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Passy, 9 July 1778. printed : JA, Diary and Autobiography Diary and Autobiography of John Adams ,...
Some day next Week Mr. John Thaxter, will Sett off, on his Journey for York Town. You may...
The Baron de Arundl, desires a Letter of Introduction to some Gentleman in Congress from me, and...
Yours of the 4. is before me. Mr. Dana, I think will accept. I have no personal Objection to...
Mr. Le Roy the Bearer of this, is a young American educated in Amsterdam where he has good...
The Letters inclosed on the Spirit and Resources of G.B. were written by Edmund Jennings Esq....
The British Admiralty sent Orders to Portsmouth the 21st. Feby., for the Departure of a small...
Mr. Gadsden of South Carolina whose Fame you must have heard, was in his younger Years, an...
Mr. Lovell goes tomorrow. In him We shall find a Man of Spirit Fortitude, and Patience, three...
I am ashamed to let Mr Guild go without a long Letter to you—but you must pardon me. Mr Guild...
I have written, many Times to you, Since I left you, but have never received one Line, except...
On my Return from Portsmouth, to which Place I made an Excursion upon a certain maritime Cause, I...
The inclosed Letter, I this Moment received and can think of no other Way, to answer the...
I have not received a Line, nor heard a Syllable from you Since my Arrival, but I know your...
I am infinitely obliged to you for your Favour of 29 of september and for the Journals. These are...
The third of September, will be more remarkable for the Signature of the definitive Treaties than...
It is necessary that you should be minutely informed, of the minutest and most secret Springs of...
There is no measures conceivable to me that can save this Country from utter ruin but the raising...
Looking over your Letter again, I find several Things unanswered. I should be Sorry to think that...
Since my Arrival in Europe I have had Reason to be very well Satisfied with my Reception,...
Your two Letters of the 5th. of May I have recieved with more pleasure than You can imagine. They...
Thanks be to God, my dear Gerry, that our Tom Cod are Safe, in Spight of the Malice of Ennemies...
I am under Such Restrictions, Injunctions and Engagements of Secrecy respecting every Thing which...
I have at last obtained liberty, by a vote of Congress, to acquaint my friends with a few of the...
I have transmitted my Account to the Board of Treasury, according to their Directions together...
As to the Boundaries of Mass. I have asked Mr. A. about them but he did not recollect them. The...
You must expect for the Future, to find in me, Situated as I am by a blissfull Fireside,...
Well! how do you find yourself, after a little Repose? Are you married? or making Fortune in...
The Boston Committee of Correspondence, and the Military Associations which grew out of it, are...
Yours of Octr. 12 has been, seven days, by me. Am happy to learn that my Accounts and Vouchers...