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Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 15 April 1794

My Dearest Friend

If the weather this day is as Hot with you as it is here, it will prove whether the Malignant fever yet has an existance. I have known many July days cooler Yet last week it was Janry. cold. Such changes try and wreck the constitution. I pray you to take care of your Health.

Mr. Leonard White, the Humble Servant of Miss Dalton will be the bearer of this to you. He call'd upon me to day to take any commands I might have for Philadelphia. Thomas will be very attentive to him if he arrives before he sets out upon the circuit, as he will recollect the many kindnesses and civilities which both he and his Brothers experienced from the Maternal attention of Mrs. White during their residence at Haverhill.

I received your Several kind. Letters of the last week of March 31 [John to Abigail, 31 March 1794] , April 1 st [John to Abigail, 01 April 1794] and 3d. [John to Abigail, 03 April 1794] I shall write by the post which will be Speedier I presume than Mr. White.

I am my dear Sir most affectionatly Yours.
A. Adams

Cite web page as: Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 15 April 1794 [electronic edition]. Adams Family Papers: An Electronic Archive. Massachusetts Historical Society. http://www.masshist.org/digitaladams/
Original manuscript: Adams, Abigail. Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 15 April 1794. 1 page. Original manuscript from the Adams Family Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society.
Source of transcription: Adams Papers Editorial Project. Unverified transcriptions.
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