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January

1 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Mr. Thaxter wak'd me up by sounding in my ears, I wish you a happy new year and ... 1 January 1780 Adams, John 1780. January 1. Saturday. We arrived, from Sebrero, at Villa Franca, seven Leagues. The ... 1 January 1780 Adams, John Arrived at Villa Franca, Seven Leagues. The Road at first was very bad. Steep, sharp ... 2 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at seven o clock we got up and at 9 o clock set away. We went through several ... 2 January 1780 Adams, John 1780. January 2. Sunday. We rode from Villa Franca, da el Bierzo Rio Puente, passed through ... 2 January 1780 Adams, John Rode from Villa franca de el Bierzo Rio Puente. We dined at Ponferrada. We passed through ... 3 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we got up at 5 o clock and at 6 we set away from Benbibere. We dined in a ... 3 January 1780 Adams, John 1780. January 3. Monday. We rode to Astorga. We passed through the Town and Country of the ... 3 January 1780 Adams, John Rode to Astorga. We passed through the Town and Country of the Marragattoes. The Town is ... 4 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning our Guide told us that the Chaises had several things to be mended and that we ... 4 January 1780 Adams, John Found clean Beds and no fleas for the first Time in Spain. Walked twice, round the Walls of ... 4 January 1780 Adams, John 1780. January 4. Tuesday. At Astorga, We found clean Beds and no fleas for the first time ... 5 January 1780 Adams, John Rode from Astorga to Leon, eight Leagues. This is one great Plain. The Road very fine. Great ... 5 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at about sun rise we set of f from Astorga with very fine weather and roads. We ... 5 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 5. Wednesday. We rode from Astorga to Leon, Eight Leagues. This was one great ... 6 January 1780 Adams, John Went to view the Cathedral Church which is magnificent, but not equal to that at Astorga if ... 6 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we asked a man how many convents there were in Leon. He wrote what follows. ... 6 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 6. Thursday. We went to see the Cathedral Church at Leon which though ... 6 January 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail You will see, lovely Woman, by the Papers which I have sent that we shall have more post ... 7 January 1780 Adams, John I have not seen a Chimney in Spain, except one of the french Consul at Corunna. One or two ... 7 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 7. Fryday. From Mansillas We rode to San Juan Segun. ... 7 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we set away from Manzilla with good weather and roads but very cold. We stopt ... 8 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 8 Saturday. We rode from San Juan Segun to Paredise de Nava. At the distance of ... 8 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Fine weather. We came through several villages. We have come seven leagues to day. At about ... 8 January 1780 Adams, John Rode from San Juan Segun, to Paredese de Nava. We have passed thro a Village every League. ... 9 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Cloudy weather. We din'd at Palentia Palencia which is a city as Large as Corunna. At about ... 10 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at 7 o clock we set away from Torre quemada. Just after we set away we went ... 11 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at 7 ½ we set away from Sellada el Cameno. At about 10 o clock it began to snow ... 11 January 1780 Adams, John Arrived at Burgos. We came from Sellada el Camino, 4 Leagues. We had Fog, and Rain and Snow, ... 11 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 11. Tuesday. We arrived at Burgos, from Sellada el Caminos, four Leagues. We ... 12 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Good weather. Set away from Burgos and pursued our journey. Dined at a little village and at ... 12 January 1780 Adams, John Arrived at Bribiesca, where there are two Convents, one of Men, the other of Women, both ... 12 January 1780 Adams, John 1780. January 12. Thursday. We passed through several Villages, rode along the Side of a ... 13 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Rose at about day break and set away ½ an hour before sun rise. Passed through several ... 13 January 1780 Massachusetts Council to Adams, John The General Assembly having for many Reasons, and for purposes appearing to Them ... 13 January 1780 Adams, Samuel to Adams, John I gladly embrace the first opportunity I have had of writing to you since you left this ... 13 January 1780 Adams, John Rode from Bribiesca to Pancourbo where we dined. We passed thro Courbo, which is a little ... 13 January 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail I send you a Continuance of the Journals. ... 13 January 1780 Adams, John 1780. January 13. Thursday. We rode from Bribiesca to Pancourbo where We dined. We passed ... 14 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we set away at about sun rise. We came two leagues and then went a league up ... 14 January 1780 Adams, John Rode from Ezpexo to Orduña, four Leagues. The Road is made all the Way, at a great Expence, ... 14 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 14. Fryday. We rode from Ezpexo to Orduña, four Leagues. The Road had been made ... 15 January 1780 Adams, John Followed the Road by the Side of the River, between two Rows of Mountains, untill We opened ... 15 January 1780 Adams, John 1780. January 15. Saturday. We followed the Road, by the Side of the River between two Rows ... 15 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we rose at about day break and at about a half an hour before Sun rise we set ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John Reposed and wrote. ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Bilbao, Spain, 16 January 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand PCC No. 84, I, f. 234; docketed: ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John to Lagoanere, Michel We arrived here last night, all alive, but not very well having all taken, in Spight of all ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John to Detournelle, M. The United States of America have experienced so much Friendship from the French Court and ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Went to look about the Town. Saw nothing worth remarking. The two Mr. Gardoqui's Capt. ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Thomas Boylston I am always happy to find an opportunity of conversing with you, as we cannot verbally do ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Abigail I am (by the Grace of God) once more safely arrived at Bilbao. I have wrote you an account ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail We arrived here, last night, all alive, but all very near sick with violent Colds taken on ... 16 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 16. Sunday. Reposed and wrote. ... 17 January 1780 Adams, John Dined, with the two Messrs. Gardoquis and a Nephew of theirs. After Dinner the Gentlemen ... 17 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 17. Monday. We dined with the two Messieurs Gardoqui, and a Nephew of theirs. ... 17 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy All the Gentlemen dined at Mr. Gardoqui's but I being unwell did not go. Settled with Raymon ... 18 January 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail After twenty odd days spent in climbing Mountains, sinking into Valleys, tumbling over ... 18 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Felt better to day. We all dined at home to day. We expect to set out for Bayonne on ... 18 January 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John It is now a little more than two months since you left me. I have many hopes that you had a ... 18 January 1780 Cranch, Richard to Adams, John I was last Evening at your House and left Mrs. Adams, Miss Nabby and Master Tommy well, as ... 18 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 18. Tuesday. We spent the Day in perambulating the Town. We visited the Wharves ... 18 January 1780 Adams, John Spent the Day in Walking about the Town. Walked round the Wharf upon the River, through the ... 19 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Abigail I can never keep my pen out of my hand when ever there is an oportunity of writing and as ... 19 January 1780 Adams, John Went down the River, on a Visit to the Rambler a Letter of Mark, of 18 Guns, belonging to Mr.... 19 January 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, Charles How does my son after the fatigues of a voyage. A young adventurer indeed, how many times ... 19 January 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Quincy I hope you have had no occasion either from Enemies or the Dangers of the Sea to repent your ... 19 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 19. Wednesday. By particular invitation We went down the River on a Visit to ... 19 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy To day all the Gentlemen went down the river except Mr. Dana and myself. At about 6 o clock ... 20 January 1780 Adams, Abigail to Wendell, Oliver I return you thanks Sir for the trouble you took in exchangeing my Money, our currency is ... 20 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Sot out about 3 o clock P M. Nothing remarkable. ... 20 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 20th Thursday. Although We endeavoured in Bil­bao to take as much Exercise as ... 20 January 1780 Adams, John to Gardoqui, Joseph, & Sons (business) If you will be so good as to send to America, on Board of Either each of the Vessells now ... 23 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 23. We arrived at Bayonne. Here We paid off our Spanish Guide with all his ... 23 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Nothing remarkable for these 3 days. At about 5 o clock P M arrived at Bayonne. Nothing more ... 24 January 1780 Adams, John to Gardoqui, Joseph, & Sons (business) I have but just Time to inform you by the Return of our Guide, that We all arrived in safety ... 24 January 1780 Adams, John to Lagoanere, Michel We have arrived Safe at this Place, but very much fatigued with our Journey and We have the ... 25 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Set away at about 9 o clock. At about half after 9 began to Snow. Snow'd 2 hours. Went 45 ... 25 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 25. We commenced our Journey to Bourdeaux. There is so much heath and ... 29 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Nothing remarkable Since we left Bayonne. At about 5 arrived at Bordeaux. Mr. Vernon and Mr. ... 29 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 29. Saturday. We arrived at Bourdeaux. We had met Couriers and received Letters ... 30 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 30. We dined at the Hotel D'Angleterre, at the Invitation of Mr. Bondfield, in ... 30 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy We all dined at Mr. Bonfeild's. After dinner went to the play. Had Amphitrion and Cartouche. ... 31 January 1780 Adams, John On the 20th We left Bilbao, arrived at Bayonne the 23d. Staid one day, there. Sat off for ... 31 January 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John At Bayonne, I had the Honour of yours of the 25. Decr. last, which was delivered me by Mr. ... 31 January 1780 Adams, John to Casamayor, Pedro, & Company On the 29th of this month, on my Arrival at this Place, I had the Honour of a polite Letter ... 31 January 1780 Adams, John to Montgomery, Robert Since my Arrival at this Place, which was the day before Yesterday, I had the Honour ... 31 January 1780 Gardoqui, Joseph & Sons (business) to Adams, John Invoice of Sundries shipp'd per the Phinix James Babson master for Newburyport on Account of ... 31 January 1780 Adams, John Quincy Went about to see the town. Saw the Shipping which made a Grand appearance. The Gentlemen ... 31 January 1780 Adams, John 1780 January 31. Monday. We dined at the Hotel D'Angleterre, again with Mr. Maccarty, Mr. ...

February

1 February 1780 Adams, John 1780 Feb. 1. Tuesday. We spent the day in rambling about the Town viewing the principal ... 1 February 1780 Adams, John Dined Yesterday, at the Hotel D'Angleterre, with Mr. Maccartey, Mr. Delap, Mr. Vernon, Mr. ... 1 February 1780 Williams, Jonathan to Adams, John I heartily congratulate you on your safe Return to Europe and thank you for your obliging ... 2 February 1780 Adams, John 1780 Feb. 2. Wednesday. We took Post for Paris and on ... 2 February 1780 Tolmond, Thomas to Adams, John Humbly Sheweth that your Petitioner is a poor american just arived from Marttanico to Rochal ... 4 February 1780 — 21 March 1780 Adams, John 1780 Feb. 4. Fryday We arrived at Coué. We passed by Angouleme and encircled almost the ... 5 February 1780 Adams, John On Wednesday, the second of Feb. We took Post for Paris, and on Fryday the 4 arrived at ... 5 February 1780 Montgomery, Robert to Adams, John When I was Advised of your Arrival at Corunia I had the Pleasing hopes that Your Destination ... 5 February 1780 Heimenthal, Baron de to Adams, John I take the liberty, to address myself to your Excellency, about a project I have send to Mr. ... 12 February 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail On Wednesday, the 9th. of this Month, We all arrived in tolerable Health at the Hotel De ... 12 February 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de Paris, 12 February 1780. printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 4:243–245 ... 13 February 1780 Adams, Abigail to Lovell, James With fingers so soar that I can scarcly guide a pen tho it cost me ever so much pain I must ... 13 February 1780 — 28 July 1780 Adams, John ... 13 February 1780 Adams, John to Sartine, Antoine Raymond Jean Gualbert Gabriel de Paris, 13 February 1780. printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 4:248. ... 14 February 1780 Gillon, Alexander to Adams, John Permit me to Congratulate you on your happy return to Europe, and to make this enquiry after ... 15 February 1780 Adams, John to Williams, Jonathan Paris, 15 February 1780. printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 4:248–249. ... 15 February 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John Versailles, 15 February 1780. printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 4:245 ... 15 February 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Paris, 15 February 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand PCC, No. 84, 1, f. 243; docketed: “No. 4 ... 16 February 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John Si je nay pas eu l'honneur de vous ecrire depuis mon arrivée a brest, c est que ayant scau ... 16 February 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John If I have not had the honor of writing to you since my arrival at Brest it is because, ... 16 February 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail On the ninth of this Month We all happily arrived here, and with Hearts replete with ... 16 February 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have the Honour to be lodged here with no less a Personage than the Prince of Hesse Castle ... 17 February 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Abigail As there is an opportunity of writing to you, I must by no means let it Slip me; I have ... 17 February 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress It is necessary that I should inform Congress, in what manner I have been able to procure ... 18 February 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques Whether it is that the Art of political Lying is better understood in England than in any ... 19 February 1780 Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de to Adams, John As I came but this morning from Versailles, it was not in my power sooner to answer to the ... 19 February 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I cannot express the pleasure it gave me; when I heard of your Safe Arrival in Europe; ... 19 February 1780 Gardoqui, Joseph & Sons (business) to Adams, John In consequence of the orders you was pleas'd to directt us to ynvest the value of the 200. ... 19 February 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de Paris, 19 February 1780. printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 4:250–251. ... 19 February 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Inclosed are Copies of former Letters to Congress, and I shall continue to transmit Copies ... 19 February 1780 Adams, John to Lovell, James You have been so good, in sending me the Journals and above all in sending me very ... 19 February 1780 Montgomery, Robert to Adams, John I had the Pleasure of Addressing you the 5th Currente to Which Please be Referd and Since am ... 20 February 1780 Adams, John to Gillon, Alexander I had last Evening the Pleasure of your Letter from Amsterdam, of the 14th. instant and I ... 20 February 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Since my Arrival in Europe I have had the Mortification to see in the public Papers a Series ... 20 February 1780 Adams, John to Lloyd, Richard B. Since my Arrival in this City, I had the Pleasure of your kind Letter of the 28 of December, ... 20 February 1780 Adams, John to Dilly, Edward You may possibly remember a Correspondent of yours, who had six or seven Years ago the ... 20 February 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John Vous avés craint d'importuner M. le Comte de Vergennes et vous m'avés fait l'honeur de vous ... 20 February 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John Hesitating to bother the Count de Vergennes, you have done me the honor of addressing me in ... 22 February 1780 Adams, John to Moylan, James As the Alliance is bound to America, and probably will go to Boston, I wish to avail myself ... 22 February 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I did myself the Honor of writing to You, two days Ago by Mr. Brusch, to congratulate you on ... 22 February 1780 Adams, John to Jones, John Paul I have the Pleasure to congratulate you, on your glorious success Since I left you at ... 22 February 1780 Adams, John to Jay, John I most sincerely congratulate You, on your happy Arrival in Europe, which must be the more ... 22 February 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Thomas Boylston I am once more settled down in a school and am very content with my situation. I was the ... 23 February 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Children made me a Visit to day, and went with me to dine with my old Friends the two ... 23 February 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Samuel You will see by the public Papers, that your Committee of Correspondence is making greater ... 23 February 1780 Adams, John to Cooper, Samuel I knew not when I undertook so readily to take the Care of your Grandson what I was about, ... 23 February 1780 Adams, John to Dalton, Tristram Since my Arrival in this City, which was on the 9th. of this Month I had the Pleasure of ... 23 February 1780 Adams, John to Gerry, Elbridge The Boston Committee of Correspondence, and the Military Associations which grew out of it, ... 23 February 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Paris, 23 February 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand PCC, No. 84, I, f. 279; docketed: “No. 8 ... 23 February 1780 Adams, John to Warren, James The French Court seem to be now every day more and more convinced of the good Policy, and ... 24 February 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 4:251–252 ... 24 February 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I have received the Letter, that you did me the Honour to write me the 20th. of this Month. ... 24 February 1780 Adams, John to Chavagnes, Bidé de I had last Evening the Honour, of your Letter from Brest, of the 16th. of this Month, and I ... 25 February 1780 Adams, John to Gardoqui, Joseph, & Sons (business) I have not had opportunity, Since my Arrival at Paris, to pay my Respects to you, and to ... 25 February 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have this Moment your Letter from Brussells of the 19th of this Month, and I thank You for ... 25 February 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Since my Letter of the twentieth, I have recieved another Letter from his Excellency the ... 25 February 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 4:253–254. ... 25 February 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John Je ne manquerai point de rendre compte a monseigneur le Comte de Vergennes de la lettre dont ... 25 February 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John I will not fail to inform the Count Vergennes of the letter with which you have honored me. ... 26 February 1780 Smith, Isaac Sr. to Adams, John Last Evening we had an Account from Newbury that a Vessell was Arrived there from Bilbao, ... 26 February 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Quincy I am happy to hear of your safe arrival tho not at the port, I wished to hear you were. You ... 26 February 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John This day I am happy in the News of your safe arrival at Corruna by a vessel arrived at ... 26 February 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I have just now recieved the Letter, which You did me the Honor to write me yesterday, and I ... 27 February 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I received to day, yours of the 22d. That by Mr. Brush I answered as soon as received. ... 27 February 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress No. 10. ... 27 February 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The House of Joseph Guardoqui and Sons of Bilbao, have sent you some necessaries to the ... 28 February 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have sent you, one yard of fine Cambrick, at 14 Livres an Ell, two of a coarser sort at 6 ... 28 February 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have already sent to the Marquis de la Fayette, a Number of Letters for you, and the ... 28 February 1780 Moylan, James to Adams, John I received your much esteem'd letter of the 22d. with the memorandums it inclosed of the ... 28 February 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John I have written to Ostend for the two gazettes in question. In the meantime, I will continue, ... 28 February 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John J'ai écrit à Ostende pour les deux gazettes en question. En attendant je continuerai à vous ... 28 February 1780 Adams, John to Warren, James I have written so fully to Congress and to particular Friends before, and have so little ... 28 February 1780 Adams, John to Knox, Henry Your Friend the Marquis, with whom I have sometimes had the Honour to drink your Health ... 28 February 1780 Adams, John to Cooper, Samuel This will be delived you by the Marquis your Friend. Your Grandson is well and very ... 28 February 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Samuel The Marquiss, who loves Us, will deliver You this. He will tell You every thing. ... 28 February 1780 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis How does my Dear Mrs. Warren through a long and tedious Winter? in which I have never been ... 29 February 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I have this Moment yours of the 28. I thank You, Sir, for your kind Invitation to my three ... 29 February 1780 Adams, John to Lovell, James I cannot let the Marquis go off, without a Line to you. He took leave of the King a few days ... 29 February 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress RC in John Thaxter's hand PCC, No. 84, I, f. 295; docketed: “No. 11 J. Adams Esqr Feby. 29th....

