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117th. (Adams Papers)
Began the 4th. Book of the Iliad. Here again the despicable beings, the Heathens made of their...
I was Sometime in doubt, whether any Notice Should be taken of the Tripoline Ambassador, but...
I should have paid the highest Respect to your Excellency’s Injunction of writing by every safe...
At a late Levee, the King, in conversation with one of the foreign Ministers, was pleased to say...
I was Sometime in doubt, whether any Notice Should be taken of the Tripoline Ambassador; but...
I should have paid the highest Respect to your Excellency’s Injunction of writing by every safe...
7[Diary entry: 17 February 1786] (Washington Papers)
Friday 17th. Thermometer at 38 in the Morning—52 at Noon and 48 at Night. A thick fog till 9...
Letter not found: from Robert Townsend Hooe, 17 Feb. 1786. On 21 Feb. GW wrote Hooe : “Your...
Barcelona, 17 Feb. 1786 . Randall would have paid the highest respect to the injunction of...
I was sometime in doubt, whether any Notice Should be taken of the Tripoline Ambassador; but...