You
have
selected

  • Author

    • Adams, John
  • Recipient

    • Adams, Charles

Period

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Author="Adams, John" AND Recipient="Adams, Charles"
Results 1-50 of 51 sorted by author
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 1
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
I have rec d from you one Letter and no more Since I left N. York. Your Electors appear like a...
Our Patriots are so anxious lest Aristocracy should take root, that I wonder they do not...
I had the Pleasure of receiving your favour of the 1 st. on Saturday night: by your Brother, who...
The Revolution in France is commonly Said to be without Example in the History of Mankind: But...
Your Letter of the 22 d , alledging Business as an Apology for not writing gave me more Pleasure...
I rec d this morning your favour of the 7 th and am glad that your State have not too much...
Your Letter of the 7 th relieved my Mind, from a great Anxiety and Depression on Account of my...
I received last night your favor of the 19th. The letters from Mr Desdoity & Mr R B Forbes I...
The Papers, furnish Us this Evening with more flowers of Jacobinical Rhetorick from New York....
on the Commencement of the new Year I wish you health, honour, Profit and Pleasure through the...
I have received your Letter of December 30 th. — I approve of your caution and applaud your...
Your Favour of April 19. I believe has not yet been acknowledged. The Extracts from the King of...
Yesterday I received your kind and pleasing Letter of the 26, and am happy to hear of your and...
Last night I received your kind Letter of Sept r. 3 d and am sorry to find that your Books were...
I congratulate you on your Admission to the Bar and your taking Possession of an Office in So...
I am delighted with your delicious little Letter of 14 th. —but was puzzled to guess where you...
As you Seem to wish to know my sentiments of M r Kents Lecture I will give you a few Hints to...
I thank you for your Kind Letter of the 9th. of April, and congratulate you on the admission of...
I have received with great Pleasure your kind Letter of 28 th. I think M r Sands’s Plan for the...
Your Letter of the 9 th , gave me great Pleasure as it discovers a curiosity that is laudable and...
I wish you to take of Berry and Rogers as handsome a set of my Defence as you can find and packet...
The Nature, Designs, rise, Progress, present State future Operations and successes of...
I rec d. yesterday your favour of the 18 by the Post M r Van Persyn, whom you mention as the...
What! are my venerable Old Friend Gates, and my respectable old Acquaintance Osgood, and my...
I received this Morning your valuable Letter of the 6 th and am much pleased with your...
I believe I never have acknowledged the Rec t of your favour of March 21.— In Dexter and Ames We...
By the first Article of the Treaty of Commerce between the United States and France it is...
Your Letter of Yesterdays Date has given me much Pleasure. I recognize in it, my own son. Your...
This morning I received your favour of the 13 th. and wonder not that your honest heart is...
A fat Sleekheaded young Gentleman was here last Week or the Week before who told me he knew you,...
As the genuine Equality of human Nature is the true Principle of all our Rights and Duties to one...
I was So happy in the News of the agreable Circumstances of your Sister and her Infant, and of...
So great a Part of my Life has been and Still continues to be Spent in travelling that I seldom...
A Letter from M r Jay of the 24. of November informs me, that he had rec d two Letters from your...
I have recieved with pleasure your letter of the 22d. of octr. and agree with you that the times...
This morning I rec d your agreable Letter of the 30. Ult.—I wish you would explain to me what you...
I condole with you, under the mournful News of the Barons Palsy. I have long wondered that a...
I thank you for your, agreable Letter of the 29. Ult. Your Brother is destined to be celebrated...
Our amiable Professor, in the 5 th Page, informs us that “The free Commonwealth of the United...
I arrived here this Evening with your Mother and Cozen all in good health, and was Sorry to hear...
How do you do?—I hope you are in fine Health and Spirits. What Subject do your Thoughts run upon...
I have this day been obliged to take a serious and painful measure in the removal of the...
Although I am much obliged to you for your kind Letter of the Second, and the News and...
I have yours of the 22 d. M r Van Persyn I shall be glad to see whenever it Suits his convenience...
I have written to Governor Jay, directly to Albany by the Post, and have given Mr Malcom as...
Yesterday, I took a Walk upon the Wharves, to see the Navigation. The new Frigate called The...
As I wish to turn your Attention to those Political Questions which involve Points of the Law of...
The inclosed Tryals of Muir, Margorot and Gerald, will afford you Entertainment and Information....
I have not answered your favour of 31. of Jan. nor that which announced the Arrival of your...
If C. as you Say in yours of the 29 th. must provide for his Family, I Suppose it will be easy...