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January

3 January 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have this Moment recd a Line from Mrs. Warren and will in close her Letter to Mrs. ... 3 January 1775 Adams, John to Warren, Mercy Otis I remember, that Bishop Burnet in a Letter he once wrote to Lady Rachell Russell the ... 13 January 1775 Dilly, Edward to Adams, John I Wrote to you the 24th of Septr last in answer to your Obliging favor of the first of ... 15 January 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I Admire the Notes and Resolves of the Maryland Convention. They Breath a Spirit of Liberty ... 21 January 1775 Adams, John “You have no doubt, long before this time, heard the particulars of the General Congress, ... 23 January 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony A Writer, under the signature of Massachusettensis, has addressed you, in a series of ... 25 January 1775 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis I wrote you last Sabbeth evening in a good deal of pertubation of Spirits. I fear I did ... 28 January 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail I think myself Doubly obligated to my amiable Friend that she has for once Layed aside that ... 30 January 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony I have heretofore intimated my intention, of pursuing the Tories, through all their dark ... 30 January 1775 Swift, Samuel to Adams, John (a Memento for Tyrants as A man has it) Seting before a warm fire totus Solus with a Tankard ... 30 January 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John The very polite introduction to yours of Jan 3d I Consider not only as A Complement far ...

February

March

6 March 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony Our rhetorical magician, in his paper of January the 9th continues to wheedle. “You want ... 13 March 1775 Swift, Samuel to Adams, John I have Read a specimen of Nov Anglus as of this day and am not a little in Raptures with it, ... 13 March 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony It has been often observed by me, and it cannot be too often repeated, that Colonization is ... 15 March 1775 Adams, John The Committee appointed the Sixth of March Inst. to prepare a Covenant agreeable to the ... 15 March 1775 Adams, John The Committee appointed to consider relating to Minute Men offerd their report as follows. ... 15 March 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have had the Pleasure and the Honour of Several Letters from you, and one from an ... 15 March 1775 Adams, John to Warren, Mercy Otis I thought myself greatly honoured, by your most polite and agreable Letter of January the ... 15 March 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John With some difficulty I have Obtained the Inclosed. Some scruples which you have not ... 18 March 1775 Waite, John to Adams, John A sacred regard to the american association on the one hand and an earnest desire not to ... 18 March 1775 Adams, John Monday March 18. Order of the Day again. Mr. Harrison reported no Resolution. ... 20 March 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony Wales was a little portion of the island of Great-Britain, which the Saxons were never able ... 27 March 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony Massachusettensis, in some of his writings has advanced, that our allegiance is due to the ... 31 March 1775 Swift, Samuel to Adams, John I was in hopes you would have just called as you went out of Town, more especially as I ...

April

April 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony Another Clause in the Charter, quoted by this Writer, contains the Power “to make Laws and ... 1 April 1775 Adams, John to Gannett, Caleb It is not easy for me to determine whether it be best, to carry the Cause before the ... 3 April 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony Give me leave now to descend from these general matters, to Massachusettensis. He says ... 4 April 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John At the same time that I make my Gratful Acknowledgment, for the instructive sentiments and ... 4 April 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John The interesting Advices we rec'd here on Sunday, and which the Papers will acquaint You, ... 10 April 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony The cases of Wales and Ireland are not yet exhausted. They afford such irrefragable proofs, ... 14 April 1775 McDougall, Alexander to UNKNOWN This covers a Letter, and accompanies a Budle, to our mutual Friend John Adams Esqr, which I ... 17 April 1775 Adams, John to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay Colony We now come to Jersey and Guernsey, which Massachusettensis says “are no part of the realm ... 26 April 1775 — 14 August 1775 Adams, John to Bass, Joseph Braintree Aug. 14. 1775. Received of John Adams Five Pounds lawfull Money, which together ... 30 April 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail New York has appointed an ample Representation in our Congress, and have appointed a ... 30 April 1775 Adams, John Heard Mr. Strong all Day. At Night, a Man came in and inform'd us of the Death of Josa. ... 30 April 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I arrived here, last Evening, and have attended Mr. Strongs Meeting all this Day. I rode ...

May

26 April 1775 — 14 August 1775 Adams, John to Bass, Joseph Braintree Aug. 14. 1775. Received of John Adams Five Pounds lawfull Money, which together ... May 1775 Adams, John Congress assembled and proceeded to Business, and the Members appeared to me to be of one ... 2 May 1775 Adams, John to Palmer, Joseph We are very anxious to know the State of Things at Boston, Cambridge, Watertown and Roxbury. ... 2 May 1775 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis What a scene has opened upon us since I had the favour of your last! Such a scene as we ... 2 May 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Mr. Eliot of Fairfield, is this Moment arrived in his Way to Boston. He read us a Letter ... 2 May 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Our Hearts are bleeding for the poor People of Boston. What will, or can be done for them I ... 3 May 1775 Dilly, Edward to Adams, John I have only One Moments opportunity of acknowledging your favor of the 30th of Decr and of ... 4 May 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have but little news to write you. Every thing of that kind you will learn by a more ... 7 May 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John After I had Executed my Commission at Providence, I Returned Home set Mrs. Warren down in ... 7 May 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received by the Deacon two Letters from you this Day from Hartford. I feel a recruit of ... 8 May 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have an opportunity by Captn. Beale, to write you a Line. We all arrived last Night in ... 13 May 1775 — 10 July 1775 Smith, Daniel to Adams, John ... 13 May 1775 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Joseph A Brother of Mr. Adams'es who has been a Captain of a Company in this Town, is desirous of ... 14 May 1775 Paine, Eunice to Adams, Abigail I am indeed the Silvia, the once favored correspondent of Diana; But I am Silvia without my ... 15 May 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail Though I am very unwell scarce able to set up long Enough to write, yet I must let my dear ... 20 May 1775 Warren, Joseph to Adams, John Having wrote fully upon several Subjects to Mr. Hancock and Mr. Adams, upon several Matters ... 21 May 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I am vastly obliged to you for your Letter. It was like cold Water to a thirsty Soul. We ... 22 May 1775 Adams, Abigail to Dilly, Edward Just before Mr. Adams set off upon his journey to Philadelphia he had the pleasure of ... 24 May 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Suppose you have had a formidable account of the alarm we had last Sunday morning. When I ... 26 May 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James The Bearers of this are two young Gentlemen from Maryland, of one of the best and first ... 26 May 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I embrace an Opportunity by two young Gentlemen from Maryland to write you a Line, on friend ... 29 May 1775 Adams, John to Winthrop, John The Bearers of this are two young Gentlemen from Maryland. Aquilla Hall and Josias Carvill ... 29 May 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Our amiable Friend Hancock, who by the Way is our President, is to send his Servant, ...

