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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 18, 1800 Correspondence with John Adams John Williams James McHenry Upon his retirement, Williams asks McHenry to forward an enclosed letter to John Adams.
December 4, 1796 Lists Support for Jefferson and for Adams Samuel Chase James McHenry Refers to tension between Jefferson and Adams, listing their support.
June 26, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons William Gordon Simmons informs Gordon that his inquiry into the men of the New Hampshire line has yielded two soldiers named Adams.
October 30, 1797 State Department Preparation for State of the Union Address Timothy Pickering John Adams Confirms that he is forwarding some of Adams' correspondence to its recipients; also informs Adams that he is preparing "business to lay before Congress," presumably material for Adams' state of the union address.
May 2, 1799 Letter Citation Collins John Adams Cited in Adams to McHenry, 05/13/1799.
June 1, 1786 Certificates due Colonel Adams John Pierce John White There are charges against Colonel Adams. Pierce wonders if White knew about them.
April 20, 1799 Letter Citation James McHenry John Adams Cited in Adams to McHenry, 04/27/1799. Letter from James McHenry, Secretary of War, to President John Adams.
April 15, 1799 Letter Citation John Adams James McHenry Cited in McHenry to Adams, 04/22/1799.Letter from President John Adams to James McHenry, Secretary of War.
April 15, 1797 Letter Citation John Adams James McHenry Cited in McHenry to Adams, 05/05/1797 and in McHenry to Adams, 05/99/1797.
June 1, 1800 President Adams and the Federalist Party James McHenry Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Letter from James McHenry on his final day as Secretary of War. McHenry discusses with General Pinckney the impact of President John Adams on the Federalist Party, which he deems to be negative.
May 24, 1797 Adams Response to Speech by Vice President Jefferson John Adams United States Senate Adams affirmed union of views among Congress and the President. Happily resolved that the United States would remain firm in its policy of peace.
August 13, 1798 Forwarding of Document Concerning Cherokees James McHenry John Adams Forwards a document ["talk"?] concerning the Cherokees [not included], asking for Adams' signature on it. Notifies Adams that he is moving his family out of Philadelphia to Trenton to avoid yellow fever at the former.
June 10, 1791 Letter Citation Henry Knox John Adams Cited in Adams to Knox, 06/19/1791.
July 19, 1800 Letter Citation Samuel Dexter John Adams Cited in Adams to Dexter, 07/30/1800.
August 7, 1800 Letter Citation Samuel Dexter John Adams Cited in Adams to Dexter, 08/16/1800.
May 1, 1800 Letter Citation James McHenry John Adams Cited in Adams to McHenry, 05/05/1800.
July 30, 1800 Letter Citation John Adams Samuel Dexter Cited in Dexter to Adams, 08/07/1800.
March 8, 1801 Letter Citation Samuel Dexter John Adams Cited in Adams to Dexter, 03/24/1801.
May 24, 1800 Letter Citation James McHenry John Adams Cited in Adams to McHenry, 05/26/1800.
October 15, 1798 Letter Citation James McHenry John Adams Cited in Adams to McHenry, 10/22/1798.
May 24, 1800 Letter Citation James McHenry John Adams Cited in Adams to McHenry, 05/24/1800.
July 10, 1800 Letter Citation John Adams Samuel Dexter Cited in Dexter to Adams, 07/19/1800.
September 23, 1800 Letter Citation John Adams Samuel Dexter Cited in Dexter to Adams, 10/02/1800.
September 13, 1791 Letter Citation John Adams Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Adams, 09/28/1791.
May 25, 1800 Letter Citation James McHenry John Adams Cited in Adams to McHenry, 05/26/1800.