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Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 6 August 1777 [electronic edition]
... a Fault. Where the game is gone, is the Question. The Scent is quite lost. Sullivan Thinks the Fleet is gone to Portsmouth -- Green to Newport --Parsons, up the North River -- Mifflin to Philadelphia. Thus each one secures his Reputation among his Townsmen for Penetration and Foresight, in Case the Enemy should come go against his Town. Some Conjecture Charlestown S.C. -- others, Georgia ...
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 Smith, 4 May 1764 [electronic edition]
... , round the Town, and over the Neck in a Chaise with Myra, and Yesterday I rode on Horse back into the Country twelve Miles out and in, with one of my Hospital Companions. -- We are all well but one, who is more hysterical than any ancient Maiden, in the Gout. An History of his Oddities, would be a Curiosity. -- But the Man is in no Danger, his small Pox is all gone, and he can eat his Pint ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 14 November 1779 [electronic edition]
... November 14. 1779 Dearest of Friends My habitation, how disconsolate it looks! My table I set down to it but cannot swallow my food. O Why was I born with so much Sensibility and why possessing it have I so often been call'd to struggle with it? I wish to see you again, was I sure you would not be gone, I could not withstand the temptation of comeing to town, tho my Heart would ...
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, 4 May 1797 [electronic edition]
... Philadelphia May 4. 1797 My dearest Friend Your Letters of the 21., 22., 23. and 26 of April are all before me. They have inspired me with all the Melancholly in which they were written. Our Mother and our Niece are gone to rest. The first a fruit fully ripe the last but a blossom or a bud. I have Suffered for you as much as you have Suffered. But I could give you no Aid ...
John Adams autobiography, part 3, "Peace," 1779-1780, sheet 4 of 18 [electronic edition]
... they were entirely drove from North America, in the late War. -- It was needless to make Use of any other Argument to refute this weak Reasoning, than a bare reference to the Treaty of Peace of Utrecht, and on my producing the same to the French Ambassador he seemed much struck with it, and desired to look on the Treaty of Commerce, but on turning over this last, and not finding the least mention ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 28 April 1796 [electronic edition]
... of the Treaty. The Business will not be finished, if the first Vote should be against the Treaty in the House. The Senate must then take up the Subject and send down a Bill for Appropriating Monies for the British Treaty which will occasion another Debate in the House. I have no Letter from you this Week as yet. Mr. Madison looks worried to death. Pale, withered, haggard. Livingston looks like Horror ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 2 February 1795 [electronic edition]
... which I inclosed to you. I now inclose you one from Mr. Jay, which shews that our sons were arrived in Holland and had passed through their Ceremonies at the Hague and gone to Amsterdam, to look as I suppose after the imprudent Van Stophorst, and American Money in his Hands. The inclosed Postscript to Dunlop will shew you, that the expectation of a Treaty, hourly to arrive, will not allow ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 25 December 1798 [electronic edition]
... Christmas 1798 My Dearest Friend I have rode in the Coaches with Mr. Shaw over Grays Ferry and round by Hamiltons Woodlands over the Upper Ferry home, about ten miles Kiggin says. More beautifull Slaying never was seen. The snow not as with you excessively deep, but enough to cover all the Earth and deep enough to afford a very smooth path and beautifully white as Innocence itself ...

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