June

26 April 1775 — 14 August 1775 Adams, John to Bass, Joseph Braintree Aug. 14. 1775. Received of John Adams Five Pounds lawfull Money, which together ... 13 May 1775 — 10 July 1775 Smith, Daniel to Adams, John ... June 1775 Adams, John On Fryday June 9th. 1775. The report of the Committee on the Letter from the Convention of ... 1 June 1775 Philopatria to Adams, John An ancient, and accounted a long headed Man, in these parts, has drop'd some words devising ... 2 June 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I had Yesterday the Pleasure of two Letters from you, by Dr. Church. We had been so long ... 2 June 1775 Adams, John On Fryday June 2. 1775. Journals of Congress, page 112. The President laid before Congress a ... 3 June 1775 Adams, Abigail to Paine, Eunice So good an opportunity offering, tho I had not wrote before I have detaind the Bearer, just ... 3 June 1775 Adams, John Saturday June the 3d 1775. Congress however ordered the Letter to lie under on the Table for ... 4 June 1775 Paine, Eunice to Adams, Abigail Yours received last Evening deserves my Early acknowledgment; as a token of your Love, it ... 5 June 1775 McDougall, Alexander to Adams, John While you are anxiously engaged to preserve the rights of your Country, I cannot entertain ... 6 June 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have received yours of 24th. May and a Copy of your Letter to Mr. Dilly, and one Letter ... 7 June 1775 Adams, John to Smith, Isaac Sr. Two days ago, I was very agreably surprized by a Letter from you, which was acceptable both ... 7 June 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James We have been puzzled to discover, what we ought to do, with the Canadians and Indians. ... 7 June 1775 Adams, John On Wednesday June 7. 1775. On motion resolved, that Thursday the 20th. of July next be ... 9 June 1775 UNKNOWN to Adams, John The great Character he hath heard of you, induces a private Man to offer to your ... 10 June 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Dr. Church has given me a Lotion, which has helped my Eyes so much that I hope you will hear ... 10 June 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Dr. Church returns to Day, and with smarting Eyes, I must write a few Lines to you. I never ... 10 June 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have written a few Lines to Dr Warren to whom I refer you. ... 10 June 1775 Adams, John to Gill, Moses It would be a Relief to my Mind, if I could write freely to you concerning the Sentiments ... 11 June 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John Since my last I have waited with Impatience to hear from you. I mean Individually. The ... 11 June 1775 Adams, John to Gerry, Elbridge Mr. Gadsden of South Carolina whose Fame you must have heard, was in his younger Years, an ... 11 June 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have been this Morning to hear Mr. Duffil, a Preacher in this City whose Principles, ... 12 June 1775 Adams, John Resolved that it be and hereby it is recommended to the Inhabitants of the united Colonies ... 14 June 1775 — 31 July 1775 Young, J. Jr. to Adams, John ... 16 June 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I set down to write to you a monday, but really could not compose myself sufficently: the ... 16 June 1775 Adams, Abigail to Bowdoin, James I have the Pleasure of acquainting you that I last Evening recieved Letters from Mr. Adams, ... 16 June 1775 Nicolson, Mary to Adams, Abigail I hoped long ere now to have Been at Braintree, but evry circumstance has hitherto been ... 18 June 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John The Day; perhaps the decisive Day is come on which the fate of America depends. My bursting ... 18 June 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This Letter, I presume, will go by the brave and amiable General Washington. ... 18 June 1775 Adams, John to Gerry, Elbridge I have at last obtained liberty, by a vote of Congress, to acquaint my friends with a few of ... 19 June 1775 Palmer, Joseph to Adams, John I thank you for your Several favors, the last of which, the 10th Inst., I just now received. ... 19 June 1775 Adams, John to Washington, George In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to ... 20 June 1775 Adams, John to Washington, George In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to ... 20 June 1775 Adams, John to Palmer, Joseph We send you for your Comfort the Generals Washington and Lee with Commissions for Ward and ... 20 June 1775 Adams, John to Tudor, William I have lamented excessively the Want of your Correspondence ever since I have been here. Not ... 20 June 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James This Letter will go by the sage, brave, and amiable General Washington, to whom I have taken ... 20 June 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John Since my last I have the pleasure of Several of yours. I am Extreamly obliged to you, and to ... 20 June 1775 Gerry, Elbridge to Adams, John I Received the Letters, with which you were pleased to favor me per Mr. Fessenden on ... 21 June 1775 Winthrop, John to Adams, John I received your favor of May 29 by Messrs. Halls. I was much concerned that I had it not in ... 21 June 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Major Mifflin goes in the Character of Aid de Camp to General Washington. I wish You to be ... 21 June 1775 Adams, John to Warren, Joseph This Letter I presume will be delivered into your own Hand by the General. ... 22 June 1775 Adams, John to Washington, George In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are ... 22 June 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received yours of june 10, for which I thank you. I want you to be more perticuliar. Does ... 23 June 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have this Morning been out of Town to accompany our Generals Washington, Lee, and ... 24 June 1775 Smith, Isaac Sr. to Adams, John Long before this will reach you, you will have an Account of the Action, att Charlestown, in ... 24 June 1775 Stille, John to Adams, John ... 25 June 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John My Father has been more affected with the distruction of Charlstown, than with any thing ... 26 June 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John You will doubtless before the Receipt of this have heard of the bloody Engagement at ... 27 June 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I feel great reluctance in suffering any Opportunity to pass without writeing to you. I can ... 27 June 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I am extreamly obliged to you for your Favour of the 20th. of June. The last Fall, I had a ... 28 June 1775 — 3 August 1775 Dibley, William to Adams, John ... 28 June 1775 Thaxter, John to Adams, John One of the many brave and gallant Actions that have graced our Arms, I take the Liberty of ...

