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In Observing the different operation of Whig principles upon different people, I have been led to...
It would have given me great pleasure to have Spent an hour with you in this place After my...
I have little to add to the long letter I wrote to you a few days ago, but that the event of the...
I fear you will class me with the weeping philosophers of antiquity, but I cannot help it. He who...
The disorders of our Army do not proceed from any natural faults in our men. On the contrary I...
Yorktown, 22 January 1778. RC ( Adams Papers ); printed : Benjamin Rush, Letters Letters of...
Lancaster, 8 February 1778. RC ( Adams Papers ); printed : Benjamin Rush, Letters Letters of...
Your letter written a few days before your embarkation from for France, lays me under an...
The same Opinion of your Abilities and Zeal for our country which made me rejoice in your...
Accept of my thanks for your early and puntual Attention to my letter. I have ever thought myself...
I cannot help troubling you with a second Answer to your letters on purpose to congratulate you...
This letter will be handed to you by Dr. John Foulke (a Graduate in our University) a young...
The reduction—I will not say loss of Charlestown has produced a new Era in the politicks of...
Behold the fruits of the french Alliance! Our young men no longer look upon Great Britain as...
The discovery of Arnold’s treachery, and the new Bennington Affair in the South, have given fresh...
Your favor of Sepr. 20 from Amsterdam came safe to hand. The contents of it were of so important...
The bearer Mr. George Harrison intends to spend a few years in a compting house in Amsterdam. He...
Accept of my congratulations upon the Success of your negociations at the Hague. Your countrymen...
Permit an old friend to congratulate you upon your Safe Arrival in your native country. I...
Your affectionate and instructing letter of Decemr 2nd. did not reach me ‘till yesterday. I...
Few events have happened since the 17th of Septemr: 1788, which have afforded more pleasure than...
From the influence as president of the Senate, and a citizen of Massachusetts, that you will have...
Accept of my sincere congratulations upon your arrival in New York, and upon your advancement to...
Inasmuch As I never mean to solicit an Office of any kind under Congress for myself, I am induced...
I find you, & I must agree , not to disagree , or we must cease to discuss political questions. I...
I have been so long accustomed to regard all your opinions upon government with reverence, that I...
I enclose to you a small essay which I consider as a full reply to that part of your letter which...
From an unfortunate concurrence of circumstances, I find myself under the influence of the same...
Altho’ we differ in our Opinions About the Latin and Greek languages, and some Other matters of...
Ever since the last week in Octobr I have been engaged in composing & delivering a new course of...