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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 Abigail Adams to John Adams, 8 February 1777 [electronic edition]
... Febry 8 1777 Before this time I fancy you at your journeys end; I have pittied you the Season has been a continued cold. I have heard oftner from you than I ever did in any of your former journeys, it has greatly releaved my mind under its anxiety. I have received six Letters from you, and have the double pleasure of hearing you are well, and that your Thoughts are often turnd this ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 26 November 1792 [electronic edition]
... Sunday Quincy Novbr. 26 1792 My Dearest Friend Such has been the Weather since you left me, that I cannot form any accurate judgment where you now are. I Sometimes conjecture that You are not farther than Brookfield. At any rate you must have had an unpleasent week, tho perhaps not So Severe a Snowstorm as we have had here. Monday afternoon and all twesday it raind then ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 21 October 1799 [electronic edition]
... Trenton October 21. 1799 My dearest Friend I have no line from you, since the 13th at Brookfield. There has been so much rainy weather as to have made travelling impracticable for you, some part of the time, and the roads disagreable at all times... If your health fails not, Patience will bear the rest. We went to the Presbyterian Church yesterday and heard Mr. Grant a young ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 29 December 1792 [electronic edition]
... Quincy Decbr. 29th 1792 My Dearest Friend I received your two kind favours of 7th and 12 of this Month. I have written to you regularly every week Since you left me. We have not had any deep Snow since the first in which you was caught upon the road, the greater part of that soon left us, and has been Succeeded by two Slight Snows of a few inches depth, the weather has however ...
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 December 1792 [electronic edition]
... Thieves infesting this Town since You left it. The Thursday after You went away Shaw and James went into the woods and in the daytime the best saddle was stolen out of the Barn closet. The same Night Mr. Gury had his best Horse stolen and Mr. Smith who lives in Mrs. Rows place had his taken the same night and last Sunday morning James came Running in to inform me that his Stables had been ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 9 October 1781 [electronic edition]
... Amsterdam October 9. 1781 My dearest Friend This is the first Time, I have been able to write you, since my Sickness. -- Soon after my Return from Paris, I was seized with a Fever, of which, as the Weather was and had long been uncommonly warm, I took little notice, but it increased very slowly, and regularly, untill it was found to be a nervous Fever, of a dangerous kind ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 28 January 1797 [electronic edition]
... 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 Abigail Adams to John Adams, 25 November 1798 [electronic edition]
... Quincy Novbr. 25 Sunday 1798 My dearest Friend You have been so good writing at every Stage when you put up for the night, that I have been able to follow you with pretty exact calculation. I thought however that Mrs. Smith would overtake you at New Haven. I received yesterday mor'g your Letter from Lovejoys and was rejoiced to find that Mrs. Smith had come up with you, more so, as ...

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