July

26 April 1775 — 14 August 1775 Adams, John to Bass, Joseph Braintree Aug. 14. 1775. Received of John Adams Five Pounds lawfull Money, which together ... 13 May 1775 — 10 July 1775 Smith, Daniel to Adams, John ... 14 June 1775 — 31 July 1775 Young, J. Jr. to Adams, John ... 28 June 1775 — 3 August 1775 Dibley, William to Adams, John ... 1 July 1775 Gill, Moses to Adams, John I am Now Acompanyg Genl. Washington and Lee from Springfield to the Camp—having been ... 3 July 1775 Tufts, Cotton to Adams, John You have no Doubt long before this heard of the unhappy Fate of Charlestown, its Destruction ... 4 July 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This Letter is to go by my worthy Friend Mr. Stephen Collins of this City. This Gentleman is ... 5 July 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have received a good deal of paper from you; I wish it had been more coverd; the writing ... 5 July 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John I have had the pleasure of seeing several of your Letters in which you Complain that your ... 5 July 1775 Adams, John to Palmer, Joseph The bearers of this letter, Mr. Stephen Collins and Mr. John Kaign, are of the peaceable ... 6 July 1775 Adams, John to Tudor, William I have at last the Pleasure of acknowledging your Favour of the 26. June. I have mourned, ... 6 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Every Line I receive from you, gives me great Pleasure, and is of vast Use to me in the ... 6 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have this Moment Sealed a Letter to you which is to go by my hospitable, honest, ... 6 July 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John I received your very kind Letter last Evening and this Morning had the Honour of being ... 7 July 1775 Austin, Jonathan Williams to Adams, John I received yours of the 20th June, and am very much obliged to you, for your Kindness in ... 7 July 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I am much Obliged to you for your favours by the Sage, Brave, and Amiable General ... 7 July 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have received your very agreable Favours of June 22d. and 25th. They contain more ... 10 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have just Time to inclose You, a Declaration and an Address. How you will like them I know ... 11 July 1775 Dilly, Edward to Adams, John Every line from you gives me much satisfaction, my Heart Sympathizes with you in your ... 11 July 1775 Quincy, Josiah to Adams, John Your amiable Lady tells me, you have often complained of your Friends not writing to you. I ... 11 July 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I wrote you several days ago, and wrote in a hurry, Expecting the Generals Express would be ... 11 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have the Pleasure of inclosing you, a Declaration. Some call it a Manifesto. And We might ... 12 July 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have met with some abuse and very Ill treatment. I want you for my protector and justifier.... 14 July 1775 Rice, Nathan to Adams, John I have, since I have had the Happiness to see you become a Son of Mars. Should have done ... 16 July 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have this afternoon had the pleasure of receiving your Letter by your Friends Mr. Collins ... 17 July 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail About five O Clock this Morning, I went with young Dr. Bond at his Invitation and in his ... 19 July 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John I am much oblig'd by your Letter of 6th. Instant and will now attempt in Part to comply with ... 20 July 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I yesterday returned from Plymouth where I had opportunity of spending only three or four ... 23 July 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail You have more than once in your Letters mentioned Dr. Franklin, and in one intimated a ... 23 July 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Have only Time to send by this Opportunity a Token of Remembrance. The Fast was observed ... 23 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have many Things to write you, which thro Haste and Confusion, I fear, I Shall forget. ... 23 July 1775 Adams, John to Tudor, William We live in Times, when it is necessary to look about Us, and to know the Character of every ... 24 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James In Confidence,—I am determined to write freely to you this Time. —A certain great Fortune ... 24 July 1775 Chase, Samuel to Adams, John I am this far arrived on my way Home. Give Me Leave to introduce to your Notice Mr. George ... 24 July 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail IT is now almost three Months since I left you, in every Part of which my Anxiety about you ... 24 July 1775 Cranch, Richard to Adams, John Sister Adams informs me that you complain that your Friends this way neglect writing to you. ... 24 July 1775 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis I have been hoping every day since I received your obliging favour to get time to thank you ... 25 July 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John Watertown, 25 July 1775. FC (M-Ar: Mass. House of Representatives Records, 57:263). As ... 25 July 1775 Massachusetts Provincial Congress, Committee of Safety In Obedience to the above Order of Congress, this Committee have enquired into the Premises, ... 25 July 1775 Tufts, Cotton to Adams, John Since my last to you, nothing very important has occurd. The Skirmish near Long Island, You ... 25 July 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received yours of July 7 for which I heartily thank you, it was the longest and best ... 26 July 1775 Smith, Isaac Sr. to Adams, John I forgot in my last epistle, to desire you to speak to the Phila. printer's of the News ... 26 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I can never Sufficiently regret, that this Congress have acted So much out of Character, as ... 26 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I shall make you sick at the Sight of a Letter from me. ... 27 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James The Congress have this Day, made an establishment of an Hospital and appointed Dr. Church ... 28 July 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Your two last Letters had very different Effects. The long one gave me vast Satisfaction. It ... 28 July 1775 Adams, John to Tudor, William Mr. Lux, Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Smith, with Mr. Cary, all from Baltimore, are bound as Voluntiers ... 29 July 1775 Adams, John to Quincy, Josiah I had yesterday the honour of your letter of July the eleventh, and I feel myself much ... 30 July 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James For the Honour of the Massachusetts I have laboured in Conjunction with my Brethren to get ... 30 July 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This Letter is intended to go by my Friend Mr. William Barrell, whom I believe you have seen ... 31 July 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John I have this Minute your Favour of 23d. July. We have had, Saturday Night and last Night much ... 31 July 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I had the pleasure of your favours of the 23d. Instant Yesterday. I am glad to find that you ... 31 July 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I do not feel easy more than two days together without writing to you. If you abound you ...

