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310114th. (Adams Papers)
Marquis de la Fayette and his Lady, Count and Countess d’Ouradou the Abbés de Chalût and Arnoux...
3102[July 1783] (Adams Papers)
Je fus à Delft avec Monsr. Fitch et sa compagnie, qui partent pour L’Angleterre. Most likely...
310329th. (Adams Papers)
Club at Thompson’s this evening. Putnam inform’d us, he must leave us at a quarter before nine. I...
3104[October 1783] (Adams Papers)
Diné chéz M: l’Abbé de Chalut. Left Auteuil, with my Father, for London, at about 9 o’clock in...
3105Tuesday January 1st. 1788. (Adams Papers)
Pass’d the day and evening at the office. Read at my own lodgings till one o’clock in the...
310619th. (Adams Papers)
The Stage was full from Portsmouth and consequently I could not obtain a seat. I could not think...
3107Saturday 23d. (Adams Papers)
Went to Pappa’s house, stay’d there till about half after eight O clock and then we went back to...
3108[August 1784] (Adams Papers)
Left London, travelled to Sittingbourne. 43. miles. In the latter part of Dec. 1783, JA and JQA...
310919th. (Adams Papers)
We arrived at Drolhetta at about 5. o’clock this afternoon, but at the last post we were obliged...
31109th. (Adams Papers)
Doctor Leonard came here in the morning: this gentleman came as a passenger with Callahan. He...
311123d. (Adams Papers)
A second lighter came up this day with things from the ship. We were very busy in unpacking...
Last evening at about 10 o’clock I went to a Mascarade Ball which we had in Town. As it was but...
31134. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Mr. Hartley’s.
311429th. (Adams Papers)
I went this evening with Bridge, and pass’d half an hour at Mr. Wigglesworth’s. Ned is very ill...
311523d. (Adams Papers)
We dined at Mr. Williamson’s; a merchant of this place; in the evening we went to the assembly...
311613th. (Adams Papers)
Weather still extremely warm. I heard Parson Wibird. Mr. Q. Thaxter was at meeting in the...
3117Thursday 30th. (Adams Papers)
This morning we all got up at 3 o clock but did not set out till 7. We went over several...
311819th. (Adams Papers)
Between 10 and 11 this morning I set off with Vose and Lloyd, and Clark, and arrived at Plymouth,...
311916th. (Adams Papers)
I finished the second volume of Blackstone, and began upon the third which treats of private...
312015th. Saturd. (Adams Papers)
Having left Helsingborg this morning at about 10’ o’clock, we pass’d the Sound and at about 11....
31213d. (Adams Papers)
I heard Mr. Andrews preach. About as long as he was last Sunday. I think he is gaining ground in...
31229th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Wigglesworth gave a private lecture this morning, and we had likewise a philosophical lecture...
31236th. (Adams Papers)
Spent the evening with Thompson and Little, at Putnam’s lodgings. We conversed upon a diversity...
312423d. (Adams Papers)
Rambling about with my gun all the forenoon; but with little success: went and dined at my uncle...
312520th. (Adams Papers)
Proceed slowly in the third volume of Blackstone. As this is the most important author of all...
3126Aug. 15th. Friday. (Adams Papers)
This day I dined at Passy at Dr. Franklin’s with a numerous Company. In the evening I went to the...
312713th. (Adams Papers)
The storm continued violent through the whole day. The rain pour’d down, with as much force, as...
312810th. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon Townsend, sat off for Boston. Mr. Parsons intended to have gone likewise, as the...
312919th. (Adams Papers)
Drizzling, misty weather all day. Did not stir out of the house. Amused myself with reading,...
313016th. (Adams Papers)
The weather begins to grow very cold: it has been remarkably fine all this fall. Mrs. Cranch...
31313d. (Adams Papers)
Attended meeting in the forenoon. Sacrament day: I went to dine at Judge Dana’s: soon after I got...
313228th. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon I went with Mr. D. to the Hotel of the Marquis de Verac, and from thence to that of...
3133Aug. 22d. Friday. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon at 11 o’clock, I went, in Company with My Lord Ancram, Mr. Stewart and my father to...
31349th. (Adams Papers)
We had this afternoon a public Lecture upon Divinity. It is a pretty common Custom among the...
31356th. (Adams Papers)
The Weather fair, but the Snow, which drifted a great deal, is in some places so deep, that it is...
313618th. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
In the forenoon Mr. D. went and took a ride. Cloudy weather. Thermometer 20 degrees above.0....
313723d. (Adams Papers)
Heard old Parson Wibird, preach from Luke. XIX. 10. For the Son of man is come to seek and to...
3138[September 1788] (Adams Papers)
Rain. Pass’d the evening with Stacey. Finished Hume and Blackstone. Little &c. I went over the...
313920th. (Adams Papers)
Snow’d almost all day. White set out early in the morning for Haverhill; his sister is to be...
31406th. (Adams Papers)
Visited young Mr. Chaumont in the morning, who arrived a few days since from Philadelphia. I went...
31418th. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Went in the forenoon and took a walk. Mr. D. went out in the afternoon. Went and walked in the...
314213th. (Adams Papers)
No reciting, this morning: was employ’d all day in mathematical Studies, of which I begin to grow...
314310th. (Adams Papers)
The weather cleared up this morning; but the wind was so high, and the snow so deep; that Mr....
314422d. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
This day a french Gentleman dined with us. Mr. D went and took a walk in the forenoon. Mr. Artaud...
314510th. (Adams Papers)
In the forenoon I went, and sat about an hour with Mr. King. Mr. Gerry was sitting at the grand...
31463d. (Adams Papers)
We had a Lecture this morning upon Electricity; we received two small shocks, which however, gave...
314712th. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Receiv’d the news of a battle between the french and English fleets in the West Indies. Went to...
31484th. (Adams Papers)
Old Mr. Grand, and Dr. Bancroft. In the evening Mr. Chaumont and Mr. Franklin. Dr. Edward...
31492d. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
In the afternoon went with Mr. Artaud to Mr. Rimbert’s and to the Shops. Mr. D. went to Mr....
315025th. (Adams Papers)
Thayer and Charles returned from Scituate this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard came to pass the...