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2551Thursday December 1st. 1785. (Adams Papers)
Several of the Ladies, and Gentlemen, went in a party to Methuen, about 10 miles distant, in...
255227th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Jackson, sent one of his sons to inform me, that he heard last evening at Beverly, that...
255317th. (Adams Papers)
Townsend left Town this morning, but as the wind soon got easterly, I imagine he did not go far....
255431st. (Adams Papers)
Finished, this forenoon with Hawkins. Dined at Mr. N. Carter’s. As did Mr. Farnham and Thompson:...
25557th. (Adams Papers)
W. Cranch went to Boston this morning; and I suppose, I shall have but very little of his company...
255621st. (Adams Papers)
The weather was very warm. I went down to my uncle Quincy’s, and from thence on the shore. One...
255727th. (Adams Papers)
It was late before I retired last night, and this morning I arose between 10 and 11. Little...
255811th. (Adams Papers)
This day completes my twenty first year; It emancipates me from the yoke of paternal authority...
255927th. (Adams Papers)
Finished the 5th book of the Iliad; containing, the gallant actions of Diomed es , who drives all...
256017th. (Adams Papers)
The whole company arrived here early this morning: we went up into the burying ground and saw the...
256114th. (Adams Papers)
I find I am getting fast into the same unmeaning dull sameness, which has frequently abbreviated...
2562Friday August 1st. 1788. (Adams Papers)
The day was spent in the usual uninteresting manner: indeed it may be generally observed that the...
256331st. (Adams Papers)
The Class recited in Doddridge this morning, but I did not attend, being rather unwell. The...
25647th. (Adams Papers)
This morning I went up, with Cranch, Learned, Lloyd, Mason, Phelps and Putnam, to the fresh pond,...
25654th. (Adams Papers)
White returned this morning to Haverhill. At the office all day. Mr. Parsons still very...
256621st. (Adams Papers)
Snow’d quite fast this morning, and the weather was very cold. Between 10 and 11 however we...
256711th. (Adams Papers)
Storm’d again the whole day: we had a lecture from Mr. Williams, upon heat, in which he...
256817th. (Adams Papers)
We went out on a shooting party, and were gone all the morning. The weather quite warm all day....
256914th. (Adams Papers)
We had a meeting of the ΦBK immediately after Commons in the morning, and received White. The...
2570Friday June 1st. 1787. (Adams Papers)
At 11, we had another lecture upon the optical instruments; the solar microscope, the telescope,...
25717th. (Adams Papers)
Sacrament day. Mr. Hilliard, preach’d in the morning from 1st. of Corinthians. I. 30. But of him...
25724th. (Adams Papers)
We had after prayers a class-meeting, upon the subject of a private commencement. Freeman read...
257321st. (Adams Papers)
Same Story over again. Chilly, and misty. This is but a poor way of dragging out an existence; I...
2574[July 1788] (Adams Papers)
It was nine o’clock before I could get away from Braintree this morning, and I arrived at the...
25754th. (Adams Papers)
The british Packet sailed at about 10, in the morning. The weather was rainy, so I did not go out...
257611th. (Adams Papers)
There has been no reciting this day. Cranch, went to Boston, in the morning, and will not...
257729th. (Adams Papers)
It is a most unhappy Circumstance, for a Man to be very ambitious, without those Qualities which...
2578[November 1788] (Adams Papers)
Rode as usual; and read Gibbon &c. General Knox dined with us. P. M. After “P.M.” follows in...
2579Thursday June 1st. 1786. (Adams Papers)
We had this forenoon a Lecture from Mr. Williams. Upon the reflection and the refraction of...
258019th. (Adams Papers)
Spent the day, in alternately reading, writing, walking, and playing. This is dull life, and...
2581January 1st. 1785. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Compliments to the Royal family at Versailles. My father carried twenty Guineas to distribute...
You have doubtless received before this, my Letter by Mr. Barclay, and you will have my N:2 in a...
258323d. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Cranch went this morning to Boston. His Son, went with him, and will proceed to Haverhill,...
2584Sunday July 17th. 1785. (Adams Papers)
At four in the morning we came to anchor, and weigh’d it again at eight o’clock: we sailed up the...
258517. (Adams Papers)
Fine weather. Gunning with Tom. Townsend.
258621st. (Adams Papers)
At 7 o’clock in the morning I left Cape’s tavern, and went to carry one of my trunks, to Water...
25877. (Adams Papers)
Mr. and Mrs. A went to Boston. Dined at Mr. Cranch’s.
2588Sunday August 8th. [1784]. (Adams Papers)
Left London, travelled to Sittingbourne. 43. miles. In the latter part of Dec. 1783, JA and JQA...
258924th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Carey is still very sick, and we had no divine service this day at his meeting. I again...
259021. (Adams Papers)
Variable weather. Gibbon’s history.
259114th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Parsons return’d this afternoon from Boston, where the supreme judicial Court, and the...
259211. (Adams Papers)
Rain all day. Cleared up in the evening.
25934th. (Adams Papers)
The weather has been rather disagreeable this day. In the evening I went with Thompson and...
2594December 1. 1788. (Adams Papers)
Charles return’d to Cambridge.
2595Monday Novr. 17th. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Mr. W. Vaughan’s: spent the evening at Mr. Fitch’s.
259626. (Adams Papers)
Dined with Mr. Thaxter. Genl. Lincoln.
259714th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Hilliard preach’d all day. It is a long time since he has given us any variety: but on the...
2598Sunday. Novr. 23d. (Adams Papers)
Dined with Mr. Champion. Probably Richard Champion , a Bristol ceramist and close friend of...
25994th. (Adams Papers)
The wind was very high all the forenoon; and although the sky was clear, the drifting of the...
2600Monday October 1st. 1787. (Adams Papers)
I have not yet got over the consequences of our frolick on Saturday evening. Three whole evenings...