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Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 9 June 1795, "The Senate are now in Possession . . ." [electronic edition]
... yesterday in the Family Way with The President. He told me that the American Minister, at the Hague, had been very regular and intelligent in his Correspondence. The whole Family made the usual Inquiries concerning You and sent you the usual Compliments. Be very carefull, my dearest Friend, of what you say, in that Circle and City. The Times are perilous. J. A. ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 18 February 1783, "The Peace..." [electronic edition]
... Resignation, but to come home without it, provided it does not arrive in a reasonable Time. Dont think therefore of coming to Europe. If you do We Shall cross each other, and I shall arrive in America about the Same time that you may arrive in Europe. I Shall certainly return home in the Spring. With or without Leave, Resignation accepted or not, home I will come, So you have nothing to do but ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 9 June 1795, "The Senate assembled Yesterday . . ." [electronic edition]
... I hear so that We shall be very full.I can form no Conjecture, of the time when the Senate will adjourn. The President, and Lady and Miss Nelly make many kind Enquiries concerning You and Mrs. Smith and Louisa &c. &c.Your Curiosity I doubt not is all alive. But Mum -- Mum -- Mum.Inclosed is a mysterious Poem for your Amusement.Yours As ever John Adams ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 29 June 1774, "The Prophet of York..." [electronic edition]
... York June 29 1774 My Dr. The Prophet of York has not prophecy'd in vain. There is in this Town and County a Laodiceanism that I have not found in any other Place. I find more Persons here, who call the Destruction of the Tea, Mischief and Wickedness, than any where else. More Persons who say that the Duty upon Tea is not a Tax, nor an Imposition because we are at Liberty to ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 10 May 1777, "The Day before Yesterday..."[electronic edition]
... all the various Parts of the human Body are represented, for the Benefit of young Students in Anatomy and of which I gave you a particular Description, a Year or two ago, were much more pleasing to me. Wax is much fitter to represent dead Bodies, than living ones. Upon a Hint, from one of our Commissioners abroad, We are looking about for American Curiosities, to send across the Atlantic as ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 10 February 1796, "The inclosed slip from Benjamins Paper..." [electronic edition]
... Philadelphia Feb. 10. 1796 My dearest Friend The inclosed slip from Benjamins Paper of this Morning will Shew you that the Electioneering Campaign is opened already. The "good Patriot, Statesman and Philosopher" is held up as the Successor. I am determined to be a Silent Spectator of the silly and the wicked Game and to enjoy it as a Comedy, a Farce or a Gymnastic Exhibition ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Smith, 11 April 1764, "This is the last Opportunity . . ." [electronic edition]
... Wednesday Eveng.[11 April 1764] This is the last Opportunity I shall have to write you from Braintree for some Weeks. You may expect to hear from me, as soon after my Arrival at Boston as possible. Have had a peaceable, pleasant Day upon the whole. My Brother and I have the Wishes, the good Wishes of all the good People who come to the House. They admire our Fortitude, and wish ...
Placeholder for Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 15 June 1795 (this document is the postscript to another letter) [electronic edition]
... Placeholder for Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 15 June 1795 (this document is the postscript to another letter) [electronic edition] ...
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 ...

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