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1 June 1760 Adams, John Read 2 Odes in Horace. Spent the Evening at the Coll’s. While we were at supper, the Coll. ... 2 June 1760 Adams, John Wasted the Day, with a Magazine in my Hand. As it was Artillery Election, it seemed absurd ... 3 June 1760 Adams, John This Day has been lost in much the same, Spiritless manner. ... 4 June 1760 Adams, John Read nothing but Magazines as indeed an indisposition rendered me unfit for any Application. ... 5 June 1760 Adams, John Arose late. Feel disordered. 8 o’Clock, 3 1/2 Hours after Sun rise, is a sluggard’s rising ... 6 June 1760 Adams, John Arose very late. A cold, rainy northeasterly storm, of several Days continuance. I have an ... 7 June 1760 Adams, John Arose late, again. When shall I shake off the shackells of morning slumbers, and arise with ... 8 June 1760 Adams, John Spent the Evening and Night at the Coll’s. in ill natured, invidious, Remarks upon Eb. ... 9 June 1760 Adams, John Attended Major Crosbeys Court. Where Capts. Thayer and Hollis made their Appearance. Thayer ... 10 June 1760 Adams, John Altho my Spirits were wasted Yesterday, by sitting so late the Night before, (till one ... 14 June 1760 Adams, John This Week has been spent in Business, i.e. filling Writts, and Journeys to Boston, Scadding, ... 15 June 1760 Adams, John Rose early, 5 o clock. A pleasant Morning. The more I write the better. Writing is a most ... 16 June 1760 Adams, John Arose before the sun. Now I am ignorant of my Future Fortune, what Business, what ... 17 June 1760 Adams, John Arose before the sun again. This is the last day. What, and who to day? Ebenezer Hayden was ... 18 June 1760 Adams, John Read but little, thought but little, for the N.E. storm unstrung me. ... 19 June 1760 Adams, John I have been the longer in the Argument of this Cause not for the Importance of the Cause ... 20 June 1760 Adams, John I must not say so much about my self, nor so much about Hollis and Thayer by Name. I may ... 21 June 1760 Adams, John ... 23 June 1760 Adams, John A long obstinate Tryal, before Majr. Crosby, of the most litigious, vexatious suit, I think ... 24 June 1760 Adams, John Arose early, a very beautiful Morning. Zab. seems to make insufficient Distinctions between ... 25 June 1760 Adams, John Went out with the Coll., in his Canoe, after Tom Codd. Rowed down, in a still calm, and ... 26 June 1760 Adams, John Feel indifferently well after my yesterdays walk and sail. I have begun to read the Spirit ... 27 June 1760 Adams, John Read 100 Pages in the Spirit of Laws. Rambled away to a fine Spring in my Cozen Adam’s Land, ...

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3 November 1760 Adams, John Dana says the Administrator ought not to regard the Disgrace or Trouble or Expence of a ... 5 November 1760 Adams, John Braintree 5 November 1760. Printed: JA, Diary and Autobiography, 1:167–168. See above, JA to ... 5 November 1760 Adams, John I presume upon the common sense of the World that no offence will be taken at the Freedom of ... 14 November 1760 Adams, John Another Year is now gone and upon Recollection, I find I have executed none of my Plans of ... 14 November 1760 Adams, John I am just entered on the 26th Year of my Life, and on the fifth Year of my studies in Law, ... 14 November 1760 Adams, John The Title is “The History of the Common Law of England.” The Frontispiece, I cannot ... 15 November 1760 Adams, John Spent last Evening at Coll. Quincys, with Coll. Lincoln. Several Instances were mentioned, ... 19 November 1760 Adams, John Dined at Badcocks, with McKenzie. He pretends to Mechanicks, and Manufactures. He owns the ... 19 November 1760 Adams, John Parson Smith says the Art of Printing like most other Arts, and Instruments, was discovered ... 21 November 1760 Adams, John This day has been spent to little Purpose. I must confine my Body, or I never shall confine ... 21 November 1760 Adams, John Finished the History of the Common Law, the second Time. The Dissertation on hereditary ... 22 November 1760 — 24 November 1760 Adams, John Pater was in a very sociable Mood this Evening. He told 3 or 4 merry stories of old Horn. ... 25 November 1760 Adams, John Rode to the Iron Works Landing to see a Vessell launched. And after Launching went to smoke ... 26 November 1760 Adams, John Ten days are now elapsed, since I began Hale the 2d time, and all the Law I have read, for ... 26 November 1760 Adams, John Night before Thanksgiving.—I have read a Multitude of Law Books—mastered but few. Wood. Coke.... 28 November 1760 Adams, John I have not read one Word of Law, this Day. But several Points, and Queries have been ... 29 November 1760 Adams, John Read no Law.—An exclusive Property is certainly claimed and enjoyed, by private Persons, in ... 30 November 1760 Adams, John Read no Law. Read Bolinbroke. ...

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