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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. ... 1774 Adams, John It is well known that in June 1774 The General Court at Cambridge appointed Members to meet ... 1774 Adams, John In the Fall of the Year 1773, The General Court appointed Mr. Bowdoin and me to draw a State ... 1774 Adams, Abigail to Cranch, Mary Smith I was yesterday at Weymouth where I received your Letter, and the saffron risbands &c. I ... 1774 Adams, Abigail to Macaulay, Catharine Sawbridge In the last Letter which Mr. Adams had the honour to receive from you, you express a Desire ... March 1774 — May 1774 Adams, John A State of the Title of the Massachusetts-Bay, to Lands between Connecticutt and Hudsons ... March 1774 — May 1774 Adams, John 1631. The Merchants Map of Commerce. By Lewis Roberts 3d. Edition, printed in London 1677. ... March 1774 — May 1774 Adams, John In the Journal of the Votes and Proceedings of the General Assembly of the Province Colony ... March 1774 — May 1774 Adams, John The Council of Plymouth, on the 19 day of March 1621, granted to John Mason, their ... March 1774 — May 1774 Adams, John A State of the Right in Fee, the Inhabitants of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay have ... April 1774 — June 1774 Adams, John The River has been universally called and known by the Name of Merrimack and by no other, ... June 1774 — July 1774 Adams, John Leonard. Port Bill, Lex Talionis. Punishment of Boston the main Object. ... August 1774 — September 1774 Adams, John a Guinea to the lame Man ... September 1774 — October 1774 Adams, John Non Importation, Non Consumption, Non Exportation to Britain, and W. Indies. ... 1802 Adams, John My Father married Susanna Boylston in October 1734, and on the 19th of October 1735 I was ...

January

February

March

3 January 1770 — 26 July 1774 Adams, John Boston,3 January 1770 – 26 July 1774. MS book containing 138 numbered pages (MHi). Printed: ... 2 March 1774 Adams, John Last evening at Wheelwrights, with Cushing, Pemberton and Swift. Lt. Govr. Oliver, ... 4 March 1774 Dilly, Edward to Adams, John The Letters you sent for Mrs. Macaulay directed, under Cover, for me, were put into the Post ... 5 March 1774 Adams, John Heard the oration pronounced, by Coll. Hancock, in Commemoration of the Massacre—an elegant, ... 6 March 1774 Adams, John Heard Dr. Cooper in the Morning. Paine drank Coffee with me. ... 7 March 1774 Smith, Elizabeth (1750-1815) to Adams, Abigail I had written to the Deacon before I had received Yours, wherein I have your Sanction for ... 7 March 1774 Adams, John This Morning brought us News from S. Carolina of the Destruction of the Tea there, and from ... 8 March 1774 Adams, John Last Night 28 Chests and an half of Tea were drowned. ... 9 March 1774 Adams, John Returned from Charlestown Court with Coll. Tyng of Dunstable, who told me some Anecdotes of ... 11 March 1774 Adams, John Dined at Charlestown with Mr. Thomas Russell, with Mr. Temple, Mr. Jacob Rowe, Mr. Nicholls, ... 12 March 1774 Woodfall, William to Adams, John As the Affairs of AMERICA are now agitating in both Houses of the English Parliament, and as ... 12 March 1774 Adams, John There has been and is a Party in the Nation, a very small one indeed, who have pretended to ... 13 March 1774 Adams, John Heard Mr. Lothrop Lathrop in the Forenoon and Dr. Cooper in the Afternoon. Last evening ... 28 March 1774 Adams, John Rode with Brother Josiah Quincy to Ipswich Court. Arrived at Piemonts in Danvers, in good ... 29 March 1774 Adams, John Rode to Ipswich and put up at the old Place, Treadwells. The old Lady has got a new Copy of ... 30 March 1774 Adams, John A dull Day. My Head is empty, but my Heart is full. I am wanted at my Office, but not wanted ... 31 March 1774 Adams, John Let me ask my own Heart, have I patience, and Industry enough to write an History of the ...

