Writings of John Quincy Adams - Vol. 1

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WRITINGS OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS

EDITED BY

WORTHINGTON CHAUNCEY FORD

VOL. I

1779-1796

New York

THE MACMILLAN COMPANY

1913

All rights reserved

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Note v
  • Contents ix
  • To Arthur Lee 1
  • To John Adams 2
  • To Abigail Adams 7
  • To John Adams 14
  • To John Adams 17
  • To John Adams 21
  • To John Adams 26
  • To John Adams 28
  • To Jeremy Belknap 34
  • To John Adams 40
  • To John Adams 43
  • To John Adams 44
  • To Abigail Adams 55
  • To Abigail Adams 56
  • To John Adams 59
  • Letters of Publicola 65
  • To John Adams 110
  • To John Adams 115
  • To John Adams 123
  • To John Adams 130
  • From Charles Adams 133
  • To John Adams 146
  • To John Adams 176
  • To John Adams 179
  • To John Adams 181
  • To John Adams 183
  • To John Adams 186
  • Commission to the Netherlands 189
  • To John Adams 191
  • To John Adams 193
  • To the Secretary of State 201
  • To the Secretary of State 209
  • To the Secretary of State 218
  • To the Secretary of State 224
  • To James Monroe 230
  • To the Secretary of State 235
  • To the Secretary of State 237
  • To John Jay 241
  • To John Adams 246
  • To the Secretary of State 248
  • To the Secretary of State 254
  • To the Secretary of State 255
  • To the Secretary of State 258
  • To the Secretary of State 260
  • To the Secretary of State 263
  • To the Secretary of State 266
  • To the Secretary of the Treasury 268
  • To the Secretary of State 270
  • To John Adams 274
  • To the Secretary of State 276
  • To the Secretary of State 285
  • To Sylvanus Bourne 291
  • To the Secretary of State 297
  • To the Secretary of State 301
  • To John Adams 305
  • To the Secretary of State 310
  • To the Secretary of the Treasury 316
  • To the Secretary of State 321
  • To Abigail Adams 326
  • To the Secretary of State 334
  • To the Secretary of State 339
  • To the Secretary of State 344
  • To John Adams 348
  • To the Secretary of State 353
  • To the Secretary of State 368
  • To Abigail Adams 371
  • To John Adams 380
  • To Sylvanus Bourne 381
  • To the Secretary of State 390
  • Letter of Credence 392
  • To John Adams 400
  • To Charles Adams 408
  • To Daniel Sargent 419
  • To W. & J. Willink and N. & J. Van Staphorst & Hubbard 420
  • To Charles Adams 426
  • To John Adams 427
  • To the Secretary of State - [timothy Pickering, Acting] 430
  • To Lord Grenville 434
  • To the Secretary of State [timothy Pickering] 449
  • To Sylvanus Bourne 450
  • To the Secretary of State 453
  • To Timothy Pickering 454
  • To Sylvanus Bourne 466
  • To John Adams 476
  • To John Adams 481
  • To the Secretary of State 489
  • To Charles Adams 490
  • From the Secretary of State 493
  • To Madame De La Fayette 496
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