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With great pleasure to ourselves we discharge our duty by inclosing to you your Commission for...
Our Affairs have now a universally good appearance. Every thing at home and abroad seems verging...
I shall endeavor to write largely to you, en Ami, but I will not risque the Sailing of the Vessel...
Congress took into Consideration the Report of the Committee on the Letter of June 26th. from the...
I do not find by President Huntington’s Letter Book that he has forwarded the within Resolve of...
While we officially communicate to you the inclosed Resolve the Foundation of which you cannot...
This, with my affectionate wishes for your prosperity, may serve to acquaint you that Congress...
In Addition to other Papers respecting your Ministration I now forward an Act of Congress of this...
The British Commissioners have arrived and transmitted their powers and propositions to Congress,...
In my Letter of the 9th. I mentioned the Receipt of yours to the President of June 26. I inclose...
I inclose to you the decent Fashion in which we it was yesterday opinioned to let the World know...
The receipt of your letters of Decr. 24th variously directed gave equal and uniform satisfaction...
Though I know of your extreme Delicacy as to any Interference in the executive Affairs of the...
I begin to be very impatient at not hearing from you; and this not barely from the Number of days...
Your Favor of Sepr. 20th. reached me at Christmas. I inclose you a Resolve but am not able to...
I did not omit to write by the Conveyance of one of the most amiable Women I ever knew. I only...
By a Letter from one of the most lovely of Women in your Quarter of the Continent, I find you are...
Not knowing, my dear Sir, how certain Things now in agitation may this day be terminated here, I...
I shall not look through my Almanac to see whether I have written to you 22 or 24 Letters, I...
I hope the Papers which you will receive by this opportunity will give you personal Satisfaction...
From the Borders of the Grave, revived, and even established in Health, I once more present my...
Your many Letters to Congress up to June 2d. have been read with Pleasure and I have received two...
Mr. Jay having resigned the Chair on account of other public Engagements, the Honble. Mr....
Herewith goes a Letter which I this day received from Mrs. Adams with a Request that I would...
I am to acknowledge the Receipt of your Favors of Decr. 19, Feb. 19 and Feb. 20 the 1st. on the...
In aid to your scrutiny after the real robber of the Commissioners Dispatches, I send what I...
I yesterday received yours of May 14 from L’Orient and Aug. 13th. from Braintree with several...
I was not a little surprized Yesterday at seing a Letter from you to Mr. S. Adams by Mr. Archer,...
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 much chagrined at not having a Line about you by last Post. I did not expect one from you....
Decr. 2d. Resolved that a Commission be made out for Mr. J. Adams similar to that heretofore...
Your Favor of Octr. 17th. came this day to hand by the Post and contains such flattering...
ALS and copy: American Philosophical Society; copies: National Archives (two), Library of...
I had often considered your Situation, before the receipt of your Letter of the 16th; and I had...
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...
I inclose to you a Peice of Intelligence perhaps altogether new. The uti possidetis offered by...
Mr. Geary otherways engaged has given me the pleasure of forwarding this Intelligence from your...
I send you a few Prints and the last monthly Journals yet from the Press. The Enemy will give you...
It appears by Returns this day received from Genl. Gates that Burgoine must have destroyed his...
Mr Duncan the Bearer will be easily recollected by you as the Gentleman at whose House we boarded...
Advised and even pressed, by Friends near me and at a Distance, “ to go on to New York ;—to be in...
The Bearer Mr. Mease is Brother to the late Cloathier General and is intimately connected with an...
I wrote you a few days ago the Impromptú . I send much the same Papers now as then. Beg if the...
The year is rendered quite pleasing to me, in its beginning, by the arrival of your favour of the...
First and foremost, become a reconciling advocate for me with your dear lovely Portia, who, from...
We have this Evening a Letter from Mr. Bingham of Octr. 13th. in which he tells us that the...
Not a Line by yesterday’s Post from either you or Mr. Dana; nor indeed from any Person whatever...
I shall not in my great hurry repeat to you any of the matters which I have written to Mr. S....