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101 Adams, John [1766?] 1766-01-01 Q uery . The Service done by Tommy Hutchinson, for the Province, for which he had a Grant of 40£....
102 Adams, John 1765. Jany. 24th. Thurdsday. 1765-01-24 Soon after I got to Boston, at Jany. Court Mr. Fitch came to me upon Change, and told me, that...
103 Adams, John Thurdsday June 19. 1760-06-19 I have been the longer in the Arg umen t of this Cause not for the Importance of the Cause...
104 Adams, John [February 1761] 1761-02-06 I have now almost finished the first book of Peter Lancelotts Institute, which first Book is...
105 Adams, John Saturday [12 or 19 July]. 1760-07-12 I find upon Examination, that a Warrant of Attorney given by an Infant is void; so that, if you...
106 Adams, John Adams’ Commonplace Book: Ca. 1759 1759-01-01 Assumpsit. Sometimes signifies not only a Promise but an Actual Undertaking of the Business, an...
107 Adams, John Tuesday. 24th. June. 1760-06-24 Arose early, a very beautiful Morning. Zab. seems to make insufficient Distinctions between the...
108 Adams, John 7 Saturday. 1756-08-07 All this past Week my designs have been interrupted, by the Troubles and Confusion of the House....
109 Adams, John A Dissertation upon Office-Seekers, 26 December 1765 1765-12-26 26 December 1765. Printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography Diary and Autobiography of John Adams ,...
110 Adams, John Adams’ Minutes of the Trial: Suffolk Court of General … 1769-05-01 Mr. Carnes. Simpson. Clark. Of Mrs. Thorntons, I bought them, one Pair. Wm. Simpson. I bought...
111 Adams, John 1769. Decr. 23. Saturday Night. 1769-12-23 At my Office reading Sidney. I have been musing this evening upon a Report of the Case of the 4....
112 Adams, John 1772. Novr. 28 [i.e. 27?]. Fryday. 1772-11-27 This Week vizt. last Tuesday my Family and Goods arrived at Boston where we have taken Possession...
113 Adams, John 1771. Thurdsday May 30. 1771-05-30 Mounted my Horse for Connecticutt. Stopped, and chatted an Hour with Tom Crafts who is very low...
114 Adams, John 1771. Monday June 3d. 1771-06-03 A fine Morning—a soft, sweet S.W. Wind. Oated in Spencer—turned my Horse to grass at Wolcotts in...
115 Adams, John [June 1774] 1774-06-20 At Piemonts in Danvers, bound to Ipswich. There is a new, and a grand Scene open before me—a...
116 Adams, John 1774. Sept. 14. Wednesday. 1774-09-14 Visited Mr. Gadsden, Mr. Deane, Coll. Dyer, &c. at their Lodgings. Gadsden is violent against...
117 Adams, John Saturday March 1767. 1767-03-01 Went with Captn. Thayer to visit Robert Peacock and his poor distressed Family. We found them, in...
118 Adams, John 1774 Thursday. Octr. 6. 1774-10-06 Dined with Mr. Hodge, Father in Law to Mr. Bayard.
119 Adams, John 28 Saturday. 1756-02-28 A raw cold day. Attended Mrs. Brown’s funeral. Let this, and every other Instance of human...
120 Adams, John 1774 Monday Septr. 19. 1774-09-19 Dined with Dr. Rush in Company with Dr. Shippen, and many others. Folsom and Sullivan from N....
121 Adams, John 1761. Feb. 9th. 1761-02-09 His Majesty has declared him self, by his Speech to his Parliament to be a Man of Piety, and...
122 Adams, John [May 1756] 1756-05-01 A rainy Day. If we consider a little of this our Globe we find an endless Variety of Substances,...
123 Adams, John 18 Thurdsday. 1756-03-18 A cloudy morning. Spent the afternoon at my Uncles, and part of the Evening at the Doctor’s....
124 Adams, John [March 1766] 1766-03-01 Spent a Part of last Evening with Mr. Jo. Cleverly. He is a Tiptoe for Town Meeting. He has many...
125 Adams, John 1774. Sunday [9 October]. 1774-10-09 Went to hear Dr. Allison, an Aged Gentleman. It was Sacrament Day and he gave us a sacramental...
126 Adams, John 8 Thurdsday. 1756-04-08 Heard Mr. Maccarty preach the Lecture, drank Tea with him, and spent the Evening at Mr. Putnams.
127 Adams, John April 8th. 1754. 1754-04-08 The Theory of simple machines and in particular of the inclined plane, of the wedge and screw,...
128 Adams, John June 27. Wednesday Morn. 1770-06-27 Very fine—likely to be hot—at my Office early. The only Way to compose myself and collect my...
129 Adams, John 22 Monday. 1756-03-22 A fair but cool morn. Mounted for Boston, arrived about 11 o’clock, went to friend Wm. Belchers,...
130 Adams, John II. Draft of An Examination of the Claim of New … 1774-03-01 The Council of Plymouth, on the 19 day of March 1621, granted to John Mason, their Secretary, a...