March

4 February 1780 — 21 March 1780 Adams, John 1780 Feb. 4. Fryday We arrived at Coué. We passed by Angouleme and encircled almost the ... 13 February 1780 — 28 July 1780 Adams, John ... 1 March 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I had scarcly closed my packet to you when I received your Letters dated Ferrol and Corunna. ... 1 March 1780 Adams, John to Barbé-Marbois, François de You advised me to take my Son with me, to Europe, and I followed your Advice, and went ... 1 March 1780 Adams, John to La Luzerne, Anne César, Chevalier de I have not had opportunity, Since I left Braintree, to pay my Respects to you. The good old ... 1 March 1780 Adams, John to Gardoqui, Joseph, & Sons (business) I have but this Moment received, yours of 19 of Feb. and am very glad to learn that you have ... 2 March 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin Mr. Adams's respectfull Compliments to Dr. Franklin, informs him that Monsieur the Comte De ... 2 March 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Quincy I cannot close the packet, without acknowledging the recept of your Letter, and thanking you ... 2 March 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John Jay receu la lettre que vous m'avez fait lhonneur de mecrire a l'honneteté que je vous ... 2 March 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John I have received the letter that you did me the honor to write. Knowing your honesty, I was ... 2 March 1780 Adams, Abigail to Thaxter, John I must attempt a few lines to you (tho very much troubled with whitlows upon my fingers) in ... 3 March 1780 Adams, John to Harvard College Paris, 3 March 1780. LbC (Adams Papers). ... 3 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 3 March 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 299–300). LbC (Adams ... 3 March 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John In a letter from Mr. L of the 16th Feby. I find He was good enough to mention me to You and ... 4 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Samuel This will be delivered to you by Mr. Izard, who goes out in the Alliance, with Mr. Lee, Mr. ... 4 March 1780 Adams, John to Lovell, James This will be deliverd you by Mr. Izard, who I Suppose, will lay open to you many Things ... 4 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, March 4. 1780.. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 303–306). printed: ... 5 March 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I had the honor of receiving your favor of the 27th Ultimo, which gives me much Satisfaction ... 6 March 1780 Adams, John to Moylan, James I have but this Moment received yours of the 28 Ultimo, and am much obligd to you and ... 7 March 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Since my letter of the 3d. a Gazette Extraordinary, has announcd the arrival of dispatches ... 7 March 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail The Post but now arrived will be again on his Way in an Hour; I retire therefore from a ... 8 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Yesterday I went to Court in Company with the American Minister Plenipotentiary, and had the ... 8 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 8 March 1780.. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 311). LbC (Adams ... 8 March 1780 Gordon, William to Dana, Francis You are so united by commission, in mind views and principles, that there is no writing to ... 8 March 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have done myself the Honor of sending You a Copy, of what was written into Holland and ... 10 March 1780 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail I have to thank my Friend Mrs. Adams for a very agreable Letter Received a few days since. I ... 10 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 10 March 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 313–315). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 10 March 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John A packet boat is arrivd from Jamaica which saild from thence the 29th Jany. with accounts of ... 10 March 1780 Watson, Elkanah Jr. to Adams, John Circumstances I flatter my self will plead my Excuse for addressing to you this letter. ... 12 March 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have to acknowledge the Receipt of three excellent Letters—one of the first, the other of ... 12 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel It is an Observation made some Years ago by a great Writer of this Nation de Mably, that the ... 13 March 1780 Adams, Abigail to Gerry, Elbridge Altho this is the first time I ever took up my pen to address you, I do it in perfect ... 13 March 1780 Adams, John to Goësbriand, Chevalier de I have recieved the Letter, which You did me the Honor to write me from Brest, the twenty ... 14 March 1780 Gillon, Alexander to Adams, John I should have had the pleasure of answering your respectfull favour of 20th. past ere now ... 14 March 1780 Adams, John to Sartine, Antoine Raymond Jean Gualbert Gabriel de I have just received from London, the Letters, Extracts of which are inclosed. They may ... 14 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 14 March 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 325–327). printed: ... 14 March 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas I have this Moment received yours of 7th—that of the 3d is not come to hand. I had received ... 14 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 14 March 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 321–324). LbC (Adams ... 15 March 1780 Adams, John to Lee, Arthur Inclosed is a Letter from London: I have recieved another from Mr. Jennings, who says he ... 15 March 1780 Adams, John to Lee, Richard Henry After my last Embarkation for Europe, Your Letter of October the eighth was brought me on ... 15 March 1780 Gardoqui, Joseph & Sons (business) to Adams, John We have in course been honour'd with your much esteemed 25th. Feby. and 1st Instant and are ... 15 March 1780 Lee, Arthur to Adams, John By the bursting of the Lock of one of my trunks on the journey, I was so unfortunate as to ... 15 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have sent you Things from Bilbao, by Captain Babson, and a small present by the M. de la ... 15 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Mr. Brown, whom I left at Passy, when I returned to you, and whom I found here, upon my ... 15 March 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail On Monday Morning I had the Honor to go with his Excellency and Mr. Dana to breakfast with ... 16 March 1780 Adams, John to Warren, James Your Letter of the 13th. of June last, is not answered—not recieved 'till my Arrival here. ... 16 March 1780 Adams, John to Vernon, William Sr. Since my Arrival, here, I have recieved yours of the 17th of December 1778, and 10th of ... 16 March 1780 Adams, John to Lovell, James I have received, Since my Arrival here, your Favour of the Sixteenth of November 1779. I ... 16 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have never answered your Letter of the 8th. of June, that I remember, and there is nothing ... 16 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have not particularly answered your amiable Letter of 10 Decr. Your tender Anxiety ... 16 March 1780 Adams, John to Smith, Isaac Sr. I duly received your Favour of December the 12, and thank you for your Attention to the ... 16 March 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John As a young boy can not apply himself to all those Things and keep a remembrance of them all ... 17 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy I have received your Letter, giving an Account of your Studies for a day. You should have ... 17 March 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Cranch, William As there is a very good opportunity of writing to you by a Gentleman from South carolina who ... 17 March 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I understand the our Enemies have now in contemplation, the offering of some terms to ... 18 March 1780 Adams, John to Warren, James Monsieur Jean Baptiste Petry Secretary to the Comte de Chatelet, a Marshall of the Camps and ... 18 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 18 March, 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 329–332). printed : ... 18 March 1780 Adams, John to Greene, Nathanael Give me Leave, by the Opportunity of the Viscount de Noailles, to take this Method of ... 18 March 1780 Adams, John to Gates, Horatio The Marquis de la Fayettes Brother, the Viscount de Noailles tells me, he should be glad to ... 18 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Samuel This will be sent or delivered by the Viscount de Noailles, a Son of the Duke D'Ayen a ... 18 March 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I Have the Honor of having receivd your Favor of the 12th Instant, which flatters me much in ... 19 March 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I did myself the Honor of answering, by a preceding Post, that part of your obliging Favor ... 19 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 19 March, 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 333–335). printed: ... 19 March 1780 Adams, John to Gerry, Elbridge The British Admiralty sent Orders to Portsmouth the 21st. Feby., for the Departure of a ... 19 March 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas The Convoy, with sixty Sail of Merchantmen from St. Domingo, is arrived safe, which shows ... 20 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 20 March 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 337–338). LbC (Adams ... 20 March 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Quincy Your Letter last evening received from Bilboa relieved me from much anxiety, for having a ... 21 March 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de In the letter which you did me the honour to write me the 24th. of February your Excellency ... 21 March 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William I have just received your Favour from Brussells of the 17th. of this Month, and I thank you ... 21 March 1780 Adams, John to Gillon, Alexander Yesterday I recieved yours of the 14th. which came very safe. I thank You for the News about ... 21 March 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail I most sincerely rejoice with you on the safe Arrival of Mr. Adams in Spain after so short a ... 21 March 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John I yesterday asked Mr. Pechigny if he thought it would do brother Charles any good to begin ... 22 March 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques Mr. Adams sends his sincere compliments to Mr. Genet and thanks him for the British gazettes.... 22 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy I have just now received your Letter, of Yesterday, and am very well pleased with it, ... 22 March 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques Mr. Adams fait mille Complimens sinceres a Monsieur Genet et Remerciamens pour les Gazettes ... 23 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel I have the Honor to inclose the English Papers of the eleventh thirteenth and fourteenth of ... 24 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 24 March 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 353–356). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 24 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Mr. Burke's Bill not being as yet public, we are not yet informed of the Extent of it. But ... 24 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This goes by Colonel Fleury, whom you know, who desires to carry a Letter to you. My three ... 26 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 26 March 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 357–360). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. ... 26 March 1780 Lee, Arthur to Adams, John I have but one moment to thank you, for your favor with one from London enclosd which I ... 27 March 1780 Allen, Jeremiah to Adams, John Some Villain, has reported, and it is almost universally Creditted by the people of this ... 27 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 27 March 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 361–364). ... 28 March 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Mr. Izard goes off, the day after tomorrow, and will carry this, and all the News there is. ... 28 March 1780 Shaw, Elizabeth Smith to Cranch, Mary Smith It is so long since the enclosed was written that I am almost ashamed to send it. However I ... 28 March 1780 Livingston, Muscoe to Adams, John Permit me, late as it is, to congratulate you on your Safe arrival one More to this Country, ... 28 March 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I am obligd to You for a letter the 14th Instant. My writing to You is from the motive of ... 28 March 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I am almost ashamed to acknowledge, after ten days, the receipt of your favor of the 18th, ... 28 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 28 March 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 365–366). ... 29 March 1780 Adams, John to Lovell, James The States of the Province of Friesland, have come to a Resolution, that it was certain that ... 29 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 29 March 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 369–372).LbC (Adams ... 30 March 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have the honour of your Excellency's letter of this day, in answer to mine of the 21st. of ... 30 March 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John Mr. Adams, whom the Congress of the United States of America has appointed to participate in ... 30 March 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John I have received, sir, the letter that you did me the honor to write on the 21st of this ... 30 March 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John Le S. Adams que le Congrès des Etats Unis de l'Amérique a désigné pour assister aux ... 30 March 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John J'ai reçu, Monsieur, la lettre que vous m'avez fait l'honneur de m'écrire le 21 de ce mois. ... 30 March 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I have had the Honor of Receiving yours of the 21st. instant. The Name of the person you ... 30 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, March 30 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 383–384). printed: ... 30 March 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel I have the Honor to inclose to Congress Copies of certain Letters, which I have had the ... 31 March 1780 Adams, John to Lee, Arthur I have recieved your's of the 26th, and that of the 15th. of this Month. I inclose a Copy of ...

