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286110th. (Adams Papers)
At about 12 o’clock, I went down to Mr. Thaxter’s Office. And soon after I went with him, and...
286211th. (Adams Papers)
The weather begins to grow Cold: and the winter is advancing with hasty strides. In the afternoon...
286312th. (Adams Papers)
There were not those effects which I expected from last Night’s frolic. Though Miss Nancy was not...
286413th. (Adams Papers)
Miss Nancy, My Brother and myself dined with Mr. Dodge, to day: Mr. Thaxter was there. He went...
286514th. (Adams Papers)
Dined this day at Judge Sargeants. Mr. Payson, his Son in Law, Mr. Thaxter, and my brother were...
286615th. (Adams Papers)
We had this day, two young Gentlemen, to dine with us. Mr. Saml. Brooks from the Academy, at...
286716th. (Adams Papers)
We had no minister to day, at our meeting house. Nancy went to the other in the forenoon, and...
286817th. (Adams Papers)
There happened a very considerable alteration in the weather, during the course of the last...
286918th. (Adams Papers)
This morning I rose about half an hour before the Sun, and walk’d two or three miles before...
287019th. (Adams Papers)
We went out between 9 and 10 this morning, in order to take, a walk, and look at the troops, for...