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I expected to have received ere this some Letters either from Braintree or Boston; But excepting what I have collected from the Newspapers I have heard neither directly nor indirectly from either. Had any good opportunity for sending, presented itself I should have written, although the only topic of information, would have been concerning myself.— The sum total of my news is that since I...
2[December 1788] (Adams Papers)
Charles return’d to Cambridge. Winslow Warren. Rode in the afternoon. Gibbon 5th. vol. 4th. gone which I much regret. Very cold. At Mr. Cranch’s. Dr. Fogg. Mr. Thayer. Wm Cranch came from Boston. Heard from N. York. Presumably the letter written by AA to JA between 16 Nov. and 3 Dec., not found ( JA to AA , (2 Dec, AA to JA , 3 Dec., Adams Papers ).
331. (Adams Papers)
Eve with Foster at Mr. Jackson’s, He was out.
430. (Adams Papers)
Eve at Dr. Sawyer’s. Mr. Boyd.—a youth.
529. (Adams Papers)
Thompson got home. Court at Mr. Atkins’s.
628. (Adams Papers)
Parson Allen preached. Snow storm.
727. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Judge Greenleaf’s. Foster came home.
826. (Adams Papers)
Returned to N. Port. Wrote in the Eve.
925. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Thaxter’s. Miss Hazen. Eve at Mr. Bartlett’s.
1024. (Adams Papers)
Went to Haverhill. Colder than ever.
1123. (Adams Papers)
Cold continues. Eve at Judge Greenleaf’s.
1222. (Adams Papers)
Very cold weather. Evening in the office.
1321. (Adams Papers)
Heard Mr. Andrews, preach. Bouscaren. Mr. Carter.
1420. (Adams Papers)
Cold weather. Came home with Bridge. Sleepy.
1519. (Adams Papers)
Dined with Amory. Went to the ball.
1618. (Adams Papers)
Attended court. Sat late. Lodg’d with Mr. Atkins.
1717. (Adams Papers)
Snow storm. Went to Salem. Supp’d at Amory’s.
1816. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Parsons &c went to Salem Court. Miss Coats.
1915. (Adams Papers)
Attended the office. Read a little. Mr. Jackson’s.
2014. (Adams Papers)
Heard Mr. Ware. Preach’d admirably. D. Atkins.
2113. (Adams Papers)
Put my horse at Tappan’s. Eve with Dr. Kilham.
2212. (Adams Papers)
Company chiefly gone. Russell. Rode with Thompson. Dancing again.
2311. (Adams Papers)
Dined with Mr. Tufts. Not very bright. Dr. Swett’s.
2410. (Adams Papers)
Got to Newbury-Port. Ordination. Dancing. John Andrews, JQA ’s frequent companion, was ordained associate minister of the First Religious Society of Newburyport, to assist the ailing Rev. Thomas Cary ( Currier, Newburyport John J. Currier, History of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1764-1905 , Newburyport, 1906-1909; 2 vols. , 1:253).
259. (Adams Papers)
Went to Haverhill. Wet through.
268. (Adams Papers)
Left Braintree. Went as far as Wilmington. Rain.
277. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Cranch’s after meeting. Mr. C. quite unwell.
286. (Adams Papers)
Went to Milton with Wm. Cranch. He dined with us.
295. (Adams Papers)
Wm Cranch came from Boston. Heard from N. York. Presumably the letter written by AA to JA between 16 Nov. and 3 Dec., not found ( JA to AA , (2 Dec, AA to JA , 3 Dec., Adams Papers ).
304. (Adams Papers)
Very cold. At Mr. Cranch’s. Dr. Fogg. Mr. Thayer.