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I wish at this Time to waive the Expression of my Veneration of your Character, in a still-lively...
I address your Excellency upon a Matter greatly important in its Consequences to more than...
By the singular manner in which General Lee gives out his characterizing opinions Monsr Malmedy...
Mr. Gorham and Mr. Russel, Agents of the Town of Charlestown, have presented to Congress a...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I catch up my pen in haste: but, it is not that circumstance...
This will be delivered to you by a German Officer who expresses much inclination to enter into...
As chairman of the Committee on foreign applications, I inclose herewith to your Excellency the...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 4, 1777. Discusses the qualifications of Lutterloh. Df , in...
I have your favr of the 30th May inclosing [a] List of the French Officers who came over in the...
Two ALS : American Philosophical Society I think it my duty as an Individual to communicate to...
So long ago as Decr 2d 1775, direction was given by Congress to the committee of secret...
It is probable that Genl. Howe will waste the fall of this year between Chesapeak Bay and...
Your very polite favour was handed me this Evening. I esteem myself much obliged for the enclosed...
ALS : Massachusetts Historical Society I receiv’d your Favour (without Date) communicating a...
As the delivery of this Billet cannot be attended with the disagreable allarm which the amiable...
Tho I must refer you as well as Mr. Hancock to what I have written to Mr. S. Adams relative to...
It appears by Returns this day received from Genl. Gates that Burgoine must have destroyed his...
We have this Evening a Letter from Mr. Bingham of Octr. 13th. in which he tells us that the...
I shall not in my great hurry repeat to you any of the matters which I have written to Mr. S....
As I was at the Secretaries yesterday I took off a few Resolutions from the Journals for your...
With great pleasure to ourselves we discharge our duty by inclosing to you your Commission for...
Your kind Favours of 14 and 18 Novr. I received together, this Evening. I thank you, for your...
Since my signing a letter to you with Colo. Lee an excellent opportunity of sending to France...
Your Letters arrived in the absence of Mr. Adams who is gone as far as Portsmouth, little...
Decr. 2d. Resolved that a Commission be made out for Mr. J. Adams similar to that heretofore...
That you may excuse my vile manner of doing business, know that I am freezing in my little room...
After the Resolve for stopping Burgoyne had passed, some were of opinion that a State of Facts...
LS and copy: National Archives; AL (draft) and copy: Library of Congress; copy: Yale University...
I cannot omit this opportunity of acknowledging the Receipt of your kind Favours of 27 or 28...
Mr. Geary otherways engaged has given me the pleasure of forwarding this Intelligence from your...
A Course of Disappointments has attended the printing of the Journals of Congress. Good progress...
The year is rendered quite pleasing to me, in its beginning, by the arrival of your favour of the...
In consequence of your Letter of the 31. of last month, I dispatched a Gentleman well acquainted...
First and foremost, become a reconciling advocate for me with your dear lovely Portia, who, from...
The receipt of your letters of Decr. 24th variously directed gave equal and uniform satisfaction...
York, February 1778. RC ( Adams Papers ). Believing that JA could receive yet another letter in...
I have received, this Morning, by several Hands and at other Times during the last Week, Several...
Yours of Janry. 9th is before me. Deane had inclosed to Congress a long minute corresponding...
The week after Mr. C—— was appointed secretary, I saw the P.S. of a letter to Mr. S.A. in which...
I am greatly allarmed and distressd at the intelligence from Bordeaux, with regard to Dr....
I am to thank you, in my own name, and on the public account, for that exercise of laudable...
You will form a Judgement upon the following Extract of a Letter from the Honble Thos Cushing by...
A Gentleman belonging to Boston Capt. Fritz having arrived from France had intended himself the...
I have been favd with yours of the 24th and 26th instants. The latter by Mr de Francy, who...
When I tell you that no Credit is to be given to the late Report of an attempted Assassination of...
This, with my affectionate wishes for your prosperity, may serve to acquaint you that Congress...
I promise myself much from the eight or nine scrawls which I have sent to you since your...
In aid to your scrutiny after the real robber of the Commissioners Dispatches, I send what I...
Our Affairs have now a universally good appearance. Every thing at home and abroad seems verging...
I find it impossible to write to you at this Time so fully as I wish being greatly overplied with...