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I feel as tho I was much further removed from all my Friends and Connections in at the State of Massachusetts, than one hundred and 50 miles from Philadelphia could make me. We have indeed come into a new part of the world, and amongst a new Set of inhabitants; it is a city in name, and that in a wilderness, a beautifull Spot by nature—but it must be commerce; and the introduction of a more...
I wrote to you not long since and inclosed a Bill of a hundred dollars which I hope you received. I inclose in this a Bill of ten dollars out of which you will please to pay two pounds 12 Shillings to Rube Harman which will be due to her in Janry for a quarters wages. I could wish my dear Sir that every Bill due might be discharged as you have the means; we shall then know what our income is,...
I have yours of the 2d. ——before this, you have Seen the Treaty with France. The full assurance of your Newspapers, has been wholly disappointed. Mr Jefferson and Mr Burr have equal Numbers 73.—Which will be Chief? I Shall be in Quincy as early in the Spring as the Roads and Weather will permit. The only Question remaining with me is what I shall do with myself? Something I must do or Ennui...
There is a little painting which I should be glad to have Mr. Beal do as soon as he can, my kitchin floor & closet and the Sink which was omitted last year, and the Chamber over the best chamber which floor was only primed last year—I would have the Green Window blinds compleated which were to have been done last year, and have them painted; this will compleat the list of my repairs—and I do...
I received your kind and friendly Letter of December 15 and thank you for your sympathetic condolence upon an event severely afflicting to a parent, in this case armed with many a barbed arrow, to infinite wisdom I bow in humble Submission, may the Chastning hand of providence be duly noticed by me, so that those Children who survive, may be doubly blessed to their parents. The year past is a...
KNOW ALL MEN by these Presents, That I John Adams of Quincy in the County of Norfolk and Commonwealth of Massachusetts Esquire do make, constitute and appoint Cotton Tufts of Weymouth in the County aforesaid Esquire my true and lawful Attorney, for me and in my Name to sell, assign and transfer the whole or any Part of the Six Pr. Cent Stock of T whatever Description standing in my Name in the...
my Son J Q Adams has an opportunity of employing the Sum I have which is payd of Eight pr Cent Stock. will you be so good as to draw Such an order as will enable him to receive it, and inclose it to me I Shall go to Town tomorrow he will leave Boston on monday DNDAR .
Know all men by these Presents, That I John Adams of Quincy in the County of Norfolk & Commonwealth of Massachusetts Esquire do make, constitute and appoint Cotton Tufts of Weymouth in the said County Esquire my true and lawful Attorney, for me and in my Name to sell, assign and tran s fer all or any part of the Stock now standing or that may hereafter stand in my Name on the Books of the...