hiefly through the untiring instrumentality of John Quincy Adams, had led the House of Representatives to pass the tenacious character and parliamentary skill of Mr. Adams, the indomitable purpose and efficient machinery o side by side with Otis and Hancock, with Quincy and Adams, I thought those pictured lips [pointing to the porthese assaults upon the liberties of the North, John Quincy Adams was the conspicuous hero of the defence, thoug the victory commenced last year—revolutionize John Quincy Adams's district—drive the Texas question, etc. Stanton is the Napoleon of our cause.
Mr. Adams is now at Quincy.
He has lately had quite a visitation from sevel you something about these visits hereafter.
For Mr. Adams's own drafts on the abolitionists for support, seepecial knowledge of the condition of Texas.
See Mr. Adams's Diary for July 11, 1836, and Sept. 1, 1837, and , 69; May's Recollections p. 211; Morse's Life of J. Q. Adams, p. 270. scene ever witnessed in the House of Rep