April

May

June

3 January 1770 — 26 July 1774 Adams, John Boston,3 January 1770 – 26 July 1774. MS book containing 138 numbered pages (MHi). Printed: ... June 1774 Adams, John To the Sheriff of our county of Cumberland his under-Sheriff or Deputy, Greeting. ... June 1774 Adams, John A few Days before the Election in May 1774 Lt General Gage, arrived at Boston Governor of ... 17 June 1774 Adams, John 17 June 1774. Report of the Committee on Ways and Means. No Dft or minutes found. printed: ... 17 June 1774 Adams, John This House having duly consider'd and being deeply affected with the unhappy Differences ... 20 June 1774 Adams, John At Piemonts in Danvers, bound to Ipswich. There is a new, and a grand Scene open before me—a ... 23 June 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I had a tollerable Journey hither, but my Horse trotted too hard. I miss my own Mare—however ... 25 June 1774 Adams, John Since the Court adjourned without Day this afternoon I have taken a long Walk, through the ... 25 June 1774 Adams, John to Warren, James I am very sorry, I had not the Pleasure of seeing you, after your Return from Salem: as I ... 27 June 1774 Adams, John to Hawley, Joseph to leys Co declining the lend your kind hI therefore by the Favour of n, before we undertake ... 28 June 1774 Williams, Jonathan to Adams, John We yesterday received your Letter directed to us, with those for Braintree, immediately on ... 29 June 1774 Adams, John to Tudor, William I am determined to amuse my self with my Pen, whenever I am at Leisure, that I may not rust, ... 29 June 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have a great Deal of Leisure, which I chiefly employ in Scribbling, that my Mind may not ... 29 June 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail This is the second day of the Term at York: very little Business--very hot weather. My ... 29 June 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail The Prophet of York has not prophecy'd in vain. There is in this Town and County a ... 29 June 1774 Sayward, Jonathan Jonathan Sayward of York in Said County of York, Esqr. Testifys and Says that He very well ... 30 June 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have had a Curiosity to examine what could have been the Cause of Parson Lymans Affection ... 30 June 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have nothing to do here, but to take the Air, enquire for News, talk Politicks and write ...

July

3 January 1770 — 26 July 1774 Adams, John Boston,3 January 1770 – 26 July 1774. MS book containing 138 numbered pages (MHi). Printed: ... July 1774 Adams, John Scurlogging. ... 1 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I am so idle, that I have not an easy Moment, without my Pen in my Hand. My Time might have ... 2 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have concluded, to mount my Horse, tomorrow Morning at four, and ride to Wells to hear my ... 3 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Mr. Winthrop, Mr. Quincy and I came this Morning from York, before Breakfast, 15 Miles, in ... 5 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I cant be easy without my Pen in my Hand, yet I know not what to write. ... 6 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Mobs are the trite Topick of Declamation and Invective, among all the ministerial People, ... 6 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Our Justice Hutchinson is eternally giving his Political Hints. In a Cause, this Morning, ... 7 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I am engaged in a famous Cause: The Cause of King, of Scarborough vs. a Mob, that broke into ... 7 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Have you seen a List of the Addressers of the late Governor? There is one abroad, with the ... 9 July 1774 Newbegin, John I John Newbegin of Lawful Age testify and say that the Evening of the 18th Day of March 1766 ... 9 July 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I never enjoyed better Health in any of my Journeys, but this has been the most tedious, the ... 14 July 1774 Warren, James to Adams, John Yours of the 25th. of last month never reached me, till yesterday. It would have given me ... 16 July 1774 Palmer, Elizabeth to Adams, Abigail I have this moment finished Copying The manuscript you was kind enough to Lend me, and must ... 17 July 1774 Adams, John to Warren, James Among many other agreable Things, which occurr'd to me on my Return from my eastern Circuit, ... 19 July 1774 Adams, John 19 July 1774. Report of the Committee on Ways and Means. No Dft found. printed: Boston ... 19 July 1774 Hill, Edward to Adams, John This may serve to apologize for so ungenteel a piece of Conduct as the carrying away a Sum ... 23 July 1774 Adams, John to Tudor, John You will be Surprised I believe, to receive a Letter from me, upon a Matter which I have so ... 24 July 1774 Adams, John to Tudor, William In this Retreat I promise myself, much Pleasure from the Letters of my Friends in Boston,: ... 25 July 1774 Hawley, Joseph to Adams, John I never recd. nor heard of your letter of the 27th June last, Wrote at Ipswich until the 22d ... 25 July 1774 Williams, Jonathan to Adams, John Your Letter was this Day delivered to me in the office. Your obliging thanks for my duty ... 25 July 1774 Adams, John to Warren, James There never was I believe, a greater Contrast, than I perceive, between the Noise and Hurry ... 29 July 1774 Hill, Edward to Adams, John Nothing could induce me to keep alive the remembrance of an affair which you will easily ...