August

26 April 1775 — 14 August 1775 Adams, John to Bass, Joseph Braintree Aug. 14. 1775. Received of John Adams Five Pounds lawfull Money, which together ... 28 June 1775 — 3 August 1775 Dibley, William to Adams, John ... August 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John You was inquiring the other Day into the Office of Judge Advocate. I will now acquaint you ... August 1775 Adams, John I have always imputed the Loss of Charleston, and of the brave Officers and Men who fell ... 1 August 1775 Yard, Sarah to Adams, John ... 2 August 1775 Young, Thomas to Adams, John To your request that I would give you my sentiments on the important subject of your ... 9 August 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I have very Accidentally heard of this Opportunity by Mr. Brown and have so short Notice of ... 10 August 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Tis with a sad Heart I take my pen to write to you because I must be the bearer of what will ... 11 August 1775 Thomas, John to Warren, James I receiv'd yours of the 7th Instant, and Consider'd the Contents. To comply with every part, ... 18 August 1775 Green, Hannah Storer to Adams, Abigail A serious truth this, which daily observation teaches, and experience convinces us of; for ... 19 August 1775 Massachusetts Council THE COMMITTEE [to consider what is proper to be done with the Letters of the late Govr ... 24 August 1775 Cooke, Samuel to Adams, John ... 25 August 1775 Prescott, William to Adams, John I have received a Line from my Brother which informs me of your desire of a particular ... 25 August 1775 Prescott, James to Adams, John I have this minit received the Inclosed account and Imbrace the oppertunity of Conveying it ... 25 August 1775 Frye, Joseph to Adams, John In 1745 He was an Ensign of a Company in Colo. Robert Hales Regiment at the Reduction of ... 25 August 1775 Frye, Joseph to Adams, John I have taken leave to Send you Enclos'd herewith, a brief account of the Several Stations in ... 26 August 1775 Adams, John to Warren, Mercy Otis I have been, the happiest Man, these two Days past, that I know of, in the World. I have ... 26 August 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail I know my dear friend Mrs. Adams will be Glad to hear Her friend is in Better Health than ... 27 August 1775 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis It was with pleasure I received a line from my Friend to day informing me of her better ... 28 August 1775 Adams, John Took with me £70:0:0 consisting in £62:10 Pen. Currency in Paper Bills and £20 L.M of Mass, ... 28 August 1775 — 21 December 1775 Adams, John to Massachusetts General Court ...

September

28 August 1775 — 21 December 1775 Adams, John to Massachusetts General Court ... 3 September 1775 Adams, John At Woodstock. Heard Mr. Learned Leonard from Is. 32:16. The Work of Righteousness is Peace, ... 4 September 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John This afternoon came to Hand your Favour of August 26. May you ever have it in your power to ... 6 September 1775 Morton, Perez to Adams, John Watertown, 6 September 1775. Printed form with spaces filled in appropriately (Adams ... 8 September 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Since you left me I have passed thro great distress both of Body and mind; and whether ... 11 September 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I please myself with the probability that before this you are safely arrived at ... 15 September 1775 Adams, John Archibald Bullock and John Houstoun Esquires, and the Revd. Dr. Zubly, appear as Delegates ... 16 September 1775 Beninghove, Jacob to Adams, John ... 16 September 1775 Adams, John Walking to the Statehouse this Morning, I met Mr. Dickinson, on Foot in Chesnut Street. We ... 17 September 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have nothing in particular to write. Our most gracious K—— has given a fresh Proof of his ... 17 September 1775 Adams, John Mr. Smith, Mr. Imlay and Mr. Hanson, breakfasted with us. Smith is an Englishman, Imlay and ... 17 September 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This is the first Time, that I have attempted to write, since I left you. I arrived here in ... 17 September 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I set myself down to write with a Heart depressed with the Melancholy Scenes arround me. My ... 18 September 1775 — 8 November 1775 Adams, John I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted. On the 18th of September 1775. It ... 18 September 1775 Adams, John This Morning John McPherson Esq. came to my Lodging, and requested to speak with me in ... 19 September 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have but a moments Time to write and nothing of Importance to say. ... 19 September 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I had fixed a determination in my own mind to omitt no Oppertunity of writeing either to ... 19 September 1775 Adams, John This Morning Mr. Henry Hill with his Brother Nat. Barrett came to visit us. Paine introduced ... 20 September 1775 Adams, John Took a Walk in Company with Govr. Ward, Mr. Gadsden and his Son, and Mr. S. Adams, to a ... 21 September 1775 Adams, John The famous Partisan Major Rogers came to our Lodgings to make Us a Visit. He has been in ... 21 September 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail As soon as the Letter of my Beloved friend reached my Hand, I immediately set down to ... 22 September 1775 Quincy, Josiah to Adams, John Under my adverse Circumstances, I stood, and still stand in great Need of your Advice; and ... 22 September 1775 Green, Hannah Storer to Cranch, Mary Smith I suppose you have received a Letter from me which upon recol­lection, I'm sensible, bears ... 22 September 1775 Adams, John Mr. Gordon spent the Evening here. ... 23 September 1775 Hawley, Joseph to Adams, Abigail The Publick have great Need of two Vols. of Mr. Adams English Statutes at large. The edition ... 23 September 1775 Adams, John Samuel Adams moved, upon Mifflins Letter, that a Sum be advanced from the Treasury for ... 23 September 1775 Adams, John Mr. Gordon came and told us News, opened his Budget.—Ethan Allen with 500 green mountain ... 24 September 1775 Adams, John An Uneasiness, among some of the Members concerning a Contract with Willing & Morris, for ... 24 September 1775 Adams, John Dyer is very sanguine that the 2 De Witts, one of Windham, the other of Norwich, will make ... 25 September 1775 Adams, John Rode out of Town and dined with Mr. Macpherson. He has the most elegant Seat in Pensilvania, ... 25 September 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I set down with a heavy Heart to write to you. I have had no other since you left me. Woe ... 26 September 1775 Adams, John Wrote to Mrs. A. and Mr. and Mrs. W. ... 26 September 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James This Afternoon, and not before I received a Line from the excellent Marcia, which is the ... 26 September 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have not written the usual Compliment of Letters since I left Braintree; nor have I ... 26 September 1775 Adams, John to Warren, Mercy Otis Your Favour, by my Friend Collins, never reached me till this Evening. At Newport, ... 27 September 1775 Adams, John Mr. Bullock and Mr. Houstoun, the Gentlemen from Georgia, invited S.A. and me to spend the ... 27 September 1775 Adams, John Willing in favour of Mr. Purveyances Petition.Harrison vs. it. ... 27 September 1775 Warren, James to Adams, Abigail I Received yours last Evening. Att the same time that I feel a Joy on the happy recovery of ... 28 September 1775 Adams, John The Congress, and the Assembly of this Province were invited to make an Excursion upon ... 28 September 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I write at this Time, only to remind you that I have received no Letters. ... 29 September 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received your kind favour of the 17. It was a Cordial to my dejected Heart to see and hear ... 30 September 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John The manoeuvers of the Camp have afforded Nothing important for a month past. The Works at ... 30 September 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Mr. Lynch, Coll. Harrison, and Dr. Franklyn are preparing for a Journey to Watertown and ... 30 September 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Philadelphia, 30 September 1775. RC offered for sale by Parke-Bernet Gallery, N.Y., Gribbel ...

