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Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 10 September 1783, "We have received . . ." [electronic edition]
... Paris Septr. 10. 1783 My dearest Friend We have received from Congress a Resolution by which We are to be impowered to negotiate a Treaty of Commerce with G. B. -- My self Mr. Franklin and Mr. Jay. This will detain me in Europe this Winter. If this Letter arrives in Season, that you can come to me this Fall with Miss Nabby I shall be Supreamly happy to see you. But Still ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 10 November 1794, with one enclosure [electronic edition]
... Quincy Novbr. 10th 1794 My dearest Friend I hope you are agreeably lodged and that your Company will be to your mind. I rejoice in the reelection of Mr. Ames, and Mr. Smith of Carolina. It is said our Freeman is chosen for Barnstable, a clasmate of our Son John Quincy Adams , a Lawyer, a worthy Sensible Man as I have heard. For this district Mr ...
Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 20 March - 23 April 1779, with one enclosure [electronic edition]
... as few from him; the watery world alone can boast of large packets received, a Discourageing thought when I take my pen. Yet I will not be discouraged, I will persist in writing tho but one in ten should reach you. I have been impatient for an opportunity, none having offerd since janry. when the Alliance saild, who my presaging mind assures me will arrive safe in France, and I hope will ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 10 February 1796, "Mr. Neckar in his Essay..." [electronic edition]
... Philadelphia Feb. 10. 1796 My Dearest Friend Mr. Neckar in his Essay on the true Principles of Executive Power in great States, chapter 12, Says "A Man, like myself, who has been Some Years placed in the Center of Public affairs, who has been one of the Axes round which the motions of personal Interest perform their Circuit, is best able to judge from his own Experience of the ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 27 February 1783, "I read in a great Writer...," letterbook copy [electronic edition]
... Virtue, I hold that Virtue requires We should serve, where We can do most good. I am soberly of Opinion, that for one or two Years to come I could do more good in England to the United States of America, than in any other Spot upon Earth. Much of the immediate Prosperity of the United States, and much of their future Repose, if not the Peace of the World, depends upon having just Notions now ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 29 October 1775, "There is, in the human breast..." [electronic edition]
... and Dexterity at public Business common. 5. Our Laws for the Distribution of Intestate Estates occasions a frequent Division of landed Property and prevents Monopolies, of Lands Land. But in opposition to these We have laboured under many Disadvantages. The exorbitant Prerogatives of our Governors &c. which would have overborn our Liberties, if it had not been opposed by the five ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 9 June 1795, "The Senate are now in Possession . . ." [electronic edition]
... Philadelphia June 9. 1795 My Dearest Friend The Senate are now in Possession of the Budget. It is a Bone to gnaw for The Aristocrats as well as the Democrats; And while I am employed in attending the Digestion if it, I send you enclosed an Amusement which resembles it only in name. I can form no Judgment when the Proscess will be over. We must wait with Patience. I dined ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 20 February 1779, "In the Margin are the Dates..." [electronic edition]
... is a different Thing to have five hundred Correspondents and but one. It is a different Thing to be under an Absolute Restraint and under none. It would be an easy Thing for me to ruin you and your Children by an indiscreet Letter -- and what is more it would be easy, to throw our Country in convulsions. -- For Gods sake never reproach me again with not writing or with Writing Scrips. Your ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 27 November 1796 [electronic edition]
... Lovejoys in Stratford Nov. 27. 1796 My dearest Friend We lodged at Monroe's in Marlborough on Wednesday night, at Hithcocks in Brookfield Thursday night, at Lovejoys in Stratford last night. I have been to hear sound orthodox Calvinism from Mr. Stebbins this morning. At Hartford I Saw Mr. Adets Note in Folio to our Secretary of State, and I find it an Instrument well ...
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 1 June 1787 [electronic edition]
... Amsterdam June 1. 1787 My dearest Friend We are lodged in our old Chamber at Amsterdam, and Sleep as soundly as if there were not a dozen houses plundered every night. The two nights before the last were very Seditious. Last night was quiet, and the Precautions which Secured the Peace then, will be continued, so that all will be still. Dont be anxious for Us, nor believe half ...

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