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I received your Letter of March 7 th my Dear Mamma and was very happy to find you so far...
Mrs. Adams’s compliments to Mr. Jefferson and in addition to her former memorandum she requests...
We are anxiously expecting, by the arrival of every post, to hear of your safety and health. I...
Yours of August the 7th. and Col. Smith’s of the 8th. reached us on the 14th. at this place. We...
I this day received your Letter of the 23 d inst and was rejoiced once more to see your own hand...
It grieves me to think how little I have been able to write to you since my arrival here. I have...
Your papa and I wrote you from Harwich the morning we embarked for Helvoet, the wind was very...
[ Paris, 7 Jan. 1787. Recorded in SJL under this date. Not found; but see Mrs. Adams’ reply, 29...
I Received by judge Cushing your very obliging Letter and am very happy to find that your Health...
Although the scenes in which I have been engaged for six weeks past, have been very different...
We came to town last evening to dine (by invitation) this day, with the President of Congress,...
Mr S. and Mr Blount set off tomorrow for London and have engaged to call this Evening for...
It is with inexpressible pleasure that I enclose to you a letter from your brother, and that I...
I received yesterday by way of Nyork your kind Letter of two dates october 28 & Nov br 8 th a...
Yours of June 23d. have received. I believe there is no Danger of an Invasion your Way, but the...
This Letter will go by the Hand of the Honourable Samuel Hewes Esqr., one of the Delegates in...
I have all along flattered myself with hopes that I might with Propriety have taken Leave of the...
Gen. Warren writes me, that my Farm never looked better, than when he last saw it, and that Mrs....
I have now the happiness of presenting to you another daughter, worthy as I fully believe of...
I this day Received a few lines from my Friend, whose Long silence I have not been able to...
You may depend on my giving your Letter to Capt. Marston who sets out for Philadelphia on Monday....
Yesterday, I took a long Walk with our Secretary Mr. Thompson to a Place called Fells Point, a...
Mr. Cranch informs me that Hones will go to Town tomorrow, and that I may not miss one...
As your good Lady had promised me the favour of a visit before your return to your Native Town,...
I received yours of the 14th. ultmo., should not have defer’d answering it so long had I been...
Your frindly letter of the 29 th of June —I should not have suffered to remain so long...
This Evening I have satisfactory Intelligence of the real Embarkation of your very dear Treasure...
The Weather still continues cloudy and cool and the Wind Easterly. Howe’s Fleet and Army is still...
Mr. and Mrs. Adams present their Compliments to Dr. Franklin and hope to have the Honour of his...
with regard to politicks the debates of the House will give you an Idea of them, as yet there has...