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155121. (Adams Papers)
Variable weather. Gibbon’s history.
155222. (Adams Papers)
Rode my horse. Andrews went towards Nby Pt.
155323. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Russell’s and returned at Night.
155424. (Adams Papers)
Gunning in the morning with Charles. Tired.
155525. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Thaxter. Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mr. Shaw.
155626. (Adams Papers)
Heard Mr. Shaw. Cranch and Phillips.
155727. (Adams Papers)
Splendid parade. Much company. Several regiments of troops from Boston were reviewed by Gov....
155828. (Adams Papers)
Company gone. Went to Mr. Cranch’s.
155929. (Adams Papers)
Went with Tom to Cambridge. Returned.
156030. (Adams Papers)
Mr. A. went to Boston. Charles to Cambridge.
156131. (Adams Papers)
Mr. A. returned. Company at dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Storer. C. Storer &c.
1562[November 1788] (Adams Papers)
Rode as usual; and read Gibbon &c. General Knox dined with us. P. M. After “P.M.” follows in...
1563November 1. 1788. (Adams Papers)
Rode as usual; and read Gibbon &c.
15642. (Adams Papers)
General Knox dined with us. P. M. After “P.M.” follows in shorthand “no meeting.”
15653. (Adams Papers)
Cicero de Senectute. Getting well. Cicero’s Cato Major de Senectute , or Essay on Old Age.
15664. (Adams Papers)
Went to Boston with Mrs. Cranch. Returned.
15675. (Adams Papers)
W. Cranch came from Boston. Fine weather.
15686. (Adams Papers)
Evening at Mrs. Quincy’s. Parson Wiberd. The entry concludes with shorthand for “no feeling.”
15697. (Adams Papers)
Mr. and Mrs. A went to Boston. Dined at Mr. Cranch’s.
15708. (Adams Papers)
Quite lonesome. Mrs. C. came home.
15719. (Adams Papers)
Parson Wibird dined at Mr. C’s. Folks came home.
157210. (Adams Papers)
Madam preparing for New York. AA was planning to visit AA2 ( AA2, Jour. and Corr. Journal and...
157311. (Adams Papers)
Rain all day. Cleared up in the evening.
157412. (Adams Papers)
Went to Boston. Mrs. A. N. York. Lodgd at Camb.
157513. (Adams Papers)
Returned to Braintree in the forenoon.
157614. (Adams Papers)
Justinian’s Inst. Foster’s Cr. Law. Gibbon &c. Justinian’s Institutes , a textbook of Roman law...
157715. (Adams Papers)
Cold Weather. Dr. Tufts this evening.
157816. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Norton. He dined with us.
157917. (Adams Papers)
Went to Milton. Chilly weather looks like snow.
158018. (Adams Papers)
Rode as usual. Read a variety at home.
158119. (Adams Papers)
My health happily recovered. Rain; part of the day.
158220. (Adams Papers)
Went to Mr. Cranch’s. Mrs. C. gone to Boston.
158321. (Adams Papers)
Letter from Mamma. Hartford. Fed. Senators. Probably AA to JA , 16 Nov. ( Adams Papers ). In this...
158422. (Adams Papers)
Went to Boston. Return’d with W. Cranch.
158523. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Everett of Dorchester: dined with us.
158624. (Adams Papers)
Very warm; rainy, disagreeable weather.
158725. (Adams Papers)
Charles came home from Cambridge.
158826. (Adams Papers)
Wm. Cranch was here. Rode to Milton.
158927. (Adams Papers)
Thanksgiving day. Dull weather.
159028. (Adams Papers)
Bad night. Dined at My Uncle Adams’s.
159129. (Adams Papers)
Snow. Charles could not go to Cambridge.
159230. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Wibird preach’d. Charles dined at Mr. C.’s.
1593[December 1788] (Adams Papers)
Charles return’d to Cambridge. Winslow Warren. Rode in the afternoon. Gibbon 5th. vol. 4th. gone...
1594December 1. 1788. (Adams Papers)
Charles return’d to Cambridge.
15952. (Adams Papers)
Winslow Warren. Rode in the afternoon.
15963. (Adams Papers)
Gibbon 5th. vol. 4th. gone which I much regret.
15974. (Adams Papers)
Very cold. At Mr. Cranch’s. Dr. Fogg. Mr. Thayer.
15985. (Adams Papers)
Wm Cranch came from Boston. Heard from N. York. Presumably the letter written by AA to JA between...
15996. (Adams Papers)
Went to Milton with Wm. Cranch. He dined with us.
16007. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Cranch’s after meeting. Mr. C. quite unwell.