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1 Adams, John [John Adams’ Diary resumes.] 1789-07-15 Mr. Carrol. The Executive Power is commensurate with the Legislative and Judicial Powers. The...
2 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the United States Senate] July 15. … 1789-07-15 Mr. Carrol. The Executive Power is commensurate with the Legislative and Judicial Powers. The...
3 Adams, John [September 1789] 1789-09-16 Mr. Elsworth informed me That Governor Randolph of Virginia, opened the Convention at...
4 Adams, John 1789 Septr. 16. Wednesday. 1789-09-16 Mr. Elsworth informed me That Governor Randolph of Virginia, opened the Convention at...
5 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Senate on the Residence Bill] … 1789-09-22 Mr. Grayson. No Census yet taken, by which the Center of Population— We have Markets, Archives,...
6 Adams, John [Notes of Debates on the Residence Bill, continued] … 1789-09-23 Mr. Lee. Navigation of the Susquehannah. Mr. Grayson. Antwerp and the Scheld. Reasons of State...
7 Adams, John [Notes of Debates on the Residence Bill, continued] … 1789-09-24 Mr. Grayson. moves to strike out the Words, “in the State of Pensilvania.” Mr. Butler. The Center...
8 Adams, John [January 1790] 1790-01-25 It was not the sense of either House, or of any member of either, that the Business pending at...
9 Adams, John [Notes of Debates in the Senate concerning unfinished … 1790-01-25 It was not the sense of either House, or of any member of either, that the Business pending at...
10 Adams, John [1790?] 1790-01-01 Interest, Corruption, Prejudice, Error, Ignorance. Causes of wrong Judgments. Have not these...
11 Adams, John [November 1791] 1791-11-01 Williamson. Great Numbers emigrate to the back parts of North and S.C. and G. for the Sake of...
12 Adams, John [November? 1791.] 1791-11-01 Williamson. Great Numbers emigrate to the back parts of North and S.C. and G. for the Sake of...
13 Adams, John Fryday. Nov. 11. 1791. 1791-11-11 Yesterday a No. of the national Gazette was sent to me, by Phillip Freneau, printed by Childs and...
14 Adams, John [June 1795] 1795-06-21 Lime dissolves all vegetable Substances, such as Leaves, Straws, Stalks, Weeds, and converts them...
15 Adams, John 1795 June 21. 1795-06-21 Lime dissolves all vegetable Substances, such as Leaves, Straws, Stalks, Weeds, and converts them...
16 Adams, John 1795. 1795-01-01 Mr. Meredith at Mr. Vaughans explained to me his Method. He takes a first Crop of Clover early:...
17 Adams, John [June 1796] 1796-06-20 Sullivan Lathrop came for 6 Mo nths at 12 1/2. Here begins a brief revival of JA ’s Diary,...
18 Adams, John June 20 [1796]. 1796-06-20 Sullivan Lathrop came for 6 Mo nths at 12 1/2. Here begins a brief revival of JA ’s Diary,...
19 Adams, John June 22. 1796-06-22 Thomas Lathrop came for 6 Mo nths at 9.
20 Adams, John [July 1796] 1796-07-12 Yesterday mow’d all the Grass on Stony field Hill. To day ploughing for Hilling among the Corn...
21 Adams, John Quincy July 12. Tuesday. 1796-07-12 Yesterday mow’d all the Grass on Stony field Hill. To day ploughing for Hilling among the Corn...
22 Adams, John July 13. Wednesday. 1796-07-13 My new Barn is to be raised this Afternoon, a Rod or two from my Fathers which he built when I...
23 Adams, John July 14. 1796 Thursday. 1796-07-14 The Wind N.W. after a fine rain. A firing of Cannon this morning in the Harbour. I arose by four...
24 Adams, John July 15. Fryday. 1796-07-15 A very heavy Shower of Rain. Thunder in the morning. Billings still unable to work—goes over...
25 Adams, John July 16. 1796 Saturday. 1796-07-16 Paid off Puffer, for Eleven Days Works at a Dollar a Day. Trask and Stetson at work in the...
26 Adams, John July 17. 1796 Sunday. 1796-07-17 Warm but clear. Billings at home but running down Cellar for Cyder. We are to have a Mr....
