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Tho I have already acknowledged all your Letters, I will not let captain Scoet sail without a few...
Two days only are wanting to campleat six years since my dearest Friend first crost the...
As I did not write you by the last conveyance I will not omit the present. I supposed your sister...
I hope if the Marquiss de la Fayette is returned to Paris he may be able to give us some account...
your two Letters of May 21 & 26 were yesterday deliverd. captain Scot has not yet got up. I hope...
I thank you my dear Neice for your last kind Letter. There are no days in the whole year so...
Mrs Hay call’d upon me a sunday whilst I was gone to meeting to let me know that She expected to...
Your obliging favour by captain Folger came safe to Hand, and brought me the agreeable...
Mr. Storer says the ship in which he is to embark will go down to day and that he shall go on...
Your obliging Letter was handed me, on my return from a journey into Devonshire. it was one of...
I have sent by Captain Scott the Books you wrote for, and if there is any thing else in which I...
I have been 16 days at sea, and have not attempted to write a single Letter; tis true I have kept...
I wrote you by Captain Dashood just when I was about removeing from the Bath Hotel to Grovsnor...
Mr. Trumble will have the honour of delivering this to you. The knowledge you have of him, and...
Your Letter by way of Amsterdam had a quick passage and was matter of great pleasure to me. I...
I have time only to write you a line or two, not expecting captain Bigolow to Sail so Soon. I was...
If I had thought you would so soon have Sent for your dear little Girl, I should have been...
Yes my dear Neice, it was a Ceremony that one must study Some time to find out either utility or...
Mr Adams being absent upon publick Buisness in Holland when your Letter came to Hand I take the...
Mr. Adams has already written you that we arrived in London upon the 27 of May . We journey’d...
I have just returnd from a visit to Moor Place Moor feilds, Where I have been to take leave of my...
22Sunday June 20 1784. (Adams Papers)
Embarked on Board the ship Active Capt. Lyde commander, with my daughter and 2 servants for...
I have just sent some Letters to go by Captain Folger, but find he does not sail so soon as...
Col. Franks being detained to day by an accident gives me the opportunity of replieing to your...
As captain Folger is not yet gone I write a few more lines by him, tho I have nothing new to...
I have procured the Books for you, and Captain Folger not sailing quite so soon as I expected, I...
I write you a few lines my dear Lucy to thank you for your kind Letter, and to inform you that I...
I am determined not to neglect my pen for so long an interval as I did before your last Letters;...
We Reachd this place last evening and put up at a mr Avery’s private Lodgings, where we are very...
It is a very pleasent morning Sir, and I have risen a little after five, that I might have the...
I wrote you some days ago, and mr Gardner comeing in just as I had closed my Letter I inquired of...
Your favour of july 20th repeated to me the melancholy tidings of my dear Aunts Death. The first...
Your Letter by way of Bilboa dated February 25, did not reach me until the 2d. of this Month, yet...
I received yours of the 14 th and ever Since thursday have been in Hourly expectation of seeing...
April the 2 d: and the anniversary of the birth of my dear Grandson whom I am half distracted to...
If I had thought you would so soon have sent for your dear little Girl, I should have been...
Altho I have written you a very long Letter by way of Newyork, yet should one vessel go to Boston...
Your kind Letter of came to hand by captain Lyde. I had chid you for not writing by way of...
39Thursday [24 June]. (Adams Papers)
A fine wind and clear air but the Ship going before the wind rolls sadly. Dr. Clark has been well...
I told you in my last, that I was going to dine with my Friend Mrs. Rogers. You must know that...
This day 3 weeks I came on Board this Ship; and Heaven be praised, have hietherto had a...
I have now to acknowledge your kind favour of April 7th by Captain Folger— I have already written...
I think when I finishd the last page I was rubbing myself up on Board Ship. But this was not the...
Your letter from Harwich, dated August 10, reached us upon the 11th. We were very glad to hear of...
Col. Humphries talks of leaving us on monday. It is with regret I assure you Sir that we part...
Captain Lyde is to Sail this week. I will not let him go without a few lines to you, tho Captain...
I hope every post to hear from you, but every post has hithertoo dissapointed me. a month is a...
The affliction under which you are now labouring has been protracted to a much longer period,...
Mr. Adams being absent I replie to your Letter this day received, that Mr. Adams has written to...
I give you joy of the day, as I presume it is commencment with you at Cambridge, and as it is...