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My letters, for the future will come to you, not from a School House but from the Cell of an...
Braintree, October? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary The Earliest Diary of John Adams , ed. L....
Since my Arrival in this City, which was on the 9th. of this Month I had the Pleasure of your...
I have rec d , Yesterday, your obliging Letter of the fifth of December, having before received...
I had last night the Pleasure of your Letter of Dec r: 21. I cannot, indeed Sir flatter myself at...
My Son is going home, and for his sake as well as my own, I will not let him go without a Line to...
Your favour of Jan: 23. like all your other Letters, contains valuable information & judicious...
Your favour of Jan: 23. like all your other Letters, contains valuable information & Judicious...
I received this morning with great Pleasure your friendly Letter of the 16, and thank you for...
I have received your favr of the 28th Inst, and that of the 26th of March, and it is not for Want...
I am as much in debt in the Litterary and Epistolary way, as our princes of modern speculation...
I must beg your pardon for neglecting to answer your friendly letters for which I am obliged to...