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1491 American Commissioners Bersolle, Emmanuel-Yves The American Commissioners to Bersolle, 3 May 1778 1778-05-03 Copies: National Archives (two), Massachusetts Historical Society Your Bill upon our Banker was...
1492 First Joint Commission at Paris Bersolle, Mr. The Commissioners to Bersolle, 3 May 1778 1778-05-03 Passy, 1778 May 3. printed : JA, Diary and Autobiography Diary and Autobiography of John Adams ,...
1493 American Commissioners Berubé de Costentin, —— The American Commissioners to ——— Berubé de Costentin … 1778-08-15 Copy: National Archives We desire you will allow Mr. Thomas Wilkinson, one of the Prisoners made...
1494 Adams, John Bicker, Hendrik From John Adams to Hendrik Bicker, 1 March 1781 1781-03-01 I received your Letter at Leyden, inclosing the Copy I had the Honour to Send you, and thank you,...
1495 Adams, John Bicker, Hendrik From John Adams to Hendrik Bicker, 19 February 1781 1781-02-19 Your Questions to me, today, have induced me to communicate to you, in Confidence a Copy of my...
1496 Adams, John Biddle, Edward From John Adams to Edward Biddle?, 12 December 1774 1774-12-12 I received your kind favour 16. Ulto with great Pleasure last Week at Cambridge. I rejoice at the...
1497 Adams, John Bidwell, Barnabas From John Adams to Barnabas Bidwell, 27 August 1800 1800-08-27 I have recd your favour of the 16th and thank you for the Information it contains A very little...
1498 Adams, John Bigelow, Jacob From John Adams to Jacob Bigelow, 28 January 1817 1817-01-28 Accept my Thanks for your Inaugural Oration. It would have been a great pleasure to me, to have...
1499 Adams, John Bigelow, Tyler From John Adams to Tyler Bigelow, 1 February 1824 1824-02-01 I thank you for your address to the Peace Society. I have heard it with great pleasure It is...
1500 Adams, John Bingham, William John Adams to William Bingham, 10 February 1784 1784-02-10 Since my Arrival at this Place and indeed Since I left London I have heard no News of M r Jay....