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1Sunday June 20 1784. (Adams Papers)
Embarked on Board the ship Active Capt. Lyde commander, with my daughter and 2 servants for...
2Wedensday [23 June]. (Adams Papers)
Our ship dirty, ourselves sick. Went upon deck and sent the servants down to clean her up: very...
3Thursday [24 June]. (Adams Papers)
A fine wind and clear air but the Ship going before the wind rolls sadly. Dr. Clark has been well...
4Sunday June 27. (Adams Papers)
I have been so sick that I could not be regular in my journal. We have had two days calm since we...
5Monday Mor’g 28 June. (Adams Papers)
A very dissagreeable Night. Wind at the southard near the Banks of Newfoundland. The morning...
6Thursday July 1 1784. (Adams Papers)
I have not been able to write a line since Monday when a North east Storm came on and held till...
7Fryday 2 of July. (Adams Papers)
A fine wind and a pleasent day. Our sea sickness has left us in a great measure. Went all of us...
8Saturday 3 July. (Adams Papers)
A fine morning. Rose by six o clock. Went upon deck. None of the Gentlemen up; our Second Mate, a...
9Sunday July 4th 1784. (Adams Papers)
This is the Anniversary of our Glorious Independance. Whilst the Nations of Europe are enveloped...
10Tuesday July 6th. (Adams Papers)
I was not able to write yesterday the wind blew so fresh; and not very fair, so that there was...
11Thursday July 8th. (Adams Papers)
If I did not write I should lose the Days of the Weeks. Yesterday a cold wet day. Could not go...
12Fryday July 9. (Adams Papers)
A fine day; but little wind; have been upon Deck the chief of the Day, engaged in reading...
13Saturday 17 of July. (Adams Papers)
I have neglected my journal for a week. During that time we have had 3 calm days, some wet...
14Sunday July 18th. (Adams Papers)
This Day about 2 oclock made land. It is almost a Calm, so that we shall gain but little. We hope...
15Monday Morning July 19th. (Adams Papers)
A calm. The vessel rolling: the wind freshning towards Night. We hope for a speedy passage up the...
Early in the morning a pilot Boat came of to us from Deal. The wind blew very high and the Sea...
This day three years I landed at Deal. Since that time I have travelld to France, to Holland and...
1821. (Adams Papers)
We set out about 9 in the morning, stoped and baited at Farnham, dinned at Alton and reached...
19Sunday 23 [i.e. 22 July.] (Adams Papers)
Went to the Cathedral Church at Winchester. It is a very curious structure. It is said to have...
2024 [i.e. 23] July. (Adams Papers)
We dinned at South hampton and set out after dinner for Salsbury 22 miles, where we meant to have...
21July [24–]25 (Adams Papers)
We left this village and proceeded on our way to Blanford where we put up for the Night. Saw...
22July 26[–27] (Adams Papers)
Our next Stage was Bridport a small Sea port but a very bad harbour. No trade only in coal which...
2328th (Adams Papers)
We left Axminster and proceeded to Exeter. Here we put up at the Hotell in the Church yard and...
Sunday London March 30. We took our departure from the Bath Hotell where I had been a Fortnight,...
It will not be in my power to get Beaf. Bisquit I can procure, I shall prepaire a dinner here and...
Dearer if possible than ever; for all the parental props which once sustaind and supported me are...
Your obligeing favour was handed me from Mr. Guild, at a time when I was engaged in the...
My last Letter to you was written in Sepbr. I closed it, because I knew not how to think upon any...
To you my young Friend upon whom the parential ties are strong and unbroken; who never yet knew...
Col. Trumble has been so kind as to visit me, and request a Letter from me to you; I have...
Your favour dated at Amsterdam in july was last evening handed to me; and this evening your...
This evening as I was Setting, with only your sister by my side, who was scribling at the table...
Will you honour a Bill of mine, drawn in favour of Uncle Smith for 60 pounds, to pay for 9 acres...
I returned last Evening from Boston, where I went at the kind invitation of my uncle and Aunt, to...
Your Letters by Mr. Thaxter I received; and was not a little pleased with them; if you do not...
I did not receive your Letter of August the 14th. untill this very Evening; I was much gratified...
I have already written you 3 Letters, which have been waiting a long time for a passage; they...
I write you again by this vessel altho it seem’s as if there was a Spell to detain her; she has...
Two days only are wanting to campleat six years since my dearest Friend first crost the...
I inclose to you my sons Letters, which you will be so kind as to return safe to me again; as...
I have not received a Line from you, nor heard a Syllable Since yours of November 18th, which I...
As I did not write you by the last conveyance I will not omit the present. I supposed your sister...
I received Letters dated about the middle of November from Mr. Adams, in which he was very urgent...
I hope this will be the last Letter which I shall have occasion to write to you, before I embark...
I have been much dissapointed in not receiving any Letters from your Father or you by the late...
I came to Town yesterday and have engaged My passage on Board the ship Active Capt. Lyde,...
As You have been so kind as to undertake the care of Mr. Adams’es Estate and affairs during the...
Little my Dear Mrs. Dana did I think I should leave America without seeing you, but a slow fever,...
I have been 16 days at sea, and have not attempted to write a single Letter; tis true I have kept...
As well in compliance with your request, as to gratify my own inclination I take my pen after 3...