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Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 20 September 1776 [electronic edition]
... Braintree Sepbr. 20 1777 i.e. 1776 I sit down this Evening to write you, but I hardly know what to think about your going to N.Y. -- The Story has been told so many times, and with circumstances so perticuliar that I with others have given some heed to it tho my not hearing any thing of it from you leaves me at a loss. Yours of Sepbr. 4 came to hand last Night, our Worthy unkle ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 23 December 1786 [electronic edition]
... has more of an American appearence than any I have traveld in this Country, the Stone Walls and the Hills and the Towns bearing the Same Names, Reading Malborough Newbury all reminded me of New England. I think you would have been better pleasd if you had come with us, than you was when you traveld this road formerly, in Summer it must be delightfull, I think very often of your being ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 7 March 1799 [electronic edition]
... Phyl. March 7. 1799 My dearest Friend I have been so overwhelmed with Business at the Close of the Session of Congress and Since, that I have not been able to write you for Several Days. Mr Grove desired me to tell you that Mr William Smith your Nephew is married to a very amiable young Lady the Daughter of a rich Father. What he means by a rich Father I dont know. I congratulate ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 28 December 1798 [electronic edition]
... Brother of his who lived with him took the fever and dyed with it. Mr. Cranch is getting well I hope. So is B. Adams. I have not heard yet whether Richard Dexter has arrived. I had a Letter from Mrs. Smith in which she expresses her anxiety at hearing you were unwell and fears you took cold in going on in the Storm. She says she has been greatly afflicted with an Eruption upon her hands which ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 4 January 1795 [electronic edition]
... Jan 4. 1794 (i.e. 1795) My Dearest Friend The Weather has been dull and unpleasant for several Days. We had last night a light snow and this morning a Rain; so that Winter does but play with Us Yet. I promised Mrs. Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Cabot to present you their Compliments. General Knox has resigned and Cola Pickering is appointed to his Place. The House have been debating ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 17 April 1777 [electronic edition]
... April 17, 1777 Your obliging favours of March 14, 16 and 22, have received, and most sincerely thank you for them. I know not How I should support an absence already tedious, and many times attended with melancholy reflections, if it was not for so frequently hearing from you. That is a consolation to me, tho a cold comfort in a winters Night. As the Summer advances I have many ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 23 July 1776 [electronic edition]
... July 23, 1776 This Mornings Post brought me yours of July 13 and 14 and has relieved me from an huge Load of Anxiety. -- Am happy to hear that you are so comfortably situated, have so much agreable Company, and such fine Accommodations. I would very joyfully agree to have the small Pox, over again, for the Sake of the Company. Since the Letters of July 3d. and 4th.No letter written ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 16 June 1775 [electronic edition]
... day he broke out, "religious Rascal, how I abhor his Name." We have had very dry weather not a rainy day since you left us. The english Grass will not yeald half so great a crop as last year. Fruit promisses well, but the Cattell Cattepillars have been innumerable. I wrote you with regard to the money I had got from Providence. I have since that obtain'd the rest. I have done as you ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 18 October 1780 [electronic edition]
... fatigue, the old gentleman dyeing about 3 weeks ago of a fever. Both of us are much better. I have got out, tho she has not yet left her chamber. The rest of our Friends are well. I wish this Letter might find you in Holland. I think it not improbable if you have received a Commission forwarded to you some months ago. My Trunk about which you have been so anxious, and so often wished me safe ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 29 August 1776 [electronic edition]
... Boston August 29 1776 Dearest Friend I have spent the 3 days past almost intirely with you. The weather has been stormy, I have had little company, and I have amused my self in my closet reading over the Letters I have received from you since I have been here. I have possession of my Aunts chamber in which you know is a very conveniant pretty closet with a window which looks ...

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