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51123d. (Adams Papers)
Began upon Homer’s Iliad, in the morning, and got through 50 lines. This author would be very...
51224th. (Adams Papers)
Went over, with my Cousin and brother Charles, to dine with Mr. Allen at Bradford. A lame foot...
51325th. (Adams Papers)
Dined with my Cousin, and brothers at Mr. White’s; the young Captain was there, a youth, who goes...
51426th. (Adams Papers)
This morning my Cousin and Brother left us, to return back to Braintree. The late thaw has made...
51527th. (Adams Papers)
Finished the first book of the Satires, and began, the 2d. These I find no difficulty in, as I...
51628th. (Adams Papers)
Mrs. Shaw went over to Bradford in the afternoon, and pass’d it at Mr. Allen’s. Read Locke, upon...
51729th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Allen preach’d here to day. In the morning from Matthew VI. 33. But seek ye first the kingdom...
51830th. (Adams Papers)
Rain’d almost all day. Finish’d the first Book of Homer’s Iliad, which is far more entertaining...
51931st. (Adams Papers)
Began upon the 4th Book of the Cyropaedia. The wind at about noon, shifted to the North West, and...
520[February 1786] (Adams Papers)
Slept none last Night. Felt unwell all day. Went in the evening to Mr. White’s but nobody was...
Slept none last Night. Felt unwell all day. Went in the evening to Mr. White’s but nobody was...
5222d. (Adams Papers)
Lecture day. Mr. Adams, Mr. Allen, and Master Parker, dined here. I did not go. In the afternoon...
5233d. (Adams Papers)
Drank tea at old Mrs. Marsh’s. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw have, a very high opinion of this Person; and I...
5244th. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Mr. Osgood’s in a large Company. 16 persons, at table. Mr. Larieu, a frenchman, and Mr....
5255th. (Adams Papers)
A Snowy day. Two Sermons from Hebrews XI. 1. Now faith is the Substance of things hoped for, the...
5266th. (Adams Papers)
Finished the 4th. Book of the Cyropaedia; I shall have no more to do with this author while I...
5277th. (Adams Papers)
Drank tea, and spent the evening at Mr. Payson’s. His lady, who has had two daughters by a...
5288th. (Adams Papers)
At home all day. Mr. True, was here all the afternoon. There is something extraordinary about...
5299th. (Adams Papers)
Miss Nancy, finally left us, this afternoon; and is going to board at Mr. Israël Bartlett’s. Her...
53010th. (Adams Papers)
Thaw’d all day. The winter seems in some measure, to be gone; very little snow remaining on the...
53111th. (Adams Papers)
Eliza spent the day at Mr. White’s; went down and drank tea there, with Mr. Thaxter, who was here...
53212th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Howe, preached us two Sermons from John III. 3. Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily,...
53313th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. and Mrs. Allen, came over and dined here. They carried away my Cousin with them. She purposes...
53414th. (Adams Papers)
Snow’d all the morning. Young Mr. Willis arrived from Boston, and informed us that a vessel will...
53515th. (Adams Papers)
The weather, very mild; it thaw’d all day. Spent the Evening at Dr. Saltonstall’s; the first time...
53616th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Thaxter and Miss Nancy dined here. The latter appeared very different from when she lived...
53717th. (Adams Papers)
Began the 4th. Book of the Iliad. Here again the despicable beings, the Heathens made of their...
53818th. (Adams Papers)
All day within; the weather uncommonly mild. Mr. Thaxter spent the Evening and supped here. Began...
53919th. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Evans preach’d in the forenoon from Luke XV. 18. 19. I will arise and go to my father, and...
54020th. (Adams Papers)
Snow’d almost all day. In the evening I went over to Bradford, with my brother. Eliza, thought to...