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No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
1 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 24 Jul. 1798 1798-07-24 We left Philadelphia on Wedensday last, the day preceeding was very Hot a partial Rain had waterd...
2 Cranch, Mary Smith Adams, Abigail Mary Smith Cranch to Abigail Adams, 29 April 1798 1798-04-29 I am doom’d my dear Sister to be the messenger of death to you. I believe for five weeks past my...
3 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 28 April 1798 1798-04-28 I have just received yours of the 23 April and I sit down to answer your inquiries respecting the...
4 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 26 April 1798 1798-04-26 I inclose to you a National song composed by this same mr Hopkinson. French Tunes have for a long...
5 Adams, Abigail Warren, Mercy Otis Abigail Adams to Mercy Otis Warren, 25 April 1798 1798-04-25 I received your obliging favour of April 7 th on the 18 of this Month, for which accept my...
6 Cranch, Mary Smith Adams, Abigail Mary Smith Cranch to Abigail Adams, 23 April 1798 1798-04-23 I write now merely to inform you that I have reciev’d your two Lettes of the 9th & 13th of this...
7 Adams, Abigail Cranch, Mary Smith Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 22 April 1798 1798-04-22 By the post of yesterday I received yours of April 15 as the post will now go more frequently I...
8 Adams, Abigail Adams, John Quincy Abigail Adams to John Quincy Adams, 21 April 1798 1798-04-21 It was with a mixture of pleasure and pain that I read your Letter of December 25th from Berlin...
9 Cranch, Mary Smith Adams, Abigail Mary Smith Cranch to Abigail Adams, 20 April 1798 1798-04-20 I have read the dispatches from the Envoys with as much astonishment as the Jacobins in congress...
10 Tufts, Cotton Adams, Abigail Cotton Tufts to Abigail Adams, 17 April 1798 1798-04-17 It is now past Ten o Clock Am. and a violent Snow Storm which began about 7 o Clock this Morning...