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120th. (Adams Papers)
At nine this morning we left Plymouth, and proceeded with Sever, and Warren, to Kingston. They...
As the intelligence I am to communicate is in my opinion of the highest consequence to the...
I think it requisite to inform you that we have in our town M r. Waller Mowbray, a printer, in...
4[Diary entry: 20 April 1787] (Washington Papers)
Friday 20th. Mercury at in the Morng.— at Noon And at Night. Morning cold, with the Wind at No....
Flattered by the opinions of some of my friends, who have expressed a wish that I would offer...
Not till Within these few days have I been honoured with your favours of the 13th and 25th of...
The Secretary of the United States for the Department of foreign Affairs to whom was referred a...
By an act of the October 1785 session of the Virginia assembly, delegates to Congress from...