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15th. (Adams Papers)
Snow’d moderately, a large part of the day. We recite to Mr. Burr. Professor Pearson, gave a...
Mr. Hamilton pursuant to concurrent resolutions of both Houses of the Legislature, on the 24th of...
On motion of Mr. Sickles, the house went into a committee of the whole on the different petitions...
4[Diary entry: 5 March 1787] (Washington Papers)
Monday 5th. Mercury at 34 in the Morning—42 at Noon and 38 at Night. Cloudy morning with the Wind...
I wrote you on the 22d ultimo, that the affairs of Massachusetts were quietly settling down to...
Enclosed are duplicates of two letters which I have had the honor to address to you but have not...
Some time ago I receivd your Letter in Answer to mine respecting your Lands on the Great...
Your Favr of the 22d February pr Majr Barret, never came to my hands until this day. The Seeds I...
We have the honor of inclosing a copy of M. Van Berkel’s note to Congress respecting an act of...
I hope the temperature of the air of Provence has made you less sensible of the inconstancy and...