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Two Days ago, I was favoured with your polite and elegant Letter of January 22. I have received...
The Marquiss, who loves Us, will deliver You this. He will tell You every thing. Arbuthnot,...
Yours of June 23d. have received. I believe there is no Danger of an Invasion your Way, but the...
41779. July 20. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
I was struck with these Words in a Letter from the President Jeannin to M. Bellegarde of 28 Jany....
Saturday June the 3d 1775. Congress however ordered the Letter to lie under on the Table for...
This is one of my fortunate days. The Post brought me, a Letter from you and another from my...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I never was more amuzed with political Speculations, than...
This Letter will go by the Hand of the Honourable Samuel Hewes Esqr., one of the Delegates in...
I had, by yesterdays Post, the Honour of your Letter of the 15th. instant. I Should esteem it an...
It is often Said in this Country, “We have nothing to gain by this War.” But who is to gain? If...
On Thursday October 26. 1775. The Subject again brought on the Carpet, and the same discussions...
I have not received a Line, nor heard a Syllable from you Since my Arrival, but I know your...
13Avril 15. Mecredi. (Adams Papers)
Went Yesterday to return the Visits, made me by American Gentlemen. Dined this Day, with Madam...
14Tuesday May 6. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Mr. Jays. Lt. General Mellville, who is here to solicit for the Inhabitants of Tobago,...
My Health has lasted much longer, than I expected but at last it fails. The Increasing Heat of...
This Express carries a new Plan of an Army. I hope the General Court without one Moments delay...
17May 5. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Am to dine at home—a great Rarity and a great Blessing! At Dinner, alone, my Servant brought me a...
Versailles, 20 January 1783. MS of declarations in French; English translation by John Pintard (...
I have the honor to inclose Copies of some Papers which passed between the Comte de Vergennes and...
Paris, 20 March 1780. RC in John Thaxter’s hand ( PCC , No. 84, I, f. 337–338). LbC ( Adams...
Yours of 7 June by Captain Barnes fortunately reached me, Yesterday. I was much Surprised, you...
It is a long Time Since I have rec d a Line from you, or written you. How go on Affairs on your...
I never had the Pleasure of a Correspondence or any particular Acquaintance with you, which can...
Dr. £ s d 1777 To Cash Spent from my leaving Home the 9. Jany. 1777 to my Return 27. Novr 1777...
25Oct. 7. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. D umas has been out, upon the Discovery.—Neither Mr. V. nor Mr. G. could guess the Reason,...
Tuesday. September 17th. 1776. The Committee appointed to confer with Lord Howe, agreable to the...
I shall address this to you as Speaker, but you may be Councillor, or Governor, or Judge, or any...
Gen. Warren writes me, that my Farm never looked better, than when he last saw it, and that Mrs....
The Sovereign of Britain and his Council have determined to instruct their Commissioners to offer...
301777 Feb. 16. (Adams Papers)
Last Evening I supped with my Friends Dr. Rush and Mr. Sergeant at Mrs. Page’s over the Bridge....
I have received yours of 19. I have your Form of the Constitution and Some News Papers, none...
Paris, 1 June 1780. RC ( PCC , No. 84, II, f. 82–85). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. Amer....
I rejoice with you, in the Testimony of approbation given to a very meritorious Character. If...
I see by the Papers, our Assembly is called, and conclude it is now Sitting. The Letters we...
Tuesday September 17. 1776. Sundry Resolutions being moved and seconded, in Addition to those...
36[March 29. Sunday. 1778.] (Adams Papers)
March 29. Sunday. 1778. Becalmed all the last night. This morning a vast number of Sails were in...
We send you for your Comfort the Generals Washington and Lee with Commissions for Ward and...
38[Saturday May 11. 1776.] (Adams Papers)
Saturday May 11. 1776. A Petition from John Jacobs in behalf of himself and others was presented...
The loss of Ty is in a train of serious enquiry. Altho this disaster for the present is grievous,...
As your Excellency has asked my Opinion of General Lees Plan, as explained in his Letter of the...
Yesterday, I took a long Walk with our Secretary Mr. Thompson to a Place called Fells Point, a...
1779 December 20. Monday. We went to the Audiencia, where We found the four Judges sitting in...
April 1. Wednesday. 1778. This Morning Mr. J. C. Champage, Merchant and Broker of the Marine at...
Englishmen surely are possessed too much of the Spirit of Commerce, & are too perfect Masters of...
45[May 16. 1776. Thursday.] (Adams Papers)
May 16. 1776. Thursday. The following Letters were laid before Congress and read. One of the...
1779 December 26. Sunday. The General, the Governor, the French Consul and Mr. Lagoanere, had...
The Sixteenth, Inquiry is, “Who looses most by desertion? Do the English and German Deserters,...
Major Jackson has been sometime here, in pursuance of Instructions from Colo. Laurens, in order...
Yours from Bordeaux of the 17th I have received—and congratulate you on your agreable Accounts...
I shall not always stand upon Ceremonies, nor wait for Answers to Letters, because useful Hints...