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June 1784 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy There is no Accomplishment, more usefull or reputable, or which conduces more to the ... 1 June 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John Yesterday I received your favour by Dr. Parker, and was very glad to find you pleased with ... 5 June 1784 Shaw, Elizabeth Smith to Cranch, Mary Smith I have the pleasure to inform you of my safely being lodged in our Haverhill Dwelling, last ... 6 June 1784 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy A young Gentleman of 17, must not talk of low Spirits for Small disappointments. He must ... 6 June 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John Last Wednesday Mr. W. Vaughan, got me introduced into the house of Commons, and I was there, ... 6 June 1784 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy Last night I received yours of the 1. with the Letter from your Mother to you, by which it ... 11 June 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John I am so pleased with your Letters, in general, that you may well believe that of the 6. has ... 15 June 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John I this day receiv'd your favour of the 11th. instant and expect to send the Books away, in ... 18 June 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John In my last Letter, I informed you of my intention to set off for the Hague next Wednesday; ... 18 June 1784 Cranch, Richard to Adams, John The Oportunity that now presents of sending this by your most amiable Friend, while it makes ... 18 June 1784 Adams, Abigail to Tufts, Cotton As You have been so kind as to undertake the care of Mr. Adams'es Estate and affairs during ... 20 June 1784 Adams, Abigail to Dana, Elizabeth Ellery Little my Dear Mrs. Dana did I think I should leave America without seeing you, but a slow ... 20 June 1784 Adams, Abigail Embarked on Board the ship Active Capt. Lyde commander, with my daughter and 2 servants for ... 21 June 1784 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy I received your Letter of the 15th. on the 18th. and that of the 18th. this moment, and am ... 22 June 1784 Adams, John Last night at Court one of the Ladies of Honour, told me, that the Supper was given, in a ... 22 June 1784 Dumas, Marie Inventaires, de tout ce qui appartient a son Excellence Monsieur Adams Ecuÿer &c &c. tant, ... 22 June 1784 Dumas, Marie Inventories of everything belonging to his Excellency Mr. Adams, esquire, as well as what I ... 23 June 1784 Adams, Abigail Our ship dirty, ourselves sick. Went upon deck and sent the servants down to clean her up: ... 24 June 1784 Adams, Abigail A fine wind and clear air but the Ship going before the wind rolls sadly. Dr. Clark has been ... 24 June 1784 Dumas, Marie Inventaires de la Batterie de cuisine, selon que je l’ai recue de Monsieur John Thaxter, et ... 24 June 1784 Dumas, Marie Inventory of the kitchen, according to the one I received from Mr. John Thaxter. Mr. Adams ... 26 June 1784 Shaw, Elizabeth Smith to Cranch, Mary Smith Mr. Dodge has just informed me of his design to go to Boston tomorrow, and has kindly ... 27 June 1784 Adams, Abigail I have been so sick that I could not be regular in my journal. We have had two days calm ... 28 June 1784 Adams, Abigail A very dissagreeable Night. Wind at the southard near the Banks of Newfoundland. The morning ...

