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251 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1788-05-06 In the beginning of the evening, I took a walk with Pickman, up to Mrs. Atkins’s. We found only...
252 Adams, John Quincy 5th. 1788-05-05 I began this morning at the Office upon Foster’s Crown Law, a book admirably written I am told,...
253 Adams, John Quincy 4th. 1788-05-04 I heard Mr. Andrews preach, his sermons were both very short; but better I think than those he...
254 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1788-05-03 I this day got through the 4th. volume of Blackstone’s Commentaries a second time, and I imagine...
255 Adams, John Quincy Adams, Thomas Boylston John Quincy Adams to Thomas Boylston Adams, 3 May 1788 1788-05-03 We have mutually been deficient in those attentions, which absent connections ought always to...
256 Adams, John Quincy 2d. 1788-05-02 After passing the day at the Office, I stroll’d with Pickman, as far as Sawyer’s tavern, where we...
257 Adams, John Quincy Thursday May 1st. 1788. 1788-05-01 Pickman returned this afternoon from Salem. The Club were in the evening at my room: Young Fowle,...
258 Adams, John Quincy [April 1788] 1788-04-01 The Court sits this day at Ipswich. Mr. Parsons went in the afternoon, I dined with him. Pickman...
259 Adams, John Quincy 30th. 1788-04-30 Very agreeable weather. After we had done at the office, I took a long walk with Thompson. We...
260 Adams, John Quincy 29th. 1788-04-29 The weather this day was tolerable. I went in the evening with Thompson to Captain Coombs’s,...
261 Adams, John Quincy 28th. 1788-04-28 Dull weather. Wind Northeast. It began to rain a little after noon, and continued all the rest of...
262 Adams, John Quincy 27th. 1788-04-27 I attended meeting all day, and heard Mr. Andrews. He speaks very well, and his composition was I...
263 Adams, John Quincy 26th. 1788-04-26 Between five and six this morning, I left the judge’s house, with Mr. Andrews who is going to...
264 Adams, John Quincy 25th. 1788-04-25 I left Braintree between 9 and 10. and stoppd, about half an hour at Genl. Warren’s, he was gone...
265 Adams, John Quincy 24th. 1788-04-24 Charles went to Boston this morning, and brought me back some letters from Europe. I went in the...
266 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1788-04-23 The weather was so disagreeable, that Mr. Norton gave up the thoughts of going to Menotomy, and...
267 Adams, John Quincy 22d. 1788-04-22 I took a ride in the forenoon with W. Cranch. Mr. Cranch came home from Boston, and brought young...
268 Adams, John Quincy 21st. 1788-04-21 We were again confined all day to the house, by the badness of the weather. Mr. Cranch however...
269 Adams, John Quincy 20th. 1788-04-20 I pass’d the forenoon at home in writing. In the afternoon, I attended meeting and heard Mr....
270 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1788-04-19 The weather has been rather better this day than it was yesterday. I went with both my brothers...
271 Adams, John Quincy 18th. 1788-04-18 A cold north east storm, confined us to the house all day. I read a few pages in one of Gilbert’s...
272 Adams, John Quincy 17th. 1788-04-17 Fast day. In the forenoon I remained at home, and spent my time in writing and reading. In the...
273 Adams, John Quincy 16th. 1788-04-16 Breakfasted at Judge Dana’s. Doctor Waterhouse came, in and entertained us for some time with his...
274 Adams, John Quincy 15th. 1788-04-15 The weather was quite disagreeable, for exhibition; in consequence of which there was but little...
275 Adams, John Quincy 14th. 1788-04-14 I met with several impediments in the morning so that it was eleven o’clock before I cross’d the...
276 Adams, John Quincy 13th. 1788-04-13 Attended meeting all day. Dined at Mr. Thaxter’s with Mr. J. Duncan. And in the afternoon, after...
277 Adams, John Quincy 12th. 1788-04-12 In the forenoon I went down, and spent a couple of hours with Mr. Thaxter: the rest of the day I...
278 Adams, John Quincy 11th. 1788-04-11 I set out with Pickman this morning at about nine o’clock: the weather was clear though rather...
279 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1788-04-10 From the divers interruptions which we met with in the course of the day, we did but little at...
280 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1788-04-09 Dined with Pickman and Thompson, at Mr. Parsons’s upon Salmon, which begin now to be caught in...
281 Adams, John Quincy 8th. 1788-04-08 Pickman returned last evening from Salem. The votes in that Town, and in several others from...
282 Adams, John Quincy 7th. 1788-04-07 I went with Thompson, to Mr. Atkins’s, to answer to an action which we had brought before him...
283 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1788-04-06 A Parson Allen preach’d this day for Mr. Carey. I went to hear him in the forenoon. His Sermon...
284 Adams, John Quincy 5th. 1788-04-05 Rain’d again a great part of the day. Putnam pass’d the evening at my lodgings. We conversed upon...
285 Adams, John Quincy 4th. 1788-04-04 The weather has been rather disagreeable this day. In the evening I went with Thompson and...
286 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1788-04-03 Thompson went yesterday morning to Ipswich and returned last evening. I dined with him to day....
287 Adams, John Quincy 2d. 1788-04-02 This day Townsend and Amory finally left us and were to be sworn in to the Court of common-pleas...
288 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday April 1st. 1788. 1788-04-01 The Court sits this day at Ipswich. Mr. Parsons went in the afternoon, I dined with him. Pickman...
289 Adams, John Quincy [March 1788] 1788-03-01 The weather is very severe: The month comes in like a Lion, and according to the farmer’s proverb...
290 Adams, John Quincy 31st. 1788-03-31 Mr. Parsons held a Justice’s Court for the trial of a trifling action of trover and conversion....
291 Adams, John Quincy 30th. 1788-03-30 Parson Toppan of Newtown preach’d at our meeting this day. I attended all day and was very much...
292 Adams, John Quincy 29th. 1788-03-29 I received two or three Letters for Little, and after finishing the day at the office, I went and...
293 Adams, John Quincy 28th. 1788-03-28 The weather was pleasant. Townsend rode, this day. I pass’d the evening with him: and found Miss...
294 Adams, John Quincy 27th. 1788-03-27 I went with Pickman, Amory Stacey and Putnam to Salisbury, to see a vessel launch’d: She stuck as...
295 Adams, John Quincy 26th. 1788-03-26 I took a long walk, this afternoon with Putnam, and as we came back we stop’d at Mrs. Hooper’s....
296 Adams, John Quincy 25th. 1788-03-25 Copies of all the actions which are to be entered at the next Court of Common Pleas were this day...
297 Adams, John Quincy 24th. 1788-03-24 I attended at Mr. Atkins’s Court; and appeared to the actions. Mr. Marquand who had been summoned...
298 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1788-03-23 Pickman had agreed to go with me, and hear Parson Tucker preach this forenoon; but some...
299 Adams, John Quincy 22d. 1788-03-22 Amory and Stacey, return’d from their expedition: They got to Cape-Ann at about twelve on...
300 Adams, John Quincy 21st. 1788-03-21 I can read tolerably well when I am alone in the office, and make as much progress in one day, as...