October

28 August 1775 — 21 December 1775 Adams, John to Massachusetts General Court ... 18 September 1775 — 8 November 1775 Adams, John I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted. On the 18th of September 1775. It ... October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James What think you of a North American Monarchy? Suppose We should appoint a Continental King, ... October 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John The extensive system of policy which must engross your thoughts, and the vast field of ... October 1775 Adams, John On Wednesday October 18. 1775. The Delegates from New Hampshire laid before the Congress a ... 1 October 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John An Event has lately taken place here, which makes much Noise, and gives me much Uneasiness ... 1 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James This Morning I received your kind Favours of the 11th. and 19th. Ultimo—with the Enclosures. ... 1 October 1775 Adams, John to Tudor, William I have at last the Pleasure to mention to you what I Suppose Mr. H. has informed you of, ... 1 October 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Have pitty upon me, have pitty upon me o! thou my beloved for the Hand of God presseth me ... 1 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This Morning, I received your two Letters of September 8th. and September 16th.—What shall I ... 2 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Every Thing here is in as good a Way as I could wish, considering the Temper and Designs of ... 2 October 1775 Adams, John to Sever, William I do myself the Honour of writing to you for the sake of introducing to you Three Gentlemen, ... 2 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I believe you will have a surfeit of Letters from me, for they will be as inane, as they are ... 2 October 1775 Adams, John to Winthrop, John I do myself the Honour of writing you, a very few Lines, just for the Sake of introducing to ... 4 October 1775 Thaxter, John to Adams, John Since your absence your family has been visited with such a scene of sickness, as, I believe ... 4 October 1775 Adams, John Johnson. I should be for the Resolutions about Imports and Exports, standing, till further ... 5 October 1775 Lee, Charles to Adams, John As you may possibly harbour some suspicions that a certain passage in your intercepted ... 5 October 1775 Adams, John On Thursday October 5. 1775. See the Journals. Sundry Letters from London were laid before ... 5 October 1775 Adams, John Resolved, That a letter be sent by Express to Genl Washington, to inform him, that they ... 5 October 1775 Adams, John to Heath, William I never had the Pleasure of a Correspondence or any particular Acquaintance with you, which ... 5 October 1775 Adams, John Gadsden. I wish we may confine ourselves to one Point. Let the Point be whether We shall ... 6 October 1775 Adams, John Fryday October 6. 1775. The Committee appointed to prepare a Plan &c. brought in a further ... 6 October 1775 UNKNOWN Last Sabbath departed this Life universally lamented Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, the amiable and ... 6 October 1775 Adams, John Chase. I dont think the Resolution goes far enough. Ld. Dunmore has been many Months ... 6 October 1775 Adams, John to Quincy, Josiah Two days ago I had the Pleasure of yours of Septr. 22. I am very Sorry to learn from your ... 7 October 1775 Adams, John Chase. It is the maddest Idea in the World, to think of building an American Fleet. Its ... 7 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Yesterday, by the Post, I received yours of Septr. 25th., and it renewed a Grief and ... 7 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James The Debates, and Deliberations in Congress are impenetrable Secrets: but the Conversations ... 8 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James You will not think your Time misspent in Perusing any Plans for the Service of your Country, ... 9 October 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have not been composed enough to write you since Last Sabbeth when in the bitterness of my ... 10 October 1775 Adams, John Who shall have the Appointment of the Officers in the 2 Battallions to be raised in New ... 10 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I am much concerned least you should feel an Addition to your Anxieties, from your having so ... 10 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Mr. Jonathan Mifflin, a young Gentleman of this City, a Relation of our Friend the Quarter ... 12 October 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I have only a Minute to Cover the Inclosed Letters. I have been on an Excursion to Plymouth ... 12 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James As the Article of Powder is much wanted to carry on the operations vs the ministerial Army, ... 12 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I would write often if I had any thing to communicate: But Obligations of Honour forbid some ... 12 October 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John I Write again from Waterton, where I Arrived Yesterday with your Excelent Friend who has ... 12 October 1775 Adams, John to Tudor, William I have received yours of the first of this Instant and am glad to find you have me still in ... 12 October 1775 Adams, John Report, on Trade, considered in a Committee of the whole. ... 13 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I this day received yours of the 29 of September, and the 1st. of October. ... 13 October 1775 Adams, John R. Livingston. Hopes the whole Matter will be putt off. Is willing as it seems the general ... 13 October 1775 Adams, John to Lee, Charles Your obliging Favour of the fifth Inst. I this Moment received, and give me Leave to assure ... 13 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Yours of october 1. and 2d I received this Morning with the Letters inclosed. These were ... 13 October 1775 Adams, John Fryday October 13. 1775. The Congress taking into Consideration the report of the Committee ... 16 October 1775 Adams, John The Committee appointed to enquire, what Powder has been Sent to the Army in the Northern ... 16 October 1775 Tyler, John to Adams, John ... 16 October 1775 Intelligencer to Adams, John I have been here, almost ever since I had the Pleasure of seeing you at Fairfield, and have ... 18 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James The Letter of Dr—— is the oddest Thing imaginable. There are so many Lies in it, calculated ... 18 October 1775 Intelligencer to Adams, John Since I closed my last, of this Morning, I have been inform'd of a most curious Motion that ... 19 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James It was the latter End of August that I left you. All September has run away, and 19 days in ... 19 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James What Think you of an American Fleet? I dont mean 100 ships of the Line, by a Fleet, but I ... 19 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I want to be with you, Tete a Tete, to canvass, and discuss the complicated subject of Trade.... 19 October 1775 Adams, John The continental congress having been pleased to appoint us a committe for collecting an ... 19 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail It is some Time since I wrote you, and I have nothing, now, to write but Repetitions of ... 