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March 6. CATHERINE MACAULAY GRAHAM TO MERCY Warren
Governments of America. Adams' work on the constitutions. A treaty
May 14. ABIGAIL ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
Montague on Shakespeare. London manners unfriendly to easy
August 26. JAMES WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN.
The constitution in North Carolina.
May 18. JAMES WARREN TO JOHN Adams
Views on politics and government. Proposal to annihilate the Senate.
May 30. HENRY Knox to Mercy Warren
Reflections on politics. Monstrous system of the state governments.
Remedy offered by the convention. Formation of a constitution.
August 21. HENRY KNOX TO MERCY WARREN
Good promise of the convention. Personal loss.
November CATHERINE MACAULAY GRAHAM
Awaits deliberations of the convention. Grounded on simple demo-
CATHERINE MACAULAY GRAHAM TO MERCY WARREN
Death of Mrs. Russell. The convention's results. Trial of Warren
March 2. JOHN ADAMS to Mercy Warren
Rest in retreat. Obedience of the people.
March 9. MERCY Warren TO HENRY KNOX
March 29. HENRY Knox to MERCY WARREN
The new administration. Not yet fully organized.
April 2. MERCY WARREN TO JOHN ADAMS
Widow of Colonel Walker. Calumnies against General Warren. Wishes
May 29. JOHN ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
Unpopularity of General Warren. Has no patronage. Incendiaries in
May 7. MERCY WARREN TO JOHN ADAMS
Persecution of General Warren. Attacks upon the son. Influence at
July 9. HENRY KNOX TO MERCY WARREN
Henry Warren's wish for an appointment. The president and candi-
September 21. BENJAMIN LINCOLN TO MERCY WARREN
Return of her son Henry. Siege of Charleston.
September 24. MERCY WARREN TO JOHN ADAMS
July 13. JAMES WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN
Subscriptions to her book. Death of Madam Winthrop. Hancock's
June 12. MARtha WashingtON TO MERCY WARREN
Severe illness of the President. Her grandchildren. Hopes to get to
February 20. JOHN ADAMS TO ELBRIDGE GERRY
Information from the South. Mr. Jefferson. News from abroad.
October 1. ABIGAIL ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
Death of her mother. A carriage accident. About to leave Quincy.
April 25. ABIGAIL ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
Contest with France. Demand for a contribution. The nation being
aroused. Good sense of the people. Message from the president.
June 17. ABIGAIL ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
French oppression. Address and reply. The envoys in France. Sup-
January 16. ABIGAIL ADAMS TO MERCY WARREN
Pleasure in seeing her writing. A visit from her son. Times have
August 28. MERCY WARREN TO JOHN ADAMS.
March 9. ABIGAIL ADAMS to Mercy WarrEN
Her health. Counting years by revolutions. John Adams on Napoleon.
October 1. JAMES WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN
His book and her criticisms. The new order of things. Sir William
November 12. JAMES WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN.
Dickinson's works. Generous living. His tracts on prophecies.
September 4. JAMES WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN
Consecration to religious uses. The passion flower. His brother's
July 25. JAMES WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN
His view of prophecy. Its consummation. Need of a universal govern-