August

August 1774 Hawley, Joseph to Adams, John “We must fight, if we can't otherwise rid ourselves of British taxation, all revenues, and ... 1 August 1774 Tudor, John to Adams, John I Received your favor of the 23d. ult. but not til Satterday night as the man who promisd. ... 4 August 1774 Adams, John to Tudor, William I have received from your Father, a Letter dated August the first, in answer to mine. It has ... 8 August 1774 Hill, Edward to Adams, John Saturday a Man of war arrived with the new accounts. The Governor has summoned the new ... 9 August 1774 Warren, Mercy Otis to Adams, Abigail I Returned yesterday from a Visit to my Venerable Father, and on our arival at our own ... 9 August 1774 Adams, John 9 August 1774. Report of the Committee on Ways and Means. No Dft found. printed: Boston ... 10 August 1774 Adams, John The committee for the Congress took their departure from Boston, from Mr. Cushing's house, ... 15 August 1774 Adams, John Last Evening, after spending the Evening at the Meeting House to hear the Singing, We were ... 15 August 1774 Adams, John Mr. Silas Deane, of Wethersfield, came over to Hartford to see us. He is a gentleman of a ... 15 August 1774 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I know not where this will find you whether upon the road, or at Phylidelphia, but ... 16 August 1774 Adams, John This Morning Dr. Elliot Rawson, Mr. Allsop, Mr. Mortimer, and others the Committee of ... 17 August 1774 Adams, John We are told here that New York are now well united and very firm. ... 18 August 1774 Adams, John Mr. Badcock is of the same Mind with Major Hawley, that a Non Importation and Non ... 19 August 1774 Adams, John Rode to Fitch's of Stamford, where we breakfasted. Rode to Havilands of Rye, the first Town ... 19 August 1774 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John The great distance between us, makes the time appear very long to me. It seems already a ... 20 August 1774 Trumbull, John to Adams, John In the county of Worcester, the people, at a general meeting, have resolved that no court ... 20 August 1774 Adams, John Lodged at Cocks at Kingsbridge, a pretty Place—Uncas River running before the Door and ... 20 August 1774 Cranch, Mary Smith to Adams, Abigail I thank you my dear Sister for all your kind offers. I have not been able yet to get Miss ... 21 August 1774 Tudor, William to Adams, John The great Obligations your Friendship has laid me under would render me inexcusable to ... 21 August 1774 Adams, John Went to Meeting at the old Presbyterian Society, where Dr. Pemberton formerly preached. We ... 22 August 1774 Adams, John This Morning We took Mr. McDougal into our Coach and rode three Miles out of Town, to Mr. ... 23 August 1774 Adams, John We went upon the new Dutch Church Steeple and took a View of the City. You have a very fine ... 24 August 1774 Adams, John This Day Cushing and Paine went over to Long Island to dine with Phill. Livingston. Adams ... 25 August 1774 Adams, John Mr. Mathew Cushing came and escorted Us into Trinity Church and Church Yard. Under the ... 26 August 1774 Adams, John This Morning We went to see the City Hall, the Chamber where the Supream Court sitts, and ... 27 August 1774 Adams, John Went to view the City of Brunswick, there is a Church of England, a Dutch Church and a ... 28 August 1774 Adams, John to Tudor, William I received your obliging Letter at New York, and it was peculiarly acceptable to me and my ... 28 August 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I received your kind Letter, at New York, and it is not easy for you to imagine the Pleasure ... 28 August 1774 Adams, John Heard Dr. Witherspoon all Day. A clear, sensible, Preacher. Mr. Mason came to see us. We ... 29 August 1774 Tudor, William to Adams, John I wrote you 21st. Inst. which I hope you have receiv'd. The publick Prints of to Day, Which ... 29 August 1774 Adams, John Rode to Trenton upon Delaware River, to break fast. At Williams's the Tavern at Trenton ... 30 August 1774 Adams, John Walked a little about Town. Visited the Markett, the State house, the Carpenters Hall where ... 30 August 1774 Adams, John Sent to be washed at Philadelphia. 6 shirts 5 Stocks—2 Caps in and Pair worsted stockings in ... 31 August 1774 Adams, John Breakfasted at Mr. Bayards of Philadelphia, with Mr. Sprout a presbyterian Minister. ...

