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It is indeed a long time since I have receiv’d any Letters from my friends in America, and I must...
I am afraid you will think I was negligent in not writing more than I did by so good an...
Altho’ I have already written you by Mr. Brush who will probably deliver this to you; yet I...
I have been wanting to write to you this sometime but there has been nothing worth writing, and...
As you may possibly not come here before the 18th I write to know, if I must leave these lodgings...
I reciev’d this morning your letter of the 14th. in which you speak of Poetry, and although I...
I reciev’d this morning your yesterday’s favour, in which you say, you want to hear of my...
I receiv’d three days agone your favour of Feby. 5th. I have found a good Latin and french...
I arrived here in very good health yesterday morning at about 6. o’clock, after having spent some...
I received a day or two agone the vocabulary which I desir’d you to send, for which I am much...
I wrote you just after I arrived here, and gave you a short sketch of my Journey from Amsterdam...
I have this day received two letters from you of the 20th. in one of which you say you would have...
The fair ended last Saturday, and yesterday I began to translate Suetone’s life of Caligula; Mr....
Last Tuesday I went to pay a visit to Mr. van Berkel and when I return’d I receiv’d your favours...
Coll. Vallentin having been detained some time at Amsterdam by the arrival of the Grand Duke...
We arrived here on Monday the 16/27 instant having left Amsterdam the N.S. 7th of July And rode...
I receiv’d last Tuesday your favour of the 29th of last month. As Mr. Dumas is so good as to read...
Last night I received your letters of the 14th and 15th. You make me a great number of questions...
I suppose you have receiv’d before now my letter from Copenhagen dated Feby. 20th. in which I...
Inclosed are some numbers of the lettres Hollandoises. I took them out of thier covers, because I...
I receiv’d some days agone two setts of the 3d. and 4th. volumes of the Politique Hollandais,...
I yesterday received your’s of the 31st of Jany. in whic you desir’d me to write you a few lines...
The other day I received your letter, of the 12th of this month, in which you ask me whether my...
I should have written to you by Mr. Felleisen, who will doubtless have arrived before this comes...
Mr. Thaxter and brother Charles wrote both to you the day before yesterday and as I had no...
I wrote you last Tuesday by Mr. Hardouin who will arrive in Paris I suppose to morrow. I have not...
The bearer of this, is Mr. Hardouin a French young Gentleman whose company I had the pleasure of...
I arrived here a few days agone, and expect to be at the Hague by the latter end of this month...
I arrived here about a week agone, and expected to leave this place in a vessel for Kiel, (which...
Some days agone I received a letter from you dated May last. The true reason why I have not...
Je viens de recevoir la lettre que vous m’avez fait l’honneur de m’écrire le 22 du mois passé et...
Monsieur D ana reçut il y a quelques jours une lettre, par la quelle vous lui mandéz...
Monsieur Faleisen qui vous remettra ceci se proposant de partir aujourd’hui pour Amsterdam, nous...
We arriv’d here the 16th of August old stile, (which is universally used yet, all over this...
I received a few days agone your favour of the 14th. of August. You say you have had a Fire for...
3626th. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Stay’d at home all day. Mr. Artaud dined at Mr. Rimbert’s. In the afternoon Mr. D. went and took...
3716th. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Stay’d at home all day. Mr. D. went to the court Comedy to see a Russian play. Stormy windy weather.
3830th. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
In the forenoon Mr. D went to Mr. Wolff’s. In the afternoon I went and took a ride with him. Fine...
396th. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Stay’d at home all day. Mr. D rode out in the afternoon. Pretty good weather.
4020th. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon Mr. Wolff came to see Mr. D. Mr. D. went and took a ride in the afternoon. I went...
4110th. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Finish’d Cicero’s oration pro Marcello. In the afternoon I went to the shops with Mr. Artaud. Mr....
42[January 1782] (Adams Papers)
Began to read Hume’s history of England. David Hume, The History of England, from the Invasion of...
43January 1st. 1783. (Adams Papers)
We found here Mr. Schiebe a gentleman who left Stockholm about a week before us. Norrkiöping is...
4426th. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
This day the Count Greco, Mr. Gummer and Mr. Peyron dined here. In the evening I went with Mr....
4519th. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon Mr. D went to take a walk. After dinner he went with Mr. Artaud to the shops. Mr....
4618th. Monday. (Adams Papers)
This morning we set off from Varsala in a boat and went 5. miles as far as Kůmlinge. Fine weather.
4730th. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
This morning I went and took leave of the Baron Albedyhll the Swedish chargé d’affaires here, and...
489th. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon I went with Mr. D. to the French minister’s hotel. Mr. Normandes the Spanish Chargé...
4923d. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
This day Mr. Blondot dined with us. In the afternoon Mr. Hoogwerst came to pay us a visit. Stay’d...
5022d. Friday. (Adams Papers)
This evening at about 11.o’clock we arrived at Stockholm. We found all the taverns in the town...