April

13 February 1780 — 28 July 1780 Adams, John ... 2 April 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William Your Favour of the 30th. of March, is just come to Hand, and I thank you for it. ... 2 April 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund After Settling a Point or two here, I now think myself at Liberty to inform you, that I have ... 2 April 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John I have Occasion for a Cask of Bordeaux Wine, of the very best Quality, such as You sent Us, ... 2 April 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John I have had particular Reasons, which rendered it my Duty, to say little about my Mission to ... 2 April 1780 Adams, John to Allen, Jeremiah Last night I received yours of the 27 of March from Libourne, which gave me great Pleasure, ... 3 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 3 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 395–400). LbC (Adams ... 3 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 3 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 387–394). printed: ... 4 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 4 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 405–408). printed: ... 4 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 4 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 409–410). printed: ... 4 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 4 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 413–414). LbC (Adams ... 6 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 6 April 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 417–423). ... 6 April 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I have wrote you by Common post the 20th and 28th of last Month, and Capt Cozeneau, whom you ... 6 April 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John You have done me a great deal of Honour, in communicating to me the Object of your ... 6 April 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail There is a great deal of hatred against the Govt. in England as you will see by the song ... 7 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 7 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 425–431) printed: ... 8 April 1780 Cabarrus, B. de, Jeune to Adams, John I have received the letter that your Excellency did me the honor to write of 2 April. I am ... 8 April 1780 Cabarrus, B. de, Jeune to Adams, John Jay reçu la Lettre que Vôtre Excélence m'a fait L'honneur de m'écrire Le 2 du courant. Je ... 8 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 8 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 433–435). printed: ... 8 April 1780 Adams, John to Carmichael, William I have this moment, the Honour of your Letter, from Madrid of the 29 of February as I ... 9 April 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I thank you for your favor of the 2d. instant. The Commission you have is certainly very ... 10 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 10 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 443–446). printed: ... 10 April 1780 Adams, John to Livingston, Muscoe I received your favour of the 28 March, some days ago, and thank you for your kind ... 10 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Duplicate ... 10 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 10 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 441–442). ... 11 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 11 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 447–450). printed: ... 12 April 1780 Lee, Arthur to Adams, John I am obliged to you for yours of the 31st. which I received by Capt. Landais. You will have ... 12 April 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John I am honord with your obliging and interesting favors of the 2 Instant. The arrival of our ... 12 April 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I Congratulate your Excellency, on the Russian Memorial; on its face, it promises much, (as ... 13 April 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William I received yesterday, your favour of the 9. The Vessell you inquire after, is from Baltimore.... 13 April 1780 Adams, John to MacCreery, William I never heard a Word of your Arrival, untill this Day. I sincerely congratulate you upon it, ... 13 April 1780 Adams, John to Cabarrus, B. de, Jeune I have received the Letter, which you did me, the Honour to write to me, the 8th of this ... 14 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 14 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 451–455). printed: ... 14 April 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I am obligd to You for the Book forwarded me by Mr. L–g–n, but unfortunately there is a ... 15 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 15 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 455–461). printed: ... 15 April 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Yours of the 6 and 12 of April are before me. The last received to day. I thank you, sir, ... 15 April 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas Yours of April 6. I have this day received. That of 28 Ultimo received. That of 20th not. ... 15 April 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John By Mr. Guile who is bound to Amsterdam and from thence to France, I embrace this opportunity ... 16 April 1780 Adams, John to Sartine, Antoine Raymond Jean Gualbert Gabriel de I have received the two Letters which your Excellency did me the Honour to write me, on the ... 16 April 1780 Logan, George to Adams, John I arrived safe in London after an agreeable journey of 7 Days. I delivered the paper you ... 17 April 1780 Gerry, Elbridge to Adams, Abigail By the last Post I was honored with your Letter of the 13th March, communicating in ... 17 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Late Letters from Dantzick, imply that Commerce was become very languishing there, for Some ... 18 April 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John Walsingham with 6 Ships of the line, the troops and the W. India fleet pass'd Plimo. the 8th.... 18 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel It is my Duty to transmit to Congress, as soon as Prudence will admit, every Thing which ... 18 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 18 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 467–469). printed: ... 19 April 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I have been informed, that the State of Maryland, have named Mr. Charmichael, Mr. Johnson, ... 19 April 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have only time at present, to beg the favour of you, to procure the inclosed, to be ... 19 April 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Mr. Adams, Mr. Dana, and Mr. Thaxter, who are arrived, at Paris, came from Boston, in the ... 19 April 1780 Adams, John A Pamphlet has been published, in England, under the Title of “a memorial to the Sovereigns ... 20 April 1780 Wilson, James to Adams, John Your Inclination to oblige will excuse the Trouble, which I intend to give you. I was ... 20 April 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund There is a little Pamphlet, which was written by me in the Year 1765, and published at ... 21 April 1780 Gardoqui, Joseph & Sons (business) to Adams, John JA Invoice of One Barrell of Merchandize shippt per the Success Capt. Philip Trash for ... 21 April 1780 Franklin, Benjamin to Adams, John The Letter your Excellency did me the honour of writing to me Yesterday, gives me the first ... 22 April 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund If you think that any thing I sent you lately is improper for publication, I hope you will ... 22 April 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John This day arrived from Baltimore a small Schooner which port she left the 15 March. ... 22 April 1780 Carmichael, William to Adams, John I received with much pleasure your obliging letter of the 8th. Instant and take the earliest ... 22 April 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I Hereby Acknowledge the Honor of receiving from your Excellency your Letters of the 15th, ... 22 April 1780 Johnson, Joshua to Adams, John Inclosed I forward you five American Newspapers which I received last Evening by the Dove ... 23 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 23 April 1780. LbC (Adams Papers). ... 24 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 24 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 495–498). ... 24 April 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have receivd your Excellencys Letter of the 19th Instant, inclosing the Copy of Another of ... 24 April 1780 Adams, John to Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de I have both heard and read So exalted a character of the Eloquence and Integrity of Monsieur ... 25 April 1780 — 10 June 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Sent Apr. 25 a box markd Ɨ A . ... 25 April 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John I am very much obliged by your kind Attention, in your Letter of 22d. April. ... 25 April 1780 Adams, John to Johnson, Joshua I have this Moment, your Favour of 22. of April, inclosing, five American Newspapers. I ... 25 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 25 April 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 500–503). ... 25 April 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I thank you for the intelligence contain'd in your favor of the 13th. and when there are any ... 26 April 1780 Cranch, Richard to Adams, John I have this Moment heard of an Oportunity of writing a line to you by Coll. Tyler of this ... 26 April 1780 Carmichael, William to Adams, John I did myself the honor of writing to you last Post in answer to yours of the 8th of April, ... 26 April 1780 Jay, John to Adams, John I have at Length had the Pleasure of recieving your very friendly Letter of the 22d. Feby. ... 26 April 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Your's of the 22d have just recieved. I wrote You a Line the 22d. Am happy to find that We ... 26 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel At last, even the Morning Post, of the eighteenth of April, confesses, that the Memorial ... 28 April 1780 Adams, John to Gerry, Elbridge Since my Arrival in Europe I have had Reason to be very well Satisfied with my Reception, ... 28 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 28 April 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, I, f. 508–510). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. ... 28 April 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I attend to what you mention by Capt. C. the 15th. Instant, and have in consequence, some ... 28 April 1780 Rush, Benjamin to Adams, John This letter will be handed to you by Dr. John Foulke (a Graduate in our University) a young ... 29 April 1780 Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de to Adams, John Count Sarsfield thinks, that, though in fact it is an injury done to his friendship for Mr. ... 29 April 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John I have the honor to send Mr. Adams a reliable account of the fleet which left Brest at the ... 29 April 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John J'ai l honneur d'envoyer à Monsieur Adams une Notice Sûre des Flottes parties de Brest dans ... 29 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 29 April 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 1–2). LbC (Adams ... 29 April 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 29 April 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 3–5). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 29 April 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William I have the Honour of yours of the 25th. and am in equal pain with you for Charlestown, ... 29 April 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Thank you for yours of 24. The Pamphlet, was printed by Almon, at the Desire of a Mr. Hollis ... 29 April 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques Do you think it worth while to work into your next Article, from London, the following ... 30 April 1780 Adams, John to Watson, Elkanah Jr. Your Letter of the 10th. of March, I recieved but Yesterday. I recollect that General Warren ... 30 April 1780 Adams, John to Williams, Jonathan I have, this day recieved your favour of the 25th., which gave me the first Intimation I had ... 30 April 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail That a Nation once distinguished in the Annals of Mankind, should by the Pride, Avarice, ...

