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Being chiefly a correspondence among
THE MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY
January 2. MERCY WARREN TO ABIGAIL Adams .
Consolation for departure of John Adams. Giving advice and practice.
January 8. MERCY WARREN TO ABIGAIL ADAMS .
Adams' appointment to Holland. Scarcity of good articles but plenty
February 4. HANNAH WINTHROP TO MERCY WARREN
Luxurious living of British officers. Burgoyne and the court-martial of
March 7. MARTHA WASHINGTON TO MERCY WARREN.
Providence good to Massachusetts as against Virginia. Burgoyne's
March 10. MERCY WARREN TO JAMES WARREN
Conspiracies at Cambridge and traitors at Boston. Burgoyne and
May 8. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
French vessels have arrived. Entertainments for the French officers.
May 10. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS.
French officers entertained. Absence of Hancock. Prejudices awakened
May 21. JAMES WARREN TO WILLIAM BINGHAM.
No intelligence from the army. Naval officers. Captain Avery's mis-
May 25. SAMUEL Adams to JAMES WARREN
Money for the Navy Board. Good appearance of the army. Steuben's
appointment. Hancock. On opposing Washington. Robert Morris.
May 13. JAMES Warren to Samuel AdamS
No news of war with France. Interview with Mr. Carmichael. A town
May 31. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS.
Is not chosen to the General Court or Board. Sources of the opposi-
tion. Boston has lost its compass. Smallpox in Boston. Hancock's
June 1. SAMUEL ADAMS TO JAMES WARREN
Arts of the Forces against the French connection. Lands for Arthur
Lee. Is now on the Marine Committee. Naval transfers and appoint-
June 2. MERCY WARREN TO JAMES WARREN.
Fickleness and ingratitude of man. A clear conscience. Thomas. Has
June 13. SAMUEL ADAMS TO JAMES WARREN.
Supposes he declined an election. The British force commissioners.
June 19. SAMUEL ADAMS TO JAMES WARREN
June 7. JAMES WARREN TO JOHN ADAMS
Rumors of his capture. Good condition of the army. Currency and
June 20. SAMUEL ADAMS TO JAMES WARREN.
Consolation for being dropped from the Court.
June 26. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
Congress and the British Commissioners. Reasons for being dropped.
Lee's land. Naval matters. Annoyances and captains. Adams' voyage.
June 28. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
The army. British troops at Rutland. The king's birthday. Captain
July 5. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL ADAMS
More sentiments on the navy. Burke and Landais, Manley and Barry.
July 15. SAMUEL Adams to JAMES WARREN
To settle ceremonial in receiving M. Gerard. Articles of Confederation
July 17. JAMES WARREN TO SAMUEL Adams
Congress returns to Philadelphia. Charles Lee. Captain John Green.