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Mr. Thaxter and brother Charles wrote both to you the day before yesterday and as I had no...
I have this day received two letters from you of the 20th. in one of which you say you would have...
I yesterday received your’s of the 31st of Jany. in whic you desir’d me to write you a few lines...
I received a day or two agone the vocabulary which I desir’d you to send, for which I am much...
The other day I received your letter, of the 12th of this month, in which you ask me whether my...
I have been wanting to write to you this sometime but there has been nothing worth writing, and...
As you may possibly not come here before the 18th I write to know, if I must leave these lodgings...
I reciev’d this morning your letter of the 14th. in which you speak of Poetry, and although I...
I reciev’d this morning your yesterday’s favour, in which you say, you want to hear of my...
Inclosed are some numbers of the lettres Hollandoises. I took them out of thier covers, because I...
Got up in the morning at about 6 o’clock, and set myself to work; breakfasted at half past seven...
Got up in the morning at about 6 o’clock, and set myself to work; breakfasted at half past seven...
This morning I got up at about 7 1/2 o’clock breakfasted and at about 9 o’clock Pappa, brother...
This morning I got up at about 8 o’clock breakfasted, and went to see Mr. Deneufville; we staid...
This morning after breakfast I went to Mr. Sigourny’s to see about some quill’s. He gave me a...
This morning Mr. Cerisier came here and said that he had read in the Brussels Gazette, that there...
This morning Mr. Jennings and Mr. Greves came here with An English Gazette; in which there is the...
This morning Mr. Dana, Mr. Thaxter, brother Charles and myself went to Kaa’s, to see Mr. Jennings...
This day Mr. Brice, Commodore Gillon, Colo. Searle, Major Jackson, Captn. Coltyzer and Mr....
This morning Pappa, Mr. Dana, brother Charles and I, went to the English presbyterian Church, to...
21Monday June 18th 1781. (Adams Papers)
This morning I went to a bookseller’s to get the Politique Hollandois; Mr. Cerisier din’d here;...
This day we all din’d at Mr. Deneufville’s with Mr. Cerisier Colo. Searle Mr. Brice Mr. Van...
This morning I went to Mr. Sigourney’s to carry the English news Papers to him, din’d at home....
This day I din’d at Madam Chabanel’s, with Mr. Jennings, Captn. Coltyzer Mr. and Madam Hartsinck...
25Friday June the 22d 1781. (Adams Papers)
This morning I went to Mr. De la Lande and Fynje’s; din’d at home. Mr. Guild din’d Here. After...
This morning I went with Mr. Dana to the old Man House to buy a few things. We hear that a...
Nothing remarkable in the forenoon, Mr. Thaxter din’d at Mr. Sigourney’s; I din’d at home, after...
This morning I went to Mr. Crajenschot’s to get the 20th No. of the Politique Hollandois which...
Nothing remarkable in the forenoon; after dinner I went with Doctor Brown to the New French Coffy...
This morning I went to take a walk with Mr. Bordly met in the street two of my old schoolmates;...
This morning brother Charles and I, went to buy a trunk, when we had got it here we began to pack...
This morning brother Charles and I packed up our trunks, and I went to take leave of our riding...
This morning Mr. Cook came here and breakfasted with us and at half past six we went to the boat...
34[July 1781] (Adams Papers)
This morning Pappa and brother Charles and I went to church; din’d at home, Mr. Cook, Mr....
35Sunday July the 1st 1781. (Adams Papers)
This morning Pappa and brother Charles and I went to church; din’d at home, Mr. Cook, Mr....
36Monday July the 2d 1781. (Adams Papers)
This morning Major Jackson came here; I went to Mr. Crajenschot’s for the Politique Hollandois....
37Tuesday July the 3d 1781. (Adams Papers)
Din’d at home, after dinner Mr. Searle and Major Jackson came here. At about nine o’clock a...
This day being the Anniversary of American Independance, all the Americans din’d together, at a...
This morning I went to see when the boats go for Utrecht. Mr. Dana and Mr. Thaxter din’d at Mr....
40Friday July the 6th 1781. (Adams Papers)
This morning Dr. Waterhouse came here and told us that Colo. Trumbul had arriv’d in Town. I went...
This morning we pack’d up everything; to go a Journey; At about 11 o’clock Mr. Trumble and Dr....
42Sunday July the 8th 1781. (Adams Papers)
This morning Mr. Dana and Mr. Deneufville The day’s entry breaks at this point because the...
43Monday July the 9th 1781. (Adams Papers)
This morning Mr Deneufville and Mr. Dana went to look for a carriage, I did not go out in the...
This morning at about half past nine o’clock Mr. Dana, his servant and I set away from Utrecht,...
This morning at about six o’clock we set off from Nimegen and arriv’d at about 8 P.M at...
Dusseldorp a small town strongly fortified on the land side, but open on the river Rhine which we...
This morning Mr. Dana and I went to see a gentleman for whom Mr. Dana had letters. He went to...
This morning at 6 o’clock we set off from Cologne for Coblentz where we arrived at about 6...
This morning at about four o’clock we set off from Coblentz for Francfort, Where we arriv’d at 8...
This morning we enquired something about this city: It is situated upon the river Meyn and is...