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118th. (Adams Papers)
I went to the Office in the forenoon; but found myself incapacitated to do any thing, and...
The kind and condescending Congratulations of so illustrious a Body as the Legislature of the...
Am I to be mortified by finding that I have not been missed among those who have paid their...
If amidst the vast Concourse of Friends who have eagerly pressed to welcome your safe Arrival to...
5[Diary entry: 18 June 1788] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 18th. Thermometer at 70 in the Morning—75 at Noon And 72 at Night. Clear in the...
I cannot account for your not having received some of my letters, my dear Marquis, before you...
No question direct or indirect has yet been taken, by which the state of parties could be...
No question has been yet taken by which the strength of parties can be ascertained. Each hopes...
No question has yet been taken by which real strength of parties in our Convention can be...
No question direct or indirect has yet been taken, by which the state of parties could be...
We are all extremely uneasy at your Indisposition—how much to be regretted indeed! And...
The Antifederalists maintained that the electoral college created by Article II, Section 1, would...
Mr. Madison , adverting to Mr. Mason’s objection to the president’s power of pardoning, said, it...
Beaucaire, 18 June 1788 . Wrote to TJ two years ago about his situation as an officer who had...
My last to you was of the 17. Ult. since which I have been honored with yours of May 22. and June...
Your favor of the 13th. inst. came to hand the night before last. I am sorry to find you have...