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January

1 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I wish you a happy New Year, and a Repetition of happy New Years as long as Time shall ... 2 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles I have received your Letter of December 30th.— I approve of your caution and applaud your ... 2 January 1795 Adams, John to Smith, Abigail Adams I received this day your kind letter of the 30th ult. With cordial affection and sincerity ... 4 January 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received by our Thursday Post, yours of Decbr 18 & 23 together with the Bennets Strictures.... 5 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail By this Days Post I have your Letter of the 26. Ult. I believe that some incomprehensible ... 8 January 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John yours of 25 December reachd me with the Book for Louissa. through the Month of December the ... 8 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I dined yesterday with Mr Hammond the British Minister who told me that Mr Dunlap had just ... 9 January 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John By our Quincy post I received yours 28th and 30th of December. I am sorry to find you had ... 9 January 1795 Smith, William Stephens to Adams, John Mrs: Smith has shewn me the Letter you wrote on the 2d. inst. with the Copies of those you ... 10 January 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Quincy I wrote to you by Captain Scott Some time in December. on the 14 of the Month Captain Joy ... 10 January 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, Thomas Boylston Should a vessel cross the Atlantick, and my dear Thomas not find a few lines from his ... 12 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Last Week I received through Mr Izard a kind Invitation to dine with Mrs Powell, whom I had ... 16 January 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I yesterday received yours of Janry 1st 4th and 5th. I See by the papers the judicious ... 16 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Travelling I Suppose has retarded the Post of this Week, till to Day, when I received ... 17 January 1795 Adams, John to Smith, William Stephens I received yesterday your kind letter of the 9th of the month. The letters to Vergennes were ... 19 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail On Saturday I Saw our sons Letter to the Secretary of State. Mr Randolph expressed his ... 19 January 1795 Adams, John to Smith, Abigail Adams I have a letter from your brother Thomas, dated London, 19th October; and the Secretary of ... 20 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I recd your favour of the 9th. Yesterday. The Weather is now extream Cold. The River is ... 21 January 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John We have had very Severe weather through the whole of this week, but very little snow. yet ... 23 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I thank you for presenting a Barrell of Flour to my Mother, and wish you to do every Thing ... 24 January 1795 Shaw, Elizabeth Smith to Adams, Abigail I have had a very bad cold, attended with some other complaints which have enfeebled me, & ... 27 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Yesterday I had your favour of 16. Mr Osgoods sermon has been printed here. I have heard Mr ... 29 January 1795 — 31 January 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I yesterday received your Several Letters inclosing those from Thomas—I do most sincerely ... 29 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The public Prints, announce the Death of my old esteemed Friend General Roberdeau, whose ... 31 January 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles If C. as you Say in yours of the 29th. must provide for his Family, I ...

February

1 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail You have sometime since, I presume, received my Letters inclosing those of our son Thomas of ... 2 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This Morning I received your favour of the 21st. of January. I am Sure your People do a ... 2 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles A Letter from Mr Jay of the 24. of November informs me, that he had recd two Letters from ... 7 February 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John on thursday I received a Letter from Col Smith informing me of the Birth of a Grandaughter. ... 7 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles I was So happy in the News of the agreable Circumstances of your Sister and her Infant, and ... 9 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Judges are now here— Judge Cushing is under the Hands of Dr Tate who is Said to have ... 10 February 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Quincy It was with great pleasure that I received by Captain Perkings from Rotterdam your Letter of ... 10 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I was not disappointed Yesterday, for the Post brought me your Letter of January. and I was ... 11 February 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, Thomas Boylston When you address me again, let it be by the endearing Epithet of Mother, instead of the ... 11 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles Your Letter of the 7th relieved my Mind, from a great Anxiety and Depression on Account of ... 11 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy Mr Wilcocks a Son of Mr Wilcocks a respectable Lawyer of this City is bound to Hamborough ... 11 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Thomas Boylston Your Letter of the 19 of October from London gave me great Joy and all your other Friends of ... 12 February 1795 Adams, Abigail to Ceracchi, Giuseppe Accept Sir my acknowledgment to you for the very valuable present of the Medallion, and the ... 12 February 1795 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Abigail The arrival of the french Army in this Country, as the friends and allies of the Batavian ... 13 February 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John It is peculiarly unfortunate that the Treaty has not yet reachd Ameria. on the 19 November ... 13 February 1795 Adams, Charles to Adams, John I received your favor of the eleventh yesterday. Mrs Smith has quite recovered from her ... 13 February 1795 Adams, John to Smith, Abigail Adams I heartily congratulate you on your fortunate escape from a dangerous accident. I was so ... 14 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles As you Seem to wish to know my sentiments of Mr Kents Lecture I will give you a few Hints to ... 14 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles Our amiable Professor, in the 5th Page, informs us that “The free Commonwealth of the United ... 15 February 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This is the coldest day We have felt this Winter, and if it were not for the hope I have of ... 17 February 1795 Adams, Charles to Adams, Abigail I did not receive your last letter until after it had been written some considerable time ... 17 February 1795 Adams, Charles to Adams, John Delighted and instructed as I have been by your two letters containing the strictures upon ... 21 February 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I did not get my thursday Letters till fryday Eve when as you may well suppose I was greatly ...

