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17301Memorandum Books, 1784 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 1. Paid Mrs. Gheeseland to this day for myself £13–2–6. Note this is a guinea a week or 5/ a...
17302[Diary entry: 29 August 1788] (Washington Papers)
Friday 29th. Thermometer at 80 in the Morning—83 at Noon; and 81 at Night. Wind at So. W. clear &...
17303Tuesday [17th.] (Adams Papers)
Moved out to Auteuil. Over the course of the preceding four months, JA in correspondence with...
1730429. (Adams Papers)
Went with Tom to Cambridge. Returned.
17305[Diary entry: 1 April 1788] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 1st. Thermometer at 52 in the Morning—65 at Noon And 64 at Night. Morning heavy with the...
AD : American Philosophical Society Along with the official letter of appointment as sole...
17307[Diary entry: 19 September 1788] (Washington Papers)
Friday 19th. Thermometer at 64 in the Morning—76 at Noon and 70 at Night. Morning clear with the...
17308Memorandum Books, 1788 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 1. Paid assistants on breakg. axle tree on road to Versailles 3 ₶ . wages etrennes ₶     ₶    
1730919. (Adams Papers)
My health happily recovered. Rain; part of the day.
17310Sunday August 22d. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Jefferson and his Daughter, Coll: Humphreys, and Genl. dined with us. Martha Jefferson had...
The Subscriber, Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States of America, has the Honour to...
17312[Diary entry: 23 September 1788] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 23d. Thermometer at 58 in the Morning 72 at Noon and 72 at Night. But little Wind and...
173139. (Adams Papers)
Went to Haverhill. Wet through.
17314Friday [3d]. (Adams Papers)
Mr. and Mrs. Mather, and Mrs. Hay dined with us. Went to the French Comedy and saw le mariage de...
17315[Diary entry: 3 January 1785] (Washington Papers)
Monday 3d. Doctr. Stuart—his wife Betcy & Patcy Custis who had been here since the 27th. ulto....
Despite the concern expressed to JM by Jefferson and Washington over the penury afflicting Thomas...
1731726th. (Adams Papers)
I took a long walk, this afternoon with Putnam, and as we came back we stop’d at Mrs. Hooper’s....
The assault committed in Boston on Capt. Stanhope commander of the British frigate Mercury having...
17319[Diary entry: 29 September 1787] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 29th. Rid into the Neck and set 6 plows to breaking up the orchard Inclosure for Wheat...
1732023. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Everett of Dorchester: dined with us.
Dr. Warner from Algiers. He is surgeon in the British navy: has resided in Algiers 3 years on...
17322[Diary entry: 11 May 1787] (Washington Papers)
Friday 11th. Set out before breakfast and rid 12 Miles to Skirrets Tavern, where we baited, and...
1732316th. (Adams Papers)
Breakfasted at Judge Dana’s. Doctor Waterhouse came, in and entertained us for some time with his...
17324[Diary entry: 19 October 1787] (Washington Papers)
Friday. 19th. Mr. Houston &ca. going away about 10 Oclock I rid to the Ferry, Frenchs, Dogue run...
1732513. (Adams Papers)
Put my horse at Tappan’s. Eve with Dr. Kilham.
17326[Diary entry: 25 June 1785] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 25th. Mercury at 72 in the Morning—72 at Noon and 77 at Night. Clear and but little wind...
1732730th. (Adams Papers)
Parson Toppan of Newtown preach’d at our meeting this day. I attended all day and was very much...
An act to empower and direct the Delegates of this State in Congress to accede to ratify and...
173296th. (Adams Papers)
In the beginning of the evening, I took a walk with Pickman, up to Mrs. Atkins’s. We found only...
17330[Diary entry: 9 November 1787] (Washington Papers)
Friday. 9th. Wind at So. West and weather clear and mild. Went this day to the back line of my...
17331[Diary entry: 15 July 1785] (Washington Papers)
Friday 15th. Mercury at 74 in the Morng.—78 at Noon and 76 at Night. Lowering Morning with the...
1733220th. (Adams Papers)
I pass’d the forenoon at home in writing. In the afternoon, I attended meeting and heard Mr....
17333[Diary entry: 23 October 1787] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday—23d. Left this place before Sunrise. Coming to Muddy hole by 8 oclock and finding the...
173349th. (Adams Papers)
I received a short letter from W. Cranch. I make a pretty rapid progress with my book of forms,...
1733526th. (Adams Papers)
General Lincoln, it seems, finds more difficulties in the affair he has undertaken, than were...
17336[Diary entry: 29 April 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 29th. Dined at Colo. Charles Carters and drank Tea at Mr. John Lewis’s.
17337[Diary entry: 26 December 1787] (Washington Papers)
Wednesday 26th. Thermometer at 35 in the Morning—43 at Noon And 40 at Night. Morning calm, &...
17338[Diary entry: 5 August 1785] (Washington Papers)
Friday 5th. Thermometer at 74 in the Morning—76 at Noon and 76 at Night. After Breakfast, and...
1733910th. (Adams Papers)
The storm continued all this day, and rather with increasing violence. Thompson and I again dined...
17340[Diary entry: 13 November 1787] (Washington Papers)
Tuesday 13th. Very mild & soft morning—wind at South. Rid to all the Plantns. At the Neck 8 plows...
1734116th. (Adams Papers)
I rose just before the commons bell rung for dinner, quite refreshed, and not more fatigued, than...
17342[Diary entry: 19 May 1787] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 19th. No more States represented. Dined at Mr. Ingersolls. Spent the evening at my...
1734313th. (Adams Papers)
Captain Wyer was in the office this afternoon, a couple of hours; very zealous for the new...
The hon. Mr. Hamilton . Mr. Chairman, in the course of these debates, it has been suggested, that...
1734530th. (Adams Papers)
Mrs. Cranch, Miss Betsey, and her brother, came from Braintree this morning, dined at Mr....
17346[Diary entry: 29 April 1787] (Washington Papers)
29th. Wind at So.—& warm all day.
1734716th. (Adams Papers)
The gentlemen left us this morning for Portsmouth. The weather very cold. At home all day. Began...
17348[Diary entry: 30 December 1787] (Washington Papers)
Sunday 30th. Thermometer at 34 in the Morning—35 at Noon And 32 at Night. Wind at So. Et. and...
173496th. (Adams Papers)
Engaged an horse, to go to Haverhill to-morrow; White went to Boston for the same purpose. Mr....
That the U.S. of America heretofore connected in government with Great Britain, had found it...