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108126th. (Adams Papers)
Employ’d myself the whole day in writing. Dr. Tufts was here in the forenoon. I am now waiting...
108227th. (Adams Papers)
Wrote all the forenoon. In the afternoon I read a novel, which arrived from England by the last...
108328th. (Adams Papers)
Writing all the forenoon. In the afternoon I went out, with my brother Tom, upon a shooting...
108429th. (Adams Papers)
Attended parson Wibird the whole day. He recommended very highly humility, or spiritual poverty;...
108530th. (Adams Papers)
Writing all day. Dr. Tufts was over here in the afternoon. Weather very cold; a fire in dog-days...
1086[August 1787] (Adams Papers)
A cold north-east storm. Reading and writing all day. Wrote a letter to my mother, and one to my...
108731st. (Adams Papers)
A cold north-east storm. Reading and writing all day. Wrote a letter to my mother, and one to my...
1088Wednesday August 1st. 1787. (Adams Papers)
Tom set out this morning for Haverhill. I expected to be there before now; but one thing and...
10892d. (Adams Papers)
One of the Miss Greenleaf’s and a married sister of her’s dined here, and withal Miss Taylor, the...
10903d. (Adams Papers)
I went over to Milton this forenoon, and dined at General Warren’s. I found my Class-mate Sever...
10914th. (Adams Papers)
The weather was extremely warm, all the forenoon. Rambled about, upon Mr. Cranch’s farm with my...
10925th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Wibird preach’d this day, upon two different subjects which for him, was something very...
10936th. (Adams Papers)
Down upon the water side, and along upon the marshes with my cousin all the forenoon, but we were...
10947th. (Adams Papers)
My Cousin went to Boston in the morning, and did not return till night. I had an opportunity by...
10958th. (Adams Papers)
This morning Emerson went to Hingham, and I walk’d over to Weymouth, and dined with Doctor Tufts....
10969th. (Adams Papers)
I breakfasted this morning with Mr. Andrews, and after breakfast called upon Jack Forbes; in...
109710th. (Adams Papers)
Spent the whole of the forenoon at Mr. Thaxter’s office. Dined at Mr. Shaw’s. In the afternoon I...
109811th. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon, I took a ride with Mr. Shaw, to see my classmate Welch, who lives about four miles...
109912th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Tappan, from Newbury preach’d here the whole day. Both his sermons were doctrinal, but very...
110013th. (Adams Papers)
I intended to have gone this day to Newbury-Port, but the weather was so excessively warm, that I...
110114th. (Adams Papers)
It was so warm again this day, that I did not set out from Haverhill, till between 3 and 4 in the...
110215th. (Adams Papers)
In the forenoon I went to see Mr. Parsons, and inform’d him that I should probably attend at his...
110316th. (Adams Papers)
I went again this forenoon to see Miss Jones, and offered to call in the afternoon and take a...
110417th. (Adams Papers)
At home all the forenoon, reading Tom Jones, one of the best novels in the language. The scenes...
110518th. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon I took a ride, with White, to see our class mate Eaton. We spent about an hour with...
110619th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Kimball preach’d a couple of practical discourses, the subjects of which I liked better than...
110720th. (Adams Papers)
I had some thoughts of leaving Haverhill this morning; but it rain’d all the forenoon; and as I...
110821st. (Adams Papers)
Hazy weather again all the forenoon. I went and pass’d an hour with my friend White before...
110922d. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Judge Sargeant’s, with Mr. and Mrs. Shaw. Mr. Porter and his lady are there upon a visit...
111023d. (Adams Papers)
I left Haverhill this morning at about 9 o’clock; and at 12 arrived at the tavern in Wilmington,...