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I am again safe arrived in this city after an absence of five weeks. By the last vessels I wrote...
I presume my dear Lucy would be dissapointed if her cousin does not deliver her a line from her...
I would not omit so good an opportunity as presents by Mr. Short, of continuing the...
The Mail is this day arrived, but not a Line have I got from you, nor have I heard a word from...
Last evening col Forrest sent a servant with a Letter addrest to me, but upon opening it, I found...
Mr. Storers departure is delayed from day to day so that I fear he will have a dissagreeable time...
I cannot begin my Letter by thanking you for yours. You write so seldom, that you, do not give me...
your Letters by Captain Callihan did not come to hand untill the 7 th ult. and I embrace the...
I inclose to you my sons Letters, which you will be so kind as to return safe to me again; as...
I received Letters dated about the middle of November from Mr. Adams, in which he was very urgent...
I inclose a pamphlet upon darying which when you have read, be so good as to give to Pheby...
I believe that Mr. Storer is going to leave Us in good earnest. He has so long and so many months...
I have already written you a long letter giving you an account, of my journey, this must relate...
I would not omit writing you, because you seem to think you have been agrieved. I do not...
I went from my own little writing room below stairs just now into your Pappas; where Mr. Storer...
My fourth Letter I begin to you. I dare not reckon the Number I have to write; least I should...
I have not received a Line from you, nor heard a Syllable Since yours of November 18th, which I...
Excuse me I have time only to tell you that I designd to have written, but the captain sails...
When I wrote you last I did not know that petit had taken places in the Stage & paid for them....
Your Letters of july 6th and August 15th were duly received. The accounts containd in Yours of...
I do not expect to date you any more letters from this place. Delighfull and blooming Garden, how...
Did you ever my dear Betsy see a person in real Life such as your imagination form’d of Sir...
Accept my thanks for your kind Letter of March 18th and for the pleasing favourable account you...
Altho I have heithertoo felt a diffidence in addressing a Lady with whom I have not the pleasure...
Dearer if possible than ever; for all the parental props which once sustaind and supported me are...
MS (M/AA/1, APM Reel 197). PRINTED: JA , D&A , 3:212–217 . AA began her Diary in London on 30...
177Wedensday [23 June]. (Adams Papers)
Our ship dirty, ourselves sick. Went upon deck and sent the servants down to clean her up: very...
Your kind Letters of July and August are before me. I thank you most sincerely for the particular...
As well in compliance with your request, as to gratify my own inclination I take my pen after 3...
I would not omit so good an opportunity as presents by Mr. Short, of continuing the...
Altho afflicted to day with one of my bad headaches; I must write you, least the vessel should...
I know your good will to have written to me if you had been able. It gives me pain to hear that...
I hope this will be the last Letter which I shall have occasion to write to you, before I embark...
You bring me much deeper in Debt than I was aware of, but thus it often happens to those who are...
I know you will rejoice with me that all was happily over & mrs Smith safely abed before I reachd...
After I had closed my letter to you of yesterday I went into the city four mils distant I am from...
I received your agreeable Letter with much pleasure: having only before heard of the arrival of...
A fine Salmon by the Exeter Stage; a week ago informd me that the Gentleman from whom I had...
It will not be in my power to get Beaf. Bisquit I can procure, I shall prepaire a dinner here and...
Your obligeing favour was handed me from Mr. Guild, at a time when I was engaged in the...
There is something so disagreeable to one’s feelings in taking a final leave of our friends, and...
192Sunday June 27. (Adams Papers)
I have been so sick that I could not be regular in my journal. We have had two days calm since we...
At length Heaven be praised I am with our daughter safely landed upon the British Shore after a...
Mrs Adams presents her respectfull compliments to Mr Jefferson and asks the favour of him to...
I wrote you so largly by the Newyork December packet, that a few lines must now suffice. I cannot...
yours of Febry 6th did not reach me untill Folger had saild. I take the first opportunity to...
I was this day made very happy by the arrival of a son in whom I can trace the strongest likeness...
I designd to have written you a much Longer Letter than I shall now be able to. The State of...
I inclose to you the papers which contain the correspondence between Lord George Gordon and mr...
£ s d to 2 peices of Irish linen at 4s. pr. yd. 8 14 0 to making 12 Shirts at 3s. pr Shirt 1 16 0...