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On the 30 Nov. our Peace was Signed. On the 28. March We dont know that you have Yet heard of it....
The Letter for Philadelphia, inclosed in your’s of the 18 th , I have caused to be inclosed to M...
I am much obliged to you for your Favour of 21. and its Inclosures. I do not think myself at...
I have rec d. the Letter You did me the honor to write me on the 16 th. of this Month, and I...
I have received your favor of 14 th. February —and am not without hopes of receiving from...
I am very much obliged to you for your excellent Letter of the 14 of this Month. As The British...
The Situation of things in England cannot be too much attended to at this time— The whimsical...
I was in hopes that the Peace would have put Us at ease; but it has not as yet much diminished...
I am honoured with your’s of the 11 th. You will please to accept of my thanks for the kind Care...
I have just rec d. the letter you did me the honor to write me on the 26 th. ult:. You could not...
Yours of the 9 th. is just put into my hands. In answ r: to your question, respecting the...
M r Storer arrived Yesterday with your kind Letter of 6 March, with its Inclosure. I know not...
M r. Storer arrived yesterday with your favor of 25 th. Ult o. — I thank You for the Pamphlets,...
I have rec d. the Letter, which you did me the honor to write me on the 5 th. of this Month, & am...
Pray be so good as to insert an exact Translation of the inclosed Letter in the Politique...
186[March 1783] (Adams Papers)
In the Morning Chronicle of Saturday February 22, Mr. Secretary Townsend in the Debate upon the...
187March 9. 1783 Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Lorsqu’un homme entre dans la carriere des Arts, n’ayant pour guide et pour Appui que son Genie;...
I have rec d. the favor of your’s of the 3 d. — There is nobody in Europe authorized to give...
189March 9 [i.e. 8]. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Passy, the Spanish Ambassador, the Comte de Rochambeau, the Chevalier de Chatelux...
190Fryday March 7. (Adams Papers)
In the Morning Chronicle of Saturday February 22, Mr. Secretary Townsend in the Debate upon the...
J’ai reçu le Diplome de la Societé Royale de Medecine et le premier Cahier, du Second Volume du...
192[February 1783] (Adams Papers)
Received a Letter from my Son John, dated at Gottenburgh the 1. of Feb. This Letter gave me great...
193Feb. 27. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Dined at the Farmer Generals, in Company with the Comte de Polastron, Father of the Duchesse de...
Dryden, whom I have always loved to read now and then, because I learn something from him,...
L’Ambition dans l’oisiveté, la Bassesse dans l’orgueil, Le Desir de s’enrichir Sans travail,...
I read in a great Writer, Montesquieu that “l’honneur, en imposant la loi de servir, veut en être...
“A Court,” as John Dryden informed me, before Experience, “is a place of forgetfulness for well...
198Feb. 25. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Samuel Vaughan says that Cooks Voyage will be 3 Volumes 60 Plates, and will not be out these...
I thank you for your Care of my Letters mentioned in yours of the 19 th . which I beg you to Send...
Your Favour of September the Twenty fourth recommending your worthy President D r Wheelock and...
2011783 Feb. 24. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Dined in Company with Mr. Malesherbes, the famous first President of the Court of Aids, Uncle of...
In answer to the questions in your’s of 18 th , I beg leave to inform you, that in my opinion M...
I have this moment the Honour of your Favour of the 18 and thank you for the Information it...
I have rec d your Favour of the 17 th. and the former Letters mentioned in it. I approve of your...
I was honoured Yesterday with yours of 15 Jany. O.S. You must have learnt, sometime that the...
Your favour of 13. is received, and I thank you, for the Trouble you have taken concerning my...
We have rec d. the Letter w h you did us the Honor to write on the 18 th. Inst, together with the...
By the Ministers Plenipotentiary of the United States of America for making Peace with Great...
AL (draft): Massachusetts Historical Society We have recd. the Letter wh you did us the Honor to...
ADS and AD (draft): Massachusetts Historical Society; copies: Massachusetts Historical Society,...
By the Ministers Plenipotentiary of The United States of America For Making Peace with Great...
Inclosed are six Passports for American Vessels, one of which You will please to deliver to M r....
2131783 Tuesday. Feb. 18. (Adams Papers)
Received a Letter from my Son John, dated at Gottenburgh the 1. of Feb. This Letter gave me great...
The Peace, which Sets the rest of the World at Ease, increases, I think my Perplexities and...
You cannot imagine, the Anxiety I have felt on your Account, nor the Pleasure just received from...
The Bearer of this, D r. John Wheelock, is President of an Institution in America, which is...
The Morceau inclosed, is translated from a Pamphlet lately published in London, in which this...
M r Storer, whom you know, will deliver you this, but whether he will find you at Brussells or...
I hope You will excuse the Liberty I take of writing You a Line by M r. Charles Storer, who has...
M r Charles Storer, of Boston who has for Sometime past made one of my Family, will have the...