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1June 27. Wednesday Morn. (Adams Papers)
Very fine—likely to be hot—at my Office early. The only Way to compose myself and collect my Thoughts is to set down at my Table, place my Diary before me, and take my Pen into my Hand. This Apparatus takes off my Attention from other Objects. Pen, Ink and Paper and a sitting Posture, are great Helps to Attention and thinking. Took an Airing in the Chaise with my Brother Sam. Adams, who...
2[Diary entry: 27 June 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Rid to Muddy hole Doeg Run and the Mill before Dinner & to where my People were cuttg. Hay at the upper Meadow.
3[Diary entry: 27 June 1770] (Washington Papers)
27. Clear and warm with the Wind Southwardly. Some appearances of Rain but none fell.
Herewith you will receive some Letters which I brought from Williamsburg; which place I left on Saturday in the After noon. The Assembly was not then up, a few Bills remaind unfinished which woud oblige the House to set again this Week—little business of a Publick nature has been transacted—private Bills have engrossd the time of the House almost wholely since the First meeting of it. A New...