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1801 Tudor, William, Sr. Adams, John To John Adams from William Tudor, Sr., 13 February 1801 1801-02-13 When I sported the Idea of an Ambassadorship I meant Nothing more than that it must be a most...
1802 Wilson, James Adams, John To John Adams from James Wilson, 13 February 1801 1801-02-13 I take the liberty of addressing you upon a Subject, which, though of little Importance to you,...
1803 Adams, Abigail Smith Adams, John To John Adams from Abigail Smith Adams, 13 February … 1801-02-13 I arrived here about half after Six, without any accident, but beat and bang’d enough I do not...
1804 Alston, Willis Adams, John To John Adams from Willis Alston, 14 February 1801 1801-02-14 In consequence of the passage of a law during the present session of Congress for organizing the...
1805 Lee, Richard Bland Adams, John To John Adams from Richard Bland Lee, 14 February 1801 1801-02-14 When I left Virginia a vacancy in the Collectorship of Alexandria seemed to be expected. Should...
1806 Chase, Samuel Adams, John To John Adams from Samuel Chase, 16 February 1801 1801-02-16 As I consider the Appointment of a Judge, for the fifth Circuit, of very great Importance to the...
1807 Foster, Theodore Adams, John To John Adams from Theodore Foster, 16 February 1801 1801-02-16 I have long been acquainted with Samuel Bayard Esq. of New Rochelle, in the State of New York,...
1808 Foster, Theodore Adams, John To John Adams from Theodore Foster, 16 February 1801 1801-02-16 In the event of the Hon. Benjamin Bourn being appointed a circuit judge in the first circuit,...
1809 Goodrich, Elizur Adams, John To John Adams from Elizur Goodrich, 16 February 1801 1801-02-16 Having inclosed to the Secretary of the Treasury, a petition, addressed to your Excellency...
1810 Goodrich, Elizur Adams, John To John Adams from Elizur Goodrich, 16 February 1801 1801-02-16 The Office of Collector of the Port of New Haven in the State of Connecticut having become vacant...
1811 Otis, Harrison Gray Adams, John To John Adams from Harrison Gray Otis, 16 February 1801 1801-02-16 Upon perusing with more attention a letter from Judge Lowell which I had the honor to mention to...
1812 Chipman, Nathaniel Adams, John To John Adams from Nathaniel Chipman, 17 February 1801 1801-02-17 I find there will be a vacancy in the office of judge for the district of Vermont—permit me sir...
1813 Dennis, John Adams, John To John Adams from John Dennis, 17 February 1801 1801-02-17 I take the liberty of recommending as a circuit Judge for the Districts of Maryland & Virginia,...
1814 Thomas, John Chew Adams, John To John Adams from John Chew Thomas, 17 February 1801 1801-02-17 It is with the most respectfull deference that I take the Liberty of offering to your...
1815 Henderson, Archibald Adams, John To John Adams from Archibald Henderson, 18 February … 1801-02-18 We beg leave to recommend William Lee Alexander Esquire of North Carolina as a person highly...
1816 Macon, Nathaniel Adams, John To John Adams from Nathaniel Macon, 18 February 1801 1801-02-18 Permit me to recommend to your notice Mr. Samuel Johnston of North Carolina, as a person well...
1817 Spaight, Richard Dobbs Adams, John To John Adams from Richard Dobbs Spaight, 18 February … 1801-02-18 The “Act to provide for the more convenient organization of the Courts of the United States,”...
1818 Stanford, Richard Adams, John To John Adams from Richard Stanford, 18 February 1801 1801-02-18 Permit me to say that I consider Saml. Johnston, Esq. of N. C. at present a circuit judge of the...
1819 Jefferson, Thomas Adams, John From Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 18 February 1801 1801-02-18 I do myself the honor to enclose to you a Resolution of the Senate of this day. I have the honor...
1820 Bayard, James Asheton, Jr. Adams, John To John Adams from James Asheton Bayard, Jr., 19 … 1801-02-19 I beg you to accept my thanks for the honor conferred on me by the nomination as Minister to the...
1821 Brown, John Adams, John To John Adams from John Brown, 19 February 1801 1801-02-19 In the expectation that you will think it expedient to appoint a Judge for the sixth Circuit from...
1822 Greene, Ray Adams, John To John Adams from Ray Greene, 19 February 1801 1801-02-19 Mr. Robert Greenleaf of East Greenwich in the state of Rhode Island &c. has expressed a...
1823 Adams, Abigail Smith Adams, John To John Adams from Abigail Smith Adams, 19 February … 1801-02-19 I reachd this city on tuesday Evening. at Baltimore Leiut Parker came in to see me, and offerd...
1824 Davis, Thomas Terry Adams, John To John Adams from Thomas Terry Davis, 20 February 1801 1801-02-20 I understand that the Senators & Representatives from Tennessee and Mr Marshall of Kentucky have...
1825 Grove, William Barry Adams, John To John Adams from William Barry Grove, 20 February … 1801-02-20 From your conversation last Evening, I am impressed with the expectation that you purpose...
1826 Adams, Thomas Boylston Adams, John To John Adams from Thomas Boylston Adams, 20 February … 1801-02-20 The object of my writing at this moment is to comply with a Suggestion made, through Mr: Breck,...
1827 Gunn, James Adams, John To John Adams from James Gunn, 21 February 1801 1801-02-21 I beg leave to recommend to the notice of the President Mr. Thomas Gibbons as a man Well...
1828 Wheaton, Joseph Adams, John To John Adams from Joseph Wheaton, 21 February 1801 1801-02-21 Having been honord by you with a request to State Some circumstances which took place in the...
1829 Wheaton, Joseph Adams, John To John Adams from Joseph Wheaton, 21 February 1801 1801-02-21 Soon after the memorable afair which took place at Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts on the...
1830 Adams, Abigail Smith Adams, John To John Adams from Abigail Smith Adams, 21 February … 1801-02-21 I write you once more from this city. the Trenton River is impassable and has prevented my...