May

13 February 1780 — 28 July 1780 Adams, John ... 25 April 1780 — 10 June 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Sent Apr. 25 a box markd Ɨ A . ... 1 May 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Last week arrived at Boston the Marquis de la Fayette to the universal joy of all who know ... 1 May 1780 Fleury, François Louis Teissèdre de to Adams, John I expected for writting to you, that I could tell, the wind serves, we sail to Morrow for ... 2 May 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John I am this day honord with your favor of the 25th. The post of this day from Rochfort brings ... 2 May 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have receivd your Excellencys Letters of the 22d and 26th of last Month, I find myself ... 2 May 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John You will have read, before this can reach you, the Gazette account of the Chas. Town ... 2 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, In this letter, which Congress received on 19 Feb. 1781, John Adams included an ... 2 May 1780 Johnson, Joshua to Adams, John I am duly honord with your very polite and Freindly favour of the 25th. Ultimo for which I ... 3 May 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Having just heard of a Small Brig bound directly from Nantes to Boston, I write you, one ... 3 May 1780 Adams, John to Allen, Jeremiah I yesterday received yours of 28. Ultimo. Thank you for the Information of the Brig bound to ... 3 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I had, two days ago the Honour to inclose to the Minister a Boston Gazette of 21 February, ... 3 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 3 May 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 15–17). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 3 May 1780 Adams, John to Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de I have the Honour of your Billet and thank you for the Pains you have taken, to procure me ... 4 May 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John Although for some time I have had neither the honor nor the pleasure of inquiring after your ... 4 May 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John Quoyque depuis bien du temps je n aye pas eu l'honneur ny le plaisir de vous demander des ... 4 May 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, John The Bearer Mr. Mease is Brother to the late Cloathier General and is intimately connected ... 5 May 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail By your Uncles Letter of 26 feb., he could not hear of any Letters from me by Trash. I ... 5 May 1780 Gerry, Elbridge to Adams, John It gave me great Pleasure to learn by Your Letter of the 11th. Decr.that You had safely ... 5 May 1780 Watson, Elkanah Jr. to Adams, John Yesterday I was honour'd with an answer to my Epistle; for which permit me Sir with ... 5 May 1780 Bowens, Francis to Adams, John A Gentleman in London, who corresponds with you sometimes, writes me, 28 April that he had, ... 6 May 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John The Spirritted resolves of the Dutch alters the Face of the War. Russia and Holland with the ... 6 May 1780 Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de to Adams, John Not for your Sake but for mine I make use of the english language when I do my Self the ... 6 May 1780 Adams, John to Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de J'ai reçu, Monsieur, la lettre que vous m'avez fait l'honneur de m'ecrire, hier. Je vous ... 6 May 1780 Adams, John to Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de Yesterday I received, sir, the letter that you did me the honor to write. I thank you ... 7 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I thank you for the Loan of the inclosed Paper. I think there is room to hope that Clinton ... 7 May 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I yesterday received your Excellencys Letter of the 30th of last Month, inclosing Advice, ... 7 May 1780 Lee, Richard Henry to Adams, John I should have paid my respects to you before now had I known where to have directed my ... 8 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 8 May 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 31–33). (LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 8 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 8 May 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 27–30). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams Papers).... 8 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 8 May 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 19–22). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams Papers).... 8 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 8 May 1780. RC(PCC, No. 84, II, f. 23–26). LbC in John Thaxter's hand(Adams Papers). ... 8 May 1780 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John I now put a letter of introduction into the hand of a son, who agreeable to your polite and ... 9 May 1780 Kemtenstrauss, M. de to Adams, John A society of well-to-do men has formed a plan to establish a colony in the United States of ... 9 May 1780 Kemtenstrauss, M. de to Adams, John Une Societé de Gens aises a formé le Déssein d'établir une Colonie Dans les Etats Unis de ... 9 May 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John I have the honor to send you enclosed a London Evening Post of 6 May, but I must ask you to ... 9 May 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John J'ai l honneur de vous envoyer ci joint un Lond. Ev. post du 6. que je vous prie de me ... 9 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel I have the Honour to inclose to Congress, Proposals for a general Pacification, by the Dean ... 9 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I thank you for your Note of yesterday and the Papers inclosed. The Proposals for a general ... 10 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I have communicated your Invitation to Commodore Jones. He will go to Versailles a Sunday, ... 10 May 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I have had the pleasure of receiving your favor of the 29th. Ultimo, since which the Enemy ... 10 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 10 May 1780. RC(PCC, No. 84, II, f. 39–40). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. Amer. ... 10 May 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John I must thank you, sir, for the various communications you have been kind enough to send me. ... 10 May 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John Je vous dois des remerciemens, Monsieur, pour les differentes communications que vous avez ... 11 May 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John We would be most unhappy not to see the young gentlemen Sunday. It is a day made for them ... 11 May 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John Nous serions bien fachés, Monsieur de ne pas avoir dimanche the young gentlemen. C'est un ... 11 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 11 May 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 43–45). printed: Wharton, ... 11 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I have just recieved your Card of the 10th. I agree with You that the Dean's propositions ... 12 May 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Mr. Austin has at last arrived—he dined with me, Yesterday and today. He has been taken, and ... 12 May 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The inclosed Dialogue in the Shades was written by Mr. Edmund Jennings now residing at ... 12 May 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail On the 10th. of this Month I had the pleasure of recieving Letters from Hingham dated in ... 12 May 1780 Bowens, Francis to Adams, John I am honourd with your allways respectable Letter of the 5 Instant. The little Box you ... 12 May 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have received the letter which you did me the honor to write me on the 10th. of this month.... 12 May 1780 Adams, John to Carmichael, William I had, two days ago the favour of yours without a date, and thank you for the History of Sir ... 13 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 13 May 1780. RC(PCC, No. 84, II, f. 47–49). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 13 May 1780 Adams, John to Jay, John I had two days ago the pleasure of yours of the 26th. of April, and am very happy, to have ... 13 May 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas I have to acknowledge, one of 14 Ap. and one 2d. May. The Parcells, have not yet seen nor ... 13 May 1780 Gardoqui, Joseph & Sons (business) to Adams, John Last night arriv'd safe the Packett Active Capt. Corbin Barnes belonging to the Navy Board ... 14 May 1780 Govett, William to Continental Congress Mr. Adams' Letter of Aug. 3d. was referred to the Board of Treasury on the 20th. to take ... 14 May 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail The inclosed Papers will show you how the Business of Mr. A's Accounts has been ... 14 May 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John Yours of 6 May, from Bourdeaux, I have received. The Negotiations on foot among the maritime ... 14 May 1780 Adams, John to Williams, Jonathan I have received yours of the 9th. I received a Letter signed Jna Williams, as I thought, but ... 15 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques I have engaged a Person in London to send me all the political Pamphlets, as they come out ... 15 May 1780 Adams, John to Jay, John I shall not always stand upon Ceremonies, nor wait for Answers to Letters, because useful ... 15 May 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I am ashamed to acknowledge that yours of 2 and 7th. are yet unanswered. I never read ... 15 May 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I inclose for your Amusement, a Publication, made here within a few days. ... 16 May 1780 Adams, John to Chavagnes, Bidé de I have two agreable friendly Letters from you, unanswered. The last is dated the 4th. I am ... 16 May 1780 Adams, John to Dohrman, Arnold Henri I have recieved the Letter which You did me the Honor of writing to me, the 11th. of April, ... 16 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 16 May 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 51–52). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. Amer. ... 16 May 1780 Gerry, Elbridge to Adams, Abigail I had the pleasure of addressing You on the 17th of April last, since which Congress have ... 16 May 1780 Adams, John to Smith, Isaac Sr. Your kind favor of 26th. Feby. was sent me by Mr. John Hodshon of Amsterdam, whom I shall ... 16 May 1780 Adams, John to Pechigny, M. I have recieved your two favors of the 9th. and 10th. of this Month with the Accounts of my ... 17 May 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John C'est avec le plus grand plaisir que je faciliterai votre correspondance et que j'accepte ... 17 May 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John It is with the greatest pleasure that I will forward your correspondence, and that I accept ... 17 May 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail I was made happy this day by the Receipt of your esteemed favor of the 2d. of March. ... 17 May 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This day I received yours of the first of March from Bilbao, with the Journals &c.—the ... 17 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques Genl. Conway in his Speech in the House of Commons, on the 6th. of May, affirms that the ... 19 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 19 May 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 53– 56). printed: ... 19 May 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have the honor to inclose a few Newspapers, recieved the last Post, from Boston by the Way ... 19 May 1780 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Winslow From the Friendship with which I have long been honourd by your Mamma, and the personal ... 19 May 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail Large Packets are here received from Mr. Adams up to March 4th. His Reception was of the ... 19 May 1780 Tufts, Cotton to Adams, John May 19. It thunderd early this Morning and raind about 7 or 8. About 9 a Darkness came on ... 20 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 20 May 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 57–62). printed: Wharton, ... 20 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques Thanks for this Paper. Ld George Gordon I think will be the Oliver Cromwell, after all. He ... 20 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 20 May 1780. RC partly in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 63– 69). LbC ... 20 May 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John Arrived this morning a Brig from Philadelphia. By her are Letters for Mr. De Vergenne and Le ... 21 May 1780 Chapeaurouge, M. de to Adams, John I went to your residence in the hope of having the honor of seeing you, but unfortunately ... 21 May 1780 Chapeaurouge, M. de to Adams, John Je me suis presenté Chez vous pour avoir l'honneur de vous voir et j'ai eu le malheur de ... 21 May 1780 Adams, John to Dumas, Charles William Frederic His Excellency, Dr. Franklin, lent me the inclosed Letter from Sir Henry Clinton to Lord ... 23 May 1780 Cooper, Samuel to Adams, John The Marquiss de la Fayette did me the Honour to deliver me the Letter you kindly wrote by ... 23 May 1780 Williams, Jonathan to Adams, John I have received your much esteemed Favour of the 14 Instant, and find by it that the Error ... 23 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 23 May 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand with postscript by JA (PCC, No. 84, II, f. ... 23 May 1780 Adams, John to Gerry, Elbridge The Baron de Arundl, desires a Letter of Introduction to some Gentleman in Congress from me, ... 24 May 1780 Adams, Abigail to Lovell, James Your favour of May the Second came last Evening to Hand, and is the only line received from ... 24 May 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John This day I had the Pleasure of yours of the 20th. By the arrival of so many Vessells, at ... 24 May 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John J'ai reçu, Monsieur, les deux lettres que vous m'avez fait l'honneur de m'ecrire les 12. et ... 24 May 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John I had the honor to receive your two letters of the 12th and 19th of this month. I did not ... 25 May 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John I wrote you once before this day—but it is necessary I should write again. After sending my ... 25 May 1780 Adams, John to Lee, Arthur Your kind favour of April 12th. is yet unanswered. With nothing at all to do, I am as busy ... 26 May 1780 Adams, John to Smith, Isaac Sr. I must intreat You to write me, and persuade others to write by every Vessel to Spain and ... 26 May 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I expected when I gave you the last West Inda. accounts the 9th. Instant that my next would ... 26 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 26 May 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 75–77). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. Amer. ... 26 May 1780 Adams, John to Gordon, William I am much obliged to you, for your Letter of the 8 and 11. of March, which is the more ... 26 May 1780 Warren, Winslow to Adams, Abigail I had the honor of receiving your Letter the last Week handed Me by Mr. Cranch; accompanied ... 27 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 27 May 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 78–80). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 27 May 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have enclosed by a former Post an Extraordinary Letter received from London. Your ... 28 May 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques When a great Minister, of an ancient and powerful nation, which has been renowned for its ... 28 May 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 28 May 1780. LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams Papers). Although a letter from John ... 28 May 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John I am honord with your favor of the 14th. my last of the 20th. handed you the inteligence ... 29 May 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have received yours of 22, with the Letter, which I return, unable to comprehend the ... 30 May 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John La Lettre dont vous m'avez honoré en date du 21e. May, m'est très-précieuse, puisqu'elle me ... 30 May 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John The letter with which you have honored me of 21 May is very precious, for it has given me ... 31 May 1780 Continental Congress Resolved That the Establishment of the Salaries of the Honorable John Adams and his ...

June

13 February 1780 — 28 July 1780 Adams, John ... 25 April 1780 — 10 June 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Sent Apr. 25 a box markd Ɨ A . ... 1 June 1780 Pierce, Benjamin to Adams, John To take into consideration the repeated pettitions of the people on board the contintall ... 1 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 1 June 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 82–85). printed:Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. Amer. ... 1 June 1780 Adams, John 1. The Obstinacy, Malice, Revenge, Pride Obstinacy, and Absurdity of the King, and Royal ... 1 June 1780 Adams, John to Genet, Edmé Jacques Rodney himself, it seems did all. He fought and beat six Ships. Pray, why did not the Rest ... 1 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 1 June 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 86–88). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 2 June 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have this day receivd your Excellencys Letter of the 28th. Ultimo, which shall be made the ... 2 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 2 June 1780. LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams Papers) notation by Thaxter: “N B. Nos.... 2 June 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Paris, 1 June 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 90–95). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. Amer. ... 3 June 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I went a few days ago to see the Hotel de Monnoie or the Mint, the Building where all the ... 4 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 4 June 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 98–101). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr. Amer.... 4 June 1780 Jay, John to Adams, John There is a Destinction between Ceremony and Attention which is not always observed tho often ... 5 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 5 June 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 102–105). LbC in John Thaxter's hand (Adams ... 5 June 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have receivd your Excellencys Letters of the 28th and 30th Ultimo, together with that, ... 5 June 1780 Lee, Arthur to Adams, John I am obligd to you for your favor of the 25th. ultimo. The enclosd was an old Letter of the ... 6 June 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John Today I am sending His Excellency Mr. Franklin the third and final issue of the Gazette de ... 6 June 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William I had duely your Favours of 10 May, and another Since Rodneys Account of the Action of the ... 6 June 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Yours of June 2d., I have just now received that of 27. May I duely received and the other ... 6 June 1780 Adams, John to Dumas, Charles William Frederic I thank you, for your Letter in answer to mine of 21. May, and for your kind congratulations ... 6 June 1780 — 7 June 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas Yours of 26 ultimo is before me. That of 9th. have received. I have received the Box of ... 6 June 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John I am honor'd with your Favors of the 24 and 25th. Ultimo. Five years are not sufficient to ... 6 June 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John J'envoie aujourd'hui le troisieme et dernier feuillet à Son Excellence Mr. Franklin, de la ... 7 June 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I threatened you with a great deal of Egotism for the public good. ... 7 June 1780 Adams, John to Johnson, Joshua This moment I am favoured with yours of the 3. Yours of the 2 May, I duely received, and ... 8 June 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John I am very concerned about your health and that of your dear children and Messieurs Dana and ... 8 June 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John My letters of the 9th., 26th., and 29th., ultimo have not, I fear, all got safe to hand; ... 8 June 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John Je suis fort inquiet de votre santé, de celle de vos chers enfants de mrs. Dena et taxter, ... 9 June 1780 Cranch, Richard to Adams, John The Bearer Mr. John Leverett has just now inform'd me that he is bound to Holland and ... 9 June 1780 Adams, John to UNKNOWN Governor Pownal, on the 24 of May in the House of Commons, made a Motion for Leave to bring ... 10 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 10 June 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 106–117). LbC (Adams ... 10 June 1780 Adams, John to Pierce, Benjamin I have received your Letter of June the 1st. I am very Sorry for the Discontent uneasinesses ... 10 June 1780 Adams, John to Kemtenstrauss, M. de I Yesterday, received the Letter which you did me the Honour to write me, on the 9/5 1780. ... 10 June 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John I am this moment honoured with yours of the 6. I am now able to inform you, that the Wine is ... 10 June 1780 Adams, John to Williams, Jonathan I have received yours of 23 of May, and I thank you for the Newspaper it contained. I have ... 10 June 1780 Gardoqui, Joseph & Sons (business) to Adams, John Your very much esteemed favours 14th. and 25th. Ultimo came duely to hand, in reply to which ... 10 June 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have only Time to Acknowledge the Receipt your Excellencys Letters of the 6th. and 7th. of ... 11 June 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have recieved with great pleasure yours of the 5th. I have certainly seen those extremes ... 11 June 1780 Adams, Abigail to Lovell, James Your repeated favours of May 14, May 19 and 30 together with one bearing no date merrit my ... 12 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 12 June 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 118–123). printed: ... 12 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 12 June 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 126–131). printed: ... 13 June 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John The Palles which I thought had saild a fortnight ago, still lies at Newbury Port, and gives ... 13 June 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail I will not omit to acknowledge by this Post the Receipt of your Letter of the 24th. Ulto. ... 13 June 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John Le Sincere interêt que vous m'avés inspiré, joint au désir de prouver une vraie Satisfaction ... 13 June 1780 Genet, Edmé Jacques to Adams, John I am motivated in taking the liberty to write this letter by the sincere interest you have ... 14 June 1780 Landais, Pierre to Adams, John I think it my duty to inform you that I have wrote several Letters to his Excellency Dr. ... 14 June 1780 Lee, Arthur to Adams, John By the enclosed copy of a Letter I have sent Capt. Jones you will see that the dispute ... 14 June 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I am indebted to you for your favor of the 6th. The American vessels lately arriv'd in ... 15 June 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John La lettre que vous m'avez fait lhonneur de m ecrire, et que jay receu deux jours aprés mon ... 15 June 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John The letter that you did me the honor to write, and which I received two days after I arrived ... 16 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel I have lately obtained a Sight of a Number of Pamphlets, published in London, which are ... 16 June 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have just recieved a Letter from Nantes brought in a Ship from New London. ... 16 June 1780 Chaumont, Jacques Donatien, Leray de to Rayneval, Joseph Mathias Gérard de J'ay eu unne Conversation assez interessante avec M. Adams pour que Son Excellence M. Le ... 16 June 1780 Chaumont, Jacques Donatien, Leray de to Rayneval, Joseph Mathias Gérard de I have had a conversation with Mr. Adams that is of sufficient interest that it should be ... 17 June 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I yesterday received a Letter of 26 April from Brother Cranch, for which I thank him and ... 17 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel The Writer on the Consequences of American Independence, Subjoins a Comparison between the ... 17 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel ... 17 June 1780 Chaumont, Jacques Donatien, Leray de to Rayneval, Joseph Mathias Gérard de Account of a conversation that I had with Mr. Adams the day before yesterday. ... 17 June 1780 Chaumont, Jacques Donatien, Leray de to Rayneval, Joseph Mathias Gérard de Relation d'unne Conversation que J'ay en avant hier avec M. Adams. ... 18 June 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail About a fortnight since Mr. Hutchinson, formerly Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, dropped ... 18 June 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John Your Excellencys finds by the London Papers, that the expected Tumults are begun—they are ... 20 June 1780 Adams, John The United States of America in Congress assembled. ... 20 June 1780 Rayneval, Joseph Mathias Gérard de to Adams, John Mr. Adams would give great pleasure to Mr. de Rayneval if he would inform him if he knows an ... 20 June 1780 Rayneval, Joseph Mathias Gérard de to Adams, John Monsieur Adams feroit trés-grand plaisir à M. de Rayneval de lui mander s'il connoit une ... 20 June 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John Inclosed we take the liberty to lay before you a letter we lately wrote to Doc. Franklin ... 20 June 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have just now received Some Newspapers and Journals, which I think it my Duty to inclose ... 20 June 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de Last Evening I received the Letter, an Extract of which I have the honour to inclose. It is ... 20 June 1780 Adams, John to Landais, Pierre I came this moment from the Post office, where I have been to give a Receipt for a Letter ... 20 June 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I last night received a Letter from a Member of Congress, which informs me, that Congress ... 21 June 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John I have received, sir, the letter that you did me the honor to write on the 16th of this ... 21 June 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John J'ai reçu, Monsieur, la lettre que vous m'avez fait l'honneur de m'écrire le 16 de ce mois, ... 22 June 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I have this Day the honour of a Letter from his Excellency the Comte De Vergennes, on the ... 22 June 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have received this day the letter which your Excellency did me the honour to write me on ... 22 June 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I this day acknowledged the Receipt of the Letter which you did me the honor to write me on ... 23 June 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail We are very much affected with the Loss of Charlestown—it seems the most disagreable Affair, ... 24 June 1780 Adams, John to Lovell, James Yours of 4 May is received—it is the first from Philadelphia. Mr. Mease and your Friend ... 24 June 1780 Adams, John to Wilson, James I had two days ago the Pleasure of receiving a Duplicate your Letter of the 20 of April—the ... 24 June 1780 Adams, John to Gerry, Elbridge Your two Letters of the 5th. of May I have recieved with more pleasure than You can imagine. ... 26 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel The Resolutions of Congress of the 18th. of March respecting the paper bills, appeared first ... 26 June 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I have read over all the Papers in the Bundle left with me, numbered to thirty seven. I have ... 26 June 1780 Franklin, Benjamin to Adams, John M. Adams, after having perused the inclosed Papers, is desired to give his Opinion on the ... 28 June 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas Yours of 26 and 29 Ultimo I have received and another with the Court Gazette with the ... 29 June 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I have the honor to inclose a Copy of the letter of the Comte De Vergennes, to me, of the ... 29 June 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel The disputes about the Alliance, have been so critical and disagreable, that Congress will ... 29 June 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Since my letter by Mr. Barnet (who was Capn. and supercargoe of a Ship of Chamonts taken and ... 29 June 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have the Honour of receiving your Excellencys Letter inclosing your Epistle to Mr. Wythe ... 29 June 1780 Adams, John to Jefferson, Thomas Mr. Mazzei, called on me, last Evening, to let me know that he was this morning at three to ... 30 June 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John The loss of Charles Town engages me to lay before you the following Circumstance, Mr. Gillon ... 30 June 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John J'ai reçû, Monsieur, la lettre que vous m'avez fait l'honneur de m'écrire le 22. de ce mois ... 30 June 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John I have received, sir, the letter which you did me the honour to write of the 22d of this ...

