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    From: Adams Papers | Diary of John Quincy Adams | Volume 2 | [1787]

    1[January 1787] (Adams Papers)
    I received, two letters, and a couple of Packets of newspapers, from Europe, they were the more...
    2[February 1787] (Adams Papers)
    It snow’d, the greatest part of the day; but gently, and without wind. Miss Jones, this forenoon,...
    3[March 1787] (Adams Papers)
    Charles went to Boston this morning: in the afternoon, I was at Foster’s chamber; he introduced...
    4[April 1787] (Adams Papers)
    Attended meeting the whole day, to hear Mr. Hilliard; and had moreover the supreme felicity of...
    5[May 1787] (Adams Papers)
    It thundered this morning from seven to nine, with some rain. I went with Barron to Mr....
    6[June 1787] (Adams Papers)
    At 11, we had another lecture upon the optical instruments; the solar microscope, the telescope,...
    7[July 1787] (Adams Papers)
    Attended Mr. Wibird all day: in the afternoon, four children were baptised. We remain’d after...
    8[August 1787] (Adams Papers)
    A cold north-east storm. Reading and writing all day. Wrote a letter to my mother, and one to my...
    9[September 1787] (Adams Papers)
    Between 9 and 10 o’clock this morning I departed from Braintree with Mrs. Cranch: we got to Mr....
    10[October 1787] (Adams Papers)
    I have not yet got over the consequences of our frolick on Saturday evening. Three whole evenings...