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Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 22 February 1799 [electronic edition]
... after I came home, which has relieved me from all cold and I feel very well this morning. The Company owing to the Weather was not large. I am very anxious to hear from you having no Letter since the 10th. Your sickness last summer, fall and Winter has been to me the severest Tryal I ever endured. Not that I am at this moment without other Tryals enough for one Man. I may Adopt the Words ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 4 December 1796 [electronic edition]
... Quincy Novbr. i.e. Dec. 4th. 1796 My Dearest Friend The Weather has been and held so uncommonly cold ever since you left me, that I had no expectation of getting a line from You untill you reachd N York, but that line I have not yet received and by this Time I presume you have reachd the city of sedition, the Hot bed of France. I wrote you this Day week, and inclosed to you ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 22 November 1798 [electronic edition]
... slept pretty well for four nights successfully without a wakeing one. My Spirits and Health mend. In concequence I am able to attend to my Family more than I have done since my return, tho not without the constant admonition of Louissa. Aunt you will get cold. I have been out to ride but once since you left me; The vessel with our Lumber is not yet got round. It must go they say to Brackets ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 7 March 1788 [electronic edition]
... the table whilst I write and sends his duty to Grandpappa, the weather is such that I Cannot but rejoice we are not at Sea.Scott has been beating in the Channel these ten days, but every day brings us a prospect of better Weather. Adieu I shall be very uneasy if I do not hear from you by this Days post. I know not where to direct to you so shall cover to Willinks. Ever yours A. Adams ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 13 January 1777 [electronic edition]
... Hartford Jan. 13 1777 The Riding has been so hard and rough, and the Weather so cold that We have not been able to push farther than this Place. My little Colt has performed very well hitherto, and I think will carry me through the journey, very pleasantly. Our Spirits have been cheered, by two or three Pieces of good News which Commissary Trumble who is now with me, tells us, saw ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 10 December 1798 [electronic edition]
... was here and dined with me, the last week. I think his fever is leaving him and his cough has done so in a great measure but he is very thin and very feeble. I think he will not get out soon. For myself I have not been so sick since you left me as to be confined to my Chamber, and tho my Spirits and health are in proportion to the rest I get, my sleepless nights are fewer, and my rest better. I have ...
Letter from Abigail Smith to John Adams, 8 April 1764 [electronic edition]
... and that they propose going by water -- that the Deacon would have you go with them, but I would by no means advise you to go by water, for as you are under prepairation you will be much more exposed to take cold, the weather too is so uncertain that tho the morning may look promissing, yet you know it is frequently very raw and cold in the afternoon. Besides if you should wait till then and Saturday should ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 8 February 1777 [electronic edition]
... that a Considerable Battle has taken place in Brunswick in which we have taken 15000 prisoners. I cannot credit so Good News. The Letters are said to be without date. I rejoice so much when I only receive a few lines from you, just to hear you are well, that I think I shall give eaquel pleasure by writing to you,tho I cannot say I have enjoyed so much Health since you left me as I did in the begining ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 15 August 1777 [electronic edition]
... Air.The hot Weather has now continued in an extreme for two Weeks together. The People here generally agree that an Heat so intense in Degree and of so long Continuance, has scarcely ever been known. Cold Water has killed Numbers.But now it rains a Torrent and thunders and lightens most delightfully. It will clean our streets, it will purge our Air. It will be cool, and comfortable after ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 13 July 1783 [electronic edition]
... Paris July 13. 1783 My dearest Friend We have had for a Fortnight or Three Weeks a Succession of Hot Weather, attended with an unusual Fog, that has been worse for me to bear than were ever the extreamest heats of Philadelphia. My Scorbutic Habit is very ill fitted to bear it. But all this is not so tedious as the mournfull Silence of every Body in America. Not a Line from ...

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