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1 Adams, John [April 1775] 1775-04-30 Heard Mr. Strong all Day. At Night, a Man came in and inform’d us of the Death of Josa....
2 Adams, John [1775. April 30th. Sunday.] 1775-04-30 Heard Mr. Strong all Day. At Night, a Man came in and inform’d us of the Death of Josa....
3 Adams, John Massachusetts General Court [Account with Massachusetts as a Delegate to the … 1775-04-01 £ s d To the Hire of two Horses at £10 each 20: 0: 0 To the Hire of a Sulky £8:0s:0d 8: 0: 0 To...
4 Adams, John Bass, Joseph [Account with Joseph Bass.] 1775-04-26 £ s d May 31. 1775 pd. Jos. Bass a Dollar 0: 6: 0 pd. him before 2 Dollars 0: 12: 0 pd. him...
5 Adams, John 1775. Aug. 28. 1775-08-28 Took with me £70:0:0 consisting in £62:10 Pen. Currency in Paper Bills and £20 L.M of Mass, in...
6 Adams, John Massachusetts General Court [Account with Massachusetts as a Delegate to the … 1775-08-28 1775 Aug. 28th. £ s d pd. at Davis’s at Roxbury for Oats 0: 0: 8 pd. at Watertown for Horses...
7 Adams, John [September 1775] 1775-09-03 At Woodstock. Heard Mr. Learned Leonard from Is. 32:16. The Work of Righteousness is Peace, and...
8 Adams, John 1775 September 3d. 1775-09-03 At Woodstock. Heard Mr. Learned Leonard from Is. 32:16. The Work of Righteousness is Peace, and...
9 Adams, John 1775. Septr. 15. Fryday. 1775-09-15 Archibald Bullock and John Houstoun Esquires, and the Revd. Dr. Zubly, appear as Delegates from...
10 Adams, John 1775 Sept. 16. Saturday. 1775-09-16 Walking to the Statehouse this Morning, I met Mr. Dickinson, on Foot in Chesnut Street. We met,...
11 Adams, John 1775 Septr. 17th. Sunday. 1775-09-17 Mr. Smith, Mr. Imlay and Mr. Hanson, breakfasted with us. Smith is an Englishman, Imlay and...
12 Adams, John 1775 Septr. 18. Monday. 1775-09-18 This Morning John McPherson Esq. came to my Lodging, and requested to speak with me in Private....
13 Adams, John 1775 Septr. 19. Tuesday. 1775-09-19 This Morning Mr. Henry Hill with his Brother Nat. Barrett came to visit us. Paine introduced him...
14 Adams, John 1775. Septr. 20. Wednesday. 1775-09-20 Took a Walk in Company with Govr. Ward, Mr. Gadsden and his Son, and Mr. S. Adams, to a little...
15 Adams, John 1775. Septr. 21. Thursday. 1775-09-21 The famous Partisan Major Rogers came to our Lodgings to make Us a Visit. He has been in...
16 Adams, John 1775. Fryday. Septr. 22. 1775-09-22 Mr. Gordon spent the Evening here.
17 Adams, John 1775. Saturday. Septr. 23. 1775-09-23 Mr. Gordon came and told us News, opened his Budget.—Ethan Allen with 500 green mountain Boys,...
18 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Continental Congress] 1775. … 1775-09-23 S amuel A dams moved, upon Mifflins Letter, that a Sum be advanced from the Treasury for Mifflin...
19 Adams, John 1775. Septr. 24. Sunday. 1775-09-24 Dyer is very sanguine that the 2 De Witts, one of Windham, the other of Norwich, will make Salt...
20 Adams, John 1775. Septr. 25. Monday. 1775-09-25 Rode out of Town and dined with Mr. Macpherson. He has the most elegant Seat in Pensilvania, a...
21 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Continental Congress] 1775 … 1775-09-24 An Uneasiness, among some of the Members concerning a Contract with Willing & Morris, for Powder,...
22 Adams, John 1775 Septr. 26. Tuesday. 1775-09-26 Wrote to Mrs. A. and Mr. and Mrs. W. The letter to AA is in the Adams Papers and is unpublished;...
23 Adams, John 1775. Septr. 27. Wednesday. 1775-09-27 Mr. Bullock and Mr. Houstoun, the Gentlemen from Georgia, invited S.A. and me to spend the...
24 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Continental Congress] 1775. … 1775-09-27 Willing in favour of Mr. Purveyances Petition. Harrison vs. it. Willing thinks the Non...
