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I have Just Received from your son—your Obliging Letter of this Days Date In Which as Secretary...
I have received your obliging Letter of the 19th. A drawback on Rum exported is admitted by the...
Your favor of August 10th was duly received and immediately communicated with several other...
You have lost the Opportunity of sharing in the Glory of some of your Friends in this City, who...
Your Favour of April 19. I believe has not yet been acknowledged. The Extracts from the King of...
I cannot give up my dear Latin and Greek although Fortune has never permitted me to enjoy so much...
It is a long time Since I have rec d any Letter from you, and the Report that you have had a...
108July 18 1796. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Billings is at hoe. The Kitchen Folk say he is steady. A terrible drunken distracted Week he has...
Your Letter of the 19 of October from London gave me great Joy and all your other Friends of whom...
Cheesman has at length arrived and I have rec d my Trunk in much better order than I expected....
111July 22. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Billings sober and steady, persevering in his declaration that he will not drink, these 12...
112August 1. 1796. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Hands all gone to finish our Equinoctial Line of Wall as Billings calls it.—Hot, sultry, muggy...
[ Quincy, Massachusetts, August 4, 1792. On August 16, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Adams : “I have...
I have taken a Sheet of Paper, only to wish you an happy new Year and many happy repetitions of...
I am much obliged by your favor of March 20th and very apprehensive that this is not the only...
Thank you for your favour of the 28 ult. There is an entire harmony, between the two Persons you...
1171795 June 21. (Adams Papers)
Lime dissolves all vegetable Substances, such as Leaves, Straws, Stalks, Weeds, and converts them...
Yesterday, I had the Pleasure of receiving our letter of the 16th of March. My Son’s name is John...
I rec d this morning your kind Letter of the 7 th. and wonder you had not rec d a Letter. I wrote...
The inclosed Pamphlet and Papers I have received this Week from the Author, with his request to...
Yesterday I received your kind and pleasing Letter of the 26, and am happy to hear of your and...
Last night I received your kind Letter of Sept r. 3 d and am sorry to find that your Books were...
Your Letter of Feb. 6. has made so deep an Impression that it may not be amiss to make a few more...
M r Dalton, M r Jenkes and myself are at Penfields in good health and Spirits.— My Horses perform...
Mr. Charles Adams, my Second Son, the Bearer of this Letter, I beg leave to introduce to you.—He...
I received; last Evening the Letter you did me the honour to write me, the 30th of July, and am...
127[November 1791] (Adams Papers)
Williamson. Great Numbers emigrate to the back parts of North and S.C. and G. for the Sake of...
The first Thing I have to communicate to you, must be an Explanation of the Date of my Letter....
Your letters put me more and more out of Patience every Post. Why, in that of the 6th. do you...
The inclosed Volume was lately sent in to me by a Servant—I have Since heard that the Author of...
131Memorandum, 1789 (Adams Papers)
President. Vice-President. Mr. Langdon 1. Mr. Dalton & Lady 2 Mr. Wingate 1. Mr. Strong 1 Mr....
The Newspapers will inform you of our interminable Delays. The House have asked for Papers and...
Our Antifœderal Scribblers are so fond of Rotations that they Seem disposed to remove their...
As I had promised myself much Pleasure, in a few hours Conversation with you in my Way to...
I this day rec d your favours of the 8. and 12 th. but how this last could have leaped to this...
I have received your kind Letter and thank you for your friendly Congratulations I begged a Copy...
It is now determined what the President has to depend on after the 4 th March. The Committee...
I congratulate you on your Admission to the Bar and your taking Possession of an Office in So...
I have rec d your favour of Nov. 23.— M r Cooper The Friend of our Diplomatic at the Hague, I...
Your Letter of April 27 was put into the Post office at New York and I have neither seen nor...
I have received your polite letter of the second of this month, and am obliged to you for this...
I am delighted with your delicious little Letter of 14 th. —but was puzzled to guess where you...
I take an opportunity by part of my family bound to London, to remind you of a person who is...
Rode to the Swamp, at the Top of Penns hill. Trask is mowing the Bushes, cutting the Trees, and...
The Note from Piemont, I would not have Sued by any means. Hopkins’s Pretentions I have no Idea...
I have rec d your favour of the 22 d I believe it is, and am glad to hear that the People of...
147July 24. 1796. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
We are to have for a Preacher a Mr. Whitcomb. Billings is still cool and steady. In the 1st. Vol....
As you Seem to wish to know my sentiments of M r Kents Lecture I will give you a few Hints to...
149August 3. 1796. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Brisler is going to Squantum and Long Island, for my Twin Oxen who are reprieved for a Year. The...
I have received your kind letter of March 29th and the packet of pamphlets, and I pray you to...