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Browsing documents from 1766

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January

1 January 1766 Adams, John Severe cold, and a Prospect of Snow. ... 2 January 1766 Adams, John A great Storm of Snow last night. Weather tempestuous all Day. Waddled thro the Snow, ... 3 January 1766 Adams, John Fair Weather and Snow enough. Major Miller, Dr. Savil and Mr. Joseph Penniman spent the ... 4 January 1766 Adams, John Edes & Gill’s Gazette brought in. I find that Somebody has published the very scene in ... 5 January 1766 Adams, John Heard Mr. Wibird all Day. A Sacramental Sermon on “It is finished.—” ... 6 January 1766 Adams, John At Home. Mr. Smith and Mr. Penniman dined here. ... 7 January 1766 Adams, John At Boston. Hampden has given us in Yesterdays Gazette, a long Letter to Pym upon shutting up ... 8 January 1766 Adams, John At Home. Wrote &c. ... 9 January 1766 Adams, John At Home. ... 9 January 1766 Adams, John At Home all day. Mr. Smith, Dr. Tufts, Dr. Savil, Mr. Bass &c. here. ... 10 January 1766 Adams, John Humphry Ploughjogger received a Letter from a Friend, thanking him for his good Advice and ... 11 January 1766 Adams, John A Rain. ... 12 January 1766 Adams, John Heard Mr. Wibird all day, at Evening Mr. Etter, here. ... 13 January 1766 Adams, John At Boston, the Inferiour Court of Common Pleas opened. Present Mr. Wells, Mr. Watts and Mr. ... 13 January 1766 Adams, John to Pym, William The revolution which one century has produced in your opinions and principles, is not quite ... 14 January 1766 Adams, John Dined at Mr. William Coopers with Messrs. Cushing, Story, and John Boylstone. Cushing, ... 15 January 1766 Adams, John Dined at Mr. Isaac Smiths. No Company, no Conversation. Spent the Evening with the Sons of ... 16 January 1766 Adams, John Dined at Mr. Nick Boylstones, with the two Mr. Boylstones, two Mr. Smiths, Mr. Hallowel and ... 17 January 1766 Adams, John Came home, and dined, and there stayed. ... 18 January 1766 Adams, John At Home. The Dr. dined here. ... 19 January 1766 Adams, John Heard Mr. Robbins of Milton. ... 20 January 1766 Adams, John Leonard gave me an Account of a Clubb that he belongs to, in Boston. It consists of John ... 20 January 1766 Adams, John to Pym, William You and I have changed Sides. As I told you in my last, I can account for your ... 27 January 1766 Adams, John to Pym, William You are pleased to charge the Colonists with ignorance of the British constitution—But let ...

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March

1 March 1766 Adams, John Spent a Part of last Evening with Mr. Jo. Cleverly. He is a Tiptoe for Town Meeting. He has ... 2 March 1766 Adams, John Heard Mr. Wibirt. ... 3 March 1766 Adams, John My Brother Peter, Mr. Etter and Mr. Field, having a Number of Votes prepared for Mr. Quincy ... 4 March 1766 — 9 March 1766 Adams, John ... 10 March 1766 Adams, John Last Week went to Boston, and to Weymouth, &c. I hear that Mr. Benjamin Cleverly has already ... 11 March 1766 Adams, John Went to Boston. The Chief Justice not there. A Piece of political Finess, to make the People ... 12 March 1766 Adams, John Returned to Braintree. ... 13 March 1766 Adams, John At home. ... 14 March 1766 Adams, John Yesterday and to day the severest Storm of Snow, we have had this Year. ... 15 March 1766 Adams, John The Snow is as deep and in as mountainous Banks, as it has been at any Time this Winter.—The ... 16 March 1766 Adams, John Heard Mr. Wibirt all day. ... 17 March 1766 Adams, John Rain. A Piece in Evening Post March 10th. Remarks and Observations on Hutchinson’s History. ... 18 March 1766 Adams, John Went to Weymouth, found the Family mourning the Loss, and preparing for the Funeral of old ... 19 March 1766 Adams, John At Home. ... 20 March 1766 Adams, John At Mrs. Baxters Funeral. ... 21 March 1766 Adams, John A fine Spring like Morning. The Birds of many Sorts, as sprightly and musical. ... 28 March 1766 Adams, John I have omitted writing a Week. Dr. Tufts lodged here last Night with Yesterdays Paper. The ...

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