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I promised to write you an account of the scituation of my mind. The natural strength of my...
I am set down with a Design of writing to you.—But the narrow Sphere I move in, and the lonely...
In my last you remember I desired your sincere Opinion of the new Resolution I had taken, but as...
Braintree October–December? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary The Earliest Diary of John Adams ,...
I have been determined, a long Time, to write you by the first Opportunity that should present,...
I have but a few Moments, to congratulate you on the fresh Blessing to your Family.—Another fine...
I thank you most kindly for your obliging Letter. And beg the Continuance of your Correspondence....
I received your Favour of 22 July, by last Tuesdays post. I thank you for the Trouble you have...
I had the honour of Addressing you on the 28th. November and 3d. Ultimo in Official Letters from...
I have long wished for an Opportunity to write to you but the thousand things that have...
I send you a Volume of Politics. A Second Volume will be ready in 6 or 7 Weeks.—You will hear...
“I can tell you no secrets about Peace—a Mr. Forth, a Mr. Aswald Oswald and a Mr. Greenville have...
“I am among a People, whose slowness puts all my Patience to the Tryal, and in a Climate which is...
Since my Arrival here 26 October, untill the 30 of November, We had a constant Scuffle Morning...
I have received with very great Pleasure, your favours of June 26 and July 18. If my Townsmen of...
Your kind Letter of 20 Jany. I received Yesterday. Mr. Tylers Letter inclosed is here answered....
I am here in anxious Expectation of the Arrival of my Family, which I hope are coming in Calahan....
Last Evening, Mr. Jefferson, my worthy Friend called upon me to shew me a Letter from Mr. Gerry...
I have received your kind Letter of June 3. and rejoice to hear of the Health and Welfare of our...
I am much obliged to you for your judicious Letter of Oct r. 15. you have described the Causes of...
I am much obliged to you for your judicious Letter of Oct r. 15. 1 you have described the Causes...
I am very much obliged to you, for your Friend Ship to my Brother Adams, and hope that his...
In a Letter to R. R. Livingston, Secretary of state for foreign Affairs, dated The Hague July 23....
In yours of the 10th. of Novr. you desire me to give you the Connection between the Premises and...
Can you give me any Information concerning the Persons named in the inclosed Paper? Mr Jenkinson,...
During Such great Changes as We have seen When the whole World is put out of its Course and all...
I have recd your Favour of 20 May. The Southern States will be forced to co operate with the...
D r Tufts will give you a Strange Book. I know not whether, the Sentiments of it, will be...
I believe there is not another Man in the World whose Life has been such a series of Remorses as...
I have only the time to inform you, that this morning I am to Sett out, with My Wife and...