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I had last night the pleasure to receive the Letter your Excellency did me the Honor to write me on the twenty first of this Month inclosing the Resolutions of the Senate and Assembly of New York and their unanimous Address. I can scarcely imagine any Event that could do me more honor or give me greater Satisfaction. The Unanimity of New York, of vast importance in the Union, is an happy Omen...
I have received In a Letter written at your request by his Excellency John Jay the Governor of the State of New York, your unanimous Address. If an Address of So much Dignity, and Wisdom Authority could have received any Addition from the Channell of Conveyance, you have chosen that which is nearest to my heart, in his Excellency John Jay the Governor of the State of New York, of whose Purity...
I received last night the letter you did me the honor to write on the 25th. I had before received those of 30. 31 of July & 3d August & notwithstanding the heat of the weather my own ill health and the dangerous sickness of Mrs. Adams, I should not have failed to answer them, if I had perceived any thing in them to disapprove, or thought of any thing to improve your plans. I am equally well...
I have this moment received your letter of the 25th with the 12 permits. I am exremely sorry for the sickness of Mrs. Adams, and hope your anxiety for her will soon be relieved by her restoration to health. Excepting a slight indisposition of one of our children my family is in perfect health. A day or two before I left Philadelphia Mr. Brisler called on me, and mentioned some public papers in...
A most astonishing derangement of our post has rendered it almost useless as the channel of communication. your letter of July 18 . was 25 days on it’s passage to me, that of Aug. 9. was 16 days; so that instead of 8. days as formerly letters are now never received under 16. days from Philadelphia & from that up to 22. and this is not all; for I recieve those letters now by a return post, so...