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February 8. JAMES WINTHROP TO MERCY Warren
Mr. Judson's missionary project. Christianity in Asia.
December 13. JAMES WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN
Old governments of Europe should be extirpated. Burning of Moscow.
December 17. ELBRIDGE GERRY TO MERCY WARREN
Re-election of Madison. John Adams and a reconciliation of differ-
February 28. JAMES WINTHROP to MERCY Warren
Napoleon's commission and Antichrist. Failure of the missionaries
April 17. JOHN ADAMS TO ELBRIDGE GERRY
Mrs. Warren on the continental navy. Omission to describe the im-
portance of the first steps. History not the province of ladies.
April 26. JOHN Adams to Elbridge Gerry
Writing the history of the Revolution. Controversy with Governor
June 20. ABIGAIL ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
Warlike state of nations. The remonstrance of the General Court of
July 11. ABIGAIL Adams to MERCY WARREN
John Quincy Adams in Russia. Party violence. Her daughter Smith.
September 5. ABIGAIL ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
Death of Abigail Adams Smith. Family news.
September 12. Mercy Warren to JOHN ADAMS
McKean's letter on Otis. Dialogue of the Dead.
November 24. JOHN ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
Dialogue of the Dead. Entire separation between America and Europe.
December 22. MERCY WARREN TO JOHN Adams
Family visits. Recollections of the past. A superintending Providence.
March 31. MERCY WARREN TO JOHN ADAMS
Pleasure given by his letters. John Quincy Adams. Balm of sympathy.
November 8. James Warren to Samuel AdaMS
November 17. James Warren to Samuel Adams
July 10. MERCY WARREN TO JOHN ADAMS
Decline of her health. Would like to hear his observations on events.
August 17. JOHN ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
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December 8. James Warren to Samuel AdamS
Action of towns in Plymouth County. The Hingham letter. Marble-
October 11. TO MR. ADAMS. POEM BY MRS. WARREN
December 17. JOHN ADAMS TO JAMES WARREN
Destruction of tea in Boston harbor. Want of wisdom in the rulers.
July 1. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
July 10. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS.
Plymouth town-meeting. Edward Winslow. Addresses to the gov-
January 1. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Sloop with provisions for Boston cast away. The Tories.
January 20. JAMES WARREN TO HARRISON GRAY
Cannot be intimidated. Is not able to pay his demand.
April-May. HANNAH WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN
The day of Lexington and their flight. Milton quoted. Andover
June 21. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS.
Action at Charlestown and Bunker Hill. Congress and jealousy.
August 4. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Good state of the army. Situation in Boston. Captures of tenders. His
July 9. JAMES Warren to SAMUEL ADAMS
Washington and his family. Thomas's character. Another action
July 20. JAMES Warren to SAMUEL ADAMS
Great expectations. The new Assembly. Elections by towns. Humors
Operations around Boston. Supply vessels taken. Arnold and reported
October 23. JAMES Warren to SAMUEL ADAMS.
Neither side can attack. Probability of success. Committee to the
October 26. James Warren to SAMUEL ADAMS
Change of measures in Great Britain. Dr. Church's letter and examina-
November 12. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Reinforcements for Boston. Expulsion of inhabitants. New modelling
September 28. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Adams' horsemanship. Arnold and Canada. Machias and captured
December 5. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Narrow spirit of the House of Representatives. Arnold a genius. Suc-
cess of the privateers. Barbarity of the British.
Matters engaging their attention. On shipping fish to Spain. Delegates
January 14. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS.
Military operations and state of the army. Business of the General
January 31. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS.
Manley's exploit. The militia coming in. Lovell's exchange.
February 14. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
"Common Sense." Want of powder prevents action. Officers of the
May 2. JAMES WARREN TO Samuel Adams
Independence and arming of vessels. Operations around Boston.
Politicians in the General Court. Paymaster for the Eastern Depart-
August 15. James Warren TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Privateering. Exchange of prisoners. His health.
October 24. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Engagement of the militia. The privateers. Naval operations dis-
December 29. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Lethargy and want of principle prevail. Indecision of Congress. Fool-
ish lenity to enemies. Capture of General Lee. Firmness wanted in
November 18. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
The Court again in Boston. A Board of War and a large grant. Report
February 24. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Bounties voted by the Court. Is dismissed from the Board of War.
April 2. JAMES Warren to Samuel Adams
Lottery, loan office and privateers. Matters before the Court. The
June 16. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Regulating act and its influence on the army. Prizes.
August 7. JAMES WARREN to Samuel AdamS
The Northern army and St. Clair's retreat. Want of confidence in