You
have
selected

  • Period

    • Washington Presidency
  • Correspondent

    • Adams, John

Author

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 10 / Top 50

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 10 / Top 50

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Period="Washington Presidency" AND Correspondent="Adams, John"
Results 301-350 of 2,037 sorted by editorial placement
Your favours of 18 th. and 19 th instant are so full of your Plans and Labours in Agriculture,...
Whether we shall preserve peace, or be involved in war, is a problem, not easily solved; but I...
I have rec d your favour of April 22 and am pleased with your Observations on the Doctrine of...
I received your two kind Letters of April 19 th & 22 d I was much gratified by the appointment of...
I Yesterday dined in Company with M. Talleyrand de Perigord and M r Beaumez, the former late...
The return of some Gentlemen of the Philadelphia Bar gives me an opportunity of droping you a few...
I have this moment rec d your favour of 25. April.— If you want more Money before June borrow it...
In our Journey from West Chester to this place we lodged at Strasburg, a German Village 9 miles...
In reading the Advertisement prefixed to De Lolme p. 6. I met a Passage which recalled to my Mind...
Suppose that for a few moments we should indulge in the regions of fancy and imagine a nation...
I received your’s of April 27 th & 30th together with the Pamphlets last Evening. two of them...
We go on as Usual—Congress resolving one Thing and the Democratical societies resolving the...
This day has been our May meeting and without clubs or even Drunkeness, tho we have little purity...
Your Favour of April 19. I believe has not yet been acknowledged. The Extracts from the King of...
The Weather is here very hot and dry, which renders our daily Service in Congress more irksome...
Your Letter of April 27 was put into the Post office at New York and I have neither seen nor...
Your letter of the 10 has come to hand; I arrived at Lancaster a few hours before it; of course...
The Alteration of Post Days or some other Cause has disappointed me of a Letter from you this...
The long continuance of the session, and the uncommon heat and drought of the Weather have made...
I am delighted with your delicious little Letter of 14 th. —but was puzzled to guess where you...
It is a fortnight to day Since I had a Letter from you but it Seems to me a month— I cannot blame...
I have this morning rec d your kind Letters of 10 & 11 th. of May.— You mention Land bought by D...
I was a little disappointed in not finding a letter for me in the Post Office of this place upon...
I last evening received yours of the 12 th and 15. the weather for several Days past has been...
Yours of the 17 th came this day to me I do not know to what to ascribe the failure of my letters...
I shall inclose with this, some Letters between Randolph and Hammond which will shew you how...
The Secretary of State called upon me this morning to inform me by order of the President, that...
Since, I wrote you this morning, at the request of M r Randolph a thousand things occur to me to...
M r: Dorr obtained a passage in the vessel with M r: Jay, and M r: Jones, had an opportunity to...
Thanks to the Father of the Rain, and the Bountifull dispencer of the dews of Heaven, who has...
It is proper that I should apprize you, that the President has it in contemplation to Send your...
Yesterday the Senate advised the Appointment of M r short to Madrid, but there has as yet been no...
Yesterday the Senate received a Message from The President of the United States, containing a...
The Senate have this Day unanimously advised and consented to the Appointment of John Quincy...
I arrived in Philad a: on Sunday Morn g & was not a little disappointed at finding you had taken...
I arrived here last Evening, and this morning paid my Respects to the Secretary of State, who...
Your kind Letter by my Brother was delivered a few days since; as the proposal it contains is of...
Since my arrival here, I have employed all the Time, that I have been able to spare, from the...
I expected to have been on my way to Boston before this; but M r: Hamilton is gone into the...
In its due time, I received your Letter from Philadelphia of the 27. of July. Although, in the...
Last night I received your kind Letter of Sept r. 3 d and am sorry to find that your Books were...
I once more wish you a prosperous Voyage an honourable Conduct and a happy Life. Remember your...
Agreeable to intimation I have been enquiring for accommodations for you but to no purpose unless...
I embrace the earliest opportunity to acquaint you of our safe & happy arrival at this place...
I wrote you soon after my arrival that I had engaged you lodgings at Franciss Hotel, Two rooms...
We arrived here last night in good Season. The Roads were not very bad, and the Weather, tho...
By the Ship John, Capt n. Duer I gave you information of our safe arrival at London, and I now...
This is the first fair morning we have had since you left me. you must have had an unpleasent...
We took the Packet at New Haven, and arrived at N. York as Soon as the Stage— Although We Saved...
I am now Settled.— The first night I went to a M r Alders, opposite to M r Binghams, but not...