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I promised to write you an account of the scituation of my mind. The natural strength of my...
I am set down with a Design of writing to you.—But the narrow Sphere I move in, and the lonely...
Tho’ I acknowledge that one ought never to be asham’d to speak the truth; yet I find my self much...
In my last you remember I desired your sincere Opinion of the new Resolution I had taken, but as...
Braintree October–December? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary The Earliest Diary of John Adams ,...
I was at Boston yesterday and saw your Brother who was well. I have but a moments notice of an...
I have been determined, a long Time, to write you by the first Opportunity that should present,...
I have but a few Moments, to congratulate you on the fresh Blessing to your Family.—Another fine...
I thank you most kindly for your obliging Letter. And beg the Continuance of your Correspondence....
I hear that a letter from one P——s, a clergyman in Connecticut, has been intercepted, and that an...