July

13 February 1780 — 28 July 1780 Adams, John ... 1 July 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I had this morning the honour of your letter of the Thirtieth of June. ... 1 July 1780 Adams, John to Rush, Benjamin I Yesterday, received your Favour of the 28 of April, the first Since my Arrival by Dr. John ... 1 July 1780 Adams, John to Johnson, Joshua I have just received yours of 27 of June. I have no Sufficient Reason to believe that any ... 2 July 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have the honor to inclose a Boston News Paper of the first of May, containing an Account ... 3 July 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John Your kind Letters of the 17th. 20th. of June as well as that of 20th of May, are unanswered. ... 4 July 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund After spending the day very happily with a Number of our Countrymen in Commemoration of our ... 5 July 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund In the 116 page of the inclosed Mercury, you will find the Strictures upon Lord G. Germaines ... 5 July 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Your favour of April 6th reachd me to day per favour Mr. Williams, and is the only one I ... 6 July 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 6 July 1780. Dupl, both text and signature in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f.... 7 July 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John I received, yesterday yours of 30 of June. As to taking the ships, for the United States, I ... 7 July 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 7 July 1780. Dupl, both text and signature in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f.... 7 July 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 7 July 1780. Dupl, both text and signature in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f.... 8 July 1780 — 14 July 1780 Adams, John to Pownall, Thomas A Pamphlet has been published in England, under the Title of “A Memorial to the Sovereigns ... 8 July 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I have been prevented by indisposition, otherwise shou'd have had the honor of writing to ... 8 July 1780 Lynch, Mark to Adams, John I have the favor to acquaint you that pursuant to the directions of Philip Mazzei Esqr. I ... 9 July 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I had the Honor of receiving yesterday Your Excellency Letters of the 4th and 5th of this ... 10 July 1780 Adams, Samuel to Adams, John I wrote to you several Times when I was at Boston, and receivd your Favor by the Marquis de ... 11 July 1780 Houston, William Churchill to Adams, John The principal military Event which has taken Place for some considerable Time past, is the ... 11 July 1780 Warren, James to Adams, John My last Letters went by my Son Winslow who left this place about three weeks ago for ... 12 July 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I put on board a vessel which saild yesterday, the Books mentiond in the margin. I thought ... 13 July 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de By the Treaty of Alliance of the sixth of February 1778, his Majesty and the United States ... 13 July 1780 Addenet, M. to Adams, John La premiere feuille de ma traduction est bien avancée, et dès que j'aurai La Suite je ne ... 13 July 1780 Addenet, M. to Adams, John The first portion of my translation is well advanced and as soon as I have the rest I will ... 13 July 1780 Rush, Benjamin to Adams, John The reduction—I will not say loss of Charlestown has produced a new Era in the politicks of ... 14 July 1780 Adams, John I Have not till lately obtained a sight of a number of Pamphlets, ascribed indeed to Mr. ... 14 July 1780 Adams, John Every American will agree with the writer on the consequence of American Independence, that ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John The Writer on the Consequences of American Independence adds, “the British Islands in the ... 14 July 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail Your favour of June 13th. reached me this Morning. I will endeavour to write intelligibly in ... 14 July 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 14 July 1780. Dupl, both text and signature in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, ... 14 July 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Have just received yours of the 9th and I thank you. ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John To illustrate his argument on the Consequences of American Independence, the Writer ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John The writer on the consequences of American independency proceeds, “It has been asserted, ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John An uniformity of laws and religion, united with a subordination to the same supreme ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John Let us proceed with our cool meditations. The author says, “Another argument much relied on ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John The American Refugees, in England, are so great an obstacle in the way of peace, that it ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John The Cool Thoughts go on. “Timber of every kind, iron, salt-petre, tar, pitch, turpentine, ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John IF “we receive from the West India Islands certain commodities necessary to manufactures,” ... 14 July 1780 — 22 July 1780 Adams, John The writer, on the consequences of American Independence says that “France has long ... 15 July 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have receivd your Excellencys Translation into plain English of the Memorial to the ... 15 July 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 15 July 1780. Dupl, both text and signature in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, ... 15 July 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris, 15 July 1780. Dupl, both text and signature in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, ... 15 July 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Paris,15 July 1780. Dupl, both text and signature in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f.... 16 July 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I had just retired to my Chamber and taken up my pen to congratulate you upon the arrival of ... 17 July 1780 Hartley, David to Adams, John Enclosed I send you a copy of a conciliatory bill which I moved in Parliament on the 27th of ... 17 July 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de In your Excellency's letter to me of the Twenty Fourth of February last, I was honored with ... 17 July 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Since my letter of the 12th. We have no arrivals from Ama., or any thing new but what will ... 17 July 1780 Jay, John to Adams, John On the 4 June last I had the Pleasure of writing you a Letter acknowledging the Reciept of ... 18 July 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have just received yours of 15th. Mr. Gridleys News, was I suppose only The Fruit of the ... 18 July 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have just received the Court Gazette with Clintons Proclamations. ... 19 July 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Paris, 19 July 1780. RC in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 201–206). printed: ... 19 July 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Paris, 19 July 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 207–209). printed : ... 19 July 1780 Warren, James to Adams, John Haveing Already wrote you pretty largely by Capt. Samson, this is only to Inform you that ... 20 July 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John I have received, sir, the letter that you did me the honor to write on the 13th of this ... 20 July 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John J'ai reçu, Monsieur, la lettre que vous m'avez fait l'honneur de m'écrire le 13. de ce mois. ... 20 July 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William Yours of the 8th I received in due Course of Post. The Letter from Clinton, arrived first at ... 21 July 1780 Adams, Abigail to Thaxter, John Your agreable favour of March 15 reachd me yesterday. I most sincerely thank you for every ... 21 July 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have receiv'd the letter you did me the honor to write me yesterday; and am extreamly ... 21 July 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have had the Honour of receiving your Excellencys Letter of the 14th Instant: in Answer to ... 22 July 1780 Adams, John Before We dismiss these cool Thoughts it may not be amiss to Subjoin a few Reflections, upon ... 22 July 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Paris, 22 July 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 211–218). printed: ... 22 July 1780 Gordon, William to Adams, John The beginning of March I forwarded to You and friend Dana a joint letter, which I hope if ... 22 July 1780 Massachusetts General Court to Adams, John This Government the last Winter appointed Jonathan Loring Austin Esq. their Agent to repair ... 22 July 1780 Vernon, William Sr. to Adams, John Yesterday I had the pleasure of receiveing yours of the 16th. March last forwarded from Rhd. ... 22 July 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, Charles I must write you a few lines by this opportunity, altho tis a long time since I had the ... 23 July 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress I have been amused sometime with dark and unintelligible hints in Letters from London of ... 24 July 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Your affectionate Letter by the Count de Noailles reachd me but yesterday, together with ... 24 July 1780 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John You Will doubtless hear from several quarters of the arrival of admiral Greavess squadron ... 25 July 1780 Tufts, Cotton to Adams, John My Letter of the 1st. of May last gave You some Account of the Proceedings of the ... 25 July 1780 — 30 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy a e A. b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, ... 25 July 1780 Adams, John Quincy At about eleven o clock took leave of all my Schoolmates, and went to Paris, with an ... 25 July 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John I have received, sir, the letter that you did me the honor to write on the 17th of this ... 25 July 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John Letter written to the Comte de Vergennes by Mr. Adams, 17 July 1780Observations on Mr. ... 25 July 1780 Cooper, Samuel to Adams, John I have but a Moment to write by the Mars, a Vessel belonging to this State, the Voyage ... 25 July 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John J'ai recu, Monsieur, la lettre que vous m'avez fait l'honneur de m'écrire le 17 de ce mois. ... 25 July 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John Lettre écrite à M. le Cte. de Vergennes par M. Adams, le 17 Juillet 1780Observations sur la ... 26 July 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de I have recieved the letter which your Excellency did me the honor to write me the twenty ... 26 July 1780 Adams, John Quincy Prepared everything for the journey. In the afternoon pappa went to Dr. Franklin's for a ... 27 July 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John ... 27 July 1780 Adams, John Quincy Stevens went to the lewtenants of the Police for a passport to go out of the kingdom. He ... 27 July 1780 Adams, John Setting off on a Journey, with my two Sons to Amsterdam. —Lodged at Compiegne. Fryday night, ... 27 July 1780 Adams, John to Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de Since my Letter of the Twenty first; and upon reading over again your Excellency's Letter to ... 28 July 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John A Vessel from N York to Liverpoole which saild the 24th. June, brings advice that Clinton ... 28 July 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John My concern for you, Messrs. Dana and Thaxter, and your dear children leads me to have the ... 28 July 1780 Chavagnes, Bidé de to Adams, John Occupé de vous, de mrs. Dena, taxter, de vos chers enfants et de tout cequi vous interesse ... 28 July 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we got up at about 5 o clock. We breakfasted upon tea and the Horses being come ... 29 July 1780 Adams, John Quincy This Morning we got up at about 7 o clock and at about half after seven we set away from ... 29 July 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John I have received, sir, the letter which you did me the honor to write on the 27th of this ... 29 July 1780 Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de to Adams, John J'ai reçû, Monsieur, la lettre que vous m'avez fait l'honneur de m'écrire le 27. de ce mois. ... 30 July 1780 Adams, John Quincy This Morning Pappa went out and at about half after one came home with Mr. Jennings who ... 30 July 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Since your Arrival in Europe I have been favoured with your several Despatches of the 11. ... 30 July 1780 Addenet, M. to Adams, John Despite all my diligence, I am only now finishing the translation that I have the honor to ... 30 July 1780 Addenet, M. to Adams, John Malgré toute ma diligence je ne fais que d'achever la traduction que j'ai L'honneur de vous ... 30 July 1780 Adams, John Went to the Cathedral Church. A great Feast. An infinite Crowd. The Church more splendidly ... 31 July 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John Mr. Appleton sets off to morrow for Holland, and I shall deliver this enclosing a copy of a ... 31 July 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa went to Mr. Jennings's lodgings but he was not at home. At about half ...

