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3 January 1770 — 26 July 1774 Adams, John Boston,3 January 1770 – 26 July 1774. MS book containing 138 numbered pages (MHi). Printed: ... April 1771 Adams, John Putnam. ... 10 April 1771 Adams, John 10 April 1771. MS not found. Prepared by a committee appointed and reporting the same day, ... 10 April 1771 Adams, John 10 April 1771. MS (P.R.O.: Colonial Office, 5:760). Prepared by a committee appointed and ... 11 April 1771 Adams, John to Smith, Isaac Jr. Three Days since I received your obliging Favour of February 21st. for which I thank you. ... 16 April 1771 Adams, John Last Wednesday my Furniture was all removed to Braintree. Saturday, I carried up my Wife and ... 18 April 1771 Adams, John Tuesday I staid at my Office in Town, Yesterday went up to Cambridge. Returned at Night to ... 20 April 1771 Adams, Abigail to Smith, Isaac Jr. I write you, not from the Noisy Buisy Town, but from my humble Cottage in Braintree, where I ... 20 April 1771 Adams, John Fryday morning by 9 o Clock, arrived at my Office in Boston, and this Afternoon returned to ... 21 April 1771 Adams, John Last night went up to Braintree, and this Evening down to Boston, call'd at S. Adams's and ... 22 April 1771 Adams, John Notifies the Removal of his Office to a Room in Queen-Street, in the House of Mr. John Gill, ... 22 April 1771 Adams, John In the Morning mounted for Worcester, with Pierpoint, Caleb and Rob. Davis, Josa. Quincy, &c.... 25 April 1771 Adams, John Dined last Monday at Brighams in Southborough, and lodged at Furnasses in Shrewsbury. Next ...

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3 January 1770 — 26 July 1774 Adams, John Boston,3 January 1770 – 26 July 1774. MS book containing 138 numbered pages (MHi). Printed: ... June 1771 Wetmore, William June 1771. ... June 1771 Adams, John Lowell. Cun. 173. Concealment of Intelligence, a Fraud. Each Party ought to know all the ... June 1771 Adams, John Jno. Melzond. Was on board the Vessell with Captn. Burnam and Mr. Mugford. Burnam took an ... June 1771 Wetmore, William June 1771 ... 1 June 1771 Adams, John Spent the Day at Worcester in Riding about with Mr. Putnam to see his Farm. He does what he ... 2 June 1771 Adams, John Heard Mr. Wheeler, late Minister of Harvard, at Worcester all day. ... 3 June 1771 Adams, John A fine Morning—a soft, sweet S.W. Wind. Oated in Spencer—turned my Horse to grass at ... 4 June 1771 Adams, John Rode over to the Spring. One Childs had built a little House, within a few Yards of the ... 5 June 1771 Adams, John Rode to the Spring, drank and plunged. Dipped but once. Sky cloudy. ... 6 June 1771 Adams, John Spent this fine day in rambling on horseback and on foot with Dr. McKinstry East and West, ... 7 June 1771 Adams, John Went to the Spring with the Dr. and drank a Glass and an half i.e. a Jill and an half. My ... 8 June 1771 Adams, John Bissill says, there are Settlements, upon this River, for 300 Miles— i.e. from Seabrook ... 9 June 1771 Adams, John Feel a little discomposed this Morning. Rested but poorly last night. Anxious about my ... 10 June 1771 Adams, John Took my Departure from Middleton, homewards, the same Way I went down. Very hot. Oated at ... 11 June 1771 Adams, John Rode to Kibbys at Somers but got caught in the Rain—very heavy plentifull Showers—I was much ... 12 June 1771 Adams, John Sat out upon my Return home, oated at Warreners, in Brimfield, caught in a cold Rain, ... 13 June 1771 Adams, John Remarkable, the Change of Thoughts, and feelings, and Reasonings which are occasioned by a ... 14 June 1771 Adams, John A fine Morning. ... 17 June 1771 Adams, John Sat out upon the Eastern Circuit. Stopped at Boston, at my Office, and no where else. Came ... 18 June 1771 Adams, John Rode with Mr. Barrell to Ipswich, and put up at Treadwells. Every Object recalls the Subject ... 22 June 1771 Adams, John Spent this Week at Ipswich in the usual Labours and Drudgery of Attendance upon Court. ... 23 June 1771 Adams, John In the Morning my Horse was gone. Went to Meeting all day and heard old Mr. Rogers—a good, ... 24 June 1771 Adams, John Reached Portsmouth with Lowell, and walked half an Hour with him on the Town House Floor, ... 25 June 1771 Adams, John At York Court, dined with the Judges, and spent the Evening at Ritchies with Bradbury and ... 26 June 1771 Adams, John Yesterday I had a good deal of Conversation with Judge Trowbridge. He seems alarmed about ... 28 June 1771 Adams, John At York. Yesterday I spent in Walking, one Way and another, to view the Town. I find that ...

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3 January 1770 — 26 July 1774 Adams, John Boston,3 January 1770 – 26 July 1774. MS book containing 138 numbered pages (MHi). Printed: ... July 1771 Adams, John James Melvin. Saw Pitts push Gray off with one Hand and give him a stroke with his Stick. G. ... 2 July 1771 Adams, John At Falmouth, at Mr. Jonathan Webbs, who has removed to an House very near the Court House. ... 2 July 1771 King, Richard To The Honle. His Majesty's Justices of the Supr. Court of Judicature Court of Assize &c. ... 4 July 1771 Adams, John Dined with D. Wyer, in Company with his Father, Farnum, Sewall, Cushing, Sewall, Lowell &c. ... 5 July 1771 Adams, John Cadwallader Ford came to me this Morning, and congratulated me on the Verdict for Freeman.... 6 July 1771 Adams, John ... 19 July 1771 Macaulay, Catharine to Adams, John A very laborious attention to the finishing the fifth vol of my history of England with a ... 20 July 1771 Adams, John Tuesday went to Boston with my Wife, and the next day to Commencement at Cambridge, was only ... 22 July 1771 Adams, John After rambling about my Farm and giving some Directions to my Workmen I went to Boston. ... 23 July 1771 Adams, John The Court sat. Nothing remarkable. Dined at home at Brother Smiths, with Mr. Johnson. No ... 24 July 1771 Adams, John Dined at home, i.e. at my Brother Smiths with one Payson, a Man who now lives at Milton ... 25 July 1771 — 26 July 1771 Adams, John Both these Days spent in the Tryal of Mr. Otis's Case vs. Mr. Robinson. ... 27 July 1771 Adams, John The Jury this Morning delivered their Verdict, for £2000 Sterling Damages, and Costs.—I have ...

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