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Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 11 June 1795, "I have received yours . . ." [electronic edition]
... Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 11 June 1795, "I have received yours . . ." [electronic edition] ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 17 - 18 July 1782, with a List of Articles wanted by Mrs. Warren [electronic edition]
... of Capt. Deshon. Your last Letters were dated in March . I replied to them by the last vessel which saild for France dated about a month ago tho she has not sailed more than a fortnight. I again grow impatient for intelligence. From the last accounts which reachd us by way of Nantys we learn that the Dutch are acquiring a firmness of conduct, that they have acknowledged the independance ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 17 June 1782, with a List of Articles wanted from Holland [electronic edition]
... the benifit, tho it is more than probable unmindfull of the hand that blessed them. Your Friends complain that you do not write to them. I say all I can in excuse, but I wish you to notice them all, and in a particular manner to continue your affectionate Regard and attachment to Portia Black and white Gauzes and Gauze hankerchiefs (the best articles imported) tapes Quality bindings Shoe ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 3 July 1776, "Your Favour of June 17..." [electronic edition]
... Philadelphia July 3. 1776 Your Favour of June 17 dated at Plymouth, was handed me, by yesterdays Post. I was much pleased to find that you had taken a journey to Plymouth, to see your Friends in the long Absence of one whom you may wish to see. The Excursion will be an Amusement, and will serve your Health. How happy would it have made me to have taken this journey with you ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 17 August 1782, "Your Favour arrived this Day . . ." [electronic edition]
... August 17 1782 My dearest Friend Your Favour of June 17. arrived this Day and gave me, all the tender and melancholly Feelings of which my Heart is susceptible. How shall I express my solicitude for my amiable, my venerable Friend and Brother? This World contains not a wiser or a more virtuous Man. Just now placed in a situation, too where all his great Talents and excellent ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 8 November 1783, "Yours of jany. . . ." [electronic edition]
... London November 8. 1783 My dearest Friend Yours of jany. 10 to Mr. Robbins, he shewed me this Moment and informs Me, he goes on Board on Monday. I regret that I have had no earlier Knowledge of this young Gentleman. My son and I have been here, this fortnight, and have been very civilly and obligingly treated, by some private Gentlemen. But this Government It is a fine Country ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Smith, 11 April 1764, "The room which I thought . . ." [electronic edition]
... Opportunity must be embracd. Abstinence from all, but the cool and the soft, has hitherto agreed with me very well; and I have not once transgressed in a single Iota. The Medicine we have taken is far from being loathsome or painful or troublesome, as I own I expected. And if I could but enjoy my Retreat in silence and solitude, there would be nothing Wanting but Obliviscence of your Ladyship ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 25 December 1786, "I hope . . ." [electronic edition]
... yourself however nor your Friends, but improve the opportunity to see, whatever you have an Inclination to see. I shall receive the Benefit of your Observations when We meet and with more Pleasure than I could have made them perhaps in Person. Love to the Coll and my Nabby Smith, and Compliments to all the Party. A Letter from Squire Storer is inclosed. Barnet is arrived somewhere but I have ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 29 October 1775, "I cannot exclude..." [electronic edition]
... Octr. 29, 1775 I cannot exclude from my Mind your melancholly Situation. The Griefs of your Father and Sisters, your Uncles and Aunts, as well as the remoter Connections, often croud in upon me, when my whole Attention ought to be directed to other Subjects. Your Uncle Quincy, my Friend as well as Uncle, must regret the loss of a beloved Sister, Dr. Tufts my other Friend I know ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 23 July 1775, "You have more than once..." [electronic edition]
... July 23 1775 My Dear You have more than once in your Letters mentioned Dr. Franklin, and in one intimated a Desire that I should write you something concerning him. Dr. Franklin has been very constant in his Attendance on Congress from the Beginning. His Conduct has been my composed and grave and in the Opinion of many Gentlemen very reserved. He has not assumed any Thing, nor ...

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