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1011777. Feb. 21. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Dined Yesterday at Mr. Samuel Purveyances. Mr. Robert his Brother and Lady, the President and...
1021777. Feb. 23. (Adams Papers)
Took a Walk with Mr. Gerry, down to a Place called Ferry Branch, a Point of Land which is formed...
1031777. Feb. 28. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Last Evening had a good deal of free Conversation, with Mr. R. Purveyance. He seems to me to have...
104Feb. 29. (Adams Papers)
Feb. 29.
105[September 1777] (Adams Papers)
Fryday the 12, I removed from Captn. Duncans in Walnutt Street to the Revd. Mr. Sprouts in Third...
106Septr. 15. 1777. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Fryday the 12, I removed from Captn. Duncans in Walnutt Street to the Revd. Mr. Sprouts in Third...
1071777. Sept. 16. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
No Newspaper this Morning. Mr. Dunlap has moved or packed up his Types. A Note from G. Dickinson...
1081777. Septr. 18. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
The violent N.E. Storm which began the Day before Yesterday continues. We are yet in...
1091777. Septr. 19. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
At 3 this Morning was waked by Mr. Lovell, and told that the Members of Congress were gone, some...
110Septr. 20. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Breakfasted at Mrs. J. B. Smiths. The old Gentleman, his Son Thomas the Loan Officer, were here,...
1111777 Septr. 21. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
It was a false alarm which occasioned our Flight from Philadelphia. Not a Soldier of Howes has...
1121777. Monday. Septr. 22. (Adams Papers)
Breakfasted at Ringolds in Quaker Town, dined at Shannons in Easton at the Forks, slept at...
pd. at Quaker Town 2 1/2 dollars. pd. at Johnsons at Bethlehem 8 dollars at Hartmans Reading 4...
1141777. Tuesday. Septr. 23. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Okeley Okely , Mr. Hassey Hasse and Mr. Edwine Ettwein came to see me. Mr. Edwine shewed Us,...
1151777 Wednesday Sept. 24. (Adams Papers)
Fine Morning. We all went to Meeting last Evening, where Mr. Edwine gave the People a short...
1161777. Thursday. Septr. 25. (Adams Papers)
Rode from Bethlehem through Allan Town, Yesterday, to a German Tavern, about 18 Miles from...
117[November 1777] (Adams Papers)
At Willis’s at the Log Goal in New Jersey 28 miles from Easton. 1777 Tuesday Novr. 11. Sett off...
1181777 Saturday Novr. 15th. (Adams Papers)
At Willis’s at the Log Goal in New Jersey 28 miles from Easton. 1777 Tuesday Novr. 11. Sett off...
119Monday. Novr. 17. 1777. (Adams Papers)
Rode Yesterday from Logg Jail, Willis’s, breakfasted at Hoffmans, at Sussex Ct. House, and supped...
120Tuesday Novr. 18. 1777. (Adams Papers)
Lodged at Brooks’s, 5 Miles from the North River. Rode to the Continental Ferry, crossed over,...
121Wednesday Novr. 19. 1777. (Adams Papers)
Dined at Storms, lodged last night and breakfasted this Morning at Loudouns at Fish Kill. Here We...
122Thursday Novr. 20. (Adams Papers)
To Harrwington Harwinton , Phillips’s 5 Miles.—To Yales in Farmington 5.—To Humphreys in Simsbury...
123Novr. 21. (Adams Papers)
To Hays’s, Salmon Brook 5. miles.—To Southwick, Loomis, 6.—To Fowlers 3. miles.—To Westfield,...
124[February 1778] (Adams Papers)
Captain Samuel Tucker, Commander of the Frigate Boston, met me, at Mr. Norton Quincy’s, where We...
1251778 February 13. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Captain Samuel Tucker, Commander of the Frigate Boston, met me, at Mr. Norton Quincy’s, where We...
1261778. 14. Feb. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
A very fine Morning, the Wind at Northwest. At Daybreak orders were given for the Ship to unmoor....
127Feb. 15. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning weigh’d the last Anchor, and came under Sail, before Breakfast. A fine Wind, and a...
1281778. Feb. 16. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Another Storm for our Mortification—the Wind at N.E. and the Snow so thick that the Captain...
12917. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
I set a Lesson to my Son in Chambauds French Grammar and asked the Favour of Dr. Noel to shew him...
1301778. Feb. 18. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Last night, about Sunsett We sailed out of Marblehead Harbour, and have had a fine Wind, from...
131Feb. 19. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Arose at 4 O Clock. The Wind and Weather still fair. The Ship rolls less than Yesterday, and I...
132Feb. 20. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
In the Morning nothing to be seen, but soon after another Sail discovered ahead, which is...
Exhibited such Scaenes as were new to me. We lost Sight of our Enemy it is true but We found our...
Tuesday We spyd a Sail and gave her Chase. We overhawled her, and upon firing a Gun to Leeward,...
1351778. Feb. 26. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
I have made many Observations, in the late bad Weather, some of which I do not think it prudent...
136Feb. 27. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
A Calm. As soft and warm as Summer. A Species of black Fish, which our officers call Beneaters,...
1371778. Feb. 28. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Last Night and this Day We have enjoyed a fine easy Breeze. The Ship has had no Motion but...
138[March 1778] (Adams Papers)
Discovered that our Mainmast was sprung in two Places—one beneath the Main Deck, where if the...
1391778. March 1. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Discovered that our Mainmast was sprung in two Places—one beneath the Main Deck, where if the...
140March 2. Monday. (Adams Papers)
A fine Wind still and a pleasant Morning. The Colour of the Water which is green, not blue as it...
1411778. March 3. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Our Wind continued brisk and fresh all the last Night, and this Morning. Our Course is about N.E....
1421778. March 4. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Fair Weather, but an Adverse Wind, from the N.E., which ob liges Us to go to the Southward of the...
143March 5. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
This Morning We have the pleasantest Prospect we have yet seen —a fine easy Breeze, from the...
1441778. March 6. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
The Wind continued in the same Point, about S outh all Night, and the Ship has gone 9 Knotts upon...
145March 7. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
The same prosperous Wind, and the same beautifull Weather continue. We proceed in our Course at...
1461778. March 8. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
The same Wind and Weather continues, and We go at 7 and 1/2 and 8 Knots. We are supposed to be...
1471778. March 9. Monday. (Adams Papers)
Last Night the Wind shifted to the N. West, and blew fresh. It is now still fairer for Us than...
148Saturday. March 14. (Adams Papers)
I have omitted inserting the Occurrences of this Week, on Account of the Hurry and Confusion, We...
1491778. March 19. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
I have scarcely been able to stand, or sit, without holding fast, with both my Hands, upon some...
150March 20 Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Yester Afternoon, the Weather cleared up, and the Wind came about very fair. We had a great Run,...