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Billing and Bass collecting Compost. Brought up two Loads of Seaweed and carted several Loads of...
Mr. Howell lodged with Us and spent the whole Morning in Conversation concerning the Affairs of...
53August 12. 1796. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Billing, Bass and Sullivan carting Salt Hay from the Beech Marsh. Tirell and Th. Lothrop...
54August 13. 1796 Saturday. (Adams Papers)
Three Load of Salt Hay Yesterday from the Beach Marsh. Got in 51 Bushells of Barley winnowed and...
55August 14. 1796. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
The Weather hot and dry. One great Advantage of the Christian Religion is that it brings the...
56August 15. 1796. Monday. (Adams Papers)
My Team met the Abington Team at the Bars, and plough’d the Baulk between Burrells Corn and the...
57August 16. 1796. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Reed and Mr. Gurney with Billings ploughing below the lower Garden with 9 Cattle, and the...
Seven Yoke of Oxen and a Horse, Mr. Reed, Mr. Gurney, Mr. Billings, Mr. Brisler, Sullivan and...
Ten Yoke of Oxen and ten Men ploughing in the Meadow below my House.
Ten Yoke of Oxen and twelve hands ploughing in the meadow. It is astonishing that such a Meadow...
Bracket and Vinton left me. We procured Captn. Baxters Oxen and William Field Junr. and went on...
62August 21. 1796. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
The hottest day. Unwell.
63August 22. 1796 Monday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Otis and Family went to Boston. Mr. C. Storer and Mr. Storrow breakfasted. Billings and...
64August 23. 1796 Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
All hands and Tirrell, upon the Wall—carting Stones and Earth &c. Went down to Mr. Quincys and up...
Billings, Bass and the Lothrops upon the Wall. The blacks going to pick Apples. I took Rhubarb...
Billings, Bass and the two Lothrops all this Week upon the Wall over the Way. They make about a...
67August 26. 1796. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Cloudy. Wind. N.E. but not rainy. The shower last night has refreshed Us. The Corn, the Gardens,...
Sullivan carting Seaweed, spread one Load among the red Loam in the Cavity in the Yard. Trask...
69August 28. 1796. Sunday. (Adams Papers)
Hot. Went not out. Mr. Strong preached. Reading Bryants Analysis of ancient Mythology.
70August 29. Monday. 1796. (Adams Papers)
Warm. Billings, Bass and two Sullivans with James on the Wall. Carted 9 or 10 Load of excellent...
71August 30. Tuesday. 1796. (Adams Papers)
Prospect of another hot day. Pursuing the Wall. Tirrell worked with our Men. Trask cutting Bushes...
Wind north and Air cold. Working on the high Ways. Carried a great Part of my gravel and spread...
73[September 1796] (Adams Papers)
The Summer is ended and the first day of Autumn commenced. The Morning is cold tho the Wind is...
The Summer is ended and the first day of Autumn commenced. The Morning is cold tho the Wind is...
To work again on the high Ways. They have taxed me this Year between forty nine and fifty days...
Pursuing the Wall. Tirrell is here and We expect French with his Team. Some soft warm Showers in...
Fair. No Clergyman to day.
The Anniversary of The Congress in 1774. Sullivan brought a good Load of green Seaweed, with six...
79Sept. 6. 1796. Tuesday. (Adams Papers)
Walked up to Trask mowing Bushes.
80Sept. 7. 1796. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
Belcher, Bass and Sullivan gone to mow the Marsh and get out the Thatch at Penny ferry. Billings...
81Septr. 8. 1796. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Sullivan gone for Seaweed. Bass and Thomas carting Manure from the Hill of Compost in the Yard....
82Septr. 9. 1796. Fryday. (Adams Papers)
Appearances of Rain.
Walked, with my Brother to Mount Arrarat, and find upon Inquiry that Jo. Arnold’s Fence against...
I received your kind favours of the 19 & 22 of April. the printers were very obliging in taking...
It has been impossible to get time to write you.— Morning, Noon, and Night, has been taken up...
By the News Papers, I find you have met with a temporary Loss—The United suffrages of my...
I must finally conclude to request of you to come on to New York as soon as possible and bring...
Mr Dawes sent me word that he was going to Newyork this week. I would not omit any opportunity of...
Mrs Hay call’d, and left me your Letter. tho I have not written to you before I have had you...
Brisler arrived last Evening and brought yours of May the 1 st I have not time to notice all I...
our parson has been praying for you to day that you may be enabled to discharge the high and...
I have taken an House, and now wish you to come on, as soon as possible.— It will be necessary to...
I have rec d yours of the 5 th. — If you think it best, leave Thomas at Colledge: but I pray you...
I have the happiness of informing you that M rs: Smith and the Boys are in high health and that...
I yesterday received yours of May the 3 d by Captain Beal’s in which you request that I would...
I am in such a situation that I cannot see the way clear for you to come on, till some resolution...
inclosed is a Letter from Capt n. Brown who commands the best Packet between Providence and this...
I have received your Letter of the 16 th .— I have taken a large and handsome house, in a...
I hope Barnard has arrived with the things which I sent by him. if there is any person in the...
I should have answered your last favour, ere this [but in?] [conse]quence of the information you...