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I thank you for a very pleasant letter, and I supplicate a continuance of them—I have given up...
I received your obliging Letter at New York, and it was peculiarly acceptable to me and my...
Whereas, combinations to defeat the execution of the law for the valuation of lands and...
34Wednesday. May 22. 1771. (Adams Papers)
At Plymouth. Put up at Wetheralls, near the County House—lodged with Mr. Angier, where we had a...
I have received your Address and a Copy of your association, by the Hand of the Speaker Mr...
I had, by yesterdays Post, the Honour of your Letter of the 15th. instant. I Should esteem it an...
It is often Said in this Country, “We have nothing to gain by this War.” But who is to gain? If...
In reply to your question, upon what map did the Commissioners trace the boundary line described...
I ought not to have neglected so long to write you an account of the delightful visit I received...
When my Son departed for Russia, I enjoined upon him to write nothing to me, which he was not...
On Thursday October 26. 1775. The Subject again brought on the Carpet, and the same discussions...
I have not received a Line, nor heard a Syllable from you Since my Arrival, but I know your...
Your polite and obliging Favour of April the 10th I duely received at this Place and I pray you...
I am not surprized at your Anxiety expressed in your Letter of the 25 th. which I rec d...
Had I really been disgusted and mortified at my Treatment by Congress which in fact I was not,...
I am much obliged to you for your judicious Letter of Oct r. 15. you have described the Causes of...
With Mr. Davis’s report of the 8th I enclose all the papers relative to the complaint of Mr...
The Situation of Affairs between Some of the Citizens of the United States and the Cherokee...
Other parts of your letter of yesterday may be remembered hereafter; but “ Brimborion ” must not...
50Avril 15. Mecredi. (Adams Papers)
Went Yesterday to return the Visits, made me by American Gentlemen. Dined this Day, with Madam...
51Tuesday May 6. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Mr. Jays. Lt. General Mellville, who is here to solicit for the Inhabitants of Tobago,...
Your private Letter of the twenty fifth of July is very friendly and obliging as usual. give...
I have signed the warrant for Mr. George Barrell to be a midshipman & inclosed it to his uncle...
Petition to the Burgomasters and Regents of Amsterdam . The subscribers, all merchants and...
55[December 1773] (Adams Papers)
Last Night 3 Cargoes of Bohea Tea were emptied into the Sea. This Morning a Man of War sails....
I took the first opportunity to send your Present of Books to my friend the Marquis de la Fayette...
I thank you for your favour of the 10th. and the Pamphlet inclosed “American Unitarianism.” I...
1. John Read of the state of Delaware, now resident in Philadelphia, to be the agent of the...
My Health has lasted much longer, than I expected but at last it fails. The Increasing Heat of...
Mr. Hartley’s memorial—June 1, 1783. The proposition which has been made for an universal and...