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41 Adams, John Quincy Cranch, Mary Smith John Quincy Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 8 October 1785 1785-10-08 Mr. Thaxter will want a horse in a short time, to go a journey, and I should be glad, if mine is...
42 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 13 October 1766 1766-10-13 I heard to Day that the Doctor had a Letter from Mr. Cranch, and that he was still very Ill, poor...
43 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 1774 1774-01-01 I was yesterday at Weymouth where I received your Letter, and the saffron risbands &c. I thank...
44 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 19 July 1797 1797-07-19 If the Compass by which my course is directed does not vary again through unavoidable necessity I...
45 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 28 February 1790 1790-02-28 on the 17 of this Month cousin William wrote his uncle, that he had carried his cousin Tom Home...
46 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 31 October 1797 1797-10-31 I have received but one Letter from you Since I left Quincy now near a Month; I have been here...
47 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 29 July 1797 1797-07-29 We leave this place this morning & hope to reach Home on fryday of the next week. I have written...
48 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 17 October 1791 1791-10-17 I arrived here last Night. my first inquiry was for a Letter from you, which I was happy enough...
49 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 24 Jul. 1798 1798-07-24 We left Philadelphia on Wedensday last, the day preceeding was very Hot a partial Rain had waterd...
50 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 8 October 1787 1787-10-08 I inclose a pamphlet upon darying which when you have read, be so good as to give to Pheby...