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2431 Adams, John Quincy 26. 1788-12-26 Returned to N. Port. Wrote in the Eve.
2432 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1788-05-19 Began upon the second book of Hawkins. The first treats of all offences, against the public; and...
2433 Adams, John Quincy 30. 1788-12-30 Eve at Dr. Sawyer’s. Mr. Boyd.—a youth.
2434 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1788-06-09 Mr. Parsons had so much information to give every one who came into the office this day that, we...
2435 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1788-05-23 Continual North east winds have prevailed for a week past. This evening, I past, with Thompson at...
2436 Adams, John Quincy 26th. 1787-10-26 We went and escorted a number of ladies to the packet: and by eleven o’clock, almost all the...
2437 Adams, John Quincy 13th. 1788-06-13 Townsend, and one or two more of my friends dined with me this day. He went in the afternoon to...
2438 Adams, John Quincy 29th. 1786-01-29 Mr. Allen preach’d here to day. In the morning from Matthew VI. 33. But seek ye first the kingdom...
2439 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1787-03-19 This morning the junior’s Prescott, and Wier, were publicly admonished for having had riotous...
2440 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1788-07-03 Between nine and ten I went with my father from Braintree. We got into Cambridge at about twelve....
2441 Adams, John Quincy 19th. 1786-02-19 Mr. Evans preach’d in the forenoon from Luke XV. 18. 19. I will arise and go to my father, and...
2442 Adams, John Quincy 30th. 1787-10-30 Sauntered about town, the chief part of the day: attended in the gallery of the house of...
2443 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1787-04-09 This is the last week in which our Class attend recitations; and, this morning Mr. Burr gave us...
2444 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1787-11-06 Mr. Parsons went this morning to Salem, where the supreme Court sits this week. I pass’d this...
2445 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1787-03-23 Charles went down to Mr. Dana’s this evening; the judge is mending but quite slowly: I had...
2446 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1786-03-09 Mr. Shaw went over to Bradford, to Mr. Allen’s Lecture. The river still remains in a dangerous...
2447 Adams, John Quincy 23d. 1786-02-23 Mr. Shaw went to the funeral of Mr. Wingate, formerly a Minister at Boxford. A Mr. and Mrs. Swift...
2448 Adams, John Quincy 13th. 1787-04-13 Mr. and Mrs. Gannett went away at about 11. this forenoon, and left their daughter here. I pass’d...
2449 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1787-11-10 Attended at the office as usual, and read Blackstone: passed the evening with Putnam at his...
2450 Adams, John Quincy 13th. 1786-03-13 The Day was employ’d in paying visits, and packing up my trunks. I went to Mr. White’s, Major...
2451 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1787-05-03 Cranch went to Braintree this morning. I pass’d the greater part of the day in writing. I do not...
2452 Adams, John Quincy 9th. 1786-04-09 Attended the meeting all day. Mr. Hilliard preached in the forenoon from Job II. 10. What? Shall...
2453 Adams, John Quincy 6th. 1786-11-06 We recited this morning for the first time in Ferguson’s astronomy. The part which I have read is...
2454 Adams, John Quincy [September 1787] 1787-09-01 Between 9 and 10 o’clock this morning I departed from Braintree with Mrs. Cranch: we got to Mr....
2455 Adams, John Quincy 13th. 1786-04-13 Went down and staid part of the forenoon, at the Office. Drank tea at Mr. Apthorp’s. A man of a...
2456 Adams, John Quincy 10th. 1786-11-10 We had a Lecture at 10 this forenoon from Mr. Williams, explaining the theory of the motion of...
2457 Adams, John Quincy [December 1787] 1787-12-01 I dined at Mr. White’s; after dinner I went to Mr. Shaw’s, stay’d about an hour, and just before...
2458 Adams, John Quincy 3d. 1786-05-03 Wednesday, and Monday, are our two busiest days in the Week. Every minute is employ’d. This...
2459 Adams, John Quincy 28th. 1785-12-28 The sharpest day we have had, this Season. Dined at Mr. Duncan’s, in Company, with Miss P. White,...
2460 Adams, John Quincy [March 1788] 1788-03-01 The weather is very severe: The month comes in like a Lion, and according to the farmer’s proverb...