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122d. (Adams Papers)
Very cold weather. We drank tea at Williams’s. Bridge, and I went and pass’d the evening at Judge...
Mr. Hamilton was against having the words struck out. The state had received the same advantage...
I am to acknolege the honor of your letter of Jan. 29. and of the papers you were so good as to...
I am to acknolege the honor of your letter of Jan. 29. and of the papers you were so good as to...
Monsieur le Comte, par les affaires dont une voiage projettée m’a accablé il y a quelque tems, je...
The storm in Massachusetts is subsiding for the present. But what effects the disfranchisement of...
The Royal Society have receiv’d your present of a Defence of the Constitutions of Government of...
Letter not found: to Alexander Spotswood, 22 Feb. 1787. On 5 Mar. Spotswood wrote : “Your Favr of...
9[Diary entry: 22 February 1787] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 22d. Mercury at 30 in the morng.—55 at Noon and 48 at Night. Day pleasant, with the Wind...
Motives of regard, to the general Interests of the United States, prompt this Address; your...