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I have written a few Lines to Dr Warren to whom I refer you. It is of vast Importance that the...
I have been this Morning to hear Mr. Duffil, a Preacher in this City whose Principles, Prayers...
Mr. Gadsden of South Carolina whose Fame you must have heard, was in his younger Years, an...
Resolved that it be and hereby it is recommended to the Inhabitants of the united Colonies in...
This Letter, I presume, will go by the brave and amiable General Washington. Our Army will have a...
I have at last obtained liberty, by a vote of Congress, to acquaint my friends with a few of the...
In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to give...
In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to give...
We send you for your Comfort the Generals Washington and Lee with Commissions for Ward and...
I have lamented excessively the Want of your Correspondence ever since I have been here. Not a...
This Letter will go by the sage, brave, and amiable General Washington, to whom I have taken the...
Major Mifflin goes in the Character of Aid de Camp to General Washington. I wish You to be...
This Letter I presume will be delivered into your own Hand by the General. He proposes to set...
In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are obliged to...
I have this Morning been out of Town to accompany our Generals Washington, Lee, and Schuyler, a...
I am extreamly obliged to you for your Favour of the 20th. of June. The last Fall, I had a great...
This Letter is to go by my worthy Friend Mr. Stephen Collins of this City. This Gentleman is of...
The bearers of this letter, Mr. Stephen Collins and Mr. John Kaign, are of the peaceable society...
I have at last the Pleasure of acknowledging your Favour of the 26. June. I have mourned, week...
Every Line I receive from you, gives me great Pleasure, and is of vast Use to me in the public...
I have this Moment Sealed a Letter to you which is to go by my hospitable, honest, benevolent...
I have received your very agreable Favours of June 22d. and 25th. They contain more particulars...
I have just Time to inclose You, a Declaration and an Address. How you will like them I know not....
I have the Pleasure of inclosing you, a Declaration. Some call it a Manifesto. And We might...
About five O Clock this Morning, I went with young Dr. Bond at his Invitation and in his...
You have more than once in your Letters mentioned Dr. Franklin, and in one intimated a Desire...
Have only Time to send by this Opportunity a Token of Remembrance. The Fast was observed here...
We live in Times, when it is necessary to look about Us, and to know the Character of every Man,...
I have many Things to write you, which thro Haste and Confusion, I fear, I Shall forget. Upon the...
IT is now almost three Months since I left you, in every Part of which my Anxiety about you and...
In Confidence,—I am determined to write freely to you this Time. —A certain great Fortune and...
I can never Sufficiently regret, that this Congress have acted So much out of Character, as to...
I shall make you sick at the Sight of a Letter from me. I find by Edes’s Paper that Joseph Pearse...
The Congress have this Day, made an establishment of an Hospital and appointed Dr. Church...
Your two last Letters had very different Effects. The long one gave me vast Satisfaction. It was...
Mr. Lux, Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Smith, with Mr. Cary, all from Baltimore, are bound as Voluntiers to...
I had yesterday the honour of your letter of July the eleventh, and I feel myself much obliged,...
This Letter is intended to go by my Friend Mr. William Barrell, whom I believe you have seen in...
For the Honour of the Massachusetts I have laboured in Conjunction with my Brethren to get you...
70[August 1775] (Adams Papers)
I have always imputed the Loss of Charleston, and of the brave Officers and Men who fell there,...
THE COMMITTEE [to consider what is proper to be done with the Letters of the late Govr Hutchinson...
I have been, the happiest Man, these two Days past, that I know of, in the World. I have compared...
1775 Aug. 28th. £ s d pd. at Davis’s at Roxbury for Oats 0: 0: 8 pd. at Watertown for Horses...
741775. Aug. 28. (Adams Papers)
Took with me £70:0:0 consisting in £62:10 Pen. Currency in Paper Bills and £20 L.M of Mass, in...
At the appointed time, We returned to Philadelphia and Congress were reassembled. Mr. Richard...
76[September 1775] (Adams Papers)
At Woodstock. Heard Mr. Learned Leonard from Is. 32:16. The Work of Righteousness is Peace, and...
771775 September 3d. (Adams Papers)
At Woodstock. Heard Mr. Learned Leonard from Is. 32:16. The Work of Righteousness is Peace, and...
781775. Septr. 15. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Archibald Bullock and John Houstoun Esquires, and the Revd. Dr. Zubly, appear as Delegates from...
791775 Sept. 16. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Walking to the Statehouse this Morning, I met Mr. Dickinson, on Foot in Chesnut Street. We met,...
801775 Septr. 17th. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Smith, Mr. Imlay and Mr. Hanson, breakfasted with us. Smith is an Englishman, Imlay and...