27 Adams, John July 18 1796. Monday. 1796-07-18 Billings is at hoe. The Kitchen Folk say he is steady. A terrible drunken distracted Week he has...
28 Adams, John July 19. 1796. Tuesday. 1796-07-19 A plentifull Shower of Rain with Thunder and Lightning this Morning. Took a Tea spoonful of Bark...
29 Adams, John July 20. 1796. Wednesday. Commencement. 1796-07-20 Rode to the Swamp, at the Top of Penns hill. Trask is mowing the Bushes, cutting the Trees, and...
30 Adams, John July 21. Thursday. 1796-07-21 Sullivan Lathrop and Bass carting earth into the Yard from the Ground which is to be thrown into...
31 Adams, John July 22. Fryday. 1796-07-22 Billings sober and steady, persevering in his declaration that he will not drink, these 12...
32 Adams, John July 23. 1796. Saturday. 1796-07-23 Rode down to the Barley and Black grass at the Beach. The Barley is better than I hoped. The...
33 Adams, John July 24. 1796. Sunday. 1796-07-24 We are to have for a Preacher a Mr. Whitcomb. Billings is still cool and steady. In the 1st. Vol....
34 Adams, John July 25. 1796. Monday. 1796-07-25 Dull Weather but no Rain. The Lathrops with the Team are going to the Swamp on Penns Hill for a...
35 Adams, John July 26. 1796. Tuesday. 1796-07-26 Cloudy and begins to rain, the Wind at N.E. The Men gone up the Hill to rake the Barley. In...
36 Adams, John July 27. 1796 Wednesday. 1796-07-27 Billings and Sullivan making and liming an heap of Manure. They compounded it, of Earth carted in...
37 Adams, John July 28. 1796. Thursday. 1796-07-28 Billings and Sullivan are gone to the Beech for a Load of Seaweed to put into their Hill of...
38 Adams, John July 29. 1796. Fryday. 1796-07-29 Hot after Thunder, Lightening and an Hours Rain. The two Lathrops threshing. Billing and Bass...
39 Adams, John July 30th. Saturday. 1796-07-30 All hands carting Earth and making Compost, i.e. 4 hands Billings, Bass and the two Lathrops....
40 Adams, John July 31. 1796. Sunday. 1796-07-31 A fine N.W. Wind, pure Air, clear Sky, and bright Sun. Reading the second Volume of Petrarchs...
41 Adams, John [August 1796] 1796-08-01 Hands all gone to finish our Equinoctial Line of Wall as Billings calls it.—Hot, sultry, muggy...
42 Adams, John August 1. 1796. Monday. 1796-08-01 Hands all gone to finish our Equinoctial Line of Wall as Billings calls it.—Hot, sultry, muggy...
43 Adams, John August 2. 1796 Tuesday. 1796-08-02 Wrote to Mr. Sullivan by Dr. Tufts an Answer to his Inquiries concerning Mitchels Map and St....
44 Adams, John August 3. 1796. Wednesday. 1796-08-03 Brisler is going to Squantum and Long Island, for my Twin Oxen who are reprieved for a Year. The...
45 Adams, John August 4. 1796 Thursday. 1796-08-04 Of all the Summers of my Life, this has been the freest from Care, Anxiety and Vexation to me....
46 Adams, John August 5. 1796. Fryday. 1796-08-05 A fine day. I have finished Petrarch. Walked up to the new Barn and over to the old Plain....
47 Adams, John August 6. 1796. Saturday. 1796-08-06 Billings and Bass off by Day for Seaweed. Twin oxen sent to be shod. Omnium Rerum Domina, Virtus....
48 Adams, John August 7. 1796. Sunday. 1796-08-07 I am reading a Work of Cicero that I remember not to have read before. It is intituled M. Tullii...
49 Adams, John August 8. 1796. Monday. 1796-08-08 Billing and Bass gone to mowing Salt Grass at the Beach Meadow. T. Lothrop unloading the Sea...
50 Adams, John August 9. 1796. Tuesday. 1796-08-09 4 hands mowing Salt Grass. Finished the Beach Meadow. Trask mowing Bushes to make room for the...