Adams Family Correspondence, volume 9

Abigail Adams to John Adams

John Adams to John Quincy Adams

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 5 December 1792 Adams, John Adams, Abigail
John Adams to Abigail Adams
My dearest Friend Philadelphia Decr 5. 1792

last night I arrived at Philadelphia in tolerable Health and found our Friends all well. I have concluded to accept of the kind offer of Mr and Mrs Otis and taken a bed in their House. Thomas is charmingly accommodated and is very well. This Day decides whether I shall be a Farmer or a Statesman after next March. They have been flickering in the Newspapers and caballing in Parties: but how the result will be I neither know nor care. I have met a very cordial and friendly reception from the Senate. All lament that Mrs Adams is not here: but none of them so much / as her Friend forever

John Adams

RC (Adams Papers); internal address: “Portia.”