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Your Volume will not produce Answers or Examinations or reflections: but probably Reproaches,...
I received last night your favor of the 22d. Inclosed is the commission to Mr. Woolsey Burton...
Your judicious Letter of August the Eighth I have received and read with Pleasure. it was a great...
Yesterday, I had the Pleasure of receiving our letter of the 16th of March. My Son’s name is John...
I rec d this morning your kind Letter of the 7 th. and wonder you had not rec d a Letter. I wrote...
Inclosed is a letter from Mr. John C. Jones of Boston, recommending Capt Joseph Coffin Boyd, to...
1507July 2. 1770. (Adams Papers)
Monday morning, in my Sulky before 5 o clock, Mr. Winthrop, Farnum and D. Sewall, with me on...
15081776. Sunday. Jany. 28. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Upham informs that this Town of Brookfield abounds with a Stone, out of which Allum, Coperas...
The Letter from the Board of Treasury of the 4. of April, in which this is inclosed, I received...
I return the blank commission signed which you did me the honor to inclose in your letter of the...
151119 [i.e. 20] Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
A lovely Day after the Storm. Drank Tea at Major Chandlers. Walked with the Coll. to his Saw-mill...
I nominate Samuel Winslow Esquire of Massachusetts to be Surveyor and Inspector of the Revenue...
1513[1780 January 6. Thursday.] (Adams Papers)
1780 January 6. Thursday. We went to see the Cathedral Church at Leon which though magnificent,...
I am not about to write you much upon War or peace. You must have enough upon those Subjects in...
The inclosed Pamphlet and Papers I have received this Week from the Author, with his request to...
Leonard. Port Bill, Lex Talionis. Punishment of Boston the main Object. There is an Exception...
It is plain from Mr. Hamiltons pamphlet & from all the writings against the negotiation with...
I have this day, received and read with much Pleasure your unanimous Address, subscribed in your...
The Charters were quoted or alluded to by Mr Otis frequently in the whole Course of his Argument:...
I believe you will be pleased when I tell you that We are now come to the 29th. and last...
Every Post and every Day rolls in upon Us Independance like a Torrent. The Delegates from...
It is impossible for me to assist you in your Refutation of the Abbe Raynal.—My time is all taken...
I return the two blank Commissions, signed and am satisfied with the recommendations of Robert...
Certain matters touching the public good requiring that the session of the Senate for Executive...
Yesterday I received your kind and pleasing Letter of the 26, and am happy to hear of your and...
I promised you, Sometime agone, a Catalogue of your Faults, Imperfections, Defects, or whatever...
I have recd. your Letter of Aug. 24 and pray you to keep the Packets from Sir John Sinclair till...
152810 Monday. (Adams Papers)
A pleasant Day.
In answer to your Letter of the 24, I can only say that I have referred the Papers relative to...
Dr. Brownson, a Delegate from Georgia, in Congress, and a worthy, Spirited, sensible Man A Native...
Your Favours of August 21. and Sept. 9. I have received and am much obliged to you for them. I...
1532Saturday Decr. 21st. 1765. (Adams Papers)
Spent the Morning in sauntering about, and chatting with one and another—The Sherriff, Mr....
1533Monday May 26th 1760. (Adams Papers)
Spent the Evening at Mr. Edd. Quincy’s, with Mr. Wibird, and my Cozen Zab. Mr. Quincy told a...
The information you gave me in your favour of the fifth of this month; for which I kindly thank...
I receive very kindly your obliging letter of the 15th. of this month. Ever since my return from...
Among all the Pamphlets which have been written Since the Peace—I cannot recollect One, before...
I return inclosed the three letters of Mr Miller approved, in which he recommends John...
I have this Moment, four o Clock, your Letter of the 4.—I have this forenoon Sent to the Post...
I have received your favour of 19 and am much obliged to you for your frank and candid Account of...
As I owe you more for your Letters of Oct. 12. and 28 than I Shall be able to pay. I Shall begin...
No man could have written from memory Mr Otis’s Agument of four or five hours in length, against...
I have recd. your Letter of the Seventh of this Month, and after reflecting upon it, I cannot See...
We have at last hit upon a Plan which promises fair for Success. Dr. Franklin, and Mr. Chase of...
One, “intituled an Act extending the privilege of franking, to William Henry Harrison, the...
I have received your kind letter of May 8th. and a valuable publication inclosed and I know not...
I hope my last Letter convinced you, that Democracy is as restles as ambitious as warlike and...
Soon after the Signature of the Preliminary Articles of Peace, I requested, of Congress, their...
I have received, Letters from my Family at St. Petersbourg, at two Several Times, under the Seal...
I am really very much obliged to you for your civil and friendly Letter of the 16. of this Month....
I received on Saturday your favor of the 25—had before received the copy of your oration, which...