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1 Adams, John Webb, Nathan From John Adams to Nathan Webb, with Comments by the … 1755-10-12 All that part of Creation that lies within our observation is liable to Change. Even mighty...
2 Adams, John [Harvard College, 1751–1755] 1751-01-01 Continued November 30. 1804. In my own class at Collidge, there were several others, for whom I...
3 Adams, John [Parents and Boyhood] 1734-01-01 My Father married Susanna Boylston in October 1734, and on the 19th of October 1735 I was born....
4 Adams, John [Novanglus Papers, 1774–1775] 1775-01-01 Upon our Return to Massachusetts, I found myself elected by the Town of Braintree into the...
5 Adams, John Massachusetts General Court [Account with Massachusetts as a Delegate to the … 1775-04-01 £ s d To the Hire of two Horses at £10 each 20: 0: 0 To the Hire of a Sulky £8:0s:0d 8: 0: 0 To...
6 Adams, John Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony XIII. To the Inhabitants of the Colony of … 1775-04-01 Another Clause in the Charter, quoted by this Writer, contains the Power “to make Laws and...
7 Adams, John Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony XII. To the Inhabitants of the Colony of … 1775-04-17 We now come to Jersey and Guernsey, which Massachusettensis says “are no part of the realm of...
8 Adams, John Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony XI. To the Inhabitants of the Colony of … 1775-04-10 The cases of Wales and Ireland are not yet exhausted. They afford such irrefragable proofs, that...
9 Adams, John Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony X. To the Inhabitants of the Colony of … 1775-04-03 Give me leave now to descend from these general matters, to Massachusettensis. He says “Ireland...
10 Adams, John Gannett, Caleb From John Adams to the Reverend Caleb Gannett, 1 April … 1775-04-01 It is not easy for me to determine whether it be best, to carry the Cause before the Governor and...