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122d. (Adams Papers)
I went to Boston this morning, with a Chaise, for Mr. Cranch to come home. Stop’d at Milton, and...
2[Diary entry: 22 April 1786] (Washington Papers)
Saturday 22d. Thermometer at 50 in the Morning—56 at Noon and 56 at Night. In the Night there...
I have the most melancholy Task to perform, that was ever yet imposed upon me; that of making you...
[ London, 22 Apr. 1786 . An entry in SJPL under this date reads: “Gen. Clarke. Sentiments here.”...
I came over to this place on public business about six weeks ago, and expect to leave it within...
Being called here for a short time, and finding that I could get some articles on good terms...
In your letter of October the 29th. you desired me to send you one of the new lamps. I tried at...
I was called here about six weeks ago on public business, and am now again within three or four...
In one of your former letters you expressed a wish to have one of the newly invented lamps. I...