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Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 7 January 1793 [electronic edition]
... the last winter tho very few days pass in which I can say that I feel really well. I have not heard any thing of the Chaise since you wrote me that it was left at Hartford. I believe it will not reach Home till Spring. The Narrow to the water have been so blocked up with Snow that Shaw has not been able to get up any Sea weed lately: he attempted it but could not Succeed, and the ground has ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 10 December 1795 [electronic edition]
... Quincy, Dec'br 10th 1795 My Dearest Friend I have rejoiced in the fine weather which has attended you through your, journey, and the good Roads. If you have had them as good as we have, some cold Days but not enough so, to freeze or prevent our people from accomplishing the plowing at the corn Feilds. The Shelter for the Young cattle is compleated and coverd with Sea weed. One day ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 18 October 1800 [electronic edition]
... Saturday Quincy October 18th 1800 My dearest Friend I have not written to you since you left me, but as I knew you must feel anxious to hear I write tho it will but add to your apprehensions; my own Health has mended, tho the weather has been so wet and unpleasent that I have not dared to venture out, not even to see my dear sister in her sickness and distress. She is very low ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 6 - 9 May 1777 [electronic edition]
... Guns, is private property but sails with the Fleat. I cannot write you half so much as I would. I have left company because I would not loose an opportunity of sending this. The children are well. I cannot say that I am so well as I have been. The disorder I had in my Eyes has in some measure left them me but communicated itself all over me and turnd to the salt rhume which worries me ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 26 January 1777 [electronic edition]
... to Hear often from you and when a conveniant opportunity offers let me know how you like your waiter. Many reports have been circulated since you went away concerning him none of which I regard as I find no proof to support them. One is that he is a deserted Regular, a Spy &c. I find tis all Suspicion or else told with a design to make me uneasy, but it has not that Effect. The family are all ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 14 December 1793 [electronic edition]
... it will be completed The Weather has been pleasent and the Seaweed is attended to every day when wood is not Arnold is very anxious to tarry with me and has offerd to stay at Six dollars the winter months. At present I thought I could do without him but gave him encouragement that I would hire him if Snow came so as to get the stones across the pond. What can be done with the set of wretches who have begun ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 13 June 1800 [electronic edition]
... Washington June 13. 1800 My dearest friend I received your favour of the 2d by Mr. Dexter and this morning from Mr. Gerry an account of your health on the 4th, which have relieved me from some anxiety as I had received no Letter from you since you were in N. York. I have seen many Cities and fine Places since you left me and particularly Mount Virnon. Mrs. Washington and her ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 15 January 1797 [electronic edition]
... Quincy Janry. 15 1796 i.e. 1797 My Dearest Friend The Cold has been more severe than I can ever before recollect. It has frozen the ink in my pen, and chilld the Blood in my veins, but not the Warmth of my affection for Him for whom my Heart Beats with unabated ardor through all the changes and visisitudes of Life, in the still Calm of Peace Feild, and the Turbelent Scenes ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 8 March 1776 [electronic edition]
... Philadelphia March 8, 1776 My Dear Yesterday by Major Osgood I had the Pleasure of a Letter from Mr.Palmer, in which he kindly informed me of your and the Familys Welfare. This is the first Intelligence I have had from Braintree since I left it -- not a Line from you. Am sorry to learn that Braintree People are alarmed -- hope they will not be attacked. Want to know the Particulars ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 28 November 1793 [electronic edition]
... Quincy Novbr. 28 1793 My dearest Friend My early rising still continues, and I am writing by candle light, It is a Week this day since You left me. I have rejoiced in the fine weather for your sake. It has sometimes been cold and Blustering, but the Air has been pure and bracing. On Saturday Night we had a plentifull Rain succeeded by a fine day. I presume You reachd N. York ...

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