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Captain Davis called yesterday to let me know that he should sail in the course of the week....
Your Letter to me by captain Callihan came safe to hand, that to your Sister and others from my...
your obliging Letter of November 7 th. came safe to hand, as well as a couple of Hares since...
It was not untill yesterday that captain Callihan brought us the bundle containing Newspapers and...
Tho I have already acknowledged all your Letters, I will not let captain Scoet sail without a few...
your Letters by Captain Callihan did not come to hand untill the 7 th ult. and I embrace the...
I have sent by Captain Scott the Books you wrote for, and if there is any thing else in which I...
I would not omit writing you, because you seem to think you have been agrieved. I do not...
I have procured the Books for you, and Captain Folger not sailing quite so soon as I expected, I...
I write you a few lines my dear Lucy to thank you for your kind Letter, and to inform you that I...
I have now to acknowledge your kind favour of April 7th by Captain Folger— I have already written...
yours of Febry 6th did not reach me untill Folger had saild. I take the first opportunity to...
mr Blodget is going passenger in Captain Callihan and has offerd to take a Letter to you, who are...
I would not omit writing you by captain Callihan, as your sister is unable to perform that office...
Inclosed Sir I send you the Review of the defence of the American constitution, which if you...
Captain Callihans delay gives me an other opportunity of writing you, tho I have nothing material...
I have lately been reading Mrs Montague’s essays upon the Genious and writings of shakspear, and...
I received mr Cuttings Letter on Monday morning, and was glad to find you had stoped Short of...
I have written you only a few lines since your absence; and those conveyed to you rather an...
I expected to have heard from you by the last post, but was dissapointed, only a few lines from...
I have to congratulate you upon the safe arrival of your Little daughter, whom I have only a few...
I have to congratulate you upon the safe arrival of your Little Daughter, whom I have only a few...
I had the Honour of addressing you yesterday and informing you of the safe arrival of your...
I had the Honour of addressing you yesterday and informing you of the safe arrival of your...
your two Letters of May 21 & 26 were yesterday deliverd. captain Scot has not yet got up. I hope...
If I had thought you would so soon have Sent for your dear little Girl, I should have been...
If I had thought you would so soon have sent for your dear little Girl, I should have been...
When I wrote you last I did not know that petit had taken places in the Stage & paid for them....
When I wrote you last I did not know that petit had taken places in the Stage and paid for them....
I received your agreeable Letter with much pleasure: having only before heard of the arrival of...
If as the poet says, expectation makes the blessing sweet, your last Letter was peculiarly so, as...
I give you joy of the day, as I presume it is commencment with you at Cambridge, and as it is...
I will not plead in excuse that I have not by any of the late vessels received a Line from my...
MS (M/AA/1, APM Reel 197). PRINTED: JA , D&A , 3:203–208 . AA ’s Diary of the family’s trip...
235Fryday July 20 1787 London. (Adams Papers)
This day three years I landed at Deal. Since that time I have travelld to France, to Holland and...
23621. (Adams Papers)
We set out about 9 in the morning, stoped and baited at Farnham, dinned at Alton and reached...
237Sunday 23 [i.e. 22 July.] (Adams Papers)
Went to the Cathedral Church at Winchester. It is a very curious structure. It is said to have...
23824 [i.e. 23] July. (Adams Papers)
We dinned at South hampton and set out after dinner for Salsbury 22 miles, where we meant to have...
239July [24–]25 (Adams Papers)
We left this village and proceeded on our way to Blanford where we put up for the Night. Saw...
240July 26[–27] (Adams Papers)
Our next Stage was Bridport a small Sea port but a very bad harbour. No trade only in coal which...
24128th (Adams Papers)
We left Axminster and proceeded to Exeter. Here we put up at the Hotell in the Church yard and...
your obliging favours of july and August came safe to Hand. the first was brought during my...
Your obliging favours of july and August came safe to Hand. The first was brought during my...
When I wrote you last, I was just going to Set out on a journey to the West of England. I...
I have already written you a long letter giving you an account, of my journey, this must relate...
I am very sorry to find by your Mammas Letters that you are unwell. I wish you could have made an...
I thank you my dear Lucy, for writing by mr Jenks tho only a few Lines, but that was very...
Your obliging favour by captain Folger came safe to Hand, and brought me the agreeable...
I inclose a pamphlet upon darying which when you have read, be so good as to give to Pheby...
I have just sent some Letters to go by Captain Folger, but find he does not sail so soon as...