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1 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, 31 July 1816 1816-07-31 I find upon my table this morning your favour of the 7. March; and I know not whether I have ever...
2 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, 18 November 1823 1823-11-18 Your account of the first part of your journey, is quite as entertaining and instructive as is...
3 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, 16 October 1824 1824-10-16 Your frolicsome letter of the 10th of October has come to hand this morning and amidst the...
4 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, 25 October 1822 1822-10-25 In the reign of Charles 1st of England, Henry Adams came to America from Devonshire and settled...
5 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, April 1815 1815-04-01 I am much pleased with your Translation. The Character of Anacreon is one of the many Mysteries...
6 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, 2 February 1812 1812-02-02 I have received two pretty Letters from you, and know not how to account for my own delay in...
7 Adams, John Adams, George Washington From John Adams to George Washington Adams, 6 May 1815 1815-05-06 I know not where your Father is, or I should write directly to him. As Soon as you See him, pray...
8 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, 28 November 1824 1824-11-28 Your letter, of the 21st. sprightly and entertaining like all the rest, has been recieved. I...
9 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, 28 October 1789 1789-10-28 It was not till the last evening that I had the pleasure of your favour, with the pamphlets. They...
10 Adams, John Adams, John From John Adams to John Adams, 5 April 1816 1816-04-05 “Learn Patience of a Friend”! You think you must go to sea. Well, I have no great Objection;...