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1[April 1767] (Adams Papers)
Suits generally Spring from Passion. Jones vs. Bigelow, Cotton and Nye arose from Ambition. Jones and Bigelow were Competitors for Elections in the Town of Weston, Cotton and Nye were Rivals at Sandwich. Such Rivals have no Friendship for each other. From such Rivalries originate Contentions, Quarrells and Suits. Actions of Defamation are the usual Fruits of such Competitions. What affection...
2April 4th. 1767. (Adams Papers)
Suits generally Spring from Passion. Jones vs. Bigelow, Cotton and Nye arose from Ambition. Jones and Bigelow were Competitors for Elections in the Town of Weston, Cotton and Nye were Rivals at Sandwich. Such Rivals have no Friendship for each other. From such Rivalries originate Contentions, Quarrells and Suits. Actions of Defamation are the usual Fruits of such Competitions. What affection...
Poor Nye of Sandwich, seems dejected. I should suspect by his Concern that Cotton gained Ground vs. him. He seems to be hipp’d. It fretts and worries and mortifies him. He cant sleep a Nights. His Health is infirm. Cotton is insane, wild. His Proposal of giving his House and Farm at Sandwich to the Province is a Proof of Insanity.... His sitting down at the Council Table with his Hat on and...
4[Diary entry: 4 April 1767] (Washington Papers)
4. Wind at So. West and pleasant tho sometimes lowering.
The design of this Letter is to cover the Inclosed Bill (upon Wilkenson & Company[)] for £99.9.8 which please to receive & give my Acct credit for. Boyes is not yet arrivd—Johnstoun is, and brought my Goods in good order. I shall write you more fully in my next—in the meantime remain Gentn Yr Most Obedt Servt ALB , DLC:GW . GW wrote on the lower part of the letter “sent by Captn McNabb.” This...