : Adams)
- Copyright licenses.
- Patent licenses.