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248122d. (Adams Papers)
Staid at home from meeting the whole day, and was busily employ’d in writing; and yet have not...
248228th. (Adams Papers)
I received a letter from Mr. W. Smith, informing me of my aunt Smith’s Death. She was here this...
248311th. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon, I took a ride with Mr. Shaw, to see my classmate Welch, who lives about four miles...
248425th. (Adams Papers)
It continued raining all night, and in the morning so that I could not go out of town. We went to...
24852d. (Adams Papers)
Attended meeting all day. Mr. Hilliard preach’d; much in the old way. The meeting house however...
248626th. (Adams Papers)
M: de St: Olympe: Mr. Franklin and Mr. Williams dined with us. The first is a west Indian; who is...
248716th. (Adams Papers)
We had no minister to day, at our meeting house. Nancy went to the other in the forenoon, and...
24888th. (Adams Papers)
At length we have some rain, the fruits of the Earth, have long been drooping for the want of it....
248912th. (Adams Papers)
Paris afternoon with Mrs. A. upon some business for Mrs. Hay, who is at Beaugency. Mr. Graff au...
24905th. (Adams Papers)
Eliza Spent the day with us. I accompanied her home, in the Evening, and spent half an hour at...