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We have had for a Fortnight or Three Weeks a Succession of Hot Weather, attended with an unusual...
I am favoured with an unexpected Opportunity, by Mr. Woodward the lame Man who once lived at Mr....
I have this morning sent Mr. Thaxter, with my two Sons to Leyden, there to take up their...
My Dear Mrs. Adams has Disappointed Me so often that I think I will no more promise myself the...
The States of Holland and West Friesland have followed the Example of Friesland, in acknowledging...
I ought to acknowledge with Gratitude, your constant Kindness in Writing to me, by every Post....
You will learn from the Newspapers before this reaches you, the situation of Things here. Mr....
I have not written the usual Compliment of Letters since I left Braintree; nor have I received...
You will see by the Newspapers, which I from time to time inclose, with what Rapidity, the...
My Almanac says that I wrote to you on the 9th. of October, but your Favour of Sepr. 26. received...
Upon an Invitation from the Board of War of Pensilvania, a Committee was appointed a few days ago...
This Morning, I received your two Letters of September 8th. and September 16th. —What shall I...
This is the first opportunity I have had since my Journey of congratulating you upon your dear...
I will not omit to acknowledge by this Post the Receipt of your Letter of the 24th. Ulto. because...
A very idle, vain Conversation, at a Dinner, has produced you this Letter from a venerable old...
Mr. Austin has at last arrived—he dined with me, Yesterday and today. He has been taken, and been...
I inclose for your Amusement, a Publication, made here within a few days. Somebody has inserted...
There is a Clock Calm, at this Time, in the political and military Hemispheres. The Surface is...
In my last I told you that the Case which was brought to my Lodgings for your Benefit did not...
I am to express my Acknowledgments to You for your kind favor of the 17th. June last, with which...
My Letters by Davis, Mr. Guild &c. are lost.—Pray did you get the Goods by Davis? This goes by...
It is hardly necessary that I should tell the amiable Portia of my having within 4 days received...
So I must Give up my Little Companion, my Young Friend. Your Claim is prior, your Title Cannot be...
This is the Anniversary of a memorable day, in the History of America: a day when the Principle...
By an express last night from Cape May, We learn that the Fleet went out of the Bay, the Morning...
We have not yet the least Intimation of Howes Design. He is wasting away the Time. Let him aim at...
I hoped long ere now to have Been at Braintree, but evry circumstance has hitherto been Against...
I have this Morning been out of Town to accompany our Generals Washington, Lee, and Schuyler, a...
After giving a few Lines for you yesterday to the Commissary General of Prisoners who was going...
I inclose £23:3:10—Twenty Pounds, seventeen Shillings being the Amount of the Account against Mr....
I have sent you, one yard of fine Cambrick, at 14 Livres an Ell, two of a coarser sort at 6...
No Letter from you, yet. I believe I shall Set off Tomorrow or next day, for the Hague, and Shall...
I am not displeased that the Call of Business obliges me to address you at this Time, and gives...
I should have wrote before according to promiss, but have been prevented the use of my Eyes by a...
Nothing but the Greatest affection for my dear Mrs. Adams Would Induce me to Break over the...
We wait and wait and wait forever, without any News from America. We get nothing but what comes...
This Week has produced an happy Reconciliation between the two Parties in this City and...
I cannot omit the Opportunity of writing you, a Line, by this Post. This Letter will I suppose,...
’Tis a pleasing Reflexion to one absent, that his Correspondence with his friends meets with no...
The inclosed Dialogue in the Shades was written by Mr. Edmund Jennings now residing at Brussells,...
Le Marquis de lafayette Most Respectful Compliments Wait on Mrs. Adams and is highly sensible of...
I have been lately more remiss, than usual in Writing to you. There has been a great Dearth of...
Having now a good opportunity I Cannot Let it Slip without writing a few Lines To You as it is...
We have a fine Piece of News this Morning of the March of 2000 of the Enemy, and destroying a...
The Situation of my dear Brother, at the date of yours 17. June, has allarmed me so much that I...
The Riding has been so hard and rough, and the Weather so cold that We have not been able to push...
When I left Paris, the 8 March, I expected to have been at Home before this Day and have done my...
Yesterday Morning I took a Walk, into Arch Street, to see Mr. Peele’s Painters Room. Peele is...
In acknowledging the receipt of your kind favor of 26th. October and in confessing it was...
I have paid Turner, his Wages up to this day, and settled all Accounts with him. Besides which I...