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Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 4 February 1794, "The Indisposition..." [electronic edition]
... Philadelphia Feb. 4. 1794 My dearest Friend The Indisposition of my ever honoured and beloved Mother gives me a very tender Anxiety. I hope she may yet get the better of her Disorder and enjoy a good share of Health. Remember me to her in the most affectionate and dutiful manner. You ask me I wish to give any Directions. I pray you not to let the good old Lady know that you ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 12 June 1795 [electronic edition]
... Phil. June 12 1795 Saturday My dearest friend I have only time to say that I am well. That Mr. Paine has arrived and Mr. Vining will be here to day when the Senate will be full. I have no hopes of the Senates rising before next Saturday -- if the Business is sooner finished I shall be pleasantly disappointed. Mrs. Washington desires to be most Affectionately remembered to you ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 14 November 1789 [electronic edition]
... dreary but the prospect is Beautifull tho in Ruins. Remember me affectionately to all inquiring Friends and believe me most tenderly and affectionately your A Adams ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 23 April 1796 [electronic edition]
... Phil. 23. Ap. 96 My Dearest Friend Mr. Brisler desires me to request you to let his Wife have ten dollars. I would inclose it, but I suppose it is hardly worth while. The H. of R. is as determin'd as ever according to all Appearances. When the Question will be taken I know not. They have no Bowells for their Country. Three Mass. Men are among the most obstinate and obdurate ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 15 February 1777 [electronic edition]
... cannot. I must have Horses and a Servant, for Congress will be likely to remove several Times in the Course of the ensuing Year. I am impatient to hear from you, and most tenderly anxious for your Health and Happiness. I am also most affectionately solicitous for my dear N. J. C. and T. to whom remember Yours. We long to hear of the Formation of a new Army. We shall loose the most happy ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 13 June 1780 [electronic edition]
... children a most kind and affectionate Mother. I have had one of the little Girls with me, and shall keep her till he can supply his family with better assistance. We are greatly anxious for the fate of Charlestown, no Fleet arrived, yet no Alliance -- am tired a looking for them. -- Constitution will pass, will be accepted, we shall have a constitution of good goverment soon. -- Mr. L-l Lovell ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 30 January 1794 [electronic edition]
... . They are enclosed not to evade the postage but for security. We are all well in the Family. Yours most affectionately,Abigail Smith Adams ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 4 May 1797 [electronic edition]
... , which will be the most difficult, and least agreable of any in our Lives. I hope the burthen will be lighter to both of Us, when We come together. I am, as long as Life lasts your ever affectionate John Adams Mrs. Adams ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 8 March 1776 [electronic edition]
... to do so. I want a servant excessively. Know not what to do for Want of one. So much Company -- and so many Things to do. Write me as often as you can -- let me know whether Bass got home without any Accident, and whether your Fathers beautifull Mare is well of her Wound. God bless you my dear, and all about you, to whom be pleased to remember my most tender Affection. ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 13 March 1797 [electronic edition]
... Phila. March 13. 1797 My Dearest Friend I am So constantly engaged in Business most of which is new to me, that it Seems as if it was impossible to find time to write even to you. Yet I believe I write every Post. It proves to be a tedious Business to clear the Presidents house for me. I am now told it will not be ready this Week. You will See by the Gazette how the new Pensilvania ...

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