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61 Adams, John Quincy Mon 6th. 1779-12-06 This morning my brother Charles look’d out of Pappa’s window and said he saw a flock of Wild...
62 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday 7th. 1779-12-07 Last night about nine o clock we saw a number of fish. We could not tell what they were; some say...
63 Adams, John Quincy Wednes 8th. 1779-12-08 This morning about half after four o clock we saw a sail. At about seven o clock we could see her...
64 Adams, John Quincy Thursday 9th. 1779-12-09 This morning My Pappa, Mr. Dana, Mr. Allen, Mr. Thaxter, Sammy Cooper, my brother Charles, and...
65 Adams, John Quincy Friday 10th. 1779-12-10 This forenoon I took a walk about the town but saw nothing worth remarking. At about half after...
66 Adams, John Quincy Saturday 11th. 1779-12-11 This forenoon a Captain of one of the french men of War came and very politely invited me on...
67 Adams, John Quincy Sunday 12th. 1779-12-12 This morning I went to the French Consuls to ask him if he went to day. He said that it blew so...
68 Adams, John Quincy Adams, Thomas Boylston John Quincy Adams to Thomas Boylston Adams, 12 December … 1779-12-12 As I have wrote to Mamma and Sister I have but very little to write to you but I cannot let an...
69 Adams, John Quincy Monday Evening 13th. 1779-12-13 Very rainy all this day. It is impossible to go to Coronna to day. 10 o clock. I have been to the...
70 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday 14th. 1779-12-14 The French consul was here last night (he is to go to Coronna with us). He told us that he would...