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Placeholder for display of Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 11 April 1794 (this letter has been redated) [electronic edition]
... The letter that appeared to be dated "April 11 1794" and started, "This day has been our May meeting" was dated incorrectly. Adams Papers editors have redated this letter 11 May 1794, based on the content of the letter. Please see the Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 11 May 1794. ...
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... The letter that had been dated only by month (February) has been examined by the Adams Papers editors; they have assigned it the approximate date, circa 20 February 1794, based on the content. See, Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, circa 20 February 1794. ...
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... The letter that been dated only by month (January) has been examined by the Adams Papers editors; they have assigned it the date, post 28 January 1795, based on the content. See, Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, post 28 January 1795. ...
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... The letter that appears to be dated 4 May 1796 has been redated 4 May 1797 by the Adams Papers editors based on internal evidence. Please see Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 4 May 1797 . ...
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... Placeholder for Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 17 May 1794 (this letter has been redated) [electronic edition] ...
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... Placeholder for display of Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 8 November 1789; (this letter has been redated) [electronic edition] ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 23 July 1775, "You have more than once..." [electronic edition]
... July 23 1775 My Dear You have more than once in your Letters mentioned Dr. Franklin, and in one intimated a Desire that I should write you something concerning him. Dr. Franklin has been very constant in his Attendance on Congress from the Beginning. His Conduct has been my composed and grave and in the Opinion of many Gentlemen very reserved. He has not assumed any Thing, nor ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 20 February 1779, "A new Commission has arrived..." [electronic edition]
... sailed in 14 Jany. and in all that Interval, they never so much as bid me come home, bid me stay, or told me I had done well or done ill. Considering the Accusation against Mr.Lee, how unexpected it was, and how groundless it is, I should not be at all surprized if I should see an Accusation against me for something or other. I know not what -- but I see that all Things are possible. Of all ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 18 February 1783, "I write to you..." [electronic edition]
... Paris Feb. 18. 1783 My dearest Friend I write to you by several opportunities, to inform you of my fixed Resolution of returning home in the Spring, that you may not think of embarking for Europe. It would be unluckly indeed if you should embark for Europe and I for America at the same time. Congress will possibly delay the acceptance of my Resignation, but I shall arrange ...

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