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June

8 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Through the finest Fields of Wheat Rye, Barley Oats and Clover, but very indifferent Roads ... 9 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Senate are now in Possession of the Budget.— It is a Bone to gnaw for The Aristocrats as ... 10 June 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I yesterday received yours of June 8th, and am happy to learn that there was like to be no ... 11 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail If I could take a Walk or a Ride to N. Y. in the Evening and come here again in the Morning ... 11 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have recd yours of the 10th and a Cordial it was, for I began to be fearful for your ... 13 June 1795 Shaw, Elizabeth Smith to Adams, Abigail I should be unpardonable if I neglected this Opportunity of writing to you by a private ... 14 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail It is painfull to feel an Impulse to write when there is nothing to Say. I write merely to ... 15 June 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have regularly received Your Letters and thank you for them. I have read the pamphlets. ... 15 June 1795 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Abigail We have very seldom an opportunity of hearing from you; and still more seldom that of ... 18 June 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received yours of the 12th. I wish congress may rise by the time you mention. a Gentleman ... 18 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Mr Adet was presented to The President on Tuesday and accompanied by The Secretary of State ... 19 June 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received yesterday yours of th 14 & 17 I am happy to learn that you are well, and hope the ... 19 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Last Night the Consul General De la Tombe made me a Visit with your kind Letter of the 18th.... 20 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I received yesterday two Letters from each of our Sons at the Hague, who were very well and ... 21 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Sun is so bright and augurs Such heat that I am doubtful whether I shall go out to ... 21 June 1795 Adams, John Lime dissolves all vegetable Substances, such as Leaves, Straws, Stalks, Weeds, and converts ... 22 June 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I was fearfull before I left Home of Such a Seige as has taken place. whatever else may be ... 23 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Some Senators are confident We shall rise tomorrow or next day. if so, I shall be with you ... 25 June 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I received yours of 23d. it is reported here that 19 Senators are for a ratification of all ... 25 June 1795 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Mary Smith I yesterday received your Letter giving me an account of the distressd Situation of Sister ... 26 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Senate is to meet at Ten, this morning and I hope will finish: but it is still uncertain.... 29 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy I arrived here Yesterday from Philadelphia in my Way to Quincy. My little Flock are now all ... 29 June 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Thomas Boylston I last Week at Philadelphia recd your kind Letter of April by Captn Boadge, and it has been ... 29 June 1795 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Abigail Your favour of April 22. marked N. 4. reached me a few days since; I have already ... 30 June 1795 Adams, Charles to Adams, John Quincy The last letter I received from you was dated the 16th of April and contained not only the ...

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December

1 December 1795 Adams, Thomas Boylston to Adams, Abigail I had the pleasure to write you a few lines by the Betsey Captn: Clarke, which sailed from ... 5 December 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Quincy As capt Scott has not yet saild, it gives me an opportunity of informing you that last ... 6 December 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Quincy I inclose to you the Cupons of Febry and June. 2 for that Month and 20 for Febry. 21 in one ... 6 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail We have been favoured with fine Weather and tolerable Roads in such a manner that We reached ... 10 December 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have rejoiced in the fine weather which has attended you through your journey, and the ... 12 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, John Quincy By your old Acquaintance Mr Hall, who is bound to Europe I shall Send you Some Newspapers, ... 13 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles So great a Part of my Life has been and Still continues to be Spent in travelling that I ... 14 December 1795 Adams, Thomas Boylston to Adams, John I owe you a volume, & the certainty that I have not time to compile it at present is more ... 15 December 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John This is the Sixteenth Day since you left me, and I have not yet heard a word from You. I ... 16 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Newspapers will inform you before this Letter reaches you that the Ratifications of the ... 17 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I went to Senate this morning with Expectations highly raised of receiving my first Letter ... 17 December 1795 Adams, John to Smith, Abigail Adams I am returned to my yearly servitude, and have began to drudge for the winter, if not for ... 20 December 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John The Day I wrote you last, I received Your Letter written at Nyork. neither of my Neighbours ... 21 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail My old Acquaintance Mr Walton, who Served in Congress, with me in 1776 and 1777 is returned ... 23 December 1795 Adams, Thomas Boylston to Adams, John Quincy It has been announced in the Dutch Gazettes as an extract from those of London, that you had ... 24 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I wrote you this morning inclosing a Post note for 600 and went to Senate with full ... 26 December 1795 Adams, Charles to Adams, John Your favors of the 13th and 24th I have received the latter containing the Post note for ... 26 December 1795 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Thomas Boylston Your Packet by Mr: Clarke at length was delivered me on the 21st: and your letter of the ... 27 December 1795 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Your Letter dated the 9th the blundering Post carried with him to Barnestable, so that I did ... 28 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have just recd from the P. Office your Letter of the 20th. by Brisler who went to carry ... 30 December 1795 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, Charles Your favour of 19th: September was transmitted to me by our brother from the Hague about a ... 31 December 1795 Adams, John to Adams, Charles Yesterday I received your kind and pleasing Letter of the 26, and am happy to hear of your ...