August

25 July 1780 — 30 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy a e A. b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, ... 1 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at about half after ten Mr. Jennings came here and at about half after eleven ... 1 August 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John I have just received four letters from Nantes, one from Mr. Johnson, two from Mr. Williams, ... 2 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This Morning my Brother Charles went to find Mr. Bordly but he was not at home. Charles and ... 3 August 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John I have the pleasure to inform you that a courier from the republic's plenipotentiaries at St.... 3 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Mr. Jennings came and at about nine o clock he took leave of us and we set out ... 3 August 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John J'ai la Satisfaction de pouvoir vous informer, qu'il est arrivé un Courier des ... 4 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we set away at about 5 o clock. We went about two leagues on the pavements and ... 5 August 1780 Adams, John Lodged at the Mareschall De Turenne. Dined with Mr. Dubblemets. Went to see the Statue of ... 5 August 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have followed your Excellence to this Town in hopes of seeing you before your departure. I ... 5 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa brother Charles and myself went to see a Gentleman for whom Pappa had ... 6 August 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Your Letter from Antwerp, of the 5th. which I received last night by Mr. Douglas, was very ... 6 August 1780 Adams, John Went to the English Presbyterian Church, and heard a sensible sermon, the mode of Worship ... 6 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy At about 8 o clock got up and at about half after nine Pappa brother Charles and myself went ... 7 August 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John Having receivd a Letter from Nantes, datd the 29th Ultimo, I followed your Excellency to ... 7 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we got up at about 7 o clock and at about half after eight we set away from our ... 7 August 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John Since Mr. Appleton left Us, the inclosed Letters came to hand with a packet of Newspapers as ... 8 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Mr. Dumas came and we went with him about the town. The description is in the ... 9 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Mr. Dumas came and went with Pappa to the French Ambassadors lodgings. After ... 10 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we got up breakfasted and went down to Go away in the Nine o clock boat. When ... 11 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we got up and breakfasted. After breakfast Pappa went to the premiere bible to ... 12 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning a Gentleman whose name is du Bois came here to see Pappa. He stay'd some time ... 13 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Mr. Deneufville came and My Pappa, Commodore Gillon, Mr. Holdenpyl, Captn. ... 14 August 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas I had not till This afternoon, your Favour of the third of this month. I am greatly obliged ... 14 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa went out and at about 10 o clock came back. At about 1 o clock Commodore ... 14 August 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress On the twenty seventh of July. I set out from Paris on a Journey to Amsterdam. I left Mr. ... 14 August 1780 Hartley, David to Adams, John I take the liberty to introduce to your acquaintance my friend and relation Mr. Saml. ... 15 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at about 9 o clock Commodore Gillon came here with two other Gentlemen. At ... 16 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa went out and came back again at about eleven o clock. At about two o ... 17 August 1780 Cranch, Richard to Adams, Abigail The Alliance arriv'd yesterday after a Passage of about 36 Days. I went this Morning to see ... 17 August 1780 Adams, John to Dana, Francis I have received your Letter of the 1. of this month and the Packetts you Sent with it, by Mr.... 17 August 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I never was more amuzed with political Speculations, than Since my Arrival in this country. ... 17 August 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas I am lodged at Mr. Henry Schorns in this City, to which place you may direct your Letters, ... 17 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa went out with Mr. Deneufvilles son and stay'd some time. At about one o ... 18 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Mr. Deneufville's son came here with his father's carriage and at about ten o ... 18 August 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John Since I had the honor of writing You last, nothing material has occurred excepting the ... 19 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa, brother Charles, and myself went to a booksellers shop where we bought a ... 19 August 1780 Mazzei, Philip to Adams, John The inclosed, which you will be so Kind as to peruse, seal, and send to its destination, ... 19 August 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John I did not expect yesterday when Mr. Thaxter wrote you, that I shou'd have been able to have ... 20 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Commodore Gillon came here at about nine o clock and We all went to a ... 20 August 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John Mr. Jenings having gone out of Town, has left in my care a packet for you that came to him ... 21 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Commodore Gillon came here and went out with Pappa to take a Walk and did not ... 21 August 1780 Smith, Isaac Sr. to Adams, John I received your favor of the 16 March sometime Ago. The fleet and Army are still att Rd. ... 21 August 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail I have the pleasure of informing You, that Mr. Dana this day recieved a letter from Mr. ... 21 August 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John Quincy Your favor from Brussells was duly recieved, and ought to have been acknowledged before this.... 22 August 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Amsterdam, 22 Aug. 1780. RC (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 241–244). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. Corr.... 22 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa went out to take a walk and did not come back till about three quarters ... 22 August 1780 Adams, John to Luzac, Jean At a Time, when the English Emmissaries are filling all Europe with their confidant ... 23 August 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I have just now received yours of 20. Please to Send the Packet along here to me, chez Mr. ... 23 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy Pappa went out in the morning and came home and dined at home. Our Master comes every ... 23 August 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The Errand of Mr. Cumberland to Madrid, is a mere finesse of the British Ministry, intended ... 23 August 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I could not omit so favourable an opportunity as the present of writing you a line by Mr. ... 24 August 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress I have only time by this Vessell to inclose the declarations of Sweeden and Denmark; but the ... 24 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This day at about half after twelve PM. Commodore Gillon came here and went into the country ... 24 August 1780 Dalton, Tristram to Adams, John This week honor'd me with Your kind favors of 23d Febry.last, for which acknowledge myself ... 24 August 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I wrote you a few lines on the 18th and 22d Instants chiefly to inform you the news of those ... 25 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at about half after ten o clock Mr. Leroi came to our lodgings and then went ... 25 August 1780 Rush, Benjamin to Adams, John Behold the fruits of the french Alliance! Our young men no longer look upon Great Britain as ... 25 August 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Since I wrote you the 22d (by a friend Mr. S. H——l——y) nothing material has transpird and ... 26 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at about eight o clock Mr. Le Roi came here and went with Pappa, brother ... 27 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning at about half after seven o clock Mr. Le Roi came to our lodgings and at about ... 27 August 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John As you desire in yours of the 23. I now send you the Packet and least the English mail ... 27 August 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John I have been made very happy by the letters you forwarded to me. I presume you must have been ... 28 August 1780 Adams, John Heeren Graagt, by de Veisel Straagt. Burgomaster Hooft, D.Z. ... 28 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa went out to take a walk and did not get back till about half after one o ... 28 August 1780 Gridley, Joseph to Adams, John Mr. Adams's Compliments to Mr. Gridley, and desires to know whether there is in Print, ... 28 August 1780 Gridley, Joseph to Adams, John There is a very compleat Survey of the Gulph of the River Saint Lawrence, done by Capt. ... 29 August 1780 Adams, John 30 Wednesday. Mr. Vanberckle ... 29 August 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I am much obligd to you for a letter and some news papers by a friend. I have not yet seen ... 29 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Mr. Le Roi came here and also Mr. Guild. Mr. Guild dined here and drank tea ... 30 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning Pappa went out and came back again with Mr. Le Roi. Pappa dined out. Charles ... 30 August 1780 Adams, John School op de Cingel. ... 30 August 1780 Adams, John to Dana, Francis I have received yours of 19. I have your Form of the Constitution and Some News Papers, none ... 31 August 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John I have the honor to return to you the enclosed papers, which you were kind enough to send ... 31 August 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we got up and I asked the names of all the scholars who board here. They are as ... 31 August 1780 Calkoen, Hendrik to Adams, John I am Sorry that the time does not permit my reflecting any longer, upon the Subject in ... 31 August 1780 Calkoen, Hendrik to Adams, John Het spijt mij, dat ik niet langer mijne gedagten over het bewúste onderwerp kan laaten gaan. ... 31 August 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John J'ai l'honneur de vous renvoyer ci-joint les Papiers, que vous aviez eu la bonté de nous ...

September

25 July 1780 — 30 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy a e A. b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, ... 1 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy To day Pappa came here and brought me a letter from Mr. Thaxter. Pappa Says that the news of ... 1 September 1780 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis From your Hospitable Mansion of Benevolence and Friendship, I reachd my own Habitation, the ... 1 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John There is this day a Confirmation of the News of the taking the fleet mentioned in my ... 1 September 1780 Adams, John to Luzac, Jean I have received a Copy of the Constitution of the Massachusetts of which I beg your ... 2 September 1780 Adams, John to Dana, Francis Yours of 27 Ultimo came to hand last night. Mr. Bradford informs me that he Sent to Paris by ... 2 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John By yesterday's post from Nantes Mr. Austin recieved a Letter from Mr. Williams, informing ... 2 September 1780 Neufville, Jean de & Fils (business) to Adams, Abigail May we begg leave to offer our Respects to your Excellency, and to enclose here the list of ... 2 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Half holiday. After School went to Pappa's house. We dined there. After dinner we went to ... 2 September 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William I am much obliged to you, for your care of my Packet which I recieved with your favour of 27 ... 3 September 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John I congratulate you with all my heart on the good news that we have received of the capture ... 3 September 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John Je vous felicite de tout mon coeur de la bonne nouvelle que nous venons de recevoir, de la ... 3 September 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail I have at length an Opportunity by Mr. Brown to forward Bills of Exchange; and I only add ... 3 September 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John By a Vessel of my unkles bound to Bilboa I write you a few lines, and commit them to the ... 3 September 1780 Adams, Abigail to Lovell, James Where is my Friend Mr. Lovell? Can he be an inhabitant of this world and inattentive to a ... 3 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning young Mr. Brants came and stay'd here. At about nine o clock Mr. Deneufville ... 4 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John Quincy I had the pleasure of your agreeable favour of the 31st. of August this day, and am much ... 4 September 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have ordered the Things you desired for yourself and Mr. Tufts by Captain Edward Davis in ... 4 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning got up at about 7 o clock dressed and breakfasted. After breakfast Pappa wrote ... 4 September 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Amsterdam, 4 Sept. 1780. RC (MdHi: Gilmor Papers). ... 4 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John I was this day honoured with your favour of the 30th. of last Month. ... 5 September 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress As Eloquence is cultivated with more Care in free Republicks, than in other Governments, it ... 5 September 1780 Adams, John to Luzac, Jean Inclosed is an Abridgment of a Pamphlet, published in London last Winter. I beg your ... 5 September 1780 Adams, John to Dumas, Charles William Frederic I have this moment the Pleasure of yours of the 3d instant, and I thank you for your kind ... 5 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy As I have nothing else to write for to day I will translate from the Guide D'Amsterdam ... 6 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Half Holiday. At about ten o clock Mr. Le Roi came here and invited us to go and dine with ... 7 September 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John I received successively the Massachusetts Constitution, the three American papers, and the ... 7 September 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John J'ai bien reçu successivement la Constitution de Massachusett's, les trois Feuilles ... 7 September 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, John Your many Letters to Congress up to June 2d. have been read with Pleasure and I have ... 7 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Holiday for the first Class, but not for the rest of the School. ... 8 September 1780 Cooper, Samuel to Adams, John Being Just inform'd of an opportunity of writing to you by the Way of Bilboa, I snatch my ... 8 September 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John I had the pleasure of your's of the 30th. of last month, on the 4th. instant but my eyes ... 8 September 1780 Johonnot, Gabriel to Adams, John I Received your letter by the Frigate Alliance bearing date the 23d. Feby. last, Inclosing ... 8 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Nothing very remarkable to day. ... 9 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Half Holiday. At about twelve o clock Stevens came here for us, as we were going we met our ... 9 September 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John Just as I had finished the above yours of the 2d. came to hand. The packet mentioned by Mr. ... 10 September 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I have received your favor of the 2d. and thank you for the American Intelligence; indeed in ... 10 September 1780 Lee, Arthur to Adams, John I have but one moment to tell you, that I left Mrs. Adams your Children, General and Mrs. ... 10 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning we got up at about 8 o clock and at about half after 9 Mr. Crommelin, and his ... 11 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Half Holiday for the school. This morning at about 9 o clock we left Pappa and went to ... 12 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Received two lettone a Letter from Mr. Thaxter. Nothing remarkable this day. ... 12 September 1780 Adams, John to Dana, Francis This will be delivered you by Mr. Samuel Hartley, who is recommended to me by Mr. Digges and ... 12 September 1780 Adams, John to Hartley, David I am obliged to you for a Letter of the 14th of August, which was this day delivered me, by ... 13 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Half Holiday. To day at about twelve o clock we went to Pappa's lodgings and went from ... 14 September 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John I have finished reading the pamphlet, about which you asked my opinion. The style is ... 14 September 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John Honoré de la vôtre du 5e. Je suis parfaitement d'accord avec vous sur la justesse de la ... 14 September 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John I am honored by your letter of the 5th, and wholly agree with you on the appropriateness of ... 14 September 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John On my Arrival in Town from Spa and Aix La Chapelle, where I staid longer than I intended to ... 14 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Rain'd in the afternoon but clear'd up at night. ... 14 September 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John Je viens d'achever la lecture de la Brochure, au sujet de laquelle vous avez bien voulu ... 15 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Nothing Remarkable to day. ... 15 September 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I wish you to write me, by every Opportunity to this Place, as well as to France. It seems ... 15 September 1780 Adams, John to Luzac, Jean I have just now received yours of the 14. and I wish I had Time to write you a Sheet or two ... 15 September 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John We are all so very busy in Election bustles that hardly anything political is talked of. The ... 16 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Half Holiday. Today about 1 o clock brother Charles and I came to Pappa's lodgings where we ... 16 September 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress I have the Honour to send by this Opportunity, a few Pamphlets and Papers. The Pamphlets ... 16 September 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John I am this moment arrived in Town, much fatigued, and as it is so late, you will excuse my ... 17 September 1780 Adams, John to Houston, William Churchill Last night Mr. Dana arrived here, from Paris and brought me your Favour of the 11. of July. ... 17 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John I was honoured with your favour of the eighth Instant on the fifteenth. ... 17 September 1780 Adams, Abigail to Lovell, James I was much gratified at again receiving a few lines from you, tho very Laconick. ... 17 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning My brother Charles and myself went to the first bible to see Mr. Dana and Mr. ... 18 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Went back to the school. Nothing remarkable to day. ... 19 September 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The day before yesterday, Mr. Dana arrived here from Paris with the dispatches which came by ... 19 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy I received a letter from one of my schoolmates at Paris. ... 19 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John This Evening Capt. Simeon Sampson of the State Ship Mars of 20 Guns arrived here, and ... 19 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail A few days since I had the honor of a letter from Mr. A., who I have the pleasure to inform ... 20 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy This day I went to Pappa's to day. Got back to the school at eight oclock P.M. Nothing ... 20 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, Abigail I had the honor yesterday of a most excellent letter under the signature of Portia dated ... 20 September 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Samuel Your Favour of the 10th. of July, is received. Mr. Searle, who is yet at Paris, I hope to ... 20 September 1780 Adams, John to Cooper, Samuel Yours of May 23, I received but 3 days ago, and am happy to find so agreable an Intercourse ... 20 September 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel Your Excellencys Letter of 12 July, I have received and thank you, sir, for recommending ... 20 September 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John A Servant of the De Neufvilles going to Amsterdam early in the morning gives me an ... 20 September 1780 Adams, John to Rush, Benjamin Yours of 13 July I have received. Your Account of the Resurrection of the Spirit of 65 and ... 20 September 1780 Adams, John to Lovell, James Yours of 10 July is before me. Mr. Searle and every other Gentleman that you recommend to ... 21 September 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William Your favour of the 10th. is just come to Hand yet unanswered. I am fully of your opinion, ... 21 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Holiday for the school. At about half after twelve brother Charles and myself went to ... 22 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Vacancies for three weeks begins this day. To day I went with all the scholars to see the ... 22 September 1780 Adams, John to Vollenhoven, Jan van A Stranger, having particular Occasion to Speak with the Broker, who, Some time Since, ... 23 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Went to Pappa's house, stay'd there till about half after eight O clock and then we went ... 23 September 1780 Adams, John to Thaxter, John Last Night I had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 17th. After reflecting a little upon ... 23 September 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John The inclosed Letter has this moment been delivered by Mr. Celesia. I have thought it my duty ... 23 September 1780 Adams, John to Searle, James I received, by the Hand of Mr. Dana, the Letters and Dispatches, which you brought for me, ... 23 September 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have received your Favour, written after your Return from Spa and am very glad you had so ... 24 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy This morning I went to Pappa's to go to meeting with him. We Went first to Mr. Dana's but he ... 24 September 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Since the Receipt of the Dispatches, by the Honourable Mr. Searle I have been uninteruptedly ... 25 September 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas The People on your Side, Seem determined to revenge themselves for the Loss of their Power, ... 25 September 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress There are Persons, in this Republick, who have been Attentive to this War, and who know ... 25 September 1780 Blomberg, Hendrik van to Adams, John Messrs. van Vollenhoven, not with standing all the credit they have for the United States of ... 25 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Dined at Pappa's with several American Gentlemen. Supp'd at Mr. Le Roi's. Got back to School ... 25 September 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The new Orders I have received from your side the Water, have determined me to stay here ... 26 September 1780 Blomberg, Hendrik van to Adams, John I Waited Yesterday for a Second him time on Messr. Van Vollenhoven after the recpt of your ... 26 September 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John My Friend Mr. B—— will give you the news by the Cartel I some time ago mentiond to you to ... 26 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Dined and supp'd at Mr. Le Roi's. Went to see the fair. Got back to School at about ten ... 27 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Dined at Pappa's house. Went to see the fair. Got back to School at about 9 o clock. ... 27 September 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John Vous faisant des remercîmens très-sincères des la communication, que vous avez eu la bonté ... 27 September 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have just this Moment receivd your Excellencys Letter of the 23d. Instant, it Honors and ... 27 September 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John Our sincere thanks for your kindness in sending us several interesting documents. I have the ... 28 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Dined at Pappa's house. Got back to school at about half after eight o clock. ... 28 September 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Amsterdam, 28 Sept. 1780. Dupl (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 273–276). printed: Wharton, ed., Dipl. ... 28 September 1780 Lee, Arthur to Adams, John Having come here to converse with the worthy Governor, an opportunity of his Dispatch is ... 29 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Rain'd hard all day. Dined at Mr. Le Roi's with Pappa, Commodore Gillon Captain Joyner, Mr. ... 29 September 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin Mr. Samuel Andrews, formerly of Boston lately of Demarara, is going to Paris upon Business, ... 29 September 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I hope my letter of the 26 By Mr. H——y B——m——d and a parcell of Books will get safe to your ... 29 September 1780 Mylius, Anthony to Adams, John Mr. Mylius's Compliments to the Honourable Sir Adams, Whereas Mr. van Blomberg is out of the ... 29 September 1780 Mylius, Anthony to Adams, John ... 30 September 1780 Adams, John Quincy Dined at Pappa's. Got back to school at about half after eight o clock. Nothing Remarkable ...

