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I am exceedingly oblig’d to Mrs. Adams for her condescention, in the communications she has made...
The Result of Saturdays Debate in the H. of R. removes all Anxiety for the Remainder of this...
I have an opportunity by Captn. Beale, to write you a Line. We all arrived last Night in this...
We are now sailing up North River; and have met the french packet about 6 leagues from New York:...
I received Yesterday your kind Letter of Feb. 28. and March 1.— I can never be sufficiently...
I wonder Sister Peabody Should trouble you about our Nephews concerns. the first Letter She wrote...
Celle ci etant la premiere fois que je ecrire en François ne sera surment pas trop bien Faites...
We arrived here, last night, all alive, but all very near sick with violent Colds taken on the...
The journey which I made to Paris, towards the last of April was performed so hastily, that it...
I received your kind Letter, at New York, and it is not easy for you to imagine the Pleasure it...
I think, in some Letter I sent you, since I left Bethlehem, I promised you a more particular...
Yes my dear Sister I have thought it very long since I have receiv’d a Letter from you and...
Your Account of our little domestic affairs and the Arrangements of the Farm, was very...
The Room which I thought would have been an Hospital or a Musaeum, has really proved a Den of...
The Newspapers will inform you before this Letter reaches you that the Ratifications of the...
We arrived at Captn. Cunninghams, about Twelve O’Clock and sent our Compliments to Dr. Perkins....
Your Favor of June 18/26 is this Hour come to hand. “Do I love the natural Sentiments of the...
I am directed by the Corporation to advise you, that the Hon. Mr. Adams, in his Letter favoured...
Although I have written so largly to you by the last vessels that Saild I cannot bear to let...
Is my Dear Mrs. Adams too Much Engagd with Company, is her Family sick, or is she inattentive to...
Dryden, whom I have always loved to read now and then, because I learn something from him,...
Yesterday We had a cool Day, the Wind Easterly and cloudy, this Morning there is a brisk...
Yesterday Morning I returned with Dr. F. and Mr. R. from Staten Island where We met L ord H owe...
I beg you to inform M rs. Smith, that I have forwarded to M r M c. Connell enclosed in a Letter...
The last Evening, Mess. Adams, P aine and G erry and my self, by Agreement waited on the P...
I wrote you from Hartford, New York and once from Philadelphia: but have not yet had the Pleasure...
Why! this is very clever— Every Monday and every Thursday brings me regularly a Letter, which...
I doubt not Madam, you have Letters from Mr. Adams of later Date than what we have received but...
I Yesterday dined in Company with M. Talleyrand de Perigord and M r Beaumez, the former late...
We have a Turn of Weather as cold as any We have had through the whole Winter. The Violence of...
Your kind Letter of the 15th. December came to me last week, and should I pretend to describe the...
It has been impossible to get time to write you.— Morning, Noon, and Night, has been taken up...
The enclosed will need your utmost candour, but as I am not able to write it over again being...
I have neither Time, nor Confidence enough in the Opportunity, to write you any Thing more, than...
Yesterdays Post brought me your kind Favour of March 8. 9. 10, with a Letter inclosed for from...
Monday, which is the pleasantest day of the Week, because it always brings me a Letter, produced...
This Evening Major Ward deliverd me Yours of 23d. of March.—It is a great Pleasure to me to learn...
I have within this Hour receiv’d your Letters by captain Bigelow and have also heard that cushing...
I should deserve, all the reproaches which my friends in America have made me if I neglected...
I rec d yesterday yours of 21. and 25 Jan. The Senate and House of Massachusetts without any...
on Tuesday when I waited as usual on M rs W. after attending the Levee, She congratulated me very...
I find that the Air of the Hague, and the Return of warm Weather, tho later than was ever known,...
If I had received your Letter an hour sooner, I could have sent you an answer the same day, viz....
The tender solicitude you have shewn for my health, demands the earliest return I can make—& it...
I take an opportunity by Mr. Kent, to let you know that I am at Plymouth, and pretty well. Shall...
I went Yesterday to hear D r Priestley, in the Philosophical Hall of the University and there I...
Since my last an important Revolution has taken place here respecting our Country. A formal...
It is now the 7th. of July, the 18th. day Since we Saw You Quit our shores to seek a happier...
I believe in one of my Letters I told you I had troubles of various kinds— I need to be possessed...
I received yesterday your favour of May 25 th: not numbered but the fifth that has reached me...