25 Adams, John 1775. Sept. 28. Thursday. 1775-09-28 The Congress, and the Assembly of this Province were invited to make an Excursion upon Delaware...
26 Adams, John [October 1775] 1775-10-04 Johnson. I should be for the Resolutions about Imports and Exports, standing, till further order....
27 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Continental Congress] Oct. 3 … 1775-10-04 Johnson. I should be for the Resolutions about Imports and Exports, standing, till further order....
28 Adams, John [Notes of Debates, Continued] Octr. 5. 1775-10-05 Gadsden. I wish we may confine ourselves to one Point. Let the Point be whether We shall shut up...
29 Adams, John [Notes of Debates, Continued] Octr. 6. 1775-10-06 Chase. I dont think the Resolution goes far enough. Ld. Dunmore has been many Months committing...
30 Adams, John [Notes of Debates, Continued] Octr. 7. 1775-10-07 Chase. It is the maddest Idea in the World, to think of building an American Fleet. Its Latitude...
31 Adams, John [Notes of Debates, Continued] Octr. 10. 1775-10-10 Who shall have the Appointment of the Officers in the 2 Battallions to be raised in New Jersey?...
32 Adams, John [Notes of Debates, Continued] Oct. 12. 1775-10-12 Report, on Trade, considered in a Committee of the whole. Lee. It has been moved to bring the...
33 Adams, John [Notes of Debates, Continued] Octr. 13. 1775-10-13 R. Livingston. Hopes the whole Matter will be putt off. Is willing as it seems the general sense,...
34 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Continental Congress] Oct. 20. 1775-10-20 Deane. Their Plunder only afforded one Meal of fresh meat for the privates. All the rest was...
35 Adams, John [Notes of Debates, Continued] Octr. 21. 1775-10-21 Zubly. We cant do without Powder, Intelligence, Druggs. Georgia must have an Indian War, if they...
36 Adams, John Octr. 25th. 1775. Wednesday. 1775-10-25 Mr. Duane told me at the Funeral of our late virtuous and able President that he, Mr. Duane, had...
37 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Continental Congress] 1775. … 1775-10-27 R. R. Livingston. Cloathing will rise tho Provisions will fall. Labourers will be discharged. One...
38 Adams, John 1775. Octr. 29. Sunday. 1775-10-29 Paine brought in a large Sample of Salt Petre, made in this City, by Mr. Ripsama. It is very...
39 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Continental Congress] 1775. … 1775-10-30 Ross. We cant get Seamen to man 4 Vessells. We could not get Seamen to mann our Boats, our...
40 Adams, John [November 1775] 1775-11-01  At the Rising Sun in Second Street between Market and Chestnut Streets. 2 ozs. Cinnamon £0: 6: 0...
41 Adams, John [List of Persons Suitable for Naval Commands, November … 1775-11-01 Captn. Isaac Sears Thos. Randall John Hanson Christopher Miller John Harrison. Dudley Saltonstall...
42 Adams, John [December 1775] 1775-12-09 Having Yesterday as ked and obtained Leave of Congress to go home, this Morning I mounted, with...
43 Adams, John 1775. Decr. 9th. 1775-12-09 Having Yesterday as ked and obtained Leave of Congress to go home, this Morning I mounted, with...
44 Adams, John 1775. Decr. 10. Sunday. 1775-12-10 Rode from Bristol to Trenton, breakfasted, rode to Princetown, and dined with a Captain Flahaven,...
45 Adams, John Bass, Joseph [Joseph Bass’ Bills to John and Samuel Adams.] 1775-12-21 AD 1775 Sepr. 11 For bording at Mr. Dibleys 0: 8: 5 Oct. For one pr. of Quality binding 0 4 0...
46 Adams, John [January 1776] 1776-01-03 This heading without text is the last entry in D/JA/24. After a week in Braintree JA resumed his...
47 Adams, John 1776 Jany. 3d. Wednesday. 1776-01-03 This heading without text is the last entry in D/JA/24. After a week in Braintree JA resumed his...
48 Adams, John 1776. January 24. Wednesday. 1776-01-24 Began my Journey to Phildelphia, dined at C olonel Mifflins at Cambridge with G. Washington, and...
49 Adams, John 1776. Jany. 25. Thursday. 1776-01-25 About 10 Mr. Gerry called me, and we rode to Framingham, where We dined. Coll. Buckminster after...
50 Adams, John 1776 Jany 26. Fryday. 1776-01-26 Stopped at Sternes’s Stearns’s in Worcester, and dined with Mr. Lincoln at Mr. Jonathan...