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I have rec d your charming narration of your Tour to Paris, both to me and your mother, and am...
The daily Duties of my office require so much Writing that my hand and head are fatigued &...
I have not written to you before, since I left you, because my Studies and European Letters have...
Your Letter of this Morning, announcing the death of your venerable Father, was just now...
The enclosed paper will give you an exact idea of that property belonging to of Doctor Welsh, and...
At the close of my last letter I left you, in a cool refreshing shade, in the view of the...
You cannot concieve Mr. Adams’s disappointment on opening your letter and finding it directed to...
Received Quincy 7th. May 1810 of Thomas B. Adams the sum of Twenty-five Dollars: fifty Cents in...
I am indebted to you, I believe for two letters; but there is so much in the last, of what parson...
You have it right in yours of 22d.—A Rivalry between George Cabbot and Elbridge Gerry, for the...
I received your N. 6. dated 3. June, about three weeks ago, at this place, and should have...
The Secretary of State has just informd me of an opportunity to write by way of Amsterdam. I...
My Heart shall not reproach me so long as I live said the ssalmist; alass I cannot say so, for...
Agreeable to your request and my own inclination I have sent out a person to your releif Thomas...
I have received two Barrels of flower but no account of the price either from the Baker or you....
Know all Men by these Presents. That I John Adams of Quincy in the County of Norfolk and State of...
I received with much pleasure the lectures of Mr. Adams transmitted from you by the hands of Mr....
Mr Sargent who arrived in London, about ten days ago, delivered to me your Letter of 6. December;...
I have mentioned to the Secretary of War, your wish that your Son Thomas may be admitted at the...
I have received, with deep sympathy of feeling, the melancholly intelligence of the decease of...
Since writing my last, I have received your Letters of the 10th. and 15th. with the papers...
I am enabled to reply to your last favour somewhat earlier than to the two which preceded it and...
A little well timed, and just criticism is Sometimes very salutary. if I had not been conscious...
William Shaw brought me Your Letter the day before yesterday. I had learnt before, by the public...
In limiting each of these letters to a single sheet of paper, I find myself often obliged to...
On the 7th: of this month I wrote informing you that I had withdrawn from Amsterdam all the funds...
Upon our arrival here, I hastened immediately to deliver a letter I had for a clergyman of the...
The remnant of our pilgrimage since we left you at Mrs. Roberts’s door, stands thus—Monday Novr:...
I am happy to find by your letter of the 15th: instant that you had reached Quincy; and your...
There was one of the small English Poets, I think it was Dodsley, who on the reformation of the...
I received with much pleasure your Letters of August 1st and 12th, for which accept my Thanks. I...
I have received two or three letters from you, which I have not answered for want of a...
In point of form I know not how the balance of epistolary correspondence between you and me...
First I would inform you that B Adams is we hope, out of danger; his reason is returnd pretty...
The above is a duplicate of the letter, which I Sent about ten days ago, with the papers...
Your letter of the 4th: instt: came to hand two days ago—But I have no information of a public...
I have been much concerned for you ever since mr Shaw received your Letter. I should have written...
Do you know that I have twenty fears that you are sick, or why have I not heard from you for so...
Mr Callender quotes from Mr Paine, something like this. I have not the Book nor the Newspaper,...
Since I wrote you last (which the enclosed will shew you was very lately) though I have not have...
If any one had foretold that three or four months would have passed away at Stonnyfield, and that...
We have received and been entertained with your letters from Dessau, Magdeburg and Brunswic.—We...
A War between the United States and Great-Britain, and a War between France and Russia, having...
After having given you a short account of the civil, political, & military Constitution of...
I received last evening your letter of 5. May, and having written you twice within a fortnight...