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    From: Adams Papers | Diary and Autobiography of John Adams | Volume 2 | [1774]

    1[February 1774] (Adams Papers)
    I purchased of my Brother, my fathers Homestead, and House where I was born. The House, Barn and...
    2[March 1774] (Adams Papers)
    Last evening at Wheelwrights, with Cushing, Pemberton and Swift. Lt. Govr. Oliver, senseless, and...
    The River has been universally called and known by the Name of Merrimack and by no other, from...
    4[June 1774] (Adams Papers)
    At Piemonts in Danvers, bound to Ipswich. There is a new, and a grand Scene open before me—a...
    5[August 1774] (Adams Papers)
    The committee for the Congress took their departure from Boston, from Mr. Cushing’s house, and...
    6[September 1774] (Adams Papers)
    This Day, We breakfasted at Mr. Mifflins, Mr. C. Thompson came in, and soon after Dr. Smith. The...
    7[October 1774] (Adams Papers)
    Dined with Mr. Webster. Spent the Evening with Stephen Collins. Went to see the Election at the...
    8[November 1774] (Adams Papers)
    Left Brother Paine at New York to go by the Packett to New Port. Rode to Cocks at Kings bridge to...