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    1Monday Morning [18 May] (Adams Papers)
    A fine Sun and Air. Cushing at Barnstable said to me—happy is he whom other Mens Errors, render wise. —Otis by getting into the general Court, has lost his Business.—Felix quern faciunt aliena Pericula cautum—other Mens Dangers, Errors, Miscarriages, Mistakes, Misfortunes. From neither the punctuation nor the substance of this paragraph is it possible to tell where Judge Cushing’s direct...
    2[Diary entry: 18 May 1767] (Washington Papers)
    18. Sowed flax at Muddy hole by the Pond. Also began to plow Corn at Doeg Run with 3 plows. Set into plowing at Muddy hole w. 3 plows—1 plow has been at work a day or two there.
    3[Diary entry: 18 May 1767] (Washington Papers)
    18. Clear. Wind Southwardly in the Morning. Afternoon cloudy & likely for Rain but went of with cold No[rthw]ardly Wind.