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    From: Adams Papers | Diary and Autobiography of John Adams | Volume 2 | [1778]

    1[February 1778] (Adams Papers)
    Captain Samuel Tucker, Commander of the Frigate Boston, met me, at Mr. Norton Quincy’s, where We...
    2[March 1778] (Adams Papers)
    Discovered that our Mainmast was sprung in two Places—one beneath the Main Deck, where if the...
    3[April 1778] (Adams Papers)
    This Morning Mr. J. C. Champagne, negociant and Courtier de Marine, at Blaye, came on board, to...
    4[May 1778] (Adams Papers)
    Aujourdhui J’ai été diner, chez Monsieur Le Duke D’Ayen, le Pere de Mm. Le Ms. Madame la Marquise...
    5[June 1778] (Adams Papers)
    Went to Versailles, and found it deserted, the Court being gone to Marli. We went to Marli,...
    6[July 1778] (Adams Papers)
    The Anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence. We had the Honour of the Company of...
    7[August 1778] (Adams Papers)
    Went to Church, to the Chappell of the Duch Embassador in Paris, where We had Prayer Books,...
    8[October 1778] (Adams Papers)
    Captain Richard Grinnell of Newport Rhode Island says, that the English have this Year 17...
    9[November 1778] (Adams Papers)
    Mr. Lee read me a Paragraph of a Letter, from London, “that Mr. D. Hartley would probably be...
    10[December 1778] (Adams Papers)
    Captn. Bernard. Says There are Two hundred and Thirty Sail of Merchand Ships lying at the Mother...