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In enclosing to you a letter for my Mother, and one for my Son George, I feel the duty of adding...
In the course of the last week I received your kind favour of the 15th: instt: which in assuring...
1460310th. (Adams Papers)
I went with Townsend in the forenoon to hear Parson Tucker; he gave us an excellent discourse...
Since I wrote you last I am informed that the French Directory have ordered Mr. Pinckney to leave...
1460528th. (Adams Papers)
I finished reading Bacon’s pleas and pleading: but the subject is so knotty that I must at some...
After a passage of fifty days from Cowes, we have this day landed from the Ship Washington; all...
14607Tuesday. 28th. (Adams Papers)
The forenoon we went to see the Monuments in Westminster Abbey: we saw a great Collection of...
14608[August 1785] (Adams Papers)
Return’d to the City at 7 in the morning. Breakfasted with Mr. Jarvis in William Street. Mr....
1460918th. (Adams Papers)
This morning I perceived a deal of stirring in the Streets; and was finally informed that the...
146108. (Adams Papers)
Company afternoon. Angier.
1461122d. (Adams Papers)
We assembled this evening at Thompson’s. Mr. Greenleaf called in and past an hour with us. He was...
14612Sunday Novr. 2. 1783. (Adams Papers)
I went this forenoon to take a view of St. Paul’s Church, which is the largest, and most...
About a month after I last took my leave of you in New York, I sailed from Boston, and after a...
1461428th. (Adams Papers)
I wrote off my piece for Commencement this forenoon, and carried it to Mr. Reed for his...
1461525th. (Adams Papers)
Christmas day. Parson Bass, preached a sermon, but I did not go to hear him. I dined with...
14616Friday September 12th. (Adams Papers)
I left Braintree to return to Newbury-Port. Found Bridge in Boston. Dined at Mr. Smith’s. We left...
We have received your letter of the 12th: to Mrs. Adams, but that which you mention as having...
1461818th. (Adams Papers)
Took a long walk with Cranch this afternoon. Foster took charge of the theses and of my letter,...
Yesterday, being in Boston on some business, I received your letter of the 26th: with the...
“Why was that fair flower blasted so soon”?—The last letter which I have had the consolation of...
I received last Evening your favour of the 23d:—The appointment of Mr. Schenck had been two or...
I have already written you respecting the private business upon which I was commissioned by your...
From the cloister at Grüssau (the day before yesterday) we returned to dine with Mr Ruck at...
Col. Aspinwall who arrived here a few days since, and delivered to me your two kind favours of...
146258th. (Adams Papers)
I did not attend meeting this day. We had a thunder shower in the afternoon. Tired to death of...
There was a rose-bud, of your own drawing, enclosed in one of your last Letters—whether you sent...
Captain Thomas of the Express, a vessel belonging to Mr: W. R. Gray arrived here a few days ago,...
1462822d. (Adams Papers)
My Cousins went in the morning down to Mrs. Quincy’s, and in the afternoon to Milton. I remain’d...
146292d. Monday. (Adams Papers)
This day the eldest Mr. Montréal came and dined with us. In the afternoon Mr. D. went and took a...
On the 5th. of last month I received your Letter dated on the first and have been in expectation...
On my arrival in this Country, I received your favour of 3. April last, enclosing a copy of the...
Since I wrote you last I have not heard directly from you although an interval of several weeks...
1463328th. (Adams Papers)
Parson Hilliard preach’d us a Sermon in the morning from Isaiah LIV. 14. In righteousness shalt...
1463425th. (Adams Papers)
Christmas day; and one of the coldest, we have had this Season. The snow which has fallen, will...
1463512th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Cranch and his Son went to Boston this morning: my Cousin proposes to go this night to...
14636Thursday. August 25th. 1785. (Adams Papers)
St. Louis’s day, a great holiday all over France, because it is the fête of their king’s patron....
Your Letter of the 19th: of Last Month, informing me of your admission to the University gave me...
1463818th. (Adams Papers)
The Weather extremely warm, all day. I Dined at Mr. Dana’s. Parson Hilliard gave us two Sermons,...
14639Wednesday August 1st. 1787. (Adams Papers)
Tom set out this morning for Haverhill. I expected to be there before now; but one thing and...
Last night I received your letters of the 14th and 15th. You make me a great number of questions...
1464127th. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Dined this day at Mr. Rimbert’s with Mr. D. and Mr. Artaud. Rainy weather.
Thomas J. Hellan is to be offered as a Candidate for admission at Harvard University this year—I...
1464331st. (Adams Papers)
Paris in the afternoon. French Theatre. Abdir, and le Roi de Cocagne. Abdir is a new piece. This...
1464415th. (Adams Papers)
This morning my brother Charles and Cousin Cranch, came from Cambridge to see us. I at length...
Mr Cobbett whose political opinions, as you know have undergone some changes since he was...
1464617th. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Stay’d at home all day. Mr. D. went and took a walk in the afternoon. Very bad weather.
1464722d. (Adams Papers)
White and Cranch went to Brain tree this morning, and intend to stay there till Saturday night....
1464812th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. A. Dined in Paris at the Duke of Dorset’s. Very cold weather: as much so, I think, as any, we...
146495th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Thaxter came and dined with us, to day, the first time he has been to see us, since Mr. Shaw...
Major Swett, being about to embark for Boston, in the Galen, has been good enough to take charge...