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15518th. (Adams Papers)
In the forenoon, I went and paid a number of visits, to my old acquaintance in this place; Mr....
155222d. (Adams Papers)
Very cold weather. We drank tea at Williams’s. Bridge, and I went and pass’d the evening at Judge...
15538th. (Adams Papers)
At home all day. Mr. True, was here all the afternoon. There is something extraordinary about...
155422. (Adams Papers)
The Weather has softened so much, that, it thaw’d last Night, and has, all this day. We had...
155512th. (Adams Papers)
This morning the parts for the ensuing exhibition were distributed. Foster has the English...
155612th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Howe, preached us two Sermons from John III. 3. Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily,...
15572d. (Adams Papers)
Recite this week in Burlamaqui: This is the day on which the election of a governor is made...
155822d. (Adams Papers)
At about 10 o’clock, Lucy and I, set out from Braintree. She came with me to Boston, to purchase,...
15592d. (Adams Papers)
Finished, the sixth book of Homer’s Iliad in the forenoon, and shall go no further in it here. I...
1560[September 1786] (Adams Papers)
Studied Algebra all the forenoon. Took books from the Library, Brydone’s Tour vol: 2d. Ossian’s...
1561[TitlePage] (Adams Papers)
Titlepage of D/JQA/8, on the cover of a leather-bound 7¼″ × 4⅜″ writing book with the inscription...
156224th. (Adams Papers)
Townsend went to Topsfield to hear a cause tried before a justice. Stedman has been hunting all...
156326th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Patten, a young Clergyman from Rhode Island, preach’d in the forenoon, from Proverbs III. 17....
15642d. (Adams Papers)
The storm continued all night with unabated violence, and it blew so hard that one of our Windows...
156527th. (Adams Papers)
The forenoon discourse was upon Revelations, III. 15 and 16. I know thy works, that thou art...
1566[February 1787] (Adams Papers)
It snow’d, the greatest part of the day; but gently, and without wind. Miss Jones, this forenoon,...
156717th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Thaxter return’d from his journey this Evening. He had a very disagreeable time to-day; as...
156824th. (Adams Papers)
Went down to the President’s, for an order to take a book from the Library, but he did not know...
156930th. (Adams Papers)
I went into Paris in the morning, and called upon Mr. d’Asp the secretary of the Sweedish...
157021st. (Adams Papers)
All day at home. I am often at a great loss, what to say at the End of a day, in this Journal, of...
157114th. (Adams Papers)
White went to Haverhill. I determined with Little upon two Pieces, to publish in the next...
157214th. (Adams Papers)
At 5 in the morning I was in my Cabriolet, and never stopp’d anywhere untill I arrived at Rennes,...
15734th. (Adams Papers)
We had this morning a forensic given out, to be read next week, on the Question whether the...
157411th. (Adams Papers)
This day being Captain Fournier’s, jour de fête, he gave us an excellent entertainment on board:...
157515th. (Adams Papers)
After passing the day as usual at the office, Townsend, came spent the evening and supp’d with...
15765th. (Adams Papers)
The weather this day has been extreme cold: I have not experienced the severity of the Season, so...
1577Thursday October 2d. (Adams Papers)
I took my seat in the stage, in Company with a Lady who came from Portsmouth, and Mr. Vaughan, a...
1578[March 1785] (Adams Papers)
Coldest weather we have had this year. Reaumur’s thermometer at 8 degrees below the freezing...
I should deserve, all the reproaches which my friends in America have made me if I neglected...
158027th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Andrews preached for us this day; and was somewhat longer than usual to the great...
1581Sunday Octr. 26th. (Adams Papers)
We came away from Dartford at about 8. o’clock; and arrived at London at about 11: the distance...
158217th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Andrews preach’d for us; this forenoon he was lengthy in his prayer upon the late misfortunes...
158331st. (Adams Papers)
I amuse myself in reading Junius’s letters; which though the factious productions of a partizan,...
1584Friday Octr. 31st. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Mr. Vaughan’s: in the evening we went to the Drury Lane Theatre, where Isabella, or the...
1585Sunday September 7th. 1788. (Adams Papers)
The Marquis to Sainneville, commander of the french Squadron now in the harbour, and the...
158621st. (Adams Papers)
Upon Stacey’s invitation I went with him and Putnam, and two young lads by the name of Greenough,...
1587Saturday November 1. 1783. (Adams Papers)
This morning I went with Mr. W. Vaughan to see the Paintings of Mr. Pine, and Mr. Copley, and Sir...
158827th. (Adams Papers)
Attended Mr. Hilliard, the whole day: he preach’d in the afternoon a Charity Sermon, and a...
158924th. (Adams Papers)
Began upon Coke-Littleton, and read about a dozen pages. Pass’d about an hour in the evening with...
159011. (Adams Papers)
Mrs. Smith and Louisa. W. Cranch.
159117th. (Adams Papers)
Attended meeting all day. Mr. Hilliard preach’d us two good occasional sermons from Proverbs II....
159231st. (Adams Papers)
The Sophimores are very fearful that their yesterday’s conduct has brought them into...
15937th. (Adams Papers)
Mrs. Cranch and Miss Betsey return’d from Boston this evening. Presumably this was written by JQA...
159421st. (Adams Papers)
This is the day, when our Class should by rights, have quitted college; but they have been...