Diary of Charles Francis Adams, volume 2

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6. VIII:30.

Morning at home, Church, Mr. Hawley, dull, Mrs. W. S. Smith, my mother, evening, conversation at home.

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7. VIII.

Morning at home, Reeves’ History of English Law, Beaumont and Fletcher, Horace, evening, party at Genl. Brown’s.

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8. VIII:30.

Morning at home, Reeves, Beaumont and Fletcher, Horace, letter to Richardson,1 my Uncle Johnson and Aunt Smith.

1.

Missing.

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9. VIII:50.

Morning at home, Reeves, Beaumont and Fletcher, Horace, dinner party to the Duke of Saxe Weimar,1 Corps Diplomatique, Mr. Thierry.2

1.

Karl Bernhard, Duke of Saxe-Weimar Eisenach, who made no mention of meeting CFA in his Travels through North America, during the Years 1825 and 1826, 2 vols., Phila., 1828.

2.

The French consul ad interim at Baltimore (Force, National Calendar, 1824, p. 276).

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10. IX.

Morning at home, Reeves, walk, Beaumont and Fletcher, Horace, evening, ball at Mrs. Johnston’s, home early, Conversation with John.

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11. IX.

Morning at home, Reeves, walk, Beaumont and Fletcher, Johnson Hellen arrives, evening, my Mother, Conversation.

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12. IX.

Morning at home, my mother, Beaumont and Fletcher, finish Horace, Johnson off, evening, walk.

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13. IX.

Morning, Church, Mr. Baker, Communion day, embarrassment, home, Mr. Savage, and Mr. Smith of Boston at dinner.1

1.

Charles Savage, of Massachusetts, the American consul in Guatemala (Force, National Calendar, 1828, p. 101), and Thomas Carter Smith (1796–1880), Boston merchant, who was a son of William Smith (1755–1816), AA’s first cousin (Adams Genealogy).

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