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231 Adams, John Quincy 26th. 1788-05-26 In the afternoon, I took a walk with Thompson, to see Little. He has the small pox full, upon him...
232 Adams, John Quincy 25th. 1788-05-25 Mr. Webber preach’d here, for Mr. Andrews; and I was much pleased with his discourses. They were...
233 Adams, John Quincy 24th. 1788-05-24 Pickman went to Salem this morning. In the evening, I took a long walk with Thompson, down...
234 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1788-05-23 Continual North east winds have prevailed for a week past. This evening, I past, with Thompson at...
235 Adams, John Quincy 22d. 1788-05-22 I was up before eight, and had not slept well, even the short Time I was in bed; I felt stiff and...
236 Adams, John Quincy 21st. 1788-05-21 I walk’d with Pickman in the evening to Sawyer’s; where we drank tea; and made it almost ten...
237 Adams, John Quincy 20th. 1788-05-20 Mr. Parsons had the frame of his House raised, and was consequently very busy. Walk’d with...
238 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1788-05-19 Began upon the second book of Hawkins. The first treats of all offences, against the public; and...
239 Adams, John Quincy 18th. 1788-05-18 Mr. McKeen of Beverley preached at Mr. Carey’s this day. I attended to hear him. His discourses...
240 Adams, John Quincy 17th. 1788-05-17 Dined at Judge Greenleaf’s with Pickman and Thompson. Two Miss Dalton’s were there; and Miss...