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81 Adams, John 13 Fryday. 1756-02-13 A pleasant morning. Saw my classmates Gardner, and Wheeler. Wheeler dined, spent the afternoon,...
82 Adams, John 14 Saturday. 1756-02-14 Good Weather. This afternoon took a Vomit of Tartar Emet. and Turbith mineral, that worked 7...
83 Adams, John 15 Sunday. 1756-02-15 Charming Weather. A.M. staid at home reading the Independent Whig. Very often Shepherds that are...
84 Adams, John 16 Monday. 1756-02-16 A most beautiful morning. We have the most moderate Winter that ever was known in this country....
85 Adams, John 17 Tuesday. 1756-02-17 A clowdy Day. Dined at Mr. Greenes.
86 Adams, John 18 Wednesday. 1756-02-18 A charming morning. My Classmate Gardner drank Tea with me. Spent an Hour in the beginning of the...
87 Adams, John 19 Thurdsday. 1756-02-19 No man is intirely free from weakness and imperfection in this life. Men of the most exalted...
88 Adams, John 20 Fryday. 1756-02-20 A dull Day. Symptoms of Snow. Writing Tillotson. That is, copying out extracts from the published...
89 Adams, John 21 Saturday. 1756-02-21 A Snowy day. Snow about ancle deep. I find by repeated experiment and observation, in my School,...
90 Adams, John 22 Sunday. 1756-02-22 Suppos a nation in some distant Region, should take the Bible for their only law Book, and every...