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6911774. Tuesday March 8. (Adams Papers)
Last Night 28 Chests and an half of Tea were drowned. On orders, according to the Boston Gazette...
6921774. Wednesday March 9th. (Adams Papers)
Returned from Charlestown Court with Coll. Tyng of Dunstable, who told me some Anecdotes of...
6931774. Fryday March 11th. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Charlestown with Mr. Thomas Russell, with Mr. Temple, Mr. Jacob Rowe, Mr. Nicholls, Mr....
694Saturday. March 12. (Adams Papers)
There has been and is a Party in the Nation, a very small one indeed, who have pretended to be...
6951774 Sunday. March 13. (Adams Papers)
Heard Mr. Lothrop Lathrop in the Forenoon and Dr. Cooper in the Afternoon. Last evening Justice...
Rode with Brother Josiah Quincy to Ipswich Court. Arrived at Piemonts in Danvers, in good order...
Rode to Ipswich and put up at the old Place, Treadwells. The old Lady has got a new Copy of her...
A dull Day. My Head is empty, but my Heart is full. I am wanted at my Office, but not wanted...
6991774. Thursday March 31. (Adams Papers)
Let me ask my own Heart, have I patience, and Industry enough to write an History of the Contest...
The River has been universally called and known by the Name of Merrimack and by no other, from...
701[June 1774] (Adams Papers)
At Piemonts in Danvers, bound to Ipswich. There is a new, and a grand Scene open before me—a...
702June 20th. 1774. Monday. (Adams Papers)
At Piemonts in Danvers, bound to Ipswich. There is a new, and a grand Scene open before me—a...
7031774. June 25th. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Since the Court adjourned without Day this afternoon I have taken a long Walk, through the Neck...
704[August 1774] (Adams Papers)
The committee for the Congress took their departure from Boston, from Mr. Cushing’s house, and...
The committee for the Congress took their departure from Boston, from Mr. Cushing’s house, and...
70615. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Silas Deane, of Wethersfield, came over to Hartford to see us. He is a gentleman of a liberal...
7071774 Aug. 15. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Last Evening, after spending the Evening at the Meeting House to hear the Singing, We were...
7081774 Aug. 16. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning Dr. Elliot Rawson, Mr. Allsop, Mr. Mortimer, and others the Committee of...
We are told here that New York are now well united and very firm. This Morning Roger Sherman...
7101774 Aug. 18. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Badcock is of the same Mind with Major Hawley, that a Non Importation and Non Consumption...
7111774. Aug. 19. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Rode to Fitch’s of Stamford, where we breakfasted. Rode to Havilands of Rye, the first Town in...
7121774 Aug. 20. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Lodged at Cocks at Kingsbridge, a pretty Place—Uncas River running before the Door and verdant...
7131774. Aug. 21. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Went to Meeting at the old Presbyterian Society, where Dr. Pemberton formerly preached. We heard...
7141774. Aug. 22. Monday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning We took Mr. McDougal into our Coach and rode three Miles out of Town, to Mr. Morine...
7151774 Aug. 23. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
We went upon the new Dutch Church Steeple and took a View of the City. You have a very fine View...
7161774 Aug. 24. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
This Day Cushing and Paine went over to Long Island to dine with Phill. Livingston. Adams and I...
7171774 Aug. 25. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Mathew Cushing came and escorted Us into Trinity Church and Church Yard. Under the Chancell...
7181774 Aug. 26. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning We went to see the City Hall, the Chamber where the Supream Court sitts, and that...
7191774 Aug. 27. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Went to view the City of Brunswick, there is a Church of England, a Dutch Church and a...
7201774 Aug. 28. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Heard Dr. Witherspoon all Day. A clear, sensible, Preacher. Mr. Mason came to see us. We sent a...