19 October 1775 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis I thank my Friends for their kind remembrance of me last week, the Letter enclosed was dated ... 20 October 1775 Adams, John Deane. Their Plunder only afforded one Meal of fresh meat for the privates. All the rest was ... 20 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) I condole with you, most sincerely, for the loss of your most worthy grandmamma. I know you ... 20 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Thomas Boylston I have suffered a great deal of Anxiety on your Account, having heard of your severe ... 20 October 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John After an Interval much longer than I ever designed should take place, I now set down to ... 20 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James The Bearer of this is John McPherson Esq. He is a Genius—an old Sea Warriour, Nine or ten ... 20 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Can The Inhabitants of North America live without foreign Trade? ... 21 October 1775 Adams, John Zubly. We cant do without Powder, Intelligence, Druggs. Georgia must have an Indian War, if ... 21 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I believe I shall surfeit you with Letters, which contain nothing, but Recommendations of ... 21 October 1775 Rice, Nathan to Adams, John I must acknowledge myself culpable, by a Breach of Orders, should not have neglected ... 21 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James We must bend our Attention to Salt Petre. We must make it. While B. is Mistress of the Sea, ... 21 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This Letter will go by two Gentlemen, who are travelling to your Country, for the Sake of ... 21 October 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Tis ten Days since I have wrote you a line; I have received one Letter since dated 27 of ... 22 October 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Mr. Lorthorp call'd here this Evening and brought me yours of the 1 of October a day which ... 23 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Yesterday yours of Octr. 9th. came to Hand. Your Letters never failed to give me ... 23 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have only Time to acquaint you that Yesterday, that eminent American, and most worthy Man ... 23 October 1775 Heath, William to Adams, John I have to acknowledge the Honor of the Receipt of yours of the 5th. Instant, and shall think ... 23 October 1775 Osgood, Samuel to Adams, John Without apologizing for interrupting you a short Moment I have to inform you that Genl. Frye ... 23 October 1775 Ward, Artemas to Adams, John Yesterday I Received your favour of the fifth Instant, a week after the arival of Mr. Lynch, ... 23 October 1775 Ward, Joseph to Adams, John I have been long waiting for an opportunity to communicate some intelligence worthy of your ... 24 October 1775 Thomas, John to Adams, John I Received your favour of the fifth Instant, am Pleased to hear the Unanimity of the ... 24 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James When it is Said that it is the Prerogative of omniscience to Search Hearts, I Suppose it is ... 24 October 1775 Hayward, Lemuel to Gordon, William I have attended the Hospital ever since about the middle of May last by Order from Genl. ... 24 October 1775 Massachusetts General Court to Continental Congress, Massachusetts delegates The General Court of the Colony which you represent in Congress, now incloses you an ... 25 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Governor Ward of Rhode Island has a son about five and twenty years old who has been so far ... 25 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James A Method of collecting Salt Petre from the Air which is talked of here is this. Take of Lime ... 25 October 1775 Adams, John Mr. Duane told me at the Funeral of our late virtuous and able President that he, Mr. Duane, ... 25 October 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have been highly favourd this week past. No less than 5 Letters I have received from you. ... 25 October 1775 Quincy, Josiah to Adams, John I have now before me your obliging Letter of the 6th: Instant. It came to hand with another ... 25 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Upon the Receipt of the Intelligence of Dr. Church's Letter, Dr. Morgan was chosen in his ... 25 October 1775 Gordon, William to Adams, John I begin upon a half sheet, as a quarter may possibly not hold what I have to write, but ... 25 October 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John I wrote you by the Post 3 Weeks ago but have not been honour'd with a Line since your ... 25 October 1775 Winthrop, John to Adams, John I received your Favor by Mr. Lynch. I was very sorry I had no opportunity of Shewing ... 25 October 1775 Otis, Col. James to Adams, John I Recived your favor of the first Current and Note the Contents and in answer say that I am ... 26 October 1775 Knox, Henry to Adams, John Encourag'd by your kindly mentioning my name in your Letters to several Gentlemen this way I ... 26 October 1775 — 3 November 1775 Adams, John On Thursday October 26. 1775. The Subject again brought on the Carpet, and the same ... 27 October 1775 Adams, John R. R. Livingston. Cloathing will rise tho Provisions will fall. Labourers will be discharged.... 28 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James Our Association, against Importations and Exportations, from and to Gr. Britain, Ireland ... 28 October 1775 Hichborn, Benjamin to Adams, John If tears of blood were to follow my pen, they wou'd but faintly marke the distressing ... 28 October 1775 Morton, Perez to Adams, John I am directed by the Major part of the Council of this Colony, to acquaint You, that by ... 28 October 1775 Morton, Perez to Adams, John Honble. John Adams Esqr. ... 28 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Fall of Dr. Church, has given me many disagreable Reflections, as it places human Nature ... 28 October 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John I received your Letter of the 12th. Instant by Mr. Tracy. But the One you mention to have ... 28 October 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I did not hear till Yesterday in the Afternoon that Coll. Reed had any Intention to leave us ... 29 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Human nature with all its infirmities and depravation is still capable of great things. It ... 29 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail There is, in the human Breast, a social Affection, which extends to our whole Species. ... 29 October 1775 Adams, John Paine brought in a large Sample of Salt Petre, made in this City, by Mr. Ripsama. It is very ... 29 October 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I cannot exclude from my Mind your melancholly Situation. The Griefs of your Father and ... 30 October 1775 Adams, John Monday October 30th. 1775. The Committee appointed to prepare an Estimate, and to fit out ... 30 October 1775 Adams, John Ross. We cant get Seamen to man 4 Vessells. We could not get Seamen to mann our Boats, our ... 31 October 1775 Palmer, Joseph to Adams, John Herewith you have a Copy of the Account of the Battle of Charlestown; the other matters will ... 31 October 1775 Adams, John to Warren, Mercy Otis I received, this day with great Pleasure your Favour of the Twelfth and fourteenth ...

