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I have received your kind Letter and thank you for your friendly Congratulations I begged a Copy...
It is now determined what the President has to depend on after the 4 th March. The Committee...
I congratulate you on your Admission to the Bar and your taking Possession of an Office in So...
I have rec d your favour of Nov. 23.— M r Cooper The Friend of our Diplomatic at the Hague, I...
Your Letter of April 27 was put into the Post office at New York and I have neither seen nor...
I have received your polite letter of the second of this month, and am obliged to you for this...
I am delighted with your delicious little Letter of 14 th. —but was puzzled to guess where you...
I take an opportunity by part of my family bound to London, to remind you of a person who is...
Rode to the Swamp, at the Top of Penns hill. Trask is mowing the Bushes, cutting the Trees, and...
The Note from Piemont, I would not have Sued by any means. Hopkins’s Pretentions I have no Idea...
I have rec d your favour of the 22 d I believe it is, and am glad to hear that the People of...
312July 24. 1796. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
We are to have for a Preacher a Mr. Whitcomb. Billings is still cool and steady. In the 1st. Vol....
As you Seem to wish to know my sentiments of M r Kents Lecture I will give you a few Hints to...
314August 3. 1796. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Brisler is going to Squantum and Long Island, for my Twin Oxen who are reprieved for a Year. The...
I have received your kind letter of March 29th and the packet of pamphlets, and I pray you to...
The Public Papers will inform you that M r Jefferson has resigned and that M r Randolph is...
Yesterday, at Boston, I received your friendly Letter of July 17th. with great pleasure. I give...
I have received with pleasure your kind letter of the 17th of March, and should be happy to have...
I am desired by our old Acquaintance Mr. D’Ivernois to transmit you the inclosed Papers for your...
The Weather here is as fine as it was the last Year. The Festival season of Christmas and the new...
I thank you for your kind Letter inclosing that from our Friend Hollis. The Influenza is here as...
I received yesterday two Letters from each of our Sons at the Hague, who were very well and in...
I have this morning received your favours of Jan. 7 and February the first with the Newspapers...
I have this moment received your favour of Nov. 30, and the Volume inclosed with it: an...
I dined on Monday at the Presidents with young La Fayette and his Preceptor, Tutor or Friend,...
What is there which the new Government possesses, on which to found its authority? has it Honors?...
Upon my return from Philadelphia to which beloved City I have been, for the purpose of getting an...
I have received your kind Letter of the 30 Jan and thank you, for your obliging Complaisance in...
I dined Yesterday with M r Madison. M rs Madison is a fine Woman and her two sisters are equally...
I received with great pleasure your kind letter from Dover, and rejoiced in your safe arrival in...
Brisler has shipped, on board The Abby Captain Eames, two Barrells of Flour, one hundred Weight...
I have this Morning, filed in order your Letters and have now in one bundle before me from N o. 6...
The Alteration of Post Days or some other Cause has disappointed me of a Letter from you this...
I have this morning rec d your kind Letters of 10 & 11 th. of May.— You mention Land bought by D...
The inclosed letter from Mr Taylor one of the Senators from Virginia, as it contains Information...
I have received and read with much pleasure your kind letter of the 20th: Ult; Your sympathy with...
The Old Debtors to British subjects, united with the over Zealous Friends of France and the...
338July 26. 1796. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Cloudy and begins to rain, the Wind at N.E. The Men gone up the Hill to rake the Barley. In...
This is the coldest day We have felt this Winter, and if it were not for the hope I have of a...
340August 5. 1796. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
A fine day. I have finished Petrarch. Walked up to the new Barn and over to the old Plain....
I have but lately received your kind Letter from Amsterdam of the 17 th of November and another...
I am very much obliged to you for your kind letter by the Earl of Wycombe, a Nobleman who in his...
I have received and read with great Pleasure your Letter: but having lent it to Col. Humphreys I...
There is a dead calm in the political Atmosphere, which furnishes no Event worth relating. The...
I rec d yours of the 14 on Fryday: but had no Letter on Monday. According to present appearances,...
I have received with great Pleasure your kind Letter of 28 th. I think M r Sands’s Plan for the...
Your Letter of the 9 th , gave me great Pleasure as it discovers a curiosity that is laudable and...
We arrived here last night in good Season. The Roads were not very bad, and the Weather, tho...
The letter you did me the honor to write me, the 15th of June last did not arrive till yesterday....
This morning I received your favour of the 20 th. The House I am in was aired and Smoked with Tar...