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23126th. (Adams Papers)
In the afternoon, I took a walk with Thompson, to see Little. He has the small pox full, upon him...
23225th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Webber preach’d here, for Mr. Andrews; and I was much pleased with his discourses. They were...
23324th. (Adams Papers)
Pickman went to Salem this morning. In the evening, I took a long walk with Thompson, down...
23423d. (Adams Papers)
Continual North east winds have prevailed for a week past. This evening, I past, with Thompson at...
23522d. (Adams Papers)
I was up before eight, and had not slept well, even the short Time I was in bed; I felt stiff and...
23621st. (Adams Papers)
I walk’d with Pickman in the evening to Sawyer’s; where we drank tea; and made it almost ten...
23720th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Parsons had the frame of his House raised, and was consequently very busy. Walk’d with...
23819th. (Adams Papers)
Began upon the second book of Hawkins. The first treats of all offences, against the public; and...
23918th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. McKeen of Beverley preached at Mr. Carey’s this day. I attended to hear him. His discourses...
24017th. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Judge Greenleaf’s with Pickman and Thompson. Two Miss Dalton’s were there; and Miss...