November

28 August 1775 — 21 December 1775 Adams, John to Massachusetts General Court ... 18 September 1775 — 8 November 1775 Adams, John I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted. On the 18th of September 1775. It ... 26 October 1775 — 3 November 1775 Adams, John On Thursday October 26. 1775. The Subject again brought on the Carpet, and the same ... November 1775 Adams, John Captn. Isaac Sears ... 1 November 1775 Thomas, John to Adams, John I wrote you some time since the Gentlemen of the Committee from the Congress and presume'd ... 1 November 1775 Hayward, Lemuel to Adams, John The small Acquaintance I have had with your Honor emboldens me to write you on an Affair ... 2 November 1775 Adams, John On Thursday November 2. 1775 Congress resolved that the Committee appointed to carry into ... 3 November 1775 Adams, John 3 November 1775. Dft not found. printed: JCC, 3:319. Based on a report (not found) from a ... 4 November 1775 Ward, Joseph to Adams, John I beg leave to recommend to your Notice Capt. Price, the Bearer of this, who has commanded ... 4 November 1775 Osgood, Samuel to Adams, John I have no other excuse for troubling you with another Letter but to inform you that my other ... 4 November 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Have but Yesterday received yours of Octr. 21. ... 4 November 1775 — 5 December 1775 Adams, John On November 4th. 1775 The Committee appointed to take into Consideration the State of South ... 5 November 1775 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis I hope the Historick page will increase to a volume. Tis this hope that has kept me from ... 5 November 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have been prevented writing you for more than a Week past by a Whitlow upon the fore ... 5 November 1775 Adams, John to Gerry, Elbridge I am under Such Restrictions, Injunctions and Engagements of Secrecy respecting every Thing ... 5 November 1775 Adams, John to Trumbull, John I take an opportunity by this Express, to thank you for Me Fingal, a Poem which has been ... 5 November 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I must begin every Letter with Thanks for the Receipt of your Favours, haveing such Abundant ... 6 November 1775 Cooper, Samuel to Adams, John I take the first Opportunity to acknowledg the Honor I receiv'd in a Letter sign'd by you as ... 7 November 1775 Stille, John to Adams, John ... 7 November 1775 Adams, John to Deane, Silas You are desired to repair immediately to the City of New York, and there purchase a Ship ... 8 November 1775 Adams, John On the 8th of November 1775 Congress resolved, that the Bills of Sale of the Vessells ... 8 November 1775 Massachusetts Provincial Congress to Adams, John Watertown, 8 November 1775. Printed form with spaces filled in appropriately (Adams Papers); ... 9 November 1775 Adams, John Proposals. ... 10 November 1775 Adams, John On the 10th of November 1775 Congress resolved that two Battalions of Marines be raised, ... 11 November 1775 Adams, John to Knox, Henry I had the Pleasure of a Letter from you a few days ago and was rejoiced to learn that you ... 11 November 1775 Gerry, Elbridge to Adams, John I received a Letter from the honorable Committee of Congress for collecting “a just and well ... 11 November 1775 Massachusetts Council to Adams, John The Manifest Militation between the Resolve which passed the hon'ble the American Congress ... 11 November 1775 Massachusetts House of Representatives to Continental Congress, Massachusetts delegates Watertown, 11 November 1775. (Misc. Papers of the Continental Congress, Reel No. 8). ... 12 November 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received yours of October 23. I want to hear from you every day, and I always feel sorrow ... 12 November 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I am often afraid you will think it hard that I dont write oftener to you. But it is really ... 13 November 1775 Smith, William (Philadelphia apothecary) to Adams, John ... 13 November 1775 Adams, John to Thomas, John I am much obliged to you for two Letters one by the Committee: the other dated Novr. 1. ... 14 November 1775 Hawley, Joseph to Adams, John En passant. As Church said in his letter to the Regulars, Remember I Never deceived you. If ... 14 November 1775 Adams, John to Ward, Joseph I had yesterday the pleasure of your letter of the 4th instant by Captain Price, for which, ... 14 November 1775 Adams, John to Osgood, Samuel I was yesterday favoured with your agreable Letter by Captn. Price, for which as well as a ... 14 November 1775 Adams, John to Tudor, William I received your kind Letter of the 28th. of Octr.—but yesterday. It was such a Letter as I ... 14 November 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I last Evening received yours by Capt. Gist, and this Morning by Fessenden. It gives me ... 14 November 1775 Trumbull, John to Adams, John I had the satisfaction last evening of receiving your very friendly Letter, which was the ... 15 November 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This I suppose will go by Mr. James Bowdoin who has just arrived here from London. He has ... 15 November 1775 Adams, John to Lee, Richard Henry The Course of Events, naturally turns the Thoughts of Gentlemen to the Subjects of ... 15 November 1775 Adams, John to Osgood, Samuel Your first Letter to me is now before me. ... 16 November 1775 Chase, Samuel to Adams, John I am well assured that a Supply of Powder is arrived at Statia, so writes Captain Waters on ... 17 November 1775 Adams, John On the 17th of November 1775. A Letter from Gen. Washington, inclosing a Letter and Journal ... 18 November 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Your kind Letter of the 5th. Inst. came to Hand yesterday by Captain McPherson. I admire ... 19 November 1775 Lee, Charles to Adams, John I receiv'd your obliging letter and cannot express the pleasure I feel in standing so high ... 23 November 1775 Adams, John to Otis, Col. James I had the Honour of your Letter of Novr. the Eleventh, by Express, and am very Sorry to ... 23 November 1775 Adams, John Thursday. November 23. 1775. The Committee for fitting out armed Vessells laid before ... 24 November 1775 Adams, John to Morton, Perez I had the Honour of receiving your Letter of the Twenty Eighth of October last, by Mr. ... 25 November 1775 Adams, John Saturday November 25. 1775. Congress resumed the consideration of the report of the ... 25 November 1775 Hichborn, Benjamin to Adams, John From my last, you may form some judgment of the disagreeable state of mind I have suffered ... 25 November 1775 Chase, Samuel to Adams, John I did Myself the Pleasure to write to You from Baltimore Town, relative to two Vessells, ... 25 November 1775 Adams, John to Warren, Mercy Otis I had the Pleasure of yours of Novr. 4th several Days ago. ... 25 November 1775 Adams, John to Hawley, Joseph This afternoon at five o Clock, I received your kind Letter of November the 14. dated at ... 27 November 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Tis a fortnight to Night since I wrote you a line during which, I have been confined with ... 27 November 1775 Adams, John to Saltonstall, Dudley The Congress are now preparing two Ships and two Brigantines to be fitted out as soon as ... 29 November 1775 — 16 January 1776 Adams, John On Wednesday November 29. 1775. (See Journals of Congress for the Year 1775 page 272. and ... 29 November 1775 Smith, Ann to Adams, John ... 30 November 1775 Massachusetts Provincial Congress to Adams, John We the Subscribers, Members of the late Committee of Safety of this Colony, do certify, That ... 30 November 1775 Robinson, Lemuel to Adams, John These Lines are to inform you of my Situation which in the Multaplicity of your Business is ... 30 November 1775 Osgood, Samuel to Adams, John I have to acknowledge your Favors of the 14th and 15th Novr. and now Sir I think myself ...

