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Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 17 - 18 July 1782, with a List of Articles wanted by Mrs. Warren [electronic edition]
... here upon with us. Heaven be better to us than our fears. The rest of our Friends are well. Charles has been to see a publick Commencement; and has returned to night much gratified with the exhibitions. He has followed his Studies with attention, since his return, under the care of a Mr. Thomas of Bridgwater; who appears well calculated for the instruction of youth; and is said by good judges ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 9 January 1795, "By our Quincy Post..." [electronic edition]
... Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 9 January 1795, "By our Quincy Post..." [electronic edition] ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 2 January 1796 [electronic edition]
... for all this Parade. They might have been sent to Prison at once for Contempt, during the session and ordered to be prosecuted by the Att. Gen. Our two Grandsons at New York have the Measles and the Grandaughter is expected to have them. The season of the Year is as favourable as their Age, and it is will be fortunate for them to have gone through this unavoidable Evil thus early in Life ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 23 November 1794 [electronic edition]
... have done I know not. Mr. Madison and Mr. Scott upon the Committee would not admit the Clause into their Report, and whether The House will insert it is not yet certain. An Army of 15,000 militia so easily raised from 4 states only to go upon such an Enterprize, ought to be a terrible Phenomenon to antifederal Citizens as well as to insolent Britains. Your old stepmother continues to provoke ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 23 August 1777 [electronic edition]
... Philadelphia August 23d.1777 Saturday 4 O Clock My best Friend We have an Express, today from Governor Johnson, Captn. Nicholson and several other Gentlemen with an Account that the Fleet, to the Number of Two hundred and Sixty Three Sail, have gone up towards the Head of Cheasapeak Bay. They lie over against the Shore between the River Sassafras and the River Elke. We have also ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 27 February 1783, "L'Ambition..." [electronic edition]
... . Upon no Consideration what ever would I have any of my Children educated in Europe. In Conscience I could not consent to it. If Congress had been Steady, and continued in force my Commission to make a Treaty of Commerce with Great Britain, I should have gone to London, and have finished the Treaty before now, but I should not have thought of residing in London long. I should have ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 20 January 1796 [electronic edition]
... of the Posts and the Payment for, by any Resolution of the House that shall render precarious the Execution of the Treaty on our Part. I am as you say quite a favourite. I am to dine to day again. I am Heir Apparent you know and a Succession is soon to take Place. But whatever may be the Wish or the Judgment of the present Occupant, the French and the Demagogues intend I presume to set ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 28 February 1780 [electronic edition]
... no Writing, only a small Present to you and Miss Nabby not meaning to exclude Mr. Tommy. I will endeavour to send more little Things of this Nature in the same manner, by several Opportunities. I can send small Things in this Way by Gentlemen, who may go by french Frigates or other good Opportunities, and I wish you would inform me, what Things you want that may be sent in the same manner ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 24 December 1795 [electronic edition]
... brought me from the President to whom the Post Office had sent it by Mistake. I am glad the Clover is covered and that French is paid extravagant as he is. The Anti Treaty People are not supported by the People generally nor by their Legislatures. North Carolina has left them in the Lurch and it is supposed S. Carolina will not be up to their Pitch. In short all the opposition to the Treaty is ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 15 January 1781 [electronic edition]
... threw over all his dispatches, being chased, to my great sorrow and mortification. The things however which you were so kind as to order for me, came safe to hand. I shall be obliged for ought I know to part with them, to pay taxes, which are beyond account. 20 thousand dollors are already assessed upon this place for the last year. I have written to the House of de Neufville for a few ...

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