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    From: Adams Papers | Diary and Autobiography of John Adams | Volume 1 | [1756]

    1[January 1756] (Adams Papers)
    At Worcester. A very rainy Day. Kept school in the forenoon; but not in the afternoon, because of...
    2[February 1756] (Adams Papers)
    Pretty cold. Staid at Home, A.M. P.M. heard Mr. Maccarty. Lodg’d with him at night. Wrote to John...
    3[March 1756] (Adams Papers)
    Wrote out Bolingbrokes reflections on Exile. For JA ’s lifelong study of, and his extensive...
    4[April 1756] (Adams Papers)
    A very rainy Day. A little Snow. On this day JA wrote a remarkable letter to his classmate...
    5[May 1756] (Adams Papers)
    A rainy Day. If we consider a little of this our Globe we find an endless Variety of Substances,...
    6[June 1756] (Adams Papers)
    Drank Tea at the Majors. The Reasoning of Mathematicians is founded on certain and infallible...
    7[July 1756] (Adams Papers)
    Sat out for Boston. Borrowed the Idea of a Patriot King of Ned. Quincy. Rode to Cambridge. Lodgd....
    8[August 1756] (Adams Papers)
    Heard Mr. Maccarty all Day. Spent the Evening at the Collonels.— The Event Shews that my...