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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...
And so my dear Sister all your Nephews have quitted your Hospitable Mansion for the university of...
I cannot let my son return to America without a few lines to you, nor will I doubt their being...
I received your Letter this Day when I was in Paris—for the last time! I took my leave of it, but...
your obliging favour of Feb ry 27 was brought me in the absence of mr Adams, who is gone to...
My last Letter to you was written in Sepbr. I closed it, because I knew not how to think upon any...
In a Letter which Mr. Tyler wrote me not long since he informd me that Mr. Alleyne was about...
66Monday Mor’g 28 June. (Adams Papers)
A very dissagreeable Night. Wind at the southard near the Banks of Newfoundland. The morning...
Last week Captains Folger & Callihan arrived by whom we received all your Letters & Bills. the...
I began a Letter to you yesterday which I designd to have finishd last evening, but as we had a...
mr Blodget is going passenger in Captain Callihan and has offerd to take a Letter to you, who are...
I received by Col Franks Your obliging favour and am very sorry to find your wrist Still...
When I wrote you by Captain Dashood, I was obliged for want of time to break of before I had...
I have to thank you for your very inteligent Letter of May 4, and am glad to find one writer who...
The Gentleman who is so kind as to convey this to you is from Carolina, his Name is Smith. He is...
I have been much dissapointed in not receiving any Letters from your Father or you by the late...
I Hope you have before now received my letter, which was ordered on board with Captain Lyde, but...
I find Sir, what I never doubted; that you are a Gentleman of your word: I thank you for the...
Captain Callihan arrived yesterday at Portsmouth and to day your letter came safe to hand. A...
Col. Humphries talks of leaving us on Monday. It is with regret, I assure you, Sir, that we part...
The Gentleman who is so kind as to convey this to you is from Carolina, his name is Smith. He is...
It is now ten days since we left London, and have been waiting at Portsmouth and here for the...