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491Wednesday May 7. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Mr. Caluns Calonne’s .
492Thursday May 8. (Adams Papers)
The Duke de la Vauguion and Mr. Hartley, Mr. Laurens and Jay, Mr. Barclay and Ridley, dined with...
493Fryday May 9. (Adams Papers)
Dined with Mr. Laurens, with a large Company. The M. de la Fayette shewed me, the Beginning of an...
494Saturday. May. 10. (Adams Papers)
Dined with the M. de la Fayette, with a large American Company.
495Monday May. 19. (Adams Papers)
The American Ministers met Mr. Hartley at my House, and he shewed Us his Commission and We shewed...
496Tuesday May 20. (Adams Papers)
Saw Philadelphia Papers to the 12 of April. The Corvette dispatched from Cadiz by the Comte...
497Wednesday. May 21. (Adams Papers)
What is it, in the Air, which burns? When We blow a Spark with the Bellows, it spreads. We force...
498May 22. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning I drew the following Letters to be laid before the Ministers this Evening. We have...
4991783 May 23. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Last Evening, the American Ministers and Secretary met, again at my House, and signed the Letters...
5001783 Sunday May 25. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Hartley came in, and shew me a Letter concerning his Beloved Sister whose Case is very...
501Monday May 26. (Adams Papers)
I hope for News to day, from the Hague. Probably concerning the sailing date of P. J. van...
502[June 1783] (Adams Papers)
The Loadstone is in Possession of the most remarkable, wonderfull and misterious Property in...
5031783 June 1. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
The Loadstone is in Possession of the most remarkable, wonderfull and misterious Property in...
5041783 June [8]. (Adams Papers)
Went to Versailles on the Day of Pentecôte.
505June 17. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Went to Versailles, had a Conference with the C omte de V ergennes .—Made my Court with the Corps...
506Wednesday. June 18. (Adams Papers)
Visited the Duke de la Vauguion, and had a long Conversation with him. He was glad to hear I had...
The Processions were less brillant than ordinary on Account of the Storm. Went with Mr. Hartley...
508[July 1783] (Adams Papers)
I satt off in October for Paris where I arrived on the 26th of Oct. 1782, where the Peace has...
509The Hague July 23 1783. (Adams Papers)
I satt off in October for Paris where I arrived on the 26th of Oct. 1782, where the Peace has...
Upon our Return to Massachusetts, I found myself elected by the Town of Braintree into the...
511[In Congress, May 1775] (Adams Papers)
Congress assembled and proceeded to Business, and the Members appeared to me to be of one Mind,...
This Measure of Imbecility, the second Petition to the King embarrassed every Exertion of...
513[August 1775] (Adams Papers)
I have always imputed the Loss of Charleston, and of the brave Officers and Men who fell there,...
At the appointed time, We returned to Philadelphia and Congress were reassembled. Mr. Richard...
In the Course of this Winter appeared a Phenomenon in Philadelphia a Star of Disaster (Disastrous...
I was incessantly employed, through the whole Fall, Winter and Spring of 1775 and 1776 in...
The Committee for preparing the Model of a Treaty to be proposed to France consisted of When We...
I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted. On the 18th of September 1775. It was...
On Wednesday November 29. 1775. (See Journals of Congress for the Year 1775 page 272. and 273.)...
520[Wednesday June 12. 1776] (Adams Papers)
On Wednesday June 12. 1776 Congress resolved, That a Committee of Congress be appointed by the...
521[Thursday October 5. 1775]. (Adams Papers)
On Thursday October 5. 1775. See the Journals. Sundry Letters from London were laid before...
522[Fryday October 6. 1775.] (Adams Papers)
Fryday October 6. 1775. The Committee appointed to prepare a Plan &c. brought in a further report...
523[Fryday October 13. 1775.] (Adams Papers)
Fryday October 13. 1775. The Congress taking into Consideration the report of the Committee...
Monday October 30th. 1775. The Committee appointed to prepare an Estimate, and to fit out the...
525[Thursday November 2. 1775] (Adams Papers)
On Thursday November 2. 1775 Congress resolved that the Committee appointed to carry into...
526[8th of November 1775] (Adams Papers)
On the 8th of November 1775 Congress resolved, that the Bills of Sale of the Vessells ordered to...
527[10th of November 1775] (Adams Papers)
On the 10th of November 1775 Congress resolved that two Battalions of Marines be raised,...
528[17th of November 1775.] (Adams Papers)
On the 17th of November 1775. A Letter from Gen. Washington, inclosing a Letter and Journal of...
Thursday. November 23. 1775. The Committee for fitting out armed Vessells laid before Congress, a...
Saturday November 25. 1775. Congress resumed the consideration of the report of the Committee on...
On Tuesday November 28. 1775. The Congress resumed the Consideration of the Rules and Orders for...
532[Fryday June 2. 1775.] (Adams Papers)
On Fryday June 2. 1775. Journals of Congress, page 112. The President laid before Congress a...
Saturday June the 3d 1775. Congress however ordered the Letter to lie under on the Table for...
534[Wednesday June 7. 1775.] (Adams Papers)
On Wednesday June 7. 1775. On motion resolved, that Thursday the 20th. of July next be observed...
535[Fryday June 9th. 1775.] (Adams Papers)
On Fryday June 9th. 1775. The report of the Committee on the Letter from the Convention of...
On Wednesday October 18. 1775. The Delegates from New Hampshire laid before the Congress a part...
On Thursday October 26. 1775. The Subject again brought on the Carpet, and the same discussions...
538[November 4th. 1775] (Adams Papers)
On November 4th. 1775 The Committee appointed to take into Consideration the State of South...
539[Sixth of December 1775] (Adams Papers)
About the sixth of December 1775, I obtained Leave of Congress to visit my Family and returned...
I returned to my daily routine of Service in the Board of War, and a punctual Attendance on...