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101 Campbell, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Campbell, 12 August 1809 1809-08-12 Have I mistaken your political principles or have I rightly understood them as being truly...
102 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 12 August 1809 1809-08-12 WE will now return to Mr. Laurens, on the correspondence upon other subjects. On the 14th of...
103 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 14 August 1809 1809-08-14 I send you herewith some more of Col Duane’s papers. You will perceive in One of them proposals...
104 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 16 August 1809 1809-08-16 1780, November—wrote to Mr. Jennings: “I have received yours of the first. Will you be so good as...
105 Cunningham, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Cunningham, 18 August 1809 1809-08-18 The last mail brought me your favour of the 8th of July, with a postscript of the 13th. inst....
106 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 18 August 1809 1809-08-18 Amsterdam, November 17, 1780—wrote to Congress: “From the time of the arrival of my commission, I...
107 Thomson, Ignatius Adams, John To John Adams from Ignatius Thomson, 22 August 1809 1809-08-22 Most respectable Patriot I take the liberty at sending to you by the mail an oration which I...
108 Guest, Henry Adams, John To John Adams from Henry Guest, 25 August 1809 1809-08-25 I took the liberty some time back, (I cannot say how long, as I did not kn date the copy of that...
109 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 25 August 1809 1809-08-25 I enclose you four numbers of Duane’s paper. They contain a good deal of matter relative to the...
110 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 25 August 1809 1809-08-25 1780, Nov. 30th—wrote to Congress: “The state of parties in this republic is still critical. Many...
111 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 29 August 1809 1809-08-29 1780, December 9th—wrote to general James Warren, (among many other things, some too trifling,...
112 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 31 August 1809 1809-08-31 If I were not as disinterested as a Patriot, I should answer every Line from you as soon as recd....
113 Adams, John Ward, Joseph From John Adams to Joseph Ward, 31 August 1809 1809-08-31 If I had not been blind to my own Interest I should have Sooner acknowledged your favor of 23d of...
114 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 1 September 1809 1809-09-01 Thanks for yours of Aug. 25 and the Papers enclosed. They are very high and very warm. You...
115 Adams, John Guest, Henry From John Adams to Henry Guest, 5 September 1809 1809-09-05 Your Grand Daughter writes so beautiful a hand that you need not be at a loss for an Amanuensis....
116 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 5 September 1809 1809-09-05 The moments were so critical, that I felt it my duty to transmit to Congress every circumstance,...
117 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 6 September 1809 1809-09-06 Although for many years past I have read nothing, but books upon medicine on week days, & upon...
118 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 8 September 1809 1809-09-08 1780, Dec. 30—wrote to Congress: “The Province of Zealand having been opposed to the other...
119 Cunningham, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Cunningham, 9 September 1809 1809-09-09 On our way home from Quincy, we were detained by the kindnesses of friends till the last evening....
120 Ward, Joseph Adams, John To John Adams from Joseph Ward, 9 September 1809 1809-09-09 I have to make my grateful acknowledgements for your favour of the 31 Ult. I read, it as I do...
121 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 12 September 1809 1809-09-12 Amsterdam, January 1st, 1781—wrote to Congress: “The mail from London arrived this morning,...
122 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 16 September 1809 1809-09-16 Amsterdam, January 14th, 1781—wrote to Congress: “In an excursion which I have lately made...
123 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 19 September 1809 1809-09-19 1781, January 18—wrote to Mr. Mazzei, at Florence: “Yesterday I received yours, of the 19th of...
124 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 22 September 1809 1809-09-22 ALL the gentlemen in Holland who were the most friendly to the American cause, were excessively...
125 Cunningham, William Adams, John To John Adams from William Cunningham, 23 September … 1809-09-23 My letter of the 9th. inst. had an enclosure which it is so interesting to myself, as well as to...
126 Adams, John Cunningham, William From John Adams to William Cunningham, 27 September … 1809-09-27 Yesterday I received your favour of the 23d and had before in its season received that of the 9th...
127 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 27 September 1809 1809-09-27 I recd. in course yours of the 7th. Fox was a remarkable Character. I admire the Morsell of...
128 Adams, John Ward, Joseph From John Adams to Joseph Ward, 27 September 1809 1809-09-27 Your Letters are a Cordial to me. I am glad to know that one Man of Sense has read my...
129 Adams, John Boston Patriot From John Adams to Boston Patriot, 29 September 1809 1809-09-29 1781, February 1st—wrote to Congress: “One of the most brilliant events which has yet been...
130 Rush, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Rush, 30 September 1809 1809-09-30 “Great men (says Lord Bacon) have neither Ancestors nor posterity.” This, you and I know is not...