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126th. (Adams Papers)
The students return, slowly. Cranch went back to Braintree last night. Clark arrived from...
I write you a few lines my dear Lucy to thank you for your kind Letter, and to inform you that I...
I dare say, my friend, when you receive this, you will think I have moved with great rapidity....
4[Diary entry: 26 April 1787] (Washington Papers)
Thursday 26th. Mercury at in the Morning— at Noon and at N. Cloudy and soft all day with...
By the Sloop Dolphin Capt. Steward who sailed last week for Alexandria I have shipp’d the scythes...
Being under the necessity of immediately discharging some claims against me, I am obliged to call...
I have at this place three Casks of good Salt Butter weight, 55 lb. 55 do 56 do amount 166 lb. @...
The question on the motion to repeal the rule was called for. After some little conversation Mr....
Doctr. Currie our mutual Friend, has been so obliging as to give up to me the new Edition of the...
This Letter comes by my good friend Captain Samuel Pierce on board of whose vessel I send a Large...