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My known fondness for Agriculture and Manufactures, has given many Opportunitys, which I have...
The Bearers John Oliver and Michael Nagail are indicted of the ignominious narrow-Soul’d Crime of...
Boston, 18 December 1765. Printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography Diary and Autobiography of John...
You doubtless and every American must be Sensible, that where there is a Union happily...
Yesterday I wrote you a few Lines by Docr. Tuffts informing you the Sons of Liberty Desired your...
11 March 1767. Enclosed in a letter from JA to Hezekiah Niles (5 Feb. 1819, LbC , Adams Papers )....
The Doctor talks of Setting out tomorrow for New Braintree. I did not know but that he might...
I have very little of a political, or of any other kind of entertainment to give you. Yet I...
A very laborious attention to the finishing the fifth vol of my history of England with a severe...
I have just returned from an agreable excursion, in the course of which I had the pleasure of...
Portsmouth, 13 February 1772. RC ( Adams Papers ); addressed: “To John Adams Esqr. at Boston...
Sandwich, 4 October 1772. RC ( MiU-C ); addressed to John Adams in Boston; endorsed. Freeman...
If you have had Leisure to commit your Thoughts to writing agreable to my Request I shall be...
The letter inclosed herewith contains My Answer to the young Gentn. you was pleased recommend Me...
I was very sorry to find by your favor of the 19 of Aprill that you had so many good reasons to...
In pursuance of a Resolution of this Society, I am to signify to you that you have this Day been...
MS ( Adams Papers ) in the hand of Mercy (Otis) Warren. This unsigned poem was doubtless an...
Alass! How many snow banks devide thee and me and my warmest wishes to see thee will not melt one...
I Received your last and am to Acknowledge that the Contents of it gave me great pleasure. I have...
The Letters you sent for Mrs. Macaulay directed, under Cover, for me, were put into the Post...
As the Affairs of AMERICA are now agitating in both Houses of the English Parliament, and as it...
Mr. Warren being prevented by many Avocations from writing this Morning, has put the pen into the...
I have this moment been enformd that You and a Number of Worthy Gentlemen, have been Honorably...
We yesterday received your Letter directed to us, with those for Braintree, immediately on the...
Yours of the 25th. of last month never reached me, till yesterday. It would have given me great...
This may serve to apologize for so ungenteel a piece of Conduct as the carrying away a Sum of...
I never recd. nor heard of your letter of the 27th June last, Wrote at Ipswich until the 22d...
Your Letter was this Day delivered to me in the office. Your obliging thanks for my duty gives me...
Nothing could induce me to keep alive the remembrance of an affair which you will easily believe...
“We must fight , if we can’t otherwise rid ourselves of British taxation, all revenues, and the...