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    From: Adams Papers | Diary of John Quincy Adams | Volume 2 | [1788]

    1[January 1788] (Adams Papers)
    Pass’d the day and evening at the office. Read at my own lodgings till one o’clock in the...
    2[February 1788] (Adams Papers)
    Pass’d a great part of the fore noon at Mr. Thaxter’s. He is now quite in the family way: he...
    3[March 1788] (Adams Papers)
    The weather is very severe: The month comes in like a Lion, and according to the farmer’s proverb...
    4[April 1788] (Adams Papers)
    The Court sits this day at Ipswich. Mr. Parsons went in the afternoon, I dined with him. Pickman...
    5[May 1788] (Adams Papers)
    Pickman returned this afternoon from Salem. The Club were in the evening at my room: Young Fowle,...
    6[June 1788] (Adams Papers)
    Mr. Allen preached for us this day; and I attended to hear him. His Sermons are judicious and...
    7[July 1788] (Adams Papers)
    It was nine o’clock before I could get away from Braintree this morning, and I arrived at the...
    8[August 1788] (Adams Papers)
    The day was spent in the usual uninteresting manner: indeed it may be generally observed that the...
    9[September 1788] (Adams Papers)
    Rain. Pass’d the evening with Stacey. Finished Hume and Blackstone. Little &c. I went over the...
    10[October 1788] (Adams Papers)
    “Oh gentle sleep Nature’s soft Nurse, how have I frighted thee That thou no more wilt weigh mine...