You
have
selected

  • Page Reference

    • ADMS-03-01-02-pb-0171

Author

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 1

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

    Show: Top 0

    Period

    Dates From

    Dates To

    Search help
    Documents filtered by: Contains page reference="ADMS-03-01-02-pb-0171"
    Documents starting or appearing on page number 171
    • |<
    • <<
    • <
    • Page 1
    • >
    • >>
    • >|
    1[February 1783] (Adams Papers)
    This morning Mr. Schiebe left this place to go to Marstrand where he intends to stay some days. I dined this day at Mr. Erskine’s the English Consul: in the evening I went to the play. Supped at Baron Patrick Ahlströmmer’s. I spent the evening and supped with a numerous company at counseller Arvidson’s. Dined this day with a great deal of Company at Baron Claes Ahlströmmers; in the evening I...
    214th. Friday. (Adams Papers)
    After having rode this day about 8. miles Swedish, we arrived at about 9. o’clock, P.M. At Helsingborg Hälsingborg which is the last town in Sweden.
    315th. Saturd. (Adams Papers)
    Having left Helsingborg this morning at about 10’ o’clock, we pass’d the Sound and at about 11. we arriv’d at Elseneur Helsingör which is the first Danish town. We stay’d there about 2 hours to refresh ourselves and have our trunks examined and set out from there at about 1’ o’clock afternoon, and arrived at Copenhagen at about 7. o’clock. Copenhagen is distant from Elseneur 5 German Miles; we...
    416th. (Adams Papers)
    This morning I went with the Count and Mr. Schiebe to see the royal Cabinet of curiosities which is vast; but not much in order; there are some very curious things in it; but there are others which are not worth looking at. There are two pieces of silver just as they came out of the mines in Norway, one of which is worth 5,000 Rxdallers, Danish and the other about 3,000. One would think seeing...
    517th. Mond. (Adams Papers)
    This forenoon We went to see a Gentleman who has a Cabinet of Curiosities, in Painting, sea shells and insects. His Cabinet is pretty well furnish’d but not entirely in order. In the evening we all went to the play but stay’d there only a few minutes because it was so full. The King goes almost every Night to the play, but was not there this evening because the Prince Frederick’s consort is...