Death of Adams

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nnth nfthevile President jtaams fu...; nu;,ifni inTilitfnce we have re- re- ceived in a slip this morning from .Boston Tu -Ate -Ate Prpsirlent Adams is no more! He 1 .. - - , 1-11 1-11 1-11 I Ideparted this life, full of years ana iuu oj Honors, on tne evening oi tne bells were ringing tor the conclusion oi uic celebration of the auspicious day. We learn that the venerable patriot rose on me mou rns of the 4th. in his usual healtn ana spirits, rejoicing that he had been spared to witness the Jubilee of his country's ireeaom. i-wards i-wards i-wards noon he became ill. crew gradually worse and at six o'clock "fell asleep." He was one of the earliest and ablest, and most Kfearless champions of his country s freedom, llnrwl So .' r nm d Alio n Gtiixrf 111 anu ilia uciiiiw ii&ia u n viv dkvw ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- -

Clipped from The Weekly Natchez Courier04 Aug 1826, FriPage 5

The Weekly Natchez Courier (Natchez, Mississippi)04 Aug 1826, FriPage 5
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