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Yesterday afternoon Mr. V——handed me your letter. I am sorry that you were prevented from...
I wrote you a hasty letter from New-York, just to acknowledge the receipt of yours, No. 5, the...
I rose this morning with a fair prospect of landing before night, but alas, we are immersed in...
I received, on Wednesday last, from the hands of Mr. T——, your letter, No. 4, of August 25th. He...
It is now the 7th. of July, the 18th. day Since we Saw You Quit our shores to seek a happier...
We are anxiously expecting, by the arrival of every post, to hear of your safety and health. I...
[ Paris, 7 Jan. 1787. Recorded in SJL under this date. Not found; but see Mrs. Adams’ reply, 29...
We came to town last evening to dine (by invitation) this day, with the President of Congress,...
After a Passage of two days, against contrary Winds, and a terrible Jolt through the Mud, from...
We have received from Congress a Resolution by which We are to be impowered to negotiate a Treaty...
I have past through the Ceremonies of taking Leave of the States General, the Prince and Princess...
I heartily rejoice to hear of Your safe arrival; pray make My best respects acceptable to Mr....
Most Sincerely do I congrattulate you, Madam, and your amiable Daughter upon your Safe arrival at...
Your Letter of the 23d. has made me the happiest Man upon Earth. I am twenty Years younger than I...
The three Letters which Mrs. Adams honoured me with were received at Paris, and should have been...
This being the day on which, according to my calculation, my daughter would be crossing the...
Indeed my ever honoured Aunt I should have been much disapointed if my Cousin had not brought me...
I am never happier than when I am performing good offices for good people; and the most friendly...
It is an ill wind blows no body any good owing to that I received your favor with the greatest...
Being without any of your Favors unanswered I take the Liberty to write this in Advance. The...
I do indeed rejoice with you all upon the happy event which took place in mr smiths Family before...
I was most sensibly pleased, with the Sight of the Dutch Liberty medal which you was so obliging...
Since I had the Pleasure of addressing You, nothing of Importance has occurred in the Concerns of...
you put too much value on trifles which are only small marks of real regard & affection to you &...
I was honoured with your letter of Aug. 21. by Mr. Smith who arrived here on the 29th. I am sorry...
I am this day honoured with your favor of the 20th. and an opportunity offering to acknolege it...
Your favor of the 7th. was put into my hands the last night and as I received at the same time...
I have time only to inform you that We are well, and to repeat my earnest Wish and Expectation to...
Thanks be to an ever watchful & kind Providence that has conducted my dear Brother, & Sister...
I have been so diligent on the Road and so much interrupted by Company at the Taverns that this...
I am never happier than when I am performing good offices for good people; and the most friendly...
I have this moment received your polite Invitation to dinner tomorrow, and am extremely sorry,...
We are lodged in our old Chamber at Amsterdam, and Sleep as soundly as if there were not a dozen...
This moment returning from Mr Bridgen where I had been to deliver him a Letter to you, written...
Having humbly presumed to wait on you to solicit the honor of serving your Excellency’s Family...
I should have addressed your excellency sooner, but that my mind, which is the weakest —(or, as I...
As I have been in Daily expectations of seeing London, I have defered answering your Letter,...
one line by my son inquires after the health of my Friend, at Braintree. do you begin to feel at...
This being the day on which, according to my calculation, my daughter would be crossing the...
I am, My dear Madam led by Various Motives to take My pen to Scribble a few lines at least by...
Tho’ it is probable you will hear of it from some other of your friends, yet as I know the...
Not to acknowledge the many favours I have recieved from you, and the obligations they have laid...
I had the honour of writing you on the 21st. of June, but the letter being full of treason has...
When I wrote to You by Capt. Cushing informed You of my Fears with respect to Mrs. Tufts’s...
Suppose every proper Epithet to occupy these two upper Lines. Under them all I most cordially...
The silk you desired was delivered to Mr. Parker a month ago, on the eve of his departure for...
M r: Lincoln, the bearer, is a young preacher, who belongs to Hingham; he is going home, and I...
It is with particular pleasure I communicate to you the joyfull news of M rs: Smiths safe...
A thousand thanks to you, my dear Madam, for your kind attention to my little daughter. her...
I have rec d yours of the 7. th — I have written you on every Post day. M r Jefferson is so...