Vol. 6 has imprint: Boston, C.C. Little and J. Brown, 1861.
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v. 1. Life of John Adams. [By C.F. Adams] v. 2. Diary, with passages from an autobiography. Notes of debates in the Continental Congress, in 1775 and 1776. Autobiography. v. 3. Autobiography (cont.) Diary. Notes of a debate in the Senate of the United States. Essays: On private revenge. On self-delusion. On private revenge. Dissertation on the canon and the feudal law. Instructions of the town of Braintree to their representative, 1765. The Earl of Clarendon to William Pym. Governor Winthrop to Governor Bradford. Instructions of the town of Boston to their representatives, 1768. Instructions of the town of Boston to their representatives, 1769. On the independence of the judiciary: a controversy between W. Brattle and J. Adams, 1773. (Cont) v. 4. Novanglus; or, A history of the dispute with America, from its origin, in 1754, to the present time. Letter to Richard Henry Lee, 15 November, 1775. Thoughts on government, applicable to the present state of the American colonies. Letter to John Penn, January, 1776. Report of a constitution or form of government for the commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1779. Defence of the constitutions of government of the United States of America, against the attack of M. Turgot, in his letter to Dr. Price, 22 March, 1778. vol. I. (Cont) v. 5. Defence of the constitutions ... vol. II-III. v. 6. Defence of the constitutions ... vol. III, cont. Discourses on Davila, a series of papers on political history. Four letters, being an interesting correspondence between John Adams and Samuel Adams, on government. Three letters to Roger Sherman on the Constitution of the United States. Roger Sherman to John Adams, in reply. Letters to John Taylor, of Caroline, Virginia, in reply to his strictures on some parts of the Defence of the American constitutions. Review of the propositions for amending the Constitution, submitted ... in 1808. v. 7-8. Official letters, messages, and public papers, 1777-1799. v. 9. Official letters, messages, and public papers, 1797-1801. Correspondence originally published in the Boston Patriot. General correspondence, 1770-1811. v. 10. General correspondence, 1811-1825. Indexes.
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Print version: Adams, John, 1735-1826. Works of John Adams, second President of the United States. Boston, Little, Brown, 1852-1865