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1051Feb. 5. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
The Duke de Rochefoucault, Mr. Turgot, Abbe Rochon and De la Roche, dined here.
10521779. Feb. 8. (Adams Papers)
In Conversation with Dr. Franklin, in the Morning I gave him my Opinion, of Mr. Deanes Address to...
10531779 Feb. 9. (Adams Papers)
Abbe C . Any Thing to divert Melancholly, and to sooth an aking Heart. The Uncandor, the...
As your Excellency reads English perfectly well, my first Request is that you would not...
10551779. Feb. 11. (Adams Papers)
When I arrived in France, the French Nation had a great many Questions to settle. The first...
1056Feb. 11. 1779. (Adams Papers)
It is my indispensable Duty, to tell the Comte de Vergennes that I think one great Cause of this...
1057Feb. 12. (Adams Papers)
My Mind has been in such a State, since the Appearance of Mr. Deanes Address to the People, as it...
1058Feby. 13. (Adams Papers)
There is no such Thing as human Wisdom. All is the Providence of God. Perhaps few Men have...
1059[March 1779] (Adams Papers)
Went to Versailles, in order to take Leave of the Ministry. Had a long Conversation, with the...
10601779 March 3. (Adams Papers)
Went to Versailles, in order to take Leave of the Ministry. Had a long Conversation, with the...
10611779. March 4. (Adams Papers)
Walked with Mr. Jennings to Calvare, with my son. Edmund Jenings (1731–1819) is an obscure but...
10621779 March 12. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
About one O Clock arrived at Nantes at L’hotelle de la Comedie, Rue, after a Journey of near five...
1063[April 1779] (Adams Papers)
At Nantes, Hotel de la Comedie, Rue Bignonestar.... Walked, this Morning with my Son over all the...
10641779. April 14. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
At Nantes, Hotel de la Comedie, Rue Bignonestar.... Walked, this Morning with my Son over all the...
10651779. April 15. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Dined at home.
106616. (Adams Papers)
Dined with Mr. Williams. Mr. Johnson there. Walked after dinner along the River, and about the Town.
106717. (Adams Papers)
Yesterday and to day in the forenoon, assisted my Son in translating Cicero’s first Phillippick...
1068Ap. 18. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Mr. Schweighaussers. About six O Clock in the Evening, Captain Landais came into my...
10691779. April 22nd. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Yesterday Morning, embarked at Nantes, with Mr. Hill, the first Lieutenant, and Mr. Parks, who is...
1070Ap. 23. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
A violent Wind, and Rain.
107124. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
The same.
1072Ap. 25. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Fair Weather again. My Time has been employed since I have been on board, in writing Answers to...
1073Ap. 26. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Spent the Morning in translating with my Son the Carmen Seculare, and the Notes. There is a...
10741779 Ap. 28. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Went up to Nantes from Minden or St. Nazare, before Wind and Tide in 4 Hours. This Morning by C...
1075[May 1779] (Adams Papers)
Mr. Odea of Paimbœuf, Coll. Wibirt and Mr. Ford, dined in the Cabin. O. speaks English perfectly,...
Mr. Odea of Paimbœuf, Coll. Wibirt and Mr. Ford, dined in the Cabin. O. speaks English perfectly,...
10771779. May 9. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
The Pilot came on Board this Morning from St. Nazare, and pronounced it unsafe to go out, with...
1078Monday May. 10. (Adams Papers)
This Morning the Wind at S.E. The Pilot came on board, the Alliance unmoored and set Sail, for...
10791779. Tuesday. May 11. (Adams Papers)
Sailing by Belisle, which the English took last War after a Defence of Six Weeks with about 900...
1080Wednesday May 12th. (Adams Papers)
L andais is jealous of every Thing. Jealous of every Body, of all his Officers, all his...
1081Thursday. May 13th. (Adams Papers)
Went on Shore and dined with Captain Jones at the Epèe Royal. Mr. Amiel, Mr. Dick, Dr. Brooke,...
1082May 14. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
On Board all day, ill of a Cold. Many Gentlemen came on board to visit me. A Dr. Brooks, Surgeon...
108315 May. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Went on Shore, and dined with Captain Jones at the Mess, at L’Epee Royale. Mr. Hill, Capt....
1084May 16. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Went on Shore, and dined with Mr. Moylan. Jones, Landais, Chaumont Pere et Fils, Moylan Frere,...
1085May 17. Monday. (Adams Papers)
L. gave Us an Account of St. George at Paris, a Molatto Man, Son of a former Governor of...
1086May 18 Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
On Board all day, reading Don Quixot. Surviving among JA ’s books in the Boston Public Library...
1087May 19. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Pleasant. My State is tedious enough, waiting for the Chevalier, and loosing Time and Wind....
10881779 May 20. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Went ashore, met a Servant of Mr. Chaumont on the Wharf, who presented me his Masters Compliments...
108921. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Ingraham and Mr. Merrick dined with me, in the Cabbin.
109022 Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Went ashore. Dr. W indship revealed to me, a Secret concerning the Parson.—Good God! ... He is...
109123d. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Waited in the Morning on Mr. Chaumont, agreed to go tomorrow Morning, on board the Sensible to...
109224. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Went with Mr. Chaumont to make my Visit to the Captain of the Sensible, the Frigate in which I am...
1093[June 1779] (Adams Papers)
Dined on Shore at the Coffee House with Jones, Landais, the two Aids de Camp of the Marquis de la...
10941779 June 1st. (Adams Papers)
Dined on Shore at the Coffee House with Jones, Landais, the two Aids de Camp of the Marquis de la...
1095June 2d. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Dined on Board the Sensible, at the Invitation of the Captn. Mr. Chavan Chavagnes , with Mr....
10961779. June 8. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Yesterday I sent one Boat with some of my Things, and this Morning another with the Remainder, on...
10971779 Saturday [12 June]. (Adams Papers)
Last night, the Chevalier de La Luzerne arrived, and took Lodgings at the Epee Royal, in a...
10981779. June 17. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
At 6 O Clock this Morning, Monsieur Chavan, Capitain of the Sensible, sent his Canot, on Shore...
10991779. June 18. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning, the Monsieur a french Privateer, which sailed out from L’orient as We went into it...
11001779. June 18. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
The orders are to breakfast at 10., dine at 5. and sup at 10.