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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...
249112th. (Adams Papers)
The freshmen carry their enmity against the Sophimores, a great deal too far. They injure...
249217th. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Dr. Franklin’s with a considerable large Company. Mr. Brillon, an old french gentleman...
24932d. (Adams Papers)
We Lodged at Hamstead last night: it storm’d so all this morning, that, we could not think of...
This morning we left Hartford New Haven, accompanied by Mr. Broome, and Mr. Brush, who wishing to...
24953d. (Adams Papers)
Mrs. and Miss Adams, went into Paris in the evening: and went with young Mr. Franklin and Mrs....
While I was at St. Petersbourg, I had, the Pleasure, of receiving a Letter from you; I answered...
249728. (Adams Papers)
Parson Allen preached. Snow storm.
249825th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Webber preach’d here, for Mr. Andrews; and I was much pleased with his discourses. They were...
249928th. (Adams Papers)
I attended upon Mr. Wibird in the forenoon. And pass’d the afternoon down at my father’s library....
250015th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Allen preach’d; and as usual delivered a good Sermon, in a very bad manner. After meeting; I...
25015th. (Adams Papers)
We called this morning at Dr. Welch’s, and at Mr. Guild’s; but left town at about ten o’clock: It...
25028th. (Adams Papers)
Finished my book of forms, and wrote an index to them. So that henceforth, I shall be able to...
250325th. (Adams Papers)
We heard Mr. Evans preach, all day: he attempted to be quite pathetic in the afternoon; but when...
250425th. (Adams Papers)
Very pleasant, all day. A curious Event happened, at the last Assembly: a misfortune befel one of...
250515th. (Adams Papers)
Went to meeting in the forenoon, and heard Mr. Wibird preach. That most pleasing part of his...
250612th. (Adams Papers)
I had some writing, which I wished to do this day, and I therefore did not attend at the office....
25075th. (Adams Papers)
A sultry, disagreeable day. Mr. Williams gave a philosophical lecture this morning; but I had...
25082d. (Adams Papers)
I attended Mr. Carey’s meeting this afternoon, and in the evening I went to Mr. Carter’s. Mrs....
25098th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Williams gave a public astronomical lecture this afternoon, relating to the different...
251015th. (Adams Papers)
At home all day; wrote to my Sister. Mr. Cranch return’d, in the Evening, and brought a number of...
251112th. (Adams Papers)
Very unwell with a sore throat, so that I did not attend meeting. Dined with White at my chamber....
25125th. (Adams Papers)
We had, this morning, a Philosophical Lecture, from Mr. Williams, in which he concluded the...
25132d. (Adams Papers)
The party from Roxbury under the command of Major Spooner, which went from here, thursday...
2514[May 1788] (Adams Papers)
Pickman returned this afternoon from Salem. The Club were in the evening at my room: Young Fowle,...
25152d. (Adams Papers)
Remain’d at home all the morning, writing Letters for Europe, as the british Packet is to sail...
251627th. (Adams Papers)
I feel quite indolent as I have finally got rid of the affair which has kept me employ’d this...
251717th. (Adams Papers)
Charles and my Cousin, went away in the morning, immediately after commons. Tom, went to Boston,...
After a very warm and dusty Journey, setting out early, and riding late, I arrived here on Monday...
251928th. (Adams Papers)
Mrs. Hooper’s family are in great distress. Ben, was brought home dead, last night between twelve...
252021st. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Thaxter stop’d about half an hour, this morning, on his return from Hingham, where he has...
252115th. (Adams Papers)
This morning with a fine breeze and good wind, we sounded and found bottom, at about 35 fathom of...
252218th. (Adams Papers)
After passing the day at the Office, I went and pass’d the evening at Mrs. Hooper’s. Townsend’s...
252315. (Adams Papers)
Company to dine. Mr. B. &c.
252419th. (Adams Papers)
Breakfasted with Mr. Gerry and Mr. King. The President of Congress, who was there was so kind as...
25258th. (Adams Papers)
I this day got through, my folio of Lord Coke, which has been hanging heavy upon me, these ten...
25265. (Adams Papers)
W. Cranch came from Boston. Fine weather.
252722d. (Adams Papers)
I attended to hear the debates in convention again, this forenoon. Mr. Langdon began by making a...
252812th. (Adams Papers)
I Dined with Townsend at Mrs. Hooper’s. Amory went to Portsmouth on Monday, with several of his...
25292d. (Adams Papers)
This day Townsend and Amory finally left us and were to be sworn in to the Court of common-pleas...
25308th. (Adams Papers)
We went down this evening with the young ladies, to Mr. Dana’s. I passed several hours agreeably....