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121st. (Adams Papers)
The weather cleared up in the Night; somewhat cold, and very windy. Mr. Evans set off in the...
Captain Lyde arrived a week ago, and yesterday, he and mr Jenks dinned with us. By the latter we...
I have desired Colonel Smith to go Express to Paris, to intreat you to come here without loss of...
My Friend D r Price has kindly permitted me to read his Letter and to inclose mine with it—...
5[Diary entry: 21 February 1786] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 21st. Thermometer at 40 in the Morning—40 at Noon and 38 at N. Clear, with the wind...
Your Letter of the 17th did not get to my hands ’till yesterday, or it should have received an...
Since the beginning of the Season for gathering Fruit, I have been very particular in my...
I have desired Colonel Smith to go Express to Paris, to intreat you to come here without loss of...
Your favor of Nov. 18. 1785. came to my hands on the 27th. of the same month. I never had a...
Mr. Madison having given you before he left Richmond a history of the proceedings of the assembly...