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Abigail Adams to Lucy Cranch, 5 May 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:122]

Abigail Adams to Lucy Cranch, 5 May 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:123]+

Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Cranch, 2 September 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:329]

Elizabeth Cranch to Abigail Adams, 5 September 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:338]

John Quincy Adams to Abigail Adams 2d, 19 September 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:374]

Charles Storer to Abigail Adams, 21 December 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:498]

[Notes on Civil Law, December 1758–January 1759.] [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:59]+

[A Letter to Richard Cranch about Orlinda, a Letter on Employing One’s Mind, and Reflections on Procrastination, Genius, Moving the Passions, Cicero as Orator, Milton’s Style, &c., October–December 1758.] [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:74]

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– Ann Quincy learns harpsichord [1 reference]

– Elizabeth Cranch studies [1 reference]

– JA on Brit. interest in [1 reference]

– JQA plays flute [4 references]

– Liberty Song sung by Sons of Liberty [1 reference]

– Mary Hartley's fondness for [1 reference]

– Mme. Brillon's ability at [1 reference]

– article on Piccinni in Mercure de France [1 reference]

– as source of pleasure [1 reference]

– at Bath [5 references]

– at Cranches [3 references]

– at Harvard [2 references]

– at Princeton College [1 reference]

– at turtle-party [1 reference]

– church [1 reference]

– flute [3 references]

– harpsichord [3 references]

– health effects of flute-playing [4 references]

– in France [2 references]

– in Philadelphia Methodist church [1 reference]

– instrument as metaphor for human mind [1 reference]

– instrumental, in Boston [1 reference]

– of Moravians [3 references]

– opera [10 references]

– organ [1 reference]

– pianofortes [1 reference]

– psalmody in churches [1 reference]

– singers in Braintree [1 reference]

– singing [5 references]

– song for opening of Charles River Bridge [2 references]

– songbooks [1 reference]

– violin [3 references]

– vocal and instrumental [1 reference]

– vocal and instrumental, in Middletown, Conn. [1 reference]

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