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251 Adams, John Quincy 27th. 1785-05-27 Still the same scene fine weather, little wind. At about noon, we spoke to an English brig,...
252 Adams, John Quincy 14th. 1786-10-14 Went to Boston, in order to get some books which were sent by Callahan; but I could not get them:...
253 Adams, John Quincy 8. 1788-10-08 Went over to Hingham.
254 Adams, John Quincy 25th. 1788-01-25 Leonard White came from Haverhill again yesterday and called to see me this morning. He informed...
255 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1785-07-09 The air was so effectually cleared by the breaking up of the storms which occupied the...
256 Adams, John Quincy 15th. 1788-02-15 We indulged ourselves this morning till almost twelve o’clock before we rose. I called at the...
257 Adams, John Quincy 12. 1788-10-12 At home all day. But dull somewhat. Rode.
258 Adams, John Quincy 5th. 1788-03-05 I pass’d the evening with Thompson and Putnam at Mr. Bradbury’s. Frank came from Boston this...
259 Adams, John Quincy 2. 1788-11-02 General Knox dined with us. P. M. After “P.M.” follows in shorthand “no meeting.”
260 Adams, John Quincy 26th. 1788-08-26 Office business. Takes from reading. Dined with Mr. Parsons.
261 Adams, John Quincy Saturday Novr. 8. 1783. 1783-11-08 Went with Mr. West to see the Queen’s Palace called Buckingham House; from its having been built...
262 Adams, John Quincy 17. 1788-09-17 Can neither read nor write.
263 Adams, John Quincy 5th. 1787-01-05 We passed the evening at Freeman’s chamber. He proposes setting off for Newbury, to morrow...
264 Adams, John Quincy 30. 1788-08-30 Rain. Little past the evening with me.
265 Adams, John Quincy Wednesday Novr. 12th. 1783. 1783-11-12 Went to the Drury Lane Theatre; the pieces represented were, the West Indian and Fortunatus. The...
266 Adams, John Quincy 21. 1788-09-21 Meeting afternoon. L. W. Mr. Thaxter.
267 Adams, John Quincy Monday Decr. 1st. 1783. 1783-12-01 This evening I went with Mr. West to the Academy of Painting &c. and had the same entertainment...
268 Adams, John Quincy 27th. 1787-06-27 Two Miss Greenleaf’s came here this forenoon, and still remain. Mr. Cranch went to Boston this...
269 Adams, John Quincy 17th. 1787-07-17 Breakfasted and dined with Mr. Andrews, in company with Mr. Thomson, who is studying law, with...
270 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1787-08-06 Down upon the water side, and along upon the marshes with my cousin all the forenoon, but we were...
271 Adams, John Quincy 21st. 1787-07-21 Pretty much fatigued, after all the business of the week. Charles and Tom came from Cambridge...
272 Adams, John Quincy 27th. 1786-06-27 No reciting this afternoon. A number of the Scholars are forming themselves into a military...
273 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1787-08-10 Spent the whole of the forenoon at Mr. Thaxter’s office. Dined at Mr. Shaw’s. In the afternoon I...
274 Adams, John Quincy 24th. 1785-09-24 This forenoon I was present at the marriage, of Mr. Nash and Miss Apthorp. They were married in...
275 Adams, John Quincy Saturday September 1st. 1787. 1787-09-01 Between 9 and 10 o’clock this morning I departed from Braintree with Mrs. Cranch: we got to Mr....
276 Adams, John Quincy 25th. 1785-02-25 Paris. At the Opera. Panurge dans l’lsle des Lanternes ; a new Opera. 12th time. Words, which are...
277 Adams, John Quincy 15th. 1785-10-15 We had this day, two young Gentlemen, to dine with us. Mr. Saml. Brooks from the Academy, at...
278 Adams, John Quincy 7th. 1786-07-07 The Palladian band , have begun to exercise, and Captain Vose, feels quite important. I do not...
279 Adams, John Quincy 11th. 1785-03-11 Paris afternoon. Got of Froullé Brindley’s Virgil. Went to see Mr. Pickman, at the Hotel de york....
280 Adams, John Quincy 4th. 1785-11-04 Reading over the Salem paper to day, I found an account of the death, and funeral of Mr. Hardy, a...
281 Adams, John Quincy 11th. 1786-07-11 We did not recite this day. As the quarter draws near to a close, the Students are falling off...
282 Adams, John Quincy 16th. 1785-03-16 Mr. West, came out, and brought to Mr. Adams, two letters from Mr. Jackson. Jonathan Jackson to...
283 Adams, John Quincy Tuesday August 1st. 1786. 1786-08-01 There was a meeting of an association of ministers here this day; but there were only three...
284 Adams, John Quincy Friday April 1st. 1785. 1785-04-01 The Marchioness appointed two o’clock for us to be at her Hôtel. We dined at half after twelve,...
285 Adams, John Quincy 27. 1788-12-27 Dined at Judge Greenleaf’s. Foster came home.
286 Adams, John Quincy 31. 1788-12-31 Eve with Foster at Mr. Jackson’s, He was out.
287 Adams, John Quincy 24th. 1788-05-24 Pickman went to Salem this morning. In the evening, I took a long walk with Thompson, down...
288 Adams, John Quincy 27th. 1787-10-27 Judge Sargeant, went away this forenoon proceeding on his way to Cambridge. Tom went to Lincoln....
289 Adams, John Quincy 14th. 1788-06-14 Finished reading in Wood’s Institutes; a book which has been rendered almost useless by the...
290 Adams, John Quincy 4th. 1788-07-04 We left Cambridge by nine o’clock, and got into Boston in the midst of the bustle. We went...
291 Adams, John Quincy 31st. 1787-10-31 Saw Charles in Boston, on his way to Cambridge, as the vacation closes this day. At about noon I...
292 Adams, John Quincy 7th. 1787-11-07 Quite industrious this day in copying forms. Alone in the office a great part of the day. Amory,...
293 Adams, John Quincy 24th. 1787-03-24 We had last evening a Class meeting; a petition drawn up by Little, as additional to that already...
294 Adams, John Quincy 24th. 1786-02-24 Another Snow storm; almost all day. Closed the Acts, in the Testament, and began the Romans. In...
295 Adams, John Quincy 14th. 1787-04-14 Spent the day very much like the two former. We have destroy’d almost all the birds within five...
296 Adams, John Quincy 11th. 1787-11-11 Attended meeting, with Townsend, the whole day at Dr. Tucker’s: much pleased with this gentleman...
297 Adams, John Quincy 14th. 1786-03-14 At 7 in the morning, we mounted our horses, and went about half a mile up the River where a...
298 Adams, John Quincy 4th. 1787-05-04 Mr. Williams at 11 o’clock gave us a philosophical lecture in which he blended two of those he...
299 Adams, John Quincy Saturday December 1st. 1787. 1787-12-01 I dined at Mr. White’s; after dinner I went to Mr. Shaw’s, stay’d about an hour, and just before...
300 Adams, John Quincy 7th. 1786-11-07 We had a lecture from Mr. Wigglesworth in the afternoon, and in the evening the weather being...