July

1 July 1784 Adams, Abigail I have not been able to write a line since Monday when a North east Storm came on and held ... 2 July 1784 Adams, Abigail A fine wind and a pleasent day. Our sea sickness has left us in a great measure. Went all of ... 3 July 1784 Tufts, Cotton to Adams, John Since Mrs. Adams's Departure I have revolved within myself, whether you would not have an ... 3 July 1784 Cranch, Richard to Adams, John I wrote you a few Lines by your most amiable Partner who sailed in a Ship commanded by Capt. ... 3 July 1784 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail From the first of April to this time, I have been in constant and anxious Expectation of ... 3 July 1784 Adams, Abigail A fine morning. Rose by six o clock. Went upon deck. None of the Gentlemen up; our Second ... 4 July 1784 Adams, Abigail This is the Anniversary of our Glorious Independance. ... 5 July 1784 Lovell, James to Adams, Abigail Suppose every proper Epithet to occupy these two upper Lines. ... 6 July 1784 — 30 July 1784 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Mary Smith I have been 16 days at sea, and have not attempted to write a single Letter; tis true I have ... 6 July 1784 Adams, Abigail I was not able to write yesterday the wind blew so fresh; and not very fair, so that there ... 7 July 1784 Paine, Eunice to Adams, Abigail It is now the 7th. of July, the 18th. day Since we Saw You Quit our shores to seek a happier ... 8 July 1784 Adams, Abigail If I did not write I should lose the Days of the Weeks. Yesterday a cold wet day. Could not ... 9 July 1784 Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) to Cranch, Elizabeth My Dear Eliza will be one of the first to inquire after the welfare of her friend. Nor shall ... 9 July 1784 Adams, Abigail A fine day; but little wind; have been upon Deck the chief of the Day, engaged in reading ... 10 July 1784 Adams, John May not the Ascent of Vapours be explained, or rather accounted for upon the Principle of ... 10 July 1784 Adams, Abigail to Tyler, Royall As well in compliance with your request, as to gratify my own inclination I take my pen ... 11 July 1784 Adams, Abigail to Shaw, Elizabeth Smith This day 3 weeks I came on Board this Ship; and Heaven be praised, have hietherto had a ... 17 July 1784 Adams, Abigail I have neglected my journal for a week. During that time we have had 3 calm days, some wet ... 18 July 1784 Adams, Abigail This Day about 2 oclock made land. It is almost a Calm, so that we shall gain but little. We ... 19 July 1784 Adams, Abigail A calm. The vessel rolling: the wind freshning towards Night. We hope for a speedy passage ... 20 July 1784 Adams, Abigail Early in the morning a pilot Boat came of to us from Deal. The wind blew very high and the ... 23 July 1784 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John At length Heaven be praised I am with our daughter safely landed upon the British Shore ... 26 July 1784 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Your Letter of the 23d. has made me the happiest Man upon Earth. I am twenty Years younger ... 27 July 1784 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) With the tenderest emotions of a father's heart, I congratulate you on your agreeable ... 28 July 1784 — 30 July 1784 Adams, Abigail to Shaw, Elizabeth Smith I think when I finishd the last page I was rubbing myself up on Board Ship. But this was not ... 30 July 1784 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I was this day made very happy by the arrival of a son in whom I can trace the strongest ... 30 July 1784 Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) to Cranch, Elizabeth This day I was Dining with Mamma at Mrs. Atkinsons in hourly expectation of receiving ... 30 July 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John I was so lucky as to have a passage of 26 hours from Helvoetsluis to Harwich and arrived in ...

August

1 August 1784 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Elizabeth Enclosed is a tasty ribbon for you, I do not mean to forget my other dear cousin, but could ... 1 August 1784 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy I have the Pleasure of yours of July 30. and advise you to purchase the Coach and prepare ... 1 August 1784 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Your favour without a Date, just now received and Mr. Jeffersons Arrival, a Month sooner ... 2 August 1784 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Mary Smith Before Mr. Smith went away I had no opportunity to ask Master John a Question but in company.... 3 August 1784 Adams, John ... 4 August 1784 Adams, John Sett off, for London, had a tedious Passage from Helvoet, of near two days. Obliged to put ... 6 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John We have not received as yet any answer to the letters we wrote you the day I arrived in ... 7 August 1784 Adams, John Arrived at the Adelphi Buildings and met my Wife and Daughter after a seperation of four ... 7 August 1784 Cranch, Mary Smith to Adams, Abigail Long e'er this time I hope my dear Sister and Cousin have sat their Feet upon the British ... 8 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Left London, travelled to Sittingbourne. 43. miles. ... 9 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Monday arrived at Dover and sailed for Calais. ... 10 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday 5. A. M. arrived at Calais, in the afternoon took Post, and went as far as Boulogne, ... 11 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Wednesday went from Boulogne to Amiens. ... 12 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Thursday, from Amiens to Chantilly. ... 12 August 1784 Cranch, Richard to Adams, John After a long Interval, I had Yesterday the great Happiness of receiving your esteemed Favour ... 13 August 1784 Adams, John Arrived at Paris, at the Hotel de York on the . ... 13 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Friday, visited the curiosities at Chantilly. Arrived at Paris. ... 15 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Dined at Mr. Barclay's. ... 16 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Dined at Mr. Hartleys. ... 17 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Moved out to Auteuil. ... 17 August 1784 Adams, John Removed to Auteuil the at the House of the Comte de Rouault, opposite the Conduit. The ... 18 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Coll. Humphreys arrived. ... 19 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Thursday went into Paris shopping. ... 21 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Went to Paris. Gave Gregson a watch to repair. Am to have it again, Wednesday next. ... 22 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Mr. Jefferson and his Daughter, Coll: Humphreys, and Genl. dined with us. ... 24 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday morning. Went to Paris. ... 24 August 1784 Shaw, Elizabeth Smith to Cranch, Mary Smith I thank you, and my Betsy Smith for your kind Care of my dear little sick Girl. She has had ... 25 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Wednesday dined at the Abbé de Chalut's. ... 26 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Went to Gregson's for Watches. He was not at home. ... 27 August 1784 Tyler, Royall to Adams, John I received your Letter of the Third of April, Two Days since. ... 27 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Friday dined with the Abbés at Passi. ... 28 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy We had a large Company to dine with us. ... 30 August 1784 Adams, John Quincy Monday afternoon went into Paris. Subscribed for the Journal de Paris. Drank tea with Mrs. ...

