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All that part of Creation that lies within our observation is liable to Change. Even mighty...
Continued November 30. 1804. In my own class at Collidge, there were several others, for whom I...
3[Parents and Boyhood] (Adams Papers)
My Father married Susanna Boylston in October 1734, and on the 19th of October 1735 I was born....
Upon our Return to Massachusetts, I found myself elected by the Town of Braintree into the...
£ s d To the Hire of two Horses at £10 each 20: 0: 0 To the Hire of a Sulky £8:0s:0d 8: 0: 0 To...
Another Clause in the Charter, quoted by this Writer, contains the Power “to make Laws and...
We now come to Jersey and Guernsey, which Massachusettensis says “are no part of the realm of...
The cases of Wales and Ireland are not yet exhausted. They afford such irrefragable proofs, that...
Give me leave now to descend from these general matters, to Massachusettensis. He says “Ireland...
It is not easy for me to determine whether it be best, to carry the Cause before the Governor and...
Massachusettensis, in some of his writings has advanced, that our allegiance is due to the...
Wales was a little portion of the island of Great-Britain, which the Saxons were never able to...
13[Monday March 18.] (Adams Papers)
Monday March 18. Order of the Day again. Mr. Harrison reported no Resolution.
The Committee appointed the Sixth of March Inst. to prepare a Covenant agreeable to the...
The Committee appointed to consider relating to Minute Men offerd their report as follows. The...
I have had the Pleasure and the Honour of Several Letters from you, and one from an incomparable...
I thought myself greatly honoured, by your most polite and agreable Letter of January the...
It has been often observed by me, and it cannot be too often repeated, that Colonization is Casus...
Our rhetorical magician, in his paper of January the 9th continues to wheedle. “You want nothing...
Such events as the resistance to the stamp act, and to the tea act, particularly the destruction...
We are at length arrived at the paper, on which I made a few strictures, some weeks ago: these I...
Massachusettensis, whose pen can wheedle with the tongue of king Richard the third, in his first...
“The account you give of an overbearing influence in the house, and the want of feeling and...
The history of the Tories, begun in my last, will be interrupted for some time: but it shall be...
Resolved, that the Hon. John Hancock Hon. Thomas Cushing Esquires Mr. Samuel Adams, John Adams,...
I have heretofore intimated my intention, of pursuing the Tories, through all their dark...
A Writer, under the signature of Massachusettensis, has addressed you, in a series of papers, on...
“You have no doubt, long before this time, heard the particulars of the General Congress, and...
I have this Moment recd a Line from Mrs. Warren and will in close her Letter to Mrs. Maccaulay,...
I remember, that Bishop Burnet in a Letter he once wrote to Lady Rachell Russell the virtuous...
In the Fall of the Year 1773, The General Court appointed Mr. Bowdoin and me to draw a State of...
It is well known that in June 1774 The General Court at Cambridge appointed Members to meet with...
I have had the Honour of receiving from you a most valuable desirable Present, in two Volumes of...
Virginia, Chesterfield County, 17 December 1774. LbC ( MHi :Donations to Sufferers by the Boston...
I received your kind favour 16. Ulto with great Pleasure last Week at Cambridge. I rejoice at the...
Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...
Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...
Enquire who is the Author? Whether a Sandemanian, a Quaker, or an high Churchman? The Character...
39[November 1774] (Adams Papers)
Left Brother Paine at New York to go by the Packett to New Port. Rode to Cocks at Kings bridge to...
401774. Wednesday. Novr. 9. (Adams Papers)
Breakfasted at Reeve’s of Sudbury.
411774. Tuesday. Novr. 8. (Adams Papers)
Breakfasted at Coll. Henshaws of Leicester. Dined at Woodburns of Worcester. Furnival made the...
421774. Monday. Novr. 7. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Rice’s of Brookfield. Major Foster came to see us, and gave us an Account of the...
431774. Sunday. Novr. 6. (Adams Papers)
Went all day to hear Mr. Baldwin a Presbyterian Minister at Kingston. We put up at Scotts. Mr....
441774 Saturday. Novr. 5. (Adams Papers)
Break fasted at Austins of Suffield. Went to see a Company of Men exercising upon the Hill, under...
451774. Fryday. Novr. 4. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Hartford, at Bulls, where we had the Pleasure of seeing Mr. Adams’s Minister Mr. How,...
461774. Thursday. Novr. 3. (Adams Papers)
We design to Great Swamp to day. 42 miles. At Newhaven, Coll. Dyer, Deane and Sherman, Mr....
471774. Wednesday. Novr. 2. (Adams Papers)
Rode to Bulkleys at Fairfield to dinner, and to Captn. Benjamins of Stratford to lodge.
481774. Tuesday. Novr. 1. (Adams Papers)
Left Brother Paine at New York to go by the Packett to New Port. Rode to Cocks at Kings bridge to...
49[September 1774] (Adams Papers)
This Day, We breakfasted at Mr. Mifflins, Mr. C. Thompson came in, and soon after Dr. Smith. The...
Non Importation, Non Consumption, Non Exportation to Britain, and W. Indies. Petition to the...