• Recipient

    • Thaxter, John
  • Period

    • Revolutionary War
  • Correspondent

    • Adams, Abigail


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As you have always expressd a desire to have the small pox with my family I write to let you know...
My Little Charles has been so ill that I have not had leisure to day to thank you for your...
I little thought when you left me, that so much time would have Elapsed before I had taken my pen...
Your repeated kind favours demand my acknowledgment. I own I have been rather remiss in not...
I will not again be so long silent, indeed your repeated kind favours call upon me for acknowled...
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I really began to feel very uneasy at your long Silence and feared Sickness or some disaster had...
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I was much surprized to Night upon receiving a Letter from you, in which you say you have not...