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270122d. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Shaw went over to Weymouth. Mr. Cranch returned from Boston, and Mr. Standfast Smith came...
270211th. (Adams Papers)
Dined with Mr. Adams at the Marquis de la Fayette’s. There was not much American Company: M: le...
27035th. (Adams Papers)
After passing all the day, at pretty Close Study, I went and spent the Evening at Mr. White’s....
270430th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Adams dined at the Spanish Ambassador’s, Count d’Aranda, an old man 70 years of age, who...
270512th. (Adams Papers)
Charles and myself went over to Weymouth, and dined at Doctor Tufts’s. We were overtaken by a...
270616th. (Adams Papers)
Went with Mrs. A into Paris in the afternoon. Got a book of Pissot, and Brindley’s Terence, la...
27072d. (Adams Papers)
I have been too busily employ’d, to have much to say. Study, does not afford, a rich source for...
27082d. (Adams Papers)
Mr. A and myself went and dined with the Marquis de la Fayette, Comte and Chevalier de la...
I am so pleased with your Letters, in general, that you may well believe that of the 6. has...
2710[December 1783] (Adams Papers)
This evening I went with Mr. West to the Academy of Painting &c. and had the same entertainment...
27113d. (Adams Papers)
Pass’d the evening at Little’s in Newbury. A Mr. Coffin, who graduated two years ago, at Harvard,...
271225th. (Adams Papers)
This afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Shaw came in from Haverhill; they found us still in great disorder:...
27139. (Adams Papers)
Diné à Passi. C. Ital: Jeannot et Colin, l’heureuse Erreur et les Vendangeurs. Florian, Jeannot...
271415th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. West went away this morning; My Father and my brother Charles, went to Boston; whence they...
271518th. (Adams Papers)
In the forenoon I attended at Mr. Smith’s meeting: he preaches without notes, and like all the...
27165th. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon A Doctor Young came to our office, for a writ against a number of insurgents. It...
27178th. (Adams Papers)
Amory went to Ipswich this afternoon. He cannot yet get entirely over his old habits. He intends...
271825th. (Adams Papers)
The other young gentlemen, went off at about 8 o’clock: I waited about an hour longer, in order...
271922d. (Adams Papers)
Weather remarkably mild for the Season: I have been rather unwell for a week or 10 days back,...
272015th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Williams gave us a lecture upon pneumatics: The parts for Commencement were not given out...
272112th. (Adams Papers)
This day I finished reading the fourth and last volume of Blackstone’s Commentaries. This is one...
272218th. (Adams Papers)
Unwell, so that I could not do much all day. Finished my elements for an eclipse, and finally...
27235th. (Adams Papers)
This morning after Commons we had a meeting of the ΦBK, at Cranch’s chamber: We began by...
27248th. (Adams Papers)
It Snow’d in the morning till 10 o’clock, and it was feared the exhibition, must be again...
272525th. (Adams Papers)
Weather still the same. Mr. Wibird spent the afternoon at Mr. Cranch’s. I went with my brother...
272622d. (Adams Papers)
We had a lecture in the forenoon from Mr. Wigglesworth. Wrote off something upon conic Sections;...
27278th. (Adams Papers)
I went out with Mr. Harrison, Mrs. Swift, and Miss Riché, to Content to see Lady Wheate, who is...
272815th. (Adams Papers)
We recite this week to Mr. Hale, in Locke. This is upon the whole, the most unpopular Tutor in...
272912th. (Adams Papers)
The government, this morning, determined that if more than half the students should be destitute...
273012th. (Adams Papers)
This morning Mr. Chaumont came, and proposed to me, to buy an horse, so that we might go to...