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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,...
Tis no small pleasure to me, to hear of the great proficioncy you have made in the French tongue,...
If I was sure your absence to day was occasioned, by what it generally is, either to wait upon...
You was pleas’d to say that the receipt of a letter from your Diana always gave you pleasure....
I should not have been unmindful of you, even tho you had not call’d upon me to exert myself. I...
How do you now? For my part, I feel much easier than I did an hour ago, My Unkle haveing given me...
If our wishes could have conveyed you to us, you would not have been absent to Day. Mr. Cranch...
I suppose you have written to me, tho I have not received it, for Mr. Ayers left his pocket Book...
Here am I all alone, in my Chamber, a mere Nun I assure you, after professing myself thus will it...
Mr. Cranch informs me that Hones will go to Town tomorrow, and that I may not miss one...
I think I write to you every Day. Shall not I make my Letters very cheep; don’t you light your...
Why my good Man, thou hast the curiosity of a Girl. Who could have believed that only a slight...
Your Friendly Epistle reach’d me a fryday morning, it came like an Infernal Mesenger, thro fire...
Your desire that I would write every Opportunity is punctually observed by me, And I comply with...
Welcome, Welcome thrice welcome is Lysander to Braintree, but ten times more so would he be at...
I am much obliged to you for the care you have taken about help. I am very willing to submit to...
When I wrote you by the Doctor I was in hopes that I should have been out the next day, but my...
How many months have passed away since I have either written or received a line from my Dear...
Tomorrow being Commencment, suppose this will not fail thro want of a conveyance. I therefore...
I wrote to you a week ago, and sent my Letter part of the way, but like a bad penny it returnd,...
I heard to Day that the Doctor had a Letter from Mr. Cranch, and that he was still very Ill, poor...
Mr. Etter was so good as to come this morning and inform me that his Sons would go to Salem...
I have just returnd from Weymouth, where I have been for a week past. It seems lonesome here, for...
The Doctor talks of Setting out tomorrow for New Braintree. I did not know but that he might...
I Congratulate you upon the fine weather we have had since your absence; if it has been as...
I write you, not from the Noisy Buisy Town, but from my humble Cottage in Braintree, where I...
The kind reception I met with at your House, and the Hospitality with which you entertained me,...
Do not my Worthy Friend tax me with either Breach of promise; or neglect towards you, the only...
Alass! How many snow banks devide thee and me and my warmest wishes to see thee will not melt one...
Your agreable favour of January 19 demands from me more than I am able to pay. My coin will have...
I know not where this will find you whether upon the road, or at Phylidelphia, but where-ever it...
The great distance between us, makes the time appear very long to me. It seems already a month...
I am very impatient to receive a letter from you. You indulged me so much in that Way in your...
Five Weeks have past and not one line have I received. I had rather give a dollar for a letter by...
I have just returnd from a visit to my Brother, with my Father who carried me there the day...
I received your very obliging Letter and thank you for the early intelligence of your designed...
I dare not express to you at 300 hundred miles distance how ardently I long for your return. I...