December

28 August 1775 — 21 December 1775 Adams, John to Massachusetts General Court ... 4 November 1775 — 5 December 1775 Adams, John On November 4th. 1775 The Committee appointed to take into Consideration the State of South ... 29 November 1775 — 16 January 1776 Adams, John On Wednesday November 29. 1775. (See Journals of Congress for the Year 1775 page 272. and ... 2 December 1775 Palmer, Joseph to Adams, John Yesterday Mr. Revere returned, and brot your acceptance, which was truly acceptable to our ... 3 December 1775 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Yours of Novr. 12 is before me. I wish I could write you every day, more than once, for ... 3 December 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John I Returned from Plymouth last Wednesday after An Absence of about 10 days. In my way I ... 3 December 1775 Ward, Joseph to Adams, John I had the honour some time since to receive your Favour of the 14 Ultimo which I am now to ... 3 December 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John Long before the Receipt of this You will have heard by Express from the General, of the ... 3 December 1775 Adams, John to Warren, James I have only Time to acquaint you that Congress have ordered the arrears of Pay to be ... 4 December 1775 Warren, John to Adams, John As Surgeons of the continental Hospital we take the Freedom to address you upon an Occasion ... 4 December 1775 Swan, James to Adams, John By a resolve of Congress the 18th of Oct. last, I perceive the Sufferers by fire and ... 4 December 1775 Osgood, Samuel to Adams, John I fancy such an Army was scarcly ever collected together before. What a Contrast do my Eyes ... 4 December 1775 Gerry, Elbridge to Adams, John I received your Favour of the 5th of Novr and the Enquiries relative to Vessels suitable to ... 5 December 1775 Cooper, William to Adams, John The letter you did me the honor of writing me dated October 19th. came to hand but a few ... 5 December 1775 Spooner, Walter to Continental Congress, Massachusetts delegates We are informed by his Excellency General Washington, that it is his opinion, the paying our ... 5 December 1775 Smith, Isaac Jr. to Smith, Rev. William The present opportunity appears to me so convenient for writing to you, that I cannot avoid ... 7 December 1775 Stille, John to Adams, John ... 8 December 1775 Aitken, Robert to Adams, John ... 8 December 1775 Smith, Daniel to Adams, John ... 8 December 1775 Chase, Samuel to Adams, John I am obliged to you for your Letter of 2nd. Instant. I intirely agree with You in Sentiment ... 9 December 1775 Adams, John Having Yesterday asked and obtained Leave of Congress to go home, this Morning I mounted, ... 9 December 1775 Yard, Sarah to Adams, John ... 10 December 1775 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received your obliging favour by Mrs. Morgan, with the papers, and the other articles you ... 10 December 1775 Adams, John Rode from Bristol to Trenton, breakfasted, rode to Princetown, and dined with a Captain ... 11 December 1775 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail My Dear Mrs. Adams has Disappointed Me so often that I think I will no more promise myself ... 11 December 1775 Tudor, William to Adams, John I seize a few Minutes before the Post sets out to send You a little Information. Manley took ... 11 December 1775 Warren, James to Adams, John Since my last I have not A Scrip from you. Whether you Intend by withholding the ... 16 December 1775 Hayward, Lemuel to Adams, John By the hand of Dr. Morgan I had the Pleasure of receiving yours of Nov. 13. and thank you ... 16 December 1775 Crafts, Thomas Jr. to Adams, John I ever thought thare was such a Thing as sincere friendship, and that some perticular ... 18 December 1775 Hawley, Joseph to Adams, John I received your favour of the 25th of Novr. as soon as I arrived at this town which was last ... 20 December 1775 Williams, Jonathan to Adams, John I have just heard of your return from Philadelphia, and am exceeding sorry I had not the ... 21 December 1775 Sullivan, John to Adams, John Did not the hurry of our affairs prevent; I Should often write you Respecting the State of ... 21 December 1775 Adams, John to Bass, Joseph ... 22 December 1775 Adams, Samuel to Adams, John My Concern for your Welfare induced me carefully to watch the Weather till I conjectured you ... 26 December 1775 Adams, John 26 December 1775. Resolution to pay post-riders. M-Ar:207, p. 311–315. printed: Force, ... 26 December 1775 Adams, John 26 December 1775. Resolution appointing members to a joint committee to determine how bills ... 26 December 1775 Adams, John Resolution to pay John Davis a sum in behalf of Edward Johnson, a petitioning soldier. ... 26 December 1775 Adams, John 26 December 1775. Resolution to approve committee report recommending payment to the ... 27 December 1775 Adams, John 27 December 1775. Resolution to approve appointment of a committee to assist the commissary ... 28 December 1775 Adams, John 28 December 1775. Resolution to liberate Henry Middleton and George Price, prisoners in the ... 28 December 1775 Adams, John 28 December 1775. Resolution ordering committee for purchasing saltpeter to deliver it to ... 28 December 1775 Adams, John 28 December 1775. Resolution to approve payment to Committee for the Poor of Boston to ... 28 December 1775 Adams, John 28 December 1775. Recommendation to towns to promote the manufacture of saltpeter. M-Ar:207, ... 29 December 1775 Hopkins, Samuel to Cushing, Thomas The degree of acquaintance I have with you, through your indulgence; and your known candour, ... 29 December 1775 Adams, John 29 December 1775. Resolution ordering the Milton committee to deliver Thomas Hutchinson's ... 30 December 1775 Adams, John 30 December 1775. Resolution approving a new levy of men for the seacoast forces. M-Ar:207, ... 30 December 1775 Adams, John 30 December 1775. Resolution concerning payment of military companies at Braintree, ...