October

1 October 1780 Bicker, Hendrik to Adams, John Je suis bien mortifié de voir que la Visitte que vous avés été faire a mon insinúation n'a ... 1 October 1780 Bicker, Hendrik to Adams, John I am much chagrined to hear that the visit you made at my suggestion was not more successful.... 2 October 1780 Franklin, Benjamin to Adams, John By all our late Advices from America the Hopes you expressed that our Countrymen, instead of ... 2 October 1780 Adams, John to Tracy, Nathaniel In more than one Letter from Mrs. Adams, she has mentioned to me, your obliging Kindness to ... 2 October 1780 Adams, John to Jackson, Jonathan I have long had it in contemplation to pay my Respects to you, but a wandering Life and ... 2 October 1780 Adams, John to Gardoqui, Joseph, & Sons (business) It is a long Time Since I had the pleasure to Address you, or receive any of your Favours. I ... 3 October 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I am sorry to inform You that Mr. Heny. Lawrens and two other Amn. Gentlemen Prisoners in ... 4 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik You desire an exact and authentic Information of the present Situation of American Affairs, ... 4 October 1780 Adams, John to Dumas, Charles William Frederic I have just received your Favour of the 3d, and thank you for the early Information of the ... 5 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Your first Proposition is to prove by Striking Facts, “that an implacable Hatred and ... 5 October 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Amsterdam, 5 Oct. 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 277–280). printed: ... 5 October 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Amsterdam, 5 Oct. 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 281–282). printed: ... 5 October 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I was very happy to find by your favor of the 21st. Ultimo that Mr. S. Adams still continues ... 6 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Your Third Proposition is to shew that America, notwithstanding the War, daily increases in ... 6 October 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Amsterdam, 6 Oct. 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 285–287). printed: ... 6 October 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I am thankful for your late favor and shall send you the Books desird by first opportunity. ... 6 October 1780 Fleury, François Louis Teissèdre de to Adams, Abigail I had the honor of forwarding to you two months ago, some Letters of your husband, deliver'd ... 7 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Your fourth Question is, whether America, in and of itself, by means of purchasing or ... 7 October 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William The Bearer of this is a young Virginian, Mr. Bowdoin, who has been sometime here and has a ... 7 October 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Mr. Bowdoin, a gentleman of Virginia, is passing through Brussells in his Way to France. He ... 8 October 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John My unkle who is very attentive to acquaint me with every opportunity of conveyance, last ... 8 October 1780 Franklin, Benjamin to Adams, John I received the letter you did me the Honour of writing to me by Mr. Andrews, and shall ... 9 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik The fifth Enquiry is, whether a voluntary Revolt of any one or more of the States, in the ... 9 October 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John I reached Leide in the Scout at 6. o Clock, and finding it impossible from thence to get to ... 10 October 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Since my letter of the 6th there has been no material incident relative to Mr. H. L——s ... 10 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Your seventh Inquiry is, whether the common People in America, are not inclined, nor would ... 10 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik The sixth Task, is to shew that no Person, in America, is of so much Influence, Power, or ... 11 October 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Amsterdam, 11 Oct. 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 289–304). printed: ... 12 October 1780 Warren, James to Adams, John My last two or three Letters were by Capt. Samson, who if he has not Shared the ill fate of ... 13 October 1780 Wigglesworth, Edward to Adams, Abigail I am directed by the Corporation to advise you, that the Hon. Mr. Adams, in his Letter ... 13 October 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Samuel This Letter is intended to go, by Monsieur Le Veillard, a Young Gentleman bound to America, ... 14 October 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas Yours of 6 and 10 are received. Upon what Principle is it, that they confine Mr. L. as a ... 14 October 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin The Extracts of Letters You was so good as to send me, have been inserted in the Papers, and ... 14 October 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Repeated Letters from London, confirm the Account of Mr. Laurens's being confined to the ... 15 October 1780 Adams, John to Luzac, Jean I have only, Time, at present to request of you, to let me know whether, “the Pamphlet” is ... 15 October 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I closed a long Letter to you only two days ago and sent it to Cales, but as no opportunity ... 16 October 1780 Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der to Adams, John Aiant appris que le Congress vous a muni des memes pouvoirs qu'Il avoit confié au Collonel ... 16 October 1780 Bishop, John to Adams, Abigail I received yours of the 14th. ultmo., should not have defer'd answering it so long had I ... 16 October 1780 Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der to Adams, John Having learned that Congress has given you the same powers it had given Colonel Laurens, ... 16 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik The eighth Enquiry is, what England properly ought to do, to force America to Submission, ... 16 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik The ninth question is, how Strong the English Land Force, is in America? How Strong it was ... 16 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik The Tenth Head of Inquiry is, how great is the Force of America? the Number of Men? their ... 17 October 1780 Johonnot, Samuel Cooper to Adams, John I have found a little Inconvenience in having nobody here on the Spot, that I could call my ... 17 October 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John It was not until the 14th Instant that any person Whatever was permitted to see Mr. Laurens ... 17 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Your eleventh Question, will give an Opportunity of making Some Observations upon a Subject, ... 17 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik We are now come to your Twelfth Head of Inquiry, which is. What Countenance have the ... 17 October 1780 Cerisier, Antoine Marie to Adams, John I was an ardent partisan of the noble cause of America, only on account of my great love for ... 18 October 1780 Continental Congress to Adams, John Congress took into consideration the report of the committee on the letters of 23 and 24 ... 18 October 1780 Adams, John to Verheyk, H. Mr. Adams presents his Compliments to the Rector and the Preceptor, and acquaints them that ... 18 October 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John The vessel by which I mean to send this is bound for Amsterdam and had very nigh given me ... 18 October 1780 Barbé-Marbois, François de to Adams, John Je viens de recevoir la Lettre que vous m'aves fait l'honneur de m'écrire le 1. du mois de ... 18 October 1780 Barbé-Marbois, François de to Adams, John I have received the letter that you did me the honor of writing on 1 March. Since then, I ... 19 October 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John Upon returning home, I found the letter that you honored me with of last Monday. Please ... 19 October 1780 Gordon, William to Adams, John O! human nature, what are thou! When one of the most noted Republicans cannot be consistent; ... 19 October 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John Returning the day before yesterday from Boulogne, I had the Honor of receiving your ... 19 October 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John De retour d'une absence de chez moi j'ai trouvé la Lettre, dont vous m'avez honoré en date ... 19 October 1780 Mazzei, Philip to Adams, John I shall make no apology for troubling you, Sir, as you have been so Kind as to grant me that ... 20 October 1780 Wild, Bartholomé to Adams, John Your friend, Mr. Ceresier, asked me to send you some political pamphlets on current affairs, ... 20 October 1780 Wild, Bartholomé to Adams, John Vôtre ami Mr: Cerisier m'a dit de vous envoyer quelque brochure pollitiques Sur les affaires ... 20 October 1780 Franklin, Benjamin to Adams, John Understanding that in Case of Mr. Laurens's Absence, you are charged with the Affair of ... 20 October 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John The close confinement of our friend and the denyal of all visits, the use of pen, ink and ... 20 October 1780 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail A Promiss made to my son to spend a week with our Friends at Braintree is readily Caught at ... 22 October 1780 Adams, John to Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der I have this day recieved the Letter, which You did me the Honour to write me on the ... 23 October 1780 Adams, John to Cerisier, Antoine Marie I have received the Letter which you did me the Honour to write me on the 17th. and I thank ... 23 October 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund Your excellent Letter of the nineteenth I have recieved. ... 23 October 1780 Rush, Benjamin to Adams, John The discovery of Arnold's treachery, and the new Bennington Affair in the South, have given ... 23 October 1780 Austin, Jonathan Loring to Adams, John I was duly honored with your Favor of the 2d Instant. Mr. Thaxter having left Paris, I ... 24 October 1780 Adams, John to Johonnot, Samuel Cooper I have just recieved your letter of the Seventeenth of October, and am obliged to you for ... 24 October 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I have this moment the Honour of your Letter of the twentyeth of this Month and it is, as ... 24 October 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel I have recieved several Letters from London, concerning Mr. Laurens. It is certain that he ... 26 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Your thirteenth Letter Inquiry is, “Of what Resources might America hereafter Still make Use ... 26 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik The fourteenth Question is “What is the Quantity of Paper Money in Circulation? What Credit, ... 26 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Your fifteenth Quaere is “Does not the English Army, lay out its Pay, in America? at how ... 26 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik The Sixteenth, Inquiry is, “Who looses most by desertion? Do the English and German ... 26 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Question 18. Does Sufficient Tranquility, Contentment and Prosperity reign, in those Places ... 26 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Question 19. Is not Peace very much longed for in America? might not this desire of Peace ... 26 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Question 20. Has there not been different opinions in Congress, with Regard to this, (i.e. ... 26 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik The Seventeenth, Inquiry is “whether We have any Information that we can rely on, concerning ... 27 October 1780 Adams, John to Huntington, Samuel It seems to be now certain, that Some of Mr. Laurens Papers were taken with him. There have ... 27 October 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Your last is of the 25 Sepr. Mr. W.S.C. lately got the annexd note—it is Sent for your ... 27 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Question 28. Has America gained or lost, by the mutual Capture of ships? How much is the ... 27 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Question 27. How was the Situation of Manufactures, manual Art and Trade in general, at the ... 27 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Question 25. Do they who have lost their Possessions and Fortunes by the War, endure it ... 27 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Questions 22. and 23. General Monk repaired the Kings Government in England. Might not one ... 27 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik Question 21st. Are there no Malcontents in America? against the Government, who are ... 27 October 1780 Adams, John to Calkoen, Hendrik I believe you will be pleased when I tell you that We are now come to the 29th. and last ... 28 October 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas Give me Leave to trouble you, to Send me two Newspapers, the General Advertiser and the ... 28 October 1780 Bondfield, John to Adams, John A fever that confind me to my Bed from the 15th Augt. to 20 Sept. and and absence in the ... 28 October 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, John I shall endeavor to write largely to you, en Ami, but I will not risque the Sailing of the ... 28 October 1780 Continental Congress to Adams, John Resolved, That the Honble. John Adams be and hereby is authorised and instructed to accept ... 31 October 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The British Ministry, by the terrible Examples of the Rioters, have So intimidated the ... 31 October 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John We have not the least news from the Westward more than the publick papers will announce, but ...

