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2519th. (Adams Papers)
Dr. Witherspoon visited the President in the morning. I went with Mr. Söderström out of town...
25210th. (Adams Papers)
In the forenoon I went, and sat about an hour with Mr. King. Mr. Gerry was sitting at the grand...
25311th. (Adams Papers)
Breakfasted on board the Packet, which is to sail for L’orient next monday; from thence I went a...
25412th. (Adams Papers)
This morning Mr. Chaumont came, and proposed to me, to buy an horse, so that we might go to...
25513th. (Adams Papers)
This morning the President intended to take a sail down to Sandy-Hook, for the recovery of his...
25614th. (Adams Papers)
After several attempts to see Mr. van Berkel, he was at length found at home, and declined taking...
25715th. (Adams Papers)
Rose at about 6 o’clock in the morning; and tried my horse in the Chaise before one of Mr....
25816th. (Adams Papers)
We were going this morning by 5 o’clock, and proceeded as far as Stamford, 12 miles from Rye; 5...
25917th. (Adams Papers)
At 5 o’clock we were going, and reach’d Fairfield by 9. I there delivered my letters to Mr. Burr...
26018th. (Adams Papers)
In the morning I went to pay a visit to Mr. Platt, and found my old friend Brush there. He...
26119th. (Adams Papers)
This morning I went with Mr. Brush, and delivered the Letters I had for this place. Mr. Chancey...
26220th. (Adams Papers)
We tried my horse this morning in Mr. Chaumont Chaise, but could not make him go at all: so we...
26321st. (Adams Papers)
At six in the morning, we all left Middleton: and rode on to Hartford, where we arrived at about...
26422d. (Adams Papers)
At about 9 this morning, Mr. Broome, and Mr. Brush, left us and set out to return to New-Haven....
26523d. (Adams Papers)
It was almost seven o’clock before we got under way this morning. We rode about 10 miles and then...
26624th. (Adams Papers)
One of the breast plates was broke, and we were obliged to send it a mile and half to be mended...
St. Louis’s day, a great holiday all over France, because it is the fête of their king’s patron....
26826th. (Adams Papers)
No person who has not experienced it can conceive how much pleasure there is in returning to our...
26927th. (Adams Papers)
Brother Charles came to town this morning. I paid a number of visits and dined, at Deacon...
27028th. (Adams Papers)
Attended Mr. Wibird’s meeting forenoon, and afternoon. His voice and look was as familiar to me,...
27129th. (Adams Papers)
At about 9 o’clock I set off for Boston, and stopp’d half an hour, at my uncle Adams’s. Saw my...
27230th. (Adams Papers)
This day the Supreme Judicial Court met, and I went and heard the chief justice, Mr. Cushing...
27331st. (Adams Papers)
This morning Mr. Chaumont came to the College, with Mr. Toscan, and two other french gentlemen,...
274[September 1785] (Adams Papers)
Went and sat with Mr. de Chaumont a couple of hours, and afterwards accompanied him, and Mr....
Went and sat with Mr. de Chaumont a couple of hours, and afterwards accompanied him, and Mr....
2762d. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Chaumont intended to set out early in the morning for Philadelphia (or rather Albany,) but it...
2773d. (Adams Papers)
Visited the Consul in the morning, and spent an hour with him. At about noon I left Boston, and...
2784th. (Adams Papers)
Attended the meeting; forenoon, and afternoon. I went after meeting and drank tea, and spent a...
2795th. (Adams Papers)
The weather look’d so much like rain in the morning, that we concluded to defer our journey to...
2806th. (Adams Papers)
At about 9 o’clock in the morning I again tackled my horse into my uncle’s Chaise, and we put...
2817th. (Adams Papers)
We breakfasted early and were on our way by 8 o’clock. We stopp’d at Captain Brookes’s house in...
2828th. (Adams Papers)
I went in the morning down to Mr. Thaxter’s office, and spent all the forenoon with him, talking...
2839th. (Adams Papers)
Spent the forenoon with Mr. Thaxter at his office. He went with me, and introduced me, to Mr....
28410th. (Adams Papers)
We all dined this day at Mr. White’s. The only other strangers present, were Mr. Smith, the...
28511th. (Adams Papers)
Attended Mr. Shaws meeting; forenoon, and afternoon. Took a walk down by the side of the river;...
28612th. (Adams Papers)
Spent part of the forenoon with Mr. Thaxter at his Office. At 12 o’clock, we went, to a...
28713th. (Adams Papers)
At about 9 this morning we left Haverhill, cross’d the river, and stopp’d first at Mr. Symmes’s,...
28814th. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Lincoln, and immediately after dinner we again proceeded on our journey and by 5...
28915th. (Adams Papers)
This morning my brother Charles and Cousin Cranch, came from Cambridge to see us. I at length...
29016th. (Adams Papers)
At about 9 this morning I went to Mr. Foster’s, and found my Cousin Betsey Cranch ready to go...
29117th. (Adams Papers)
Great part of the day was spent in reading; and writing to my friends in Europe; a vessel is to...
29218th. (Adams Papers)
The weather in the morning look’d stormy, and was showery at different times all day. I attended...
29319th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Cranch went to Boston in the morning. I staid a great part of the day at home writing. Mr....
29420th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Tyler was again taken up the whole day. In the afternoon I went with my Cousins, over to...
29521st. (Adams Papers)
Hazy disagreeable weather: was confined all day to the House, and was for the most part employ’d...
29622d. (Adams Papers)
This morning I sent down a Cart with my two trunks that are going to Haverhill. I intended to go...
29723d. (Adams Papers)
At 9 this morning I went to see about getting my trunks to Haverhill: Mr. Cranch told me; they...
29824th. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon I was present at the marriage, of Mr. Nash and Miss Apthorp. They were married in...
29925th. (Adams Papers)
It continued raining all night, and in the morning so that I could not go out of town. We went to...
30026th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Tyler, was to return last evening, but did not. My two Cousins went last Saturday to Boston...