10116 [i.e. 17] Saturday. (Adams Papers)

A Stormy Day.

10217 [i.e. 18] Sunday. (Adams Papers)

A Stormy Day. For these 3 days past there has been a severe N.E. Storm. Heard Mr. Maccarty. Spent...

10318 [i.e. 19] Monday. (Adams Papers)

The Storm continues.

10419 [i.e. 20] Tuesday. (Adams Papers)

A lovely Day after the Storm. Drank Tea at Major Chandlers. Walked with the Coll. to his Saw-mill...

10520 [i.e. 21] Wednesday. (Adams Papers)

Charming Weather. The Fields begin to look verdant. The leaves begin to shew themselves on the...

10621 [i.e. 22] Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)

Cloudy, black morning. Cleared away very pleasant about 9. Dined at Capt. Stearns’s, with the...

10722 [i.e. 23] Fryday. (Adams Papers)

A pleasant Day. I can as easily still the fierce Tempests or Stop the rapid Thunderbolt, as...

10823 [i.e. 24] Saturday. (Adams Papers)

A cloudy morn. All my Time seems to roll away unnoticed. I long to study sometimes, but have no...

10924 [i.e. 25] Sunday. (Adams Papers)

Astronomers tell us, with good Reason, that not only all the Planets and Satellites in our Solar...

11025 [i.e. 26] Monday. (Adams Papers)

The Reflection that I penned Yesterday, appears upon the review to be weak enough. For 1st. we...

11126 [i.e. 27] Tuesday. (Adams Papers)

We had a few soft, vernal Showers to Day.

11227 [i.e. 28] Wednesday. (Adams Papers)

A cool but pleasant morning. Dined at Mr. Paines. Drank Tea at Mr. Putnams. Walked with him to...

11328 [i.e. 29] Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)

Fast day. Heard Mr. Maccarty. Spent the Evening at Mr. Putnams. Our proper Business in this Life...

11429 [i.e. 30] Fryday. (Adams Papers)

A hazy, dull Day. Reading Milton. That mans Soul, it seems to me, was distended as wide as...

115[May 1756] (Adams Papers)

A rainy Day. If we consider a little of this our Globe we find an endless Variety of Substances,...

11630 [April, i.e. 1 May] Saturday. (Adams Papers)

A rainy Day. If we consider a little of this our Globe we find an endless Variety of Substances,...

117May. 1756. 1 [i.e. 2] Sunday. (Adams Papers)

Last night we had rain all night accompanied with a very high Wind, and the storm continues....

1183 Monday. (Adams Papers)

I was mistaken one Day in my reckoning. A pleasant Day. Spent the Evening and supped at Mr....

1194 Tuesday. (Adams Papers)

Let any man, suppose of the most improved understanding, look upon a watch, when the Parts of it...

1205 Wednesday. (Adams Papers)

A very cold Day. Drank Tea at the Colonels. Spent the Evening at the Majors.

1216 Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)

A cold day. Spent the Evening and supped at Mr. Putnams.

1227 Fryday. (Adams Papers)

Spent the Evening and supped at Mr. Maccartys. A mans observing the Flux of the Tide to Day,...

1238 Saturday. (Adams Papers)

Went a Shooting with Mr. Putnam. Drank Tea with him and his Lady.

1249 Sunday. (Adams Papers)

Since last Sunday I have wrote a few Papers of the Spectators, read the last Part of Butlers...

12510 Monday. (Adams Papers)

A pleasant Day.

12611 Tuesday. (Adams Papers)

A pleasant day . The first Day of Court. Nature and Truth or rather Truth and right are...

12712 Wednesday. (Adams Papers)

Rambled about all Day, gaping and gazing.

12812 [i.e. 13] Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)

Spent the Evening with Mr. Swan at home.

12913 [i.e. 14]. Friday. (Adams Papers)

Drank Tea at the Colonels.—Not one new Idea this Week.

13014 [i.e. 15]. Saturday. (Adams Papers)

A lovely Day. Soft vernal Showers. Exercise invigorates, and enlivens all the Faculties of Body...

13115 [i.e. 16]. Sunday. (Adams Papers)

A pleasant morning. The Week past was Court week. I was interrupted by Company, and the noisy...

13216 [i.e. 17] Monday. (Adams Papers)

The Elephant and the Lion, when their Strength is directed and applyd by Man, can exert a...

13317 [i.e. 18] Tuesday. (Adams Papers)

17 i.e. 18 Tuesday.

13418 [i.e. 19] Wednesday. (Adams Papers)

18 i.e. 19 Wednesday.

13519 [i.e. 20] Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)

Spent the Evening at Gardiners.

13620 [i.e. 21] Fryday. (Adams Papers)

After School, rode to Shrewsbury, went to Capt. Hows, to see Dr. Flynt, spent an Hour, and then...

13721 [i.e. 22] Saturday. (Adams Papers)

Dined at Judge Chandlers.

13822 [i.e. 23] Sunday. (Adams Papers)

Heard Mr. Maccarty. He is particularly fond of the following Expressions. Carnal, ungodly...

13923 [i.e. 24] Monday. (Adams Papers)

A pleasant morning. Drank Tea at the Colonells.—Had the projectile Force in the Planets been...

14024 [i.e. 25] Tuesday. (Adams Papers)

A cool, but pleasant Day.

14125 [i.e. 26] Wednesday. (Adams Papers)

Election Day. I have spent all this Day at Home reading a little and eating a little Election Cake.

14226 [i.e. 27] Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)

Drank Tea at the Colonels with a Number of Ladies. Spent the Evening partly at Putnams and partly...

14327 [i.e. 28] Fryday. (Adams Papers)

Dined at the Majors. A pleasant Day.—If we examine critically the little Prospect that lies...

14428 [i.e. 29] Saturday. (Adams Papers)

Drank Tea at Mr. Putnams.—What is the proper Business of Mankind in this Life? We come into the...

14529 [i.e. 30] Sunday. (Adams Papers)

Heard Mr. Maccarty. “You who are sinners, are in continual Danger of being swallowed up quick and...

14630 [i.e. 31] Monday. (Adams Papers)

When we see or feel any Body, we discern nothing but Bulk and Extention. We can change this...

147[June 1756] (Adams Papers)

Drank Tea at the Majors. The Reasoning of Mathematicians is founded on certain and infallible...

148June 1756. 1 Tuesday. (Adams Papers)

Drank Tea at the Majors. The Reasoning of Mathematicians is founded on certain and infallible...

1492 Wednesday. (Adams Papers)

Went to Spencer in the afternoon.—When we come into the World, our minds are destitute of all...

1503 Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)

Heard Mr. Maccarty preach the Lecture, drank Tea with him, and spent the Evening at the Majors.