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Adams, John (1735-1826, designated as JA in The Adams Papers):

Health and Illnesses

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DJA01
DJA04
LJA01
LJA02
104
LJA03
213

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recovery from 1781 illness31

seriously ill with fevers11

AFC06

comments on health8

AFC06
29

general health of8

AFC06
437

influenza7

AFC04
324
PJA13

suffers eyestrain7

AFC05
AFC06

rumor of his being poisoned in New York6

family concerns over health5

AFC05

good air and5

PJA13

mission's demands and5

nearness to death5

PJA12

“nervous Fever”5

PJA13

poor health of5

PJA12

walks for health5

AFC05
439
AFC06

horseback riding sustains4

AFC04

illness4

recovers at Auteuil4

AFC05

severe nervous fever (1781)4

Thaxter informs correspondents of JA's illness4

thinks Paris fever cures earlier ill health4

AFC05

bad air and3

PJA13

“I have been, to the very gate of the other Mansion. My Feet had well nigh Stumbled on the dark mountains”3

PJA12
21
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ix

prevents from writing3

PJA13

receives “freedom of Amsterdam”3

PJA12

scurvy3

AFC05
PJA13
125

anxiety and2

PJA13

as excuse to move to The Hague2

PJA12

brain allegedly effected by 1781 illness2

PJA13
64
65

eye trouble2

AFC04
37
45

goes to England to recover health2

AFC05

inoculated with smallpox2

AFC01
AFC02
109

“loaded constantly with a Cold”2

AFC02

“My Eyes are somewhat troublesome”2

AFC02

recuperation2

AFC04

rides for health2

AFC05

travel and2

PJA13

violent cold2

AFC03

1781 illness cited as impairing intellect of1

PJA12
190

“Anxiety is good for my Health I believe”1

AFC04
170

bleeding as treatment1

PJA12
33

cares for Thaxter1

PJA13
78

Dana on1

PJA12
396

describes ailments1

AFC05
170

eye disorder1

PJA11
124

gout1

PJA13
125

health conditions in Holland1

AFC05
120

Holland will chill “every drop of Blood in My Veins”1

AFC05
76

horseback riding as cure1

PJA13

“I cannot pass a Spring, or fall, without an ill Turn”1

AFC02
224

illness at Auteuil (1783)1

AFC03
15

inquiries about1

PJA13
89

“I shall never be a Strong Man”1

AFC05
315

James Jay as physician of1

PJA13
188

prevents rapid journey to Paris1

PJA13
517

prevents travel to see Lafayette1

PJA12
248

stagnant waters and1

PJA13
426

“The [French] Climate and soil agree with me—so do the Cookery and even the Manners of the People ... Churlish Republican, as some ... call me”1

AFC03
170

tumor in neck1

AFC04
312

wants long rest1

AFC05

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