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3101 Adams, John Quincy 14th. 1785-04-14 Marquis de la Fayette and his Lady, Count and Countess d’Ouradou the Abbés de Chalût and Arnoux...
3102 Adams, John Quincy [July 1783] 1783-07-14 Je fus à Delft avec Monsr. Fitch et sa compagnie, qui partent pour L’Angleterre. Most likely...
3103 Adams, John Quincy 29th. 1788-05-29 Club at Thompson’s this evening. Putnam inform’d us, he must leave us at a quarter before nine. I...
3104 Adams, John Quincy [October 1783] 1783-10-17 Diné chéz M: l’Abbé de Chalut. Left Auteuil, with my Father, for London, at about 9 o’clock in...
3105 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday January 1st. 1788. 1788-01-01 Pass’d the day and evening at the office. Read at my own lodgings till one o’clock in the...
3106 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1788-06-19 The Stage was full from Portsmouth and consequently I could not obtain a seat. I could not think...
3107 Adams, John Quincy Saturday 23d. 1780-09-23 Went to Pappa’s house, stay’d there till about half after eight O clock and then we went back to...
3108 Adams, John Quincy [August 1784] 1784-08-08 Left London, travelled to Sittingbourne. 43. miles. In the latter part of Dec. 1783, JA and JQA...
3109 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1783-01-19 We arrived at Drolhetta at about 5. o’clock this afternoon, but at the last post we were obliged...
3110 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1788-07-09 Doctor Leonard came here in the morning: this gentleman came as a passenger with Callahan. He...
3111 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1788-06-23 A second lighter came up this day with things from the ship. We were very busy in unpacking...
3112 Adams, John Quincy [10th.–]11th. [Monday–]Tuesday. 1783-02-10 Last evening at about 10 o’clock I went to a Mascarade Ball which we had in Town. As it was but...
3113 Adams, John Quincy 4. 1783-09-04 Dined at Mr. Hartley’s.
3114 Adams, John Quincy 29th. 1787-03-29 I went this evening with Bridge, and pass’d half an hour at Mr. Wigglesworth’s. Ned is very ill...
3115 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1783-01-23 We dined at Mr. Williamson’s; a merchant of this place; in the evening we went to the assembly...
3116 Adams, John Quincy 13th. 1788-07-13 Weather still extremely warm. I heard Parson Wibird. Mr. Q. Thaxter was at meeting in the...
3117 Adams, John Quincy Thursday 30th. 1779-12-30 This morning we all got up at 3 o clock but did not set out till 7. We went over several...
3118 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1787-04-19 Between 10 and 11 this morning I set off with Vose and Lloyd, and Clark, and arrived at Plymouth,...
3119 Adams, John Quincy 16th. 1787-11-16 I finished the second volume of Blackstone, and began upon the third which treats of private...
3120 Adams, John Quincy 15th. Saturd. 1783-02-15 Having left Helsingborg this morning at about 10’ o’clock, we pass’d the Sound and at about 11....
3121 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1788-08-03 I heard Mr. Andrews preach. About as long as he was last Sunday. I think he is gaining ground in...
3122 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1787-05-09 Mr. Wigglesworth gave a private lecture this morning, and we had likewise a philosophical lecture...
3123 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1787-12-06 Spent the evening with Thompson and Little, at Putnam’s lodgings. We conversed upon a diversity...
3124 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1787-04-23 Rambling about with my gun all the forenoon; but with little success: went and dined at my uncle...
3125 Adams, John Quincy 20th. 1787-11-20 Proceed slowly in the third volume of Blackstone. As this is the most important author of all...
3126 Adams, John Quincy Aug. 15th. Friday. 1783-08-15 This day I dined at Passy at Dr. Franklin’s with a numerous Company. In the evening I went to the...
3127 Adams, John Quincy 13th. 1787-05-13 The storm continued violent through the whole day. The rain pour’d down, with as much force, as...
3128 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1787-12-10 This forenoon Townsend, sat off for Boston. Mr. Parsons intended to have gone likewise, as the...
3129 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1786-04-19 Drizzling, misty weather all day. Did not stir out of the house. Amused myself with reading,...
3130 Adams, John Quincy 16th. 1786-11-16 The weather begins to grow very cold: it has been remarkably fine all this fall. Mrs. Cranch...
3131 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1787-06-03 Attended meeting in the forenoon. Sacrament day: I went to dine at Judge Dana’s: soon after I got...
3132 Adams, John Quincy 28th. Sunday. 1782-04-28 This forenoon I went with Mr. D. to the Hotel of the Marquis de Verac, and from thence to that of...
3133 Adams, John Quincy Aug. 22d. Friday. 1783-08-22 This forenoon at 11 o’clock, I went, in Company with My Lord Ancram, Mr. Stewart and my father to...
3134 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1786-05-09 We had this afternoon a public Lecture upon Divinity. It is a pretty common Custom among the...
3135 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1786-12-06 The Weather fair, but the Snow, which drifted a great deal, is in some places so deep, that it is...
3136 Adams, John Quincy 18th. Saturday. 1782-05-18 In the forenoon Mr. D. went and took a ride. Cloudy weather. Thermometer 20 degrees above.0....
3137 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1786-04-23 Heard old Parson Wibird, preach from Luke. XIX. 10. For the Son of man is come to seek and to...
3138 Adams, John Quincy [September 1788] 1788-09-01 Rain. Pass’d the evening with Stacey. Finished Hume and Blackstone. Little &c. I went over the...
3139 Adams, John Quincy 20th. 1786-11-20 Snow’d almost all day. White set out early in the morning for Haverhill; his sister is to be...
3140 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1785-08-06 Visited young Mr. Chaumont in the morning, who arrived a few days since from Philadelphia. I went...
3141 Adams, John Quincy 8th. Saturday. 1782-06-08 Went in the forenoon and took a walk. Mr. D. went out in the afternoon. Went and walked in the...
3142 Adams, John Quincy 13th. 1786-05-13 No reciting, this morning: was employ’d all day in mathematical Studies, of which I begin to grow...
3143 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1786-12-10 The weather cleared up this morning; but the wind was so high, and the snow so deep; that Mr....
3144 Adams, John Quincy 22d. Wednesday. 1782-05-22 This day a french Gentleman dined with us. Mr. D went and took a walk in the forenoon. Mr. Artaud...
3145 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1785-08-10 In the forenoon I went, and sat about an hour with Mr. King. Mr. Gerry was sitting at the grand...
3146 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1786-06-03 We had a Lecture this morning upon Electricity; we received two small shocks, which however, gave...
3147 Adams, John Quincy 12th. Wednesday. 1782-06-12 Receiv’d the news of a battle between the french and English fleets in the West Indies. Went to...
3148 Adams, John Quincy 4th. 1785-01-04 Old Mr. Grand, and Dr. Bancroft. In the evening Mr. Chaumont and Mr. Franklin. Dr. Edward...
3149 Adams, John Quincy 2d. Tuesday. 1782-07-02 In the afternoon went with Mr. Artaud to Mr. Rimbert’s and to the Shops. Mr. D. went to Mr....
3150 Adams, John Quincy 25th. 1786-10-25 Thayer and Charles returned from Scituate this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard came to pass the...