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Upon our Return to Massachusetts, I found myself elected by the Town of Braintree into the...
£ s d To the Hire of two Horses at £10 each 20: 0: 0 To the Hire of a Sulky £8:0s:0d 8: 0: 0 To...
Another Clause in the Charter, quoted by this Writer, contains the Power “to make Laws and...
£ s d May 31. 1775 pd. Jos. Bass a Dollar 0: 6: 0 pd. him before 2 Dollars 0: 12: 0 pd. him...
5[April 1775] (Adams Papers)
Heard Mr. Strong all Day. At Night, a Man came in and inform’d us of the Death of Josa....
Heard Mr. Strong all Day. At Night, a Man came in and inform’d us of the Death of Josa....
I arrived here, last Evening, and have attended Mr. Strongs Meeting all this Day. I rode alone,...
New York has appointed an ample Representation in our Congress, and have appointed a provincial...
9[In Congress, May 1775] (Adams Papers)
Congress assembled and proceeded to Business, and the Members appeared to me to be of one Mind,...
Our Hearts are bleeding for the poor People of Boston. What will, or can be done for them I cant...
Mr. Eliot of Fairfield, is this Moment arrived in his Way to Boston. He read us a Letter from the...
We are very anxious to know the State of Things at Boston, Cambridge, Watertown and Roxbury. The...
I have an opportunity by Captn. Beale, to write you a Line. We all arrived last Night in this...
I am vastly obliged to you for your Letter. It was like cold Water to a thirsty Soul. We Suffer,...
I embrace an Opportunity by two young Gentlemen from Maryland to write you a Line, on friend...
The Bearers of this are two young Gentlemen from Maryland, of one of the best and first Families...
Our amiable Friend Hancock, who by the Way is our President, is to send his Servant, tomorrow for...
The Bearers of this are two young Gentlemen from Maryland. Aquilla Hall and Josias Carvill Hall,...
This Measure of Imbecility, the second Petition to the King embarrassed every Exertion of...
20[Fryday June 9th. 1775.] (Adams Papers)
On Fryday June 9th. 1775. The report of the Committee on the Letter from the Convention of...
21[Fryday June 2. 1775.] (Adams Papers)
On Fryday June 2. 1775. Journals of Congress, page 112. The President laid before Congress a...
I had Yesterday the Pleasure of two Letters from you, by Dr. Church. We had been so long without...
Saturday June the 3d 1775. Congress however ordered the Letter to lie under on the Table for...
I have received yours of 24th. May and a Copy of your Letter to Mr. Dilly, and one Letter from...
25[Wednesday June 7. 1775.] (Adams Papers)
On Wednesday June 7. 1775. On motion resolved, that Thursday the 20th. of July next be observed...
Two days ago, I was very agreably surprized by a Letter from you, which was acceptable both for...
We have been puzzled to discover, what we ought to do, with the Canadians and Indians. Several...
Dr. Church returns to Day, and with smarting Eyes, I must write a few Lines to you. I never had...
Dr. Church has given me a Lotion, which has helped my Eyes so much that I hope you will hear from...
It would be a Relief to my Mind, if I could write freely to you concerning the Sentiments...
I have written a few Lines to Dr Warren to whom I refer you. It is of vast Importance that the...
I have been this Morning to hear Mr. Duffil, a Preacher in this City whose Principles, Prayers...
Mr. Gadsden of South Carolina whose Fame you must have heard, was in his younger Years, an...
Resolved that it be and hereby it is recommended to the Inhabitants of the united Colonies in...
This Letter, I presume, will go by the brave and amiable General Washington. Our Army will have a...
I have at last obtained liberty, by a vote of Congress, to acquaint my friends with a few of the...
In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to give...
In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to give...
We send you for your Comfort the Generals Washington and Lee with Commissions for Ward and...
I have lamented excessively the Want of your Correspondence ever since I have been here. Not a...
This Letter will go by the sage, brave, and amiable General Washington, to whom I have taken the...
Major Mifflin goes in the Character of Aid de Camp to General Washington. I wish You to be...
This Letter I presume will be delivered into your own Hand by the General. He proposes to set...
In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are obliged to...
I have this Morning been out of Town to accompany our Generals Washington, Lee, and Schuyler, a...
I am extreamly obliged to you for your Favour of the 20th. of June. The last Fall, I had a great...
This Letter is to go by my worthy Friend Mr. Stephen Collins of this City. This Gentleman is of...
The bearers of this letter, Mr. Stephen Collins and Mr. John Kaign, are of the peaceable society...
I have at last the Pleasure of acknowledging your Favour of the 26. June. I have mourned, week...
Every Line I receive from you, gives me great Pleasure, and is of vast Use to me in the public...