November

1 November 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John Although I have had the honor to write to you since the favor of your letter of the 4th, I ... 1 November 1780 Sayre, Stephen to Adams, John I make no Apology for troubling you with a Letter, because your Excellency must know me by ... 1 November 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I have the Honor of receiving your Excellencys Letter of the 23d Ultimo, acknowledging the ... 1 November 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John Quoique j'aie eu l'honneur de vous écrire depuis la faveur de votre Lettre du 4e., je dois ... 3 November 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I have received your line with an inclosure the 24th. ultimo, wrote to the partys, and am ... 3 November 1780 Adams, John to Grand, Henry I have recieved your favor of Octr. 13th and thank You for your Care in sending the Letters. ... 4 November 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin Mr. De Neufville, this morning brought to me, a number of Bills of Exchange, drawn upon Mr. ... 6 November 1780 Adams, John to Hendrik, Bicker Mr. Blomberg is so ill, that he cannot Speak, upon Business, which obliges me, to beg the ... 7 November 1780 Bicker, Hendrik to Adams, John Je suis bien aise que vous aiés eú un Entrevue avec Monsieur Bouwens, mais mortifié que son ... 7 November 1780 Bicker, Hendrik to Adams, John I am glad that you were able to meet with Mr. Bouwens, but mortified that his broker, ... 7 November 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John Vous aurez pu voir par le Supplément de la Gazette de Leide de ce jour, que je vous ai ... 7 November 1780 Dumas, Charles William Frederic to Adams, John You will have seen from today's supplement to the Gazette de Leyde that I followed your ... 7 November 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have recieved yours of the first. Will You be so good as to explain to me, what is meant ... 7 November 1780 Adams, John to Bouwens, Daniël Jan I waited on Mr. Blomberg yesterday, but found him to ill to speak upon Business: I must ... 7 November 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas Yours of the 24. 27 and 31. Ultimo came altogether last night. The Note in that of 27 is of ... 9 November 1780 Adams, John to Dumas, Charles William Frederic I have the Honour of yours of the 7. Inclosed are a few more Extracts, concerning the ... 10 November 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Nothing material occurring, I did not write you on the last post day. Things were then in a ... 10 November 1780 Verheyk, H. to Adams, John La Desobeissance et L'impertinence de Monsieur votre Fils ainé, qui fait de son mieux pour ... 10 November 1780 Adams, John to Verheyk, H. I have this moment received, with Surprise and Grief, your Billet. ... 11 November 1780 Bicker, Hendrik to Adams, John Monsieur, Les Courtiers ten Kate du temps que j'etais dans les Affaires ont eu l'entree ... 11 November 1780 Bicker, Hendrik to Adams, John The brokers Ten Kate, had free entry at my house when I was in business. I think them ... 12 November 1780 Gillon, Alexander to Adams, John A Fever having confind me to my lodgings some days, debar'd me of the pleasure of waiting on ... 12 November 1780 Adams, John to Gillon, Alexander I have received the Letter which you did me the Honour to write me the 12 of Novr. ... 13 November 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John 26 yards of Dutch bed tick ... 13 November 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John How long is the space since I heard from my dear absent Friends? Most feelingly do I ... 13 November 1780 Adams, John to Austin, Jonathan Loring I have received your Letter, and very Sorry you have found So little Success in your affair ... 13 November 1780 Franklin, Benjamin to Adams, John I am honour'd by your Excellency's Letter of the 4th Instant, relating to the Bills drawn on ... 14 November 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John J'ai été bien fâché d'avoir vu trainer si longtems l'impression de la Brochure en question, ... 14 November 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John I am very sorry that the publication of the pamphlet has been so long delayed, first by the ... 14 November 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Your favors of the 28th ultimo and 7th Instant came both to hand since mine of the 10th and ... 15 November 1780 Cerisier, Antoine Marie to Adams, John Comme vous connaissiez l'ardeur et la Sincérité de mes sentimens pour la cause de la ... 15 November 1780 Cerisier, Antoine Marie to Adams, John Since you know the ardor and sincerity of my feelings for the cause of liberty, you can ... 15 November 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John A severe attack of a dangerous dysentery, a sick Family ever since Mr. Searle left us, and ... 15 November 1780 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John I put a Letter of Introduction into the Hand of a son who has since unfortunately been made ... 16 November 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress On the 10th of this month, Sir Joseph York, presented to the States General, the following ... 17 November 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I acknowlegd the Receipt of yours the 28th Octo. and 7th Instant in my last letter of the ... 17 November 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress From the Time, of the Arrival of my Commission, I have been constantly employed in forming ... 18 November 1780 Adams, John to Cerisier, Antoine Marie I have recieved the letter which You were so good as to write me on the 15th. of this Month. ... 19 November 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William I am honoured with yours of the 15 and congratulate you on your Recovery, and that of your ... 19 November 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas The Bundle by Mr. Bromfield I received, and one or two Parcells since. Yesterday I received ... 20 November 1780 Smith, William (1755-1816) to Adams, Abigail Cap. Davis arrived here last Thursday, by him Mr. Adams had sent a number of Letters, and ... 20 November 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John Your Excellencys Letter of the 7th Instant came duly to Hand. ... 20 November 1780 Adams, John to Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der I have the honour to inclose, a Smal Pamphlet lately published, which in this critical ... 20 November 1780 Adams, John to Luzac, Jean I have received your obliging Letter and a dozen Copies of the “Pensees.” I am much obliged ... 22 November 1780 Warren, James to Adams, John Two days ago I received your favour of the 18th. March, without ever hearing before of, or ... 22 November 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I understood from seeing a letter lately from Paris there had appeard at a Dutch Bankers in ... 24 November 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin The Letter which your Excellency did me the Honour to write me on the thirteenth is ... 24 November 1780 Grand, Henry to Adams, John After the receit of the Letter you honoured Me with the 3rd of this Month I immediately ... 24 November 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John J'ai l'honneur de vous envoyer ci-joint encore deux Exemplaires sur du Papier à écrire des ... 24 November 1780 Luzac, Jean to Adams, John I have the honor to enclose two more copies of the Pensées. I am not including more because ... 25 November 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The Prince was ill advised, when he undertook, what he was not obliged to do, in producing ... 25 November 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress It is now certain that the States General, have by a Plurality of five Provinces determined ... 27 November 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas I have received yours of the 17. with its Inclosure and that of the 22d.—and thank you for ... 27 November 1780 Tufts, Cotton to Adams, John I wrote to You last March also in June, the former by Capt. McNeil who had the Misfortune to ... 27 November 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail The enclosed is from no new Admirer. But it will not be less wellcome on that Score to a ... 28 November 1780 Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der to Adams, John J'étois Sur le point de Vous écrire lorsque je me vis honoré de votre Lettre du 20 du ... 28 November 1780 Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der to Adams, John I was on the verge of writing you when I had the honor of receiving your letter of the 20th ... 29 November 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I am honor'd with your favor of the 19th. and am happy to hear that you and your Sons have ... 30 November 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I have already accepted Bills drawn upon Mr. Laurens, to the Amount of Thirty four Thousand ... 30 November 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I was duly honoured with your Excellency's Letter of the eighth of October by Mr. Searle. ... 30 November 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The State of Parties in this Republick is still critical. Many anonymous Pamphlets appear on ... 30 November 1780 Adams, John to Luzac, Jean Your kind Favour of the 24 with the two elegant Copies of the Pensees I have received, with ... 30 November 1780 Franklin, Benjamin to Adams, John I have had a severe Fit of the Gout which has confined me six Weeks; but it is now going ... 30 November 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I did myself the Honor of writing to your Excellency the 20th of this Month and inclosing ...

December

1 December 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I thank You for your favour of the 20th. of November. ... 1 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Amsterdam, 1 Dec. 1780. Dupl in John Thaxter's hand (PCC, No. 84, II, f. 321–324). LbC ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Bondfield, John I have received your Favour of 28 of Octr. and am very glad to hear of your Recovery from ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Cooper, Samuel I have received your very agreable Letter of the 8th of September. ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin I congratulate you, on the Return of your Health and thank you for the Extract from Dr. ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I thank you, for yours of 30 Nov. I return the two Letters from Mr. L. I had the Honour of ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Lee, Arthur I have received your Favour of September 10th and am very glad to hear of your Visit to ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Lee, Arthur Yours from Lebanon 28 Sept. is just come to hand. I wish the Mass. happy in their Governor. ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Lee, William Yours of the 29th. Ultimo is before me. Arnold's Apostacy shews the Necessity of nipping ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Sayre, Stephen I received the Letter, which you did me the Honour to write me on the 21 of October, but a ... 6 December 1780 Adams, John to Smith, Isaac Sr. Your Favours of August 21. and Sept. 9. I have received and am much obliged to you for them. ... 7 December 1780 Adams, John to Franklin, William Temple I duly recieved your favour of the 6th of November, and ought to have acknowledged it before.... 7 December 1780 Adams, John to Lovell, James I am this Moment finishing the Year, Since my last Arrival in Europe. And the dullest Year, ... 8 December 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John Yours of the 17 with an inclosure to JT, as well as one of the 27th both got safe which was ... 8 December 1780 Adams, Abigail to Thaxter, John I have been all impatience for several Months looking and longing to hear from abroad. From ... 9 December 1780 Adams, John to Cooper, Samuel I wrote to you and Coll. Johonnot a few days ago, but have Since found a Letter, from you of ... 9 December 1780 Adams, John to Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der I have received the Letter, which you did me the Honour to write me, on the 28. Ultimo. The ... 9 December 1780 Adams, John to Warren, James Your Favours of July 11. and 19. are before me. They were received at Paris in my Absence ... 9 December 1780 Adams, John to Warren, Mercy Otis It is not long Since I received your Favour of the 24 of July—and a wandering unsettled ... 9 December 1780 Adams, John to Tufts, Cotton Your Favour of July 25th was received in Paris in my Absence, and I have never had ... 12 December 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, John In Addition to other Papers respecting your Ministration I now forward an Act of Congress of ... 12 December 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, John Congress took into Consideration the Report of the Committee on the Letter of June 26th. ... 12 December 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John All your favours to the 27 ultimo and particularly that with a disagreeable inclosure came ... 13 December 1780 Waterhouse, Benjamin to Adams, John It so happened that I could not see the persons of whom I wished to enquire concerning the ... 13 December 1780 Dana, Francis to Adams, John As Mr. Brush on his way to Amsterdam has just come into this Inn, I shall attempt to give ... 14 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress I am every day accepting the Bills of Exchange, which were drawn upon Mr. Laurens: but I ... 14 December 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, John In my Letter of the 9th. I mentioned the Receipt of yours to the President of June 26. I ... 15 December 1780 Grand, Henry to Adams, John I have been honoured with your's 7th. instant, Serving to inform me that in case Messrs. ... 16 December 1780 Adams, John Charles William Frederick Dumas, personally appeared before Us and took the Oath of ... 17 December 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John I have the honor of your favor of the 6th. instant and perfectly agree with you that ... 17 December 1780 Adams, John to Digges, Thomas I regularly recieve the Newspapers, but have not recieved the Books or Pamphlets of any kind.... 18 December 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have received your Favour of the 11. The Inclosures I have packed with my Dispatches, and ... 18 December 1780 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have this morning sent Mr. Thaxter, with my two Sons to Leyden, there to take up their ... 18 December 1780 President of Congress to Adams, John You will receive herewith enclosed, a Duplicate of my Letter of the 30th of July, with a ... 18 December 1780 McKean, Thomas to Adams, John My letter of November 8th. 1779 by John Lowell Esquire in answer to your favor of the 20th. ... 18 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress War is to a Dutchman the greatest of Evils. Sir Joseph Yorke is so sensible of this, that he ... 19 December 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John We arrived here last Evening at six oClock. This Morning We have a Sky and Air truly in the ... 19 December 1780 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail As you are entitled to a Wife's Portion of Mr. A's Honors and Satisfactions I inclose for ... 19 December 1780 Warren, James to Adams, John Having wrote you so often and so fully I presume you would readily Excuse me if I omitted ... 20 December 1780 Mandrillon, Joseph to Adams, John Professor Henners in Utrecht has written to inform me that the bookseller Wild has ... 20 December 1780 Mandrillon, Joseph to Adams, John Monsieur Le Professeur Henners à Utrecht vient de m'ecrire que Le libraire Wild a fait ... 20 December 1780 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy You are now at an University, where many of the greatest Men have received their Education. ... 20 December 1780 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy I have just received a Letter from Mr. Thaxter and another from your Brother, and should ... 21 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The Sentiments and Affections of a People, may be learned from many little Circumstances, ... 21 December 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John Mr. Thaxter and brother Charles wrote both to you the day before yesterday and as I had no ... 21 December 1780 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail I should have wrote before according to promiss, but have been prevented the use of my Eyes ... 21 December 1780 Waterhouse, Benjamin to Adams, John I have the satisfaction of informing you that Mr. Thaxter and your Sons are now settled in ... 22 December 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I am thankful for your favor and its inclosure of the 15th Instant. I hope my parcells go ... 22 December 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John I had the Honour of your favour of the 20th this Morning. I am happy to hear that your Eyes ... 22 December 1780 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John I have this day received two letters from you of the 20th. in one of which you say you would ... 23 December 1780 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy Yours of the 22d came to hand this Morning. I shall leave it wholly to Mr. Thaxters ... 23 December 1780 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy I last night received yours of 21st. I have written twice to Mr. Thaxter and inclosed in ... 24 December 1780 Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der to Adams, John I should already have had the pleasure of replying in person to your esteemed letter of the ... 24 December 1780 Capellen tot den Pol, Joan Derk, Baron van der to Adams, John J'aurois deja eu le plaisir de repondre de bouche a votre honnorée du 9 de ce mois Si la ... 25 December 1780 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John How much is comprised in that short sentance? How fondly can I call you mine, bound by every ... 25 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The Dispute between Great Britain and the United Provinces is now wrought up to a Crisis. ... 25 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress It is very difficult to discover, with Certainty the secret springs which actuate the Courts ... 25 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress Affairs are Still in Suspence. This Day being Chrismas and Yesterday a sunday, there was no ... 26 December 1780 Thaxter, John to Adams, John I had the Honour of your favour of the 24th. instant this morning. ... 26 December 1780 Waterhouse, Benjamin to Adams, John I was glad to find by your letter of the 23d. inst. that what we have hitherto done meets ... 26 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The public Papers of this Morning inform Us, that Sir Joseph Yorke left the Hague on the ... 26 December 1780 Digges, Thomas to Adams, John I have had a sight of yours of the 15th, 17, and 18th Instant and am thankful for their ... 27 December 1780 Lee, William to Adams, John Your favor of the 20th came to hand last Post. I have been confidently assured that the ... 28 December 1780 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, John Mr. Warren directed to you only one week since by Capt. Cazneau bound to Amsterdam, ... 28 December 1780 Jenings, Edmund to Adams, John I Had written to your Excellency a long Letter on the State of Affairs, which the Attention, ... 28 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The Dutch say that the English are acting the part of the Sailor, having quarrelled with ... 28 December 1780 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy The Ice is so universal now that I suppose you spend some Time in Skaiting every day. It is ... 29 December 1780 Huntington, Samuel to Adams, John You will herewith receive a commission authorising you to negotiate a treaty of Amity and ... 29 December 1780 Huntington, Samuel to Adams, John Whereas an Intercourse between the Citizens of the United Provinces of the Low Countries and ... 29 December 1780 Continental Congress to Adams, John Plan of a treaty of amity and commerce between the United States of America and the United ... 30 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress The Province of Zealand having been opposed to the other Provinces in so many Instances and ... 31 December 1780 Adams, John to Jenings, Edmund I have the Honour of yours of the 28. We have no Letters or Papers from London later than ... 31 December 1780 Adams, John to President of Congress It will scarcely be believed in Congress, that at a Time when there are the strongest ...