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Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 27 August 1777 [electronic edition]
... Pox since you left us, desires he may come for you. If you approve him let me know. I believe he will do very well.We have had a turn of extreme Hot weather when we could neither work or sleep. If I suffered so much here, what I often think must you, in that climate. The Hot weather here you know is of short Duration and generally succeeded by a cold storm or an Easterly Breeze which soon ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 4 May 1797 [electronic edition]
... receive from you the Sum I requested you to send me. When I get to East Chester I shall send in to N York to see if I have any Letter there. The Roads are so Bad, and the Rains so heavy since we left Home, that I do not expect to get on to Muckeleroys untill Wednesday noon. Brisler thinks he can get me Horses upon a better , than these will proceed with. I have directed him to try, and I am ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 25 November 1798 [electronic edition]
... and if the weather hold good we hope to get the rest tomorrow, but the Boards have not yet made their appearence. Mr. Porter supposes they will be Rafted as the timber but it is tedious cold work as they are obliged to work in the water. The vessel would not venture. She was so large to Mr. Blacks creck, they raft from Germantown. Mr. Black speaks highly of the goodness of the timber, but begs you would ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 2 March 1794 [electronic edition]
... by a few Individuals, I fear will be the Judgment of some of the most enlightened and independent Spectators. I have been again unfortunate at Sea. The Vessell in which I shipped my grass seeds and two barrels of Rye flour for you has been run down and sank in the River by a large ship. Most of the Cargo was saved but whether my Adventure was saved or lost I have not yet learned. The weather ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 15 November 1798 [electronic edition]
... Quincy Novbr. 15 1798 My dearest Friend I have rejoiced in the fine weather which we have had since your absence and tho to day it threatens a Change, and debilitates me, I hope it will not prove very urksome to you. I received Your Letter written at Flags and should have rejoiced more in your progress, if it had not have distanced you further from Mrs. Smith who was following you ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 20 December 1795 [electronic edition]
... , and as their is no Wife to prevent it. I should like to see Butlers Speach. Pray inclose it to me. Are the reflections upon Peace by Madam De Stael, to be had here? If so be so kind as to send them. Our people began the buisness you mentiond, but were driven of by bad weather. We are like to have Snow enough. Adieu ever Yours A Adams ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 8 January 1795 [electronic edition]
... Quincy Janry 8th 1794 i.e. 1795 Based on internal evidence, Adams Papers editors have redated this letter 8 January 1795. My dearest Friend Yours of 25 december reachd me with the Book for Louissa. Through the Month of december the Weather was uncommonly fine, but the New Year is very inclement. We have had a fair day or two only since it commenced, very little Snow and what ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 29 May 1787 [electronic edition]
... in vain in their own particular Element. Inclosed you will find a Letter which came last evening. I do not suppose you can do any thing, yet it may be proper you should know the unfortunate situation of the Gentleman. Nothing new has transpired since you left usunlessexcept the Bill which has past making four free ports in the West Indies, Kingstone in Jamaica, St Georges in Grenada ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 28 January 1797 [electronic edition]
... of the week and informed me that you was well. The steady cold weather has been more favorable to my Health than any winter we have had for years past, and since I have been equipped with Runners I have not failed to take the Air almost every day. In one of my late Letters I enclosed you Frothinghams estimate of a carriage but as you have ordered one it will not do to apply to him and you will want ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 25 December 1794 [electronic edition]
... ground opposite to Pennimans and Hardwicks upon Pens hill covered with it, if possible. I am delighted with the Activity and Energy with which the affairs of the farm have been conducted, since I left you. A few years of such Exertions will make the Place productive of most of the Necessaries of Life for Us and I hope We shall be indulged with the quiet Enjoyment of it for as many Years as We ...

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