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1 Adams, John Quincy 21st. 1786-01-21 Finished the Epodes of Horace, and the third book of Xenophon’s Cyropaedia. There is no poem of...
2 Adams, John Jay, John From John Adams to John Jay, 21 January 1786 1786-01-21 On Wednesday, the Chevalier De Pinto informed me that he had written to Lisbon, for Explanations...
3 Adams, John Lafayette, Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du … From John Adams to the Marquis de Lafayette, 21 January … 1786-01-21 I am very glad to learn by your Kind favour of the 9 th. that Boylston has sold his oil to...
4 Adams, John Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de From John Adams to the Comte de Sarsfield, 21 January … 1786-01-21 If I were as fortunate as you are and could pass the Water from Dover to Calais in 3 hours, I...
5 Sharp, Granville Adams, John To John Adams from Granville Sharp, 21 January 1786 1786-01-21 The Books which I had the honour to request your Excellency’s acceptance of, (viz t....
6 Adams, John Jay, John John Adams to the John Jay, 21 Jan. 1786 1786-01-21 On Wednesday, the Chevalier De Pinto informed me that he had written to Lisbon, for Explanations...
7 Adams, John Jones, John Paul John Adams to John Paul Jones, 21 Jan. 1786 1786-01-21 I am honoured with your Letter of the 7 th. of the month from Paris—and will support D r....
8 Adams, John Lafayette, Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du … John Adams to the Marquis de Lafayette, 21 Jan. 1786 1786-01-21 I am very glad to learn by your Kind favour of the 9 th. that Boylston has sold his oil to...
9 Adams, John Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de John Adams to the Comte de Sarsfield, 21 Jan. 1786 1786-01-21 If I were as fortunate as you are and could pass the Water from Dover to Calais in 3 hours, I...
10 Adams, John Waltersdorff, Baron de John Adams to Baron de Waltersdorff, 21 Jan. 1786 1786-01-21 I am desired by Commadore Jones to write you upon the subject of a Compensation for the Prizes...