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1 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, 1797 1797-01-01 You can appreciate the value of facts, without reference to the person from whom they are...
2 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, 3 May 1797 1797-05-03 We take the liberty through necessity of troubling you with this anonymous Letter which we send...
3 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, 3 May 1797 1797-05-03 We take the liberty through necessity of troubling you with this anonymous letter, which we send...
4 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, 15 June 1797 1797-06-15 We are a private Committe held at the Natchez on the 13th of June 1797 and beg leave to report as...
5 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, August 1798 1798-08-01 It will not be denied that permitting as we did by treaty, one of the belligerent powers to alter...
6 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, 30 September 1798 1798-09-30 From a desire of seeing every department of the federal Govt filled by respectable characters I...
7 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, December 1798 1798-12-01 It can not have escaped your observation that the Secretary of State has qualities that may be...
8 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, 17 May 1799 1799-05-17 It is generally consdred in this City that you are a party-man; Which is the most Base and Horrid...
9 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, 17 May 1799 1799-05-17 I am desired to inform you that thier at present Laws which give you too great power and cause...
10 Anonymous Adams, John To John Adams from Anonymous, 23 October 1799 1799-10-23 I have frequently warned Americans against reposing any confidence in the friendship of any...