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Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 18 May 1778 [electronic edition]
... , and this confidence which the world cannot deprive me of, is my food by day and my Rest by Night, and was all my consolation under the Horrid Ideas of assassination, the only Event of which I had not thought, and in some measure prepaird my mind. When my Imagination sits you down upon the Gallick Shore, a Land to which Americans are now bound to transfer their affections, and to eradicate all those national ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 1 March 1780 [electronic edition]
... March 1 1780 My Dearest Friend I had scarcly closed my packet to you when I received your Letters dated Ferrol and Corunna. I am happy indeed in your safe arrival and escape from the danger which threatned you. "Alas how more than lost were I," "Who in the thought already die" I feel glad that you have determined to proceed by land tho so tedious and expensive ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 4 December 1782 [electronic edition]
... Paris December 4. 1782 My dearest Friend Your Proposal of coming to Europe, has long and tenderly affected me. The Dangers and Inconveniences are such and an European Life would be so disagreable to you that I have suffered a great deal of Anxiety in reflecting upon it. And upon the whole, I think it will be most for the Happiness of my Family, and most for the Honour of our ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 16 December 1794 [electronic edition]
... . The Pilot who came on Board Captain Joy told him she was the Ship Alfred in 32 days from Boston. Tho I have no letters; yet to know that the vessel is safe arrived, has given me a pleasure which you will easily conceive and participate, and I seazd my pen instantly to communicate it to you. I pray God our dear Children may be safe and well. I expect Letters from you tomorrow. Mr. Brislers Letter ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 2 October 1778 [electronic edition]
... Passi Octr. 2. 1778 My dearest Friend This goes by Captn. McNeil, who is an Adventurous Cruiser. It is not safe to write much by him. If Expressions of Tenderness, were necessary my Heart is full enough to write a great many. I send some Letters from Johnny, who intended to have written to his Brothers and indeed has written but there is not time to copy them. I think ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 25 December 1794 [electronic edition]
... not known, that you would have must have had it, much sooner than I from the same Sources. Although there is a feeling of Disappointment, accompanies the Intelligence, arising from not having any direct Account of our sons, yet the high probability of the safe Arrival of the Ship, is a great Consolation. I congratulate you upon it, with cordial Sympathy, and join with you most sincerely in your ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 30 July 1777 [electronic edition]
... Maxim of profitable Husbandry is to contrive every Means for the Maintenance of Stock. -- Increase your Cattle and inrich your Farm. -- We bestow too much manure upon Corn -- too little upon Grass. Make Manure, make food for Cattle, increase your stock -- this is the Method. Howes Fleet has been at Sea, these 8 days. We know not where he is gone. We are puzzling ourselves in vain, to conjecture ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 3 May 1794 [electronic edition]
... by the depredations upon our Trade. Upon the 12 of this month a peice of land upon which the widow vescy formerly lived is to be sold at Auction, 6 Acres. Tis expected that you will purchase it. The owner tacks a hundred and eighty pounds for it but as it is to be sold at Auction I have conversed with Dr. Tufts who does not think it worth more than ten pounds per acre. Yet to avoid bad Neighbours, he thinks ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 21 February 1796 [electronic edition]
... Quincy 21 Febry. 1796 My Deares Friend I believe I must devote this page to the History of Farming. Our people have carried up the Hill all the manure which they suppose will be necessary and which can be spaired from the corn ground. They have carried up Burrels quantity which will be necessary for the Land which is to be broke up upon Pens Hill, and they are now getting down ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 16 December 1779 [electronic edition]
... Corunna December 16. 1779 My dearest Friend Last night We all arrived in this Place from Ferrol. The Distance is about twenty miles by Land over high Mountains and bad Roads. You would have been diverted to have seen Us all mounted upon our Mules and marching in Train. From the Mountains We had all along the Prospect of a rich fertile Country, cultivated up to the Tops ...

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