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Your very polite favour was handed me this Evening. I esteem myself much obliged for the enclosed...
Your Letters arrived in the absence of Mr. Adams who is gone as far as Portsmouth, little...
I am greatly allarmed and distressd at the intelligence from Bordeaux, with regard to Dr....
Will you forgive my so often troubling you with my fears and anxieties; Groundless as some of...
I know not whether I ought to reply to your favour of April the first, for inded Sir I begin to...
As I have so often troubled you with my fears tis a debt I owe your patience to communicate to...
This Moment your favour of August the 6 is come to hand. My Heart reproaches me that I have not...
May I be permitted to call of your attention from the important and weighty concerns of State to...
It gives me real pain to see the various arts and machinations of our internal Enemies practised...
Your favour of Jan’ry 19 never reachd me till the 26 of this Month. The only reason why I did not...
Do you love the Natural sentiments of the Heart Take them then as they flow from the pen of...
I wrote to Mr. S A—— the same day I received your Letter, but not a syllable of information have...
Your favour of july 16 this moment received the contents of which have awakend in my Bosom the...
In a Letter from my Dear absent Friend the day before he saild dated on Board the Frigate he...
Enclosed I return according to your direction a duplicate Number of the journals. Number 29 is...
With fingers so soar that I can scarcly guide a pen tho it cost me ever so much pain I must I...
Your favour of May the Second came last Evening to Hand, and is the only line received from you...
Your repeated favours of May 14, May 19 and 30 together with one bearing no date merrit my...
Where is my Friend Mr. L ovel l? Can he be an inhabitant of this world and inattentive to a Lady?...
I was much gratified at again receiving a few lines from you, tho very Laconick. I wrote you...
Your favour of december 19 was deliverd me this day. I would not omit by this post to thank you...
It was not till the last week in Febry. that your favour of Janry. 8th reachd me. I had waited...
Upon opening your favour of April 17 my Heart Beat a double stroke when I found that the Letter...
I wrote you by the last post with a freedom which perhaps you may think I had no right to make...
And is there no medium Sir, between terms which might be misconstrued, and the cold formal adieu...
At length the mistery is unravelld, and by a mere accident I have come to the knowledge of what...
Your favour by General Ward was not deliverd me till this day or I should have replied to it by...
Your two Letters of june 26 and july 2d came safe to hand together with the resolves which would...
I cannot swallow your prohibition with a good grace and yet I am glad I know the real cause of...
In truth Friend thou art a Queer Being—laugh where I must, be candid where I can.—Your pictures...
Do you know a Man by the Name of More What is his character? I have never replied to your favour...
Yes I have been Sick confined to my chamber with a slow fever. I have been unhappy through...
I have not had the pleasure of a line from you since your arrival in Philadelphia, but I have had...
Your kind Favours of 14 and 18 Novr. I received together, this Evening. I thank you, for your...
I cannot omit this opportunity of acknowledging the Receipt of your kind Favours of 27 or 28...
I have received, this Morning, by several Hands and at other Times during the last Week, Several...
Passy, 9 July 1778. printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography Diary and Autobiography of John Adams ,...
Your favours of May 16 and 25 by Captain Barnes reached me Yesterday. These with those by Niles...
The day before Yesterday, I received yours of June 8. We had before received the Resolve of May...
It is now a Year, Since I left you, and I have heard very Seldom from you, since that Time. I...
Yours of 12 Oct. We have received, by which We learn that foreign affairs were under...
It is unhappy that So many People in America, should perswade themselves that the Ennemy intend...
I Suffer So much Uneasiness, on Account of the State of Things here, that I cannot fail to...
Yours of the 24 Oct. is before me. I have received several Letters from you every one of which I...
I set down Simply to acknowledge over again the Receipt 1777 Decr I 8 21 1778 Jany. 20. Ap. 29....
Since I have had Opportunity to converse, a little in this Country, and to read a few Gazettes, I...
By the last Post, I had the Pleasure of yours of August 20 and 24. It was not for Want of...
In one of your late Letters, you hope that a Treaty with Spain, will Soon be made. I wish I knew...
I have heard much of your Deliberations concerning a Peace—and you drop Hints to me, of...
And What, my dear sir, shall I say to your Favours of the 27. and 28 of september, which came by...