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1 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 5 August … 1785-08-05 In answer to your Letter of yesterday, you will give me leave to say, that your assistance and...
2 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 19 September … 1785-09-19 I have rec d your Favours from Harwich, Amsterdam and Berlin, and congratulate you on your...
3 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens John and Abigail Adams to William Stephens Smith, 5 … 1786-08-05 After a very pleasant Journey, here We are. We came very leisurely, dined the first day at...
4 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 21 Dec. 1786 1786-12-21 According to Mr. Turgot’s idea of a perfect commonwealth, a single assembly is to be possessed of...
5 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 11 April … 1787-04-11 Congress by their resolutions of February the third 1787, determined that the letter to the Queen...
6 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 11 April … 1787-04-11 “The Secretary of the United States of America for the Department of foreign affaires, His...
7 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens From John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 26 December … 1787-12-26 It should have been before observed, that the Western empire fell in the fifth century, and the...
8 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 11 November 1788 1788-11-11 I was much obliged to you for a letter by Mr. Nesbit of Philadelphia, and am very sorry I could...
9 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 14 March 1791 1791-03-14 I shall not entertain you with public affairs, because you will learn the state of them from the...
10 Adams, John Smith, William Stephens John Adams to William Stephens Smith, 19 June 1791 1791-06-19 Give me leave to congratulate you and my daughter, as well as your venerable Mother, and her and...