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3151 Adams, John Quincy 19. 1788-10-19 Meeting to hear Mr. Wibird. W. Cranch. And rews .
3152 Adams, John Quincy [August 1780] 1780-08-01 This morning at about half after ten Mr. Jennings came here and at about half after eleven Pappa...
3153 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1785-07-23 After breakfast I went to see Coll. Monroe, and Mr. Hardy, of the Virginia delegation. Call’d...
3154 Adams, John Quincy 9. 1788-11-09 Parson Wibird dined at Mr. C’s. Folks came home.
3155 Adams, John Quincy [10th.] 1784-08-10 Tuesday 5. A. M. arrived at Calais, in the afternoon took Post, and went as far as Boulogne, 4....
3156 Adams, John Quincy 26th. 1788-02-26 This forenoon while I was at the office I received a billet from Mr. Dalton, with an invitation...
3157 Adams, John Quincy 23. 1788-10-23 Mr. Russell’s and returned at Night.
3158 Adams, John Quincy 16th. 1788-03-16 In the forenoon I attended at Mr. Carey’s meeting. The man that appeared in the pulpit I...
3159 Adams, John Quincy 13. 1788-11-13 Returned to Braintree in the forenoon.
3160 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1788-04-06 A Parson Allen preach’d this day for Mr. Carey. I went to hear him in the forenoon. His Sermon...
3161 Adams, John Quincy 3. 1788-12-03 Gibbon 5th. vol. 4th. gone which I much regret.
3162 Adams, John Quincy 20th. Thursday. 1788-03-20 We met this evening at Thompson’s. Pickman came; but rather late in the evening. Young Sawyer was...
3163 Adams, John Quincy Thursday Novr. 20th. 1783-11-20 Dined at Mr. Rogers’s.
3164 Adams, John Quincy Wednesday 2d of August 1780 1780-08-02 This Morning my Brother Charles went to find Mr. Bordly but he was not at home. Charles and I...
3165 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1788-04-10 From the divers interruptions which we met with in the course of the day, we did but little at...
3166 Adams, John Quincy 28. 1788-09-28 Meeting Forenoon. Mr. Marsh. L. White.
3167 Adams, John Quincy Friday 19th. 1779-11-19 12 o clock. The Gale continues. Nothing else remarkable. 6 o clock. The wind has abated a great...
3168 Adams, John Quincy 16th. 1787-01-16 Dined at Mr. Dana’s, and pass’d part of the evening with the Judge and his Lady at Mr. Gerry’s....
3169 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday Novr. 25th. 1783-11-25 Went to the Covent Garden Theatre, and saw the Castle of Andalusia, with the Devil upon two...
3170 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1787-02-06 This being the last day before the close of the vacation, I was part of the day employ’d in...
3171 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1787-10-03 Continued in the first volume of Blackstone. In the course of my reading this day; I came across...
3172 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday 23d. 1779-11-23 The weather is very much like that of the Bank. The Courier has taken two fish. At twelve o clock...
3173 Adams, John Quincy 20th. 1787-01-20 Snow’d all day. We were rather tired after our expedition. I have been idle; and do not by any...
3174 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1786-01-06 Went down in the Evening and was a couple of hours at Mr. White’s. They were to have had Company,...
3175 Adams, John Quincy 18th. Wednesday. 1782-09-18 This afternoon I went with Mr. D. and drank tea at Mr. Peyron’s. Cloudy Weather.
3176 Adams, John Quincy Thur 2d. 1779-12-02 A fresh breeze from the South. Continual Squalls thunder and lightning. 6 o clock PM. The weather...
3177 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1787-02-10 Very few of the students have arrived. Not more than 15 of our Class have yet appeared. The tea...
3178 Adams, John Quincy 28th. 1787-07-28 Writing all the forenoon. In the afternoon I went out, with my brother Tom, upon a shooting...
3179 Adams, John Quincy 8th. Tuesday. 1782-10-08 This day the French comedians play’d at the summer garden theatre. L’honnete criminel. Charles...
3180 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1786-01-10 Leonard White came up in the morning, and proposed to me, to make one of a small slaying party to...
3181 Adams, John Quincy 22d. Sunday. 1782-09-22 This forenoon Mr. D. went to the Marquis de Verac’s. The young Gentlemen from Mr. Rimbert’s came...
3182 Adams, John Quincy 17th. 1787-08-17 At home all the forenoon, reading Tom Jones, one of the best novels in the language. The scenes...
3183 Adams, John Quincy 15th. Friday. 1782-02-15 Fine weather all day. Thermometer at 28 degrees below.0. At the Academy it was 30. Finished the...
3184 Adams, John Quincy 12th. Saturday. 1782-10-12 Stay’d at home all day. Mr. D. unwell. Cloudy weather.
3185 Adams, John Quincy 8th. 1787-09-08 I arose in the morning quite refresh’d, and immediately after breakfast went and took my station...
3186 Adams, John Quincy 21st. 1787-08-21 Hazy weather again all the forenoon. I went and pass’d an hour with my friend White before...
3187 Adams, John Quincy 5th. Tuesday. 1782-03-05 Went to Mr. Wolff’s and to Mr. Rimbert’s in the afternoon to carry letters to be sent to Holland....
3188 Adams, John Quincy 2d Saturday. 1782-11-02 This morning at about 11 o’clock we set off from Wibourg for Frederichshamm; we rode all night...
3189 Adams, John Quincy John Quincy Adams, Notice at the sale of part of John … 1826-09-27 Terms of Sale, cash , to be paid on delivery of each Article—on Friday or Saturday the 29th. or...
3190 Adams, John Quincy 12th. 1787-09-12 Training day for the alarm list. From 16 to 60 years the inhabitants of this Common-wealth, are...
3191 Adams, John Quincy 26th. 1785-10-26 I was greatly disappointed to find, that neither of my Cousins nor my brother had any Letters for...
3192 Adams, John Quincy 18th. 1786-07-18 Rain’d a great part of the Day. Miss Hiller is only fourteen, her person comes very near to my...
3193 Adams, John Quincy 27th. Tuesday. 1782-08-27 Stay’d at home all day. Mr. D. took a ride in the afternoon. Rainy weather the greater part of...
3194 Adams, John Quincy 26th. 1785-03-26 Paris afternoon. Froullé, books upon astronomy. Went to see Mr. West and Mr. Waring but neither...
3195 Adams, John Quincy Saturday June the 23d 1781. 1781-06-23 This morning I went with Mr. Dana to the old Man House to buy a few things. We hear that a...
3196 Adams, John Quincy 15th. 1785-11-15 All day at home. My Uncle, was applied to last Saturday by a man, to do a little jobb for him, as...
3197 Adams, John Quincy 8th. 1786-08-08 Read through the remainder of the Dialogues, which Reid says, “prove by unanswerable arguments,...
3198 Adams, John Quincy 22d. 1786-07-22 Mr. Shaw went over to Weymouth. Mr. Cranch returned from Boston, and Mr. Standfast Smith came...
3199 Adams, John Quincy 11th. 1785-04-11 Dined with Mr. Adams at the Marquis de la Fayette’s. There was not much American Company: M: le...
3200 Adams, John Quincy Thursday July the 5th 1781. 1781-07-05 This morning I went to see when the boats go for Utrecht. Mr. Dana and Mr. Thaxter din’d at Mr....