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i thank you for your last letter i have have had it in my mind to write to you this long time but...
I have been trying ever since you went away to learn to write you a Letter. I shall make poor...
I write to Congratulate you upon your arrival in baltimore and hope you will not omit writing to...
I received yours of the 19 of Feb and thank you for your perpetual almanack for with the...
I Love to recieve Letters very well much better than I love to write them, I make but a poor...
I promised to write In a week again provided I could give a better account of my conduct. I have...
I Now Sit Down to inform You That I have Safely arrived at Paris which we Did on Wednesday...
Having now a good opportunity I Cannot Let it Slip without writing a few Lines To You as it is...
I now Sit down to Write a few Lines To inform you That I am now at a good School which I like...
I now having an opportunity which to my Satisfaction I have much oftener than I expected when I...
Celle ci etant la premiere fois que je ecrire en François ne sera surment pas trop bien Faites...
I having wrote to my Mamma Sister and Brother Charles it is my duty to write to you also for if I...
I now Sit down with an intent to give you an account of the Place I dind at yesterday doctor...
I having wrote Twice to your brother & not having yet wrote to you I now take a pen into my hand...
it is witth great Pleasure that I now Sit down to write a few Lines to you to inform you of my...
I often envy you the pleasure you enjoy in being at a place where you with pleasure look around...
we being so far from one another that I cannot Leave my pen out of my hand & I hope that my...
to day my Pappa received a Letter from you which I had the honour of seeing in which you...
It is with great pleasure That I write to you who have been so good and kind to me for which I...
you will pardon me if I do not write to you very often for you know how I used to teaze you to...
by your desire I now sit down to write a few lines to you and not yet having wrote to you I...
My Pappa enjoins it upon me to keep a journal, or a diary, of the Events that happen to me, and...
it is some time since I wrote you a Letter & if I should neglect it a great while longer you...
As my thoughts are Principally busied upon the French tongue, & as I wish you to turn yours the...
I have been thinking of a subject for a letter to you, & I can find none more agreable than that...
in my last letter to you of Septr. the 30th I promised you to sketch a plan for learning French...
I just now recd. your Letter of septr. ye 29th and read it with great pleasure in which you say...
I have just now wrote to my Brother charles & you would not like it if I did not write to you...
it is now with Great Pleasure that I now sit down to write to you & many a time since I came here...
30[Back Cover] (Adams Papers)
Mamma | | Letters to America Sister | Mamma | Brother | Sister | | Mr. Thaxter | | | | | | | | |...
I have now the pleasure to acquaint you some news which will be agreable to you. Yesterday...
I last night had the honour of reading a letter from you to my Pappa dated Jany. 4th. in which...
ALS : Dartmouth College Library I am obliged to you, for the Mention you have been so good as to...
34[November 1779] (Adams Papers)
Titlepage and cover for JQA ’s early Diary, designated D/JQA/1 by Adams editors to indicate the...
35[Titlepage and Cover] (Adams Papers)
Titlepage and cover for JQA ’s early Diary, designated D/JQA/1 by Adams editors to indicate the...
36[Revised Titlepage] (Adams Papers)
Revised titlepage located on the inside front cover of D/JQA/1. This titlepage and the first page...
This Morning at about 11 o clock I took leave of my Mamma, my Sister, and Brother Tommy, and went...
38Saturday 13th. (Adams Papers)
To day at about 1 o clock Pappa, and my Brother Charles, came to town, and at about 5 o clock we...
39Sunday 14th. (Adams Papers)
This morning a great number of Gentlemen came on board, and amongst others Col Johonnot, with a...
40Mond 15th. (Adams Papers)
This morning a brig and a schooner went out I suppose after wood to the eastward. About 8 o clock...
41Thursday 18th. (Adams Papers)
Yesterday and day before there was nothing remarkable only that all day yesterday there was a...
42Friday 19th. (Adams Papers)
12 o clock. The Gale continues. Nothing else remarkable. 6 o clock. The wind has abated a great...
43Saturday 20th. (Adams Papers)
This morning about 6 o clock spy’d a sail about 2 miles of f . We sent the courier de L’europe to...
This moment gives me an Opportunity of writing to you but I have very little to write. We are now...
45Sunday 21st. (Adams Papers)
Nothing remarkable to day except calm all day. 6 o clock. It begins to freshen. We go about 3...
46Monday 22d. (Adams Papers)
A fresh breeze all day from the SSE. The Captain says we are about fifty Leagues from the Grand...
47Tuesday 23d. (Adams Papers)
The weather is very much like that of the Bank. The Courier has taken two fish. At twelve o clock...
48Wednesday 24th. (Adams Papers)
This morning the Courier lost herself in the fog but at about ten o clock we found her again. I...
49Thursday 25th. (Adams Papers)
This morning about nine o clock the courier lost her foretopmast. About twelve o clock she got it...
50Friday 26th. (Adams Papers)
This Morning a very fresh breeze from the N.W. 7 o clock. We now go 12 knots an hour; every face...