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10811779 June 1st. (Adams Papers)
Dined on Shore at the Coffee House with Jones, Landais, the two Aids de Camp of the Marquis de la...
1082June 2d. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Dined on Board the Sensible, at the Invitation of the Captn. Mr. Chavan Chavagnes , with Mr....
10831779. June 8. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Yesterday I sent one Boat with some of my Things, and this Morning another with the Remainder, on...
10841779 Saturday [12 June]. (Adams Papers)
Last night, the Chevalier de La Luzerne arrived, and took Lodgings at the Epee Royal, in a...
10851779. June 17. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
At 6 O Clock this Morning, Monsieur Chavan, Capitain of the Sensible, sent his Canot, on Shore...
10861779. June 18. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning, the Monsieur a french Privateer, which sailed out from L’orient as We went into it...
10871779. June 18. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
The orders are to breakfast at 10., dine at 5. and sup at 10.
108819. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
The two Privateers, which were in Sight Yesterday, are so still with two others. Our Captain at...
108920. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Two Privateers have been in sight all this day. One advanced, and fired several Guns in order to...
1090Monday June 21. (Adams Papers)
This Morning I found Mr. Marbois recovered of his Sea Sickness. I fell into Conversation with...
1091June 22. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
We have had a fine Wind ever since We came out of L’orient, but it blows fresher today than ever....
1092June 23. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
This Forenoon, fell strangely, yet very easily into Conversation with M.M. I went up to him—M.M....
1093June 24. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Marbois told a Story of an Ecclesiastic, who pronounced a funeral oration on Marshall...
1094June 25. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
June 25. Fryday.
1095June 26 Saturday. (Adams Papers)
June 26 Saturday.
109627 Sunday. (Adams Papers)
27 Sunday.
1097June 28 Monday. (Adams Papers)
We have been favoured, in our Voyage hitherto, beyond my utmost Expectations. We have enjoyed a...
10981779. June 30. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Marbois, this Morning, upon my Enquiry, told me, that the Chevalier de la Luzerne is the...
1099[July 1779] (Adams Papers)
Walking this afternoon, with Mr. Marbois, upon the Quarter Deck, I said frankly to him, that I...
1100July 2d. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Walking this afternoon, with Mr. Marbois, upon the Quarter Deck, I said frankly to him, that I...
11011779 July 4th. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning, having stepped out of my Cabbin, for a few Minutes, I found upon my Return, that...
11021779. July 16. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Since I have been in this Ship I have read Robertsons History of America in 4 Volumes, in French,...
11031779 July 17th. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Three Days past We have sounded for the Grand bane but have not found it. By the Reckonings of...
11041779. July 20. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
I was struck with these Words in a Letter from the President Jeannin to M. Bellegarde of 28 Jany....
11051779, Fryday July 30. (Adams Papers)
We are not yet arrived to the Bane of St. George. Calms, contrary Winds &c. detain Us. Saw a...
11061779 July 31 Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Found Bottom this Morning on St. Georges Bane. The Weather, the Wind, the Discovery of our...
1107[November 1779] (Adams Papers)
Took Leave of my Family, and rode to Boston with my Son Charles, nine years of Age last May. At...
Took Leave of my Family, and rode to Boston with my Son Charles, nine years of Age last May. At...
110916. (Adams Papers)
Found a Grammar, entitled, Élémens de la Langue Angloise, ou Méthode pratique, pour apprendre...
111024. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
On the grand Bank of N ew F ound L and .—A few days ago, We spoke an American Privateer, the...