September

1 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Dined at Dr. Franklin's. ... 2 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Thursday morning went into Paris. ... 3 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Mr. and Mrs. Mather, and Mrs. Hay dined with us. Went to the French Comedy and saw le ... 4 September 1784 Adams, Abigail to Quincy, Anna It was not untill yesterday that I had the Honour of your Letter inquireing into the ... 4 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Dined with Mr. Jefferson. Went to the Italian Comedy in the Evening; had la fausse magie, ... 4 September 1784 Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) to Cranch, Elizabeth Here my Dear Eliza is your friend placed in a little village two or three miles from Paris, ... 4 September 1784 Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) to Cranch, Lucy Will you not think me very unmindfull of you my Dear Lucy that I have not ere this, written ... 5 September 1784 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Mary Smith It is now the 5th of September, and I have been at this place more than a fortnight, but I ... 5 September 1784 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Elizabeth I am situated at a small desk in an appartment about 2 thirds as large as your own little ... 5 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Sunday dined at Mr. Grand's at Passy. Went after dinner to the Chateau de la Muette and saw ... 5 September 1784 Adams, John to Tufts, Cotton I am here, happily Settled with my Family and I feel more at home, than I have ever done in ... 5 September 1784 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Lucy I promised to write to you from the Hague, but your uncles unexpected arrival at London ... 5 September 1784 Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) to Warren, Mercy Otis I should have availed myself, Madam, of your permission to write you, ere this, had an ... 5 September 1784 Adams, Abigail to Warren, Mercy Otis Although I have not yet written to you, be assured Madam, you have been the subject of some ... 5 September 1784 Adams, Abigail to Tyler, Royall I have scarcly toucht a pen since I came from London nor have I written a single Letter to a ... 6 September 1784 Adams, John to Tufts, Cotton Know all Men by these Presents, that I John Adams of Braintree in the County of Suffolk in ... 6 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Monday Mr. Tracy dined with us. ... 7 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Dined at Mr. Tracy's and went in the evening to see la métromanie, and Crispin Rival de son ... 8 September 1784 Adams, Abigail to Tufts, Cotton To a Gentleman I so much respect, and esteem, I am ashamed to write only a few hasty lines, ... 10 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Friday went into Paris in the afternoon. ... 11 September 1784 Adams, John to Franklin, Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Adams present their Compliments to Dr. Franklin and hope to have the Honour of ... 11 September 1784 Adams, John Quincy Had Company to dine with us. ... 26 September 1784 Cranch, Elizabeth to Adams, Abigail The last evening we were all made happy by the reciept of Letters from you and Cousin ... 29 September 1784 Palmer, Joseph to Adams, Abigail I heartily rejoice to hear of Your safe arrival; pray make My best respects acceptable to Mr.... 30 September 1784 Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) to Cranch, Elizabeth Your letter N 2. Eliza, I was so happy as to receive a day or two ago. I searched my ...

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December

1 December 1784 Tufts, Cotton to Adams, Abigail Your letter from Autueil near Paris of Sept. 8 gave me great Pleasure as it assured me of ... 3 December 1784 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Elizabeth I had my dear Girl such an obligeing visit from you last Night, and such sweet communion ... 3 December 1784 Adams, Abigail to Franklin, Benjamin Mrs. Adams'es Respectfull Compliments to Dr. Franklin, is much obliged to him for the oil ... 5 December 1784 Shaw, Elizabeth Smith to Adams, Abigail I have not seen your Letter to Sister Cranch as yet, and cannot tell how you like your ... 6 December 1784 Cranch, Mary Smith to Adams, Abigail I yet do not know that you have receiv'd one of the many Letters I have sent you but hope ... 9 December 1784 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Mary Smith Your Letter by way of Amsterdam had a quick passage and was matter of great pleasure ... 10 December 1784 Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) to Cranch, Elizabeth You can judge of my impatience my Dear Cousin, the last week when we heard from Mr. Storer ... 12 December 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Cranch, Mary Smith My Mamma has desired me, My dear Aunt, to give a Copy of a few cursory minutes, that I took ... 14 December 1784 Adams, Abigail to Shaw, Elizabeth Smith I know your good will to have written to me if you had been able. It gives me pain to hear ... 14 December 1784 Adams, John Quincy to Cranch, William I have been so much taken up these four or five days, in copying both for my Pappa and ... 17 December 1784 Hay, Katherine Farnham to Adams, Abigail Permit me My Dear Madam to express my warmest gratitude for your kind attention, in ...