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1734 — 1735 Adams, John My Father married Susanna Boylston in October 1734, and on the 19th of October 1735 I was ... 1751 — 1754 Adams, John Continued November 30. 1804. ... 1758 Adams, John In 1758 my Period with Mr. Putnam expired. Doolittle and Baldwin visited me in the office, ... 1758 Adams, John Nunquam prospere succedunt Res humanae, ubi negliguntur divinae. ... October 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John Query. Has any Species of Animals, besides Mankind, ever given Proofs that they have any ... October 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John to UNKNOWN Braintree October–December? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary, p. 70–72 ... October 1758 — November 1758 Adams, John to Quincy, Samuel Braintree, October–November? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary, p. 66–67 ... October 1758 — November 1758 Adams, John to Crawford, William Braintree, October–November? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary, p. 99. ... October 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John Shakespeare, in the Character of Lady Mackbeth, and of Gertrude, the Wife of old Hamlet, and ... October 1758 — November 1758 Adams, John Am returned from Boston, and according to my Promise sett down begining to write you a ... October 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John Tis absurd, to for a Testator to say, after he has devised his Lands to one in fee, that ... October 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John Bond to give Deed. ... October 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John What are the Rules, Criteria, to determine the Merit or Excellence of a Language?—Suppose ... October 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John What is Wisdom? Is it, to write dramatic Poetry, like Milton or Shakespear? Is it to write ... October 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John Vulnus alit Venis, et caeco carpitur igni. ... October 1758 — November 1758 Adams, John to Wentworth, John My letters, for the future will come to you, not from a School House but from the Cell of an ... November 1758 — December 1758 Adams, John to Cranch, Richard Braintree October–December? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary, p. 69–70, from a draft, with ... December 1758 — January 1759 Adams, John Sequestration is when two, or more, deposit a controverted Thing, with a 3d Person, on that ... December 1758 — January 1759 Adams, John Judicial stipulations are those which proceed from the mere Office of a Judge, as Surety vs. ... December 1758 — January 1759 Adams, John The general Court agreed to raise 7000 men, to cooperate with his Majesties Forces, for the ... 1802 Adams, John My Father married Susanna Boylston in October 1734, and on the 19th of October 1735 I was ...

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October 1758 Adams, John to Crawford, William How it is with you I know not, but if I am rightly informed, I am yet alive and not dead. ... October 1758 Adams, John to Wentworth, John I resume with Pleasure my long neglected Pen upon this opportunity by Mr. Belcher to inform ... October 1758 Adams, John to Dalton, Tristram Braintree, October? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary, p. 65–66. ... October 1758 Adams, John to Crawford, William Braintree, October? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary, p. 91, with identifying note on the ... October 1758 Adams, John to Wentworth, John Braintree, October? 1758. Printed: JA, Earliest Diary, p. 64–65. It is difficult to believe ... 5 October 1758 Adams, John Yesterday arrived here from Worcester. I am this Day about beginning Justinians Institutions ... 6 October 1758 Adams, John Rose about sun rise. Unpitched a Load of Hay. Translated 2 Leaves more of Justinian, and in ... 7 October 1758 Adams, John Read in Gilbert. Rode with Webb to Mr. Cranche’s. Dined and drank Tea with him, and then ... 8 October 1758 Adams, John Read a few Leaves in Baxters Enquiry into the Nature of the human Soul. He has explaind with ... 9 October 1758 Adams, John Read in Gilberts Tenures. I must and will make that Book familiar to me. ... 10 October 1758 Adams, John Read in Gilbert. I read him slowly, but I gain Ideas and Knowledge as I go along, which I ... 11 October 1758 Adams, John Rode to Boston. Conversed with Ned Quincy and Saml., Peter Chardon &c. By the Way Peter ... 12 October 1758 Adams, John Examined the Laws of this Province concerning Pads, Cattle, fences &c. and read in Gilbert. ... 13 October 1758 Adams, John Read Gilbert. Went in the Evening to Coll. Quincys. Heard a Tryal before him, as a Justice ... 16 October 1758 Adams, John Read a few Pages in Gilbert. I proceed very slowly. ... 17 October 1758 Adams, John Read in Gilbert. Went to Monatiquot to see the Raising of the new Meeting House. No ... 18 October 1758 Adams, John Went to Boston. ... 19 October 1758 Adams, John I borrowed yesterday of Quincy, the 1st Volume of Batista Angeloni’s Letters, and a general ... 21 October 1758 Adams, John Rose with the sun. Brot up the Horse and took a Ride over Penns Hill, as far as John ... 22 October 1758 Adams, John Conversed with Capt. Thatcher about commercial affairs.—When he receives a freight of Goods ... 23 October 1758 Adams, John ... 24 October 1758 Adams, John Rode to Boston. Arrived about 1/2 after 10. Went into the Court House, and sett down by Mr. ... 25 October 1758 Adams, John Went in the morning to Mr. Gridleys, and asked the favour of his Advice what Steps to take ... 26 October 1758 Adams, John Went in the morning to wait on Mr. Prat. He inquired if I had been sworn at Worcester? No. ... 27 October 1758 — 30 October 1758 Adams, John All Spent in absolute Idleness, or what is worse, gallanting the Girls. ... 31 October 1758 Adams, John Set down, and recollected my self, and read a little in Van Muyden, a little in naval Trade ...

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December 1758 Adams, John The Mistery of Masonry not Freemasonry, comprehends the Plaistering of Walls and Cielings, ... December 1758 Adams, John 2 Horses—10th. of Octr. 1758. One Pound L.M. ... December 1758 Adams, John haud facile emergunt quorum Virtutibus obstatres angusta domi. They will hardly emerge from ... December 1758 Adams, John For that the said Luke, on the 10th of Octr. last, at with force and Arms and against ... December 1758 Adams, John “O! there is no getting out of the mighty hand of GOD!” ... 5 December 1758 Adams, John Braintree, 5 December 1758?, 12 March 1761. Printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 1:61–62, ... 5 December 1758 Adams, John Bob Paine is conceited and pretends to more Knowledge and Genius than he has. I have heard ... 18 December 1758 Adams, John I this Evening delivered to Mr. Field, a Declaration in Trespass for a Rescue. I was obliged ... 20 December 1758 Adams, John I am this forenoon, resuming the Study of Van Muyden. I begin at the 99th Page. ... 21 December 1758 Adams, John Yesterday and to day I have read loud, Tullius 4 Orations against Cataline. The Sweetness ... 26 December 1758 Adams, John Being the Evening after Christmas, the Dr. and I spent the Evening with Mr. Cleverly and ... 29 December 1758 Adams, John Let me see, if Bob Paine dont pick up this Story to laugh at. Lambert will laugh no doubt, ... 30 December 1758 Adams, John How a whole Family is put into a Broil sometimes by a Trifle. My P. and M. disagreed in ...