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I have nothing to do at present but to play with my Pen. I have long thought with Horace in his...
We are impatiently waiting for Intelligence of further Particulars from Boston. We have only...
It is with Shame, and Confusion of Face, that I acknowledge that your agreable Favour of April...
Your Favour of the 17th. I received by Yesterdays Post. Am much obliged, to you for your...
Yours of July 5th. never reached me, till this Morning. I greatly regret its delay. But that it...
I have the Pleasure of yours of the 5th. of August, for which I am much obliged to you. It is a...
Your Favour of July 25th was received in Paris in my Absence, and I have never had opportunity,...
I have only time to inclose a few Papers and to pray for your Health and Prosperity. I am much...
I thank you for your Favours of June 26 and July 5 and for your obliging Congratulations, on the...
I am here, happily Settled with my Family and I feel more at home, than I have ever done in...
Know all Men by these Presents, that I John Adams of Braintree in the County of Suffolk in the...
What would be the Consequence if We should have an immediate War with Great Britain? dont be...
Last night I received yours of 1 Jan. and immediately accepted the Bill for 50 £. St. payable in...
It was yesterday only that I received your Favour of Nov. 26, which contains many Things which...
Dr. 1784. June. 24. To Cash pd. Nath. Austin 19/6 July. 1. To Nath. Willis 30/9 2. 10. 3 July....
It gives me great Pleasure to see that good Men are so much in Fashion in the Massachusetts. M r...
Your kind Favours of Nov 12. and 24. and Decr 21 are before me. I Sympathize with you, under the...
Inclosed with this is a Letter to Dr Holyoke and all the original Papers from the Royal Society...
There is a Subject So closely connected, with the Business of my Mission to this Court, that I...
I am proud to learn by your Letter of 13. April that I am so rich at the University. If Thomas...
I have accepted your Bill in favour of Storer, of 50£. and paid that in favour of Mr Elworthy of...
Having determined to return to Pens hill, I begin to think in what a pitiful Condition I shall...
You mention to M rs Adams a Piece of Land adjoining to me, of 56 Acres at 25 s an Acre: but are...
I am very happy to learn, by your Letter of the 30. June that my Son is with Mr Parsons at...
So many Things appear to be done, when one is making Preparations for a Voyage, especially with a...
Every Question you ask about the new Constitution shows that you understand the subject as well...
Every Thing has happened, as I could wish Since I left you, excepting the delay of making...
The last Evenings Post favoured me with your’s of the 6th. Many Gentlemen are in favour of a...
Inclosed is a letter from a Mr. Robert Henry to me let me beg the favour of you to look among my...
I have received your favour of the 22.—Mrs Adams, Mr Charles and Miss Lousia, arrived on...