You
have
selected

  • Author

    • Adams, John
  • Period

    • Madison Presidency

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 10 / Top 50

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Author="Adams, John" AND Period="Madison Presidency"
Results 1111-1130 of 1,130 sorted by relevance
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 38
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
1111 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 19 April 1810 1810-04-19 Amsterdam, December 1, 1781—wrote to Major Jackson: “Last night I received your letter of the...
1112 Adams, John Jefferson, Thomas John Adams to Thomas Jefferson, 24 August 1815 1815-08-24 If I am neither deceived by the little Information I have, or by my Wishes for its truth, I...
1113 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 30 July 1811 1811-07-30 The Journal proceeds—1782 Nov. 29, Friday. Met Mr. Fitzberbert, Mr. Oswald, Mr. Jay, Mr. Laurens,...
1114 Adams, John Jefferson, Thomas John Adams to Thomas Jefferson, 2 March 1816 1816-03-02 I cannot be Serious! I am about to write You, the most frivolous letter, you ever read. Would you...
1115 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 24 September 1810 1810-09-24 The Hague, June 15, 1782—Wrote to Secretary Livingston. “This morning, I made a visit to the...
1116 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 18 June 1811 1811-06-18 As my object is to deposit as much about information concerning an interesting period of our...
1117 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 16 April 1810 1810-04-16 AMSTERDAM, October 25, 1781—wrote to congress—“I see in the London Courant which arrived to day,...
1118 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 14 October 1809 1809-10-14 LEYDEN, March 10, 1781—wrote to Commodore Gillon: “I have received the letter you did me the...
1119 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 10 April 1810 1810-04-10 Amsterdam, October 17, 1781—wrote to congress: “There is at present a fermentation in this nation...
1120 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 1809 1809-01-01 You very well know, that the Publication of my Letters in Pamplets and Numbers, was a project of...
1121 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 8 August 1811 1811-08-08 When the conferences between the British and American ministers were first opened, or very soon...
1122 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 15 February 1813 1813-02-15 All that I have written you, hitherto, upon the history of the Original of our Navy, was from...
1123 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 15 May 1811 1811-05-15 The instructions of congress to Mr Jay, as minister to the king of Spain, were never communicated...
1124 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 8 November 1810 1810-11-08 Another original letter of the Count de Vergennes to Dr. Franklin or sending him Mr. Adam’s...
1125 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 1 March 1810 1810-03-01 AMSTERDAM, August 25, 1781—wrote to Dr. Franklin: “Last evening I received your excellency’s...
1126 Adams, John Memorandum Preceding Letter to George Wythe, January … 1811-07-21 In the beginning of the year 1776 There was printed, at Phyladelphia, a Pamphlet under the Title...
1127 Adams, Abigail Smith Three party indenture for distribution of property … 1814-10-07 This indenture of three parts made and concluded this seventh day of October in the year of our...
1128 Adams, John Note Regarding Genesis of Thoughts on Government, 21 … 1811-07-21 In the Winter of 1776 there was much discussion in Congress concerning the Necessity of...
1129 Adams, John To the Boston Patriot, 6 April 1811 1811-04-06 ON Saturday, the twenty-sixth of October, 1782 I arrived in the night, at the Hotel de Valois,...
1130 Adams, John Asking for Prayers on the Death of a Grandchild, 1809 1809-01-01 John Adams with his Consort and their Family desire prayers that the death of a grandchild may be...