September

September 1774 to Boston, Committee of Correspondence As I am of the Opinion, that the Subjects of the Massachusetts Bay are without a King, ... 1 September 1774 Adams, John This Day, We breakfasted at Mr. Mifflins, Mr. C. Thompson came in, and soon after Dr. Smith. ... 2 September 1774 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I am very impatient to receive a letter from you. You indulged me so much in that Way in ... 2 September 1774 Adams, John Dined at Mr. Thom. Mifflins with Mr. Lynch, Mr. Middleton, and the two Rutledges with their ... 3 September 1774 Tudor, William to Adams, John This Week has been fruitfull of extraordinary Transactions. I will endeavour to give You ... 3 September 1774 Tudor, William to Adams, Abigail You may depend on my giving your Letter to Capt. Marston who sets out for Philadelphia on ... 3 September 1774 Adams, John Breakfasted at Dr. Shippens. Dr. Witherspoon was there. Coll. R. H. Lee lodges there. He is ... 4 September 1774 Hill, Edward to Adams, John I wrote you a fortnight ago by Mr. Sullivan, since which almost every day has produced some ... 4 September 1774 Adams, John Went to the Presbyterian Meeting and heard Mr. Sprout in the forenoon. He uses no Notes—dont ... 5 September 1774 Adams, John At Ten, The Delegates all met at the City Tavern, and walked to the Carpenters Hall, where ... 6 September 1774 Adams, John Mr. Henry. Government is dissolved. Fleets and Armies and the present State of Things shew ... 6 September 1774 Adams, John Went to congress again. Received by an express an Intimation of the Bombardment of Boston—a ... 7 September 1774 Adams, John Went to congress again. Heard Mr. Duchè read Prayers. The Collect for the day, the 7th of ... 8 September 1774 Adams, John In the Committee for States Rights, Grievances and Means of Redress. ... 8 September 1774 Adams, John Attended my Duty on the Committee all Day, and a most ingenious, entertaining Debate We had.... 8 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail When or where this Letter will find you, I know not. In what Scenes of Distress and Terror, ... 9 September 1774 Adams, John Attended my Duty upon Committees. Dined at home. ... 9 September 1774 Adams, John Whereas since the Accession of the present King, Parliament has claimed a Power of Right to ... 10 September 1774 Adams, John Attended my Duty upon the Sub Committee. Dined at home. Dr. Morgan, Dr. Cocks Cox, Mr. ... 11 September 1774 Macaulay, Catharine to Adams, John A Very long and uninterrupted course of sickness has hitherto prevented me the pleasure of ... 11 September 1774 Adams, John There is such a quick and constant Succession of new Scenes, Characters, Persons, and Events ... 12 September 1774 Adams, John Attended my Duty on the Committee, untill one O Clock, and then went with my Colleagues and ... 13 September 1774 Adams, John Attended my Duty all Day, on the Sub Committee. Agreed on a Report. ... 14 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I have written but once to you since I left you. This is to be imputed to a Variety of ... 14 September 1774 Adams, John Visited Mr. Gadsden, Mr. Deane, Coll. Dyer, &c. at their Lodgings. Gadsden is violent ... 14 September 1774 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John Five Weeks have past and not one line have I received. I had rather give a dollar for a ... 14 September 1774 Adams, John to Tudor, William I have been so totally taken up, that I dont know whether I have acknowledged your Agreeble ... 14 September 1774 Palmer, Joseph to Adams, John The spirit of liberty is amazingly increased, so that there is scarce a tory and hardly a ... 15 September 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Wallace, with a great deal of Company at a paultry elegant Feast again. ... 16 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Having a Leisure Moment, while the Congress is assembling, I gladly embrace it to write you ... 17 September 1774 Tudor, William to Adams, John Nothing very material has taken Place here since Mr. Revere left Boston, by whom you will ... 17 September 1774 Adams, John This was one of the happiest Days of my Life. In Congress We had generous, noble Sentiments, ... 18 September 1774 Adams, John to Cranch, Richard I thank you most kindly for your obliging Letter. And beg the Continuance of your ... 18 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail In your last you inquire tenderly after my Health, and how we found the People upon our ... 18 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I received your very agreable Letter, by Mr. Marston, and have received two others, which ... 18 September 1774 Adams, John to Quincy, Josiah Jr. I am to acknowledge the Receipt of your kind Letter, and to thank you for it, and then Seal ... 18 September 1774 Adams, John Went to Church, and heard Mr. Coombs read Prayers, and Mr. Duchè preach. A fine Preacher, ... 19 September 1774 Adams, John Dined with Dr. Rush in Company with Dr. Shippen, and many others. Folsom and Sullivan from N.... 19 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail (daughter of JA and AA) I have received your pretty Letter, and it has given me a great deal of Pleasure, both as it ... 20 September 1774 Adams, John Had Cards a Week ago to dine with Mr. Maese Mease—but forgot it, and dined at home. After We ... 20 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I am very well yet:—write to me as often as you can, and send your Letters to the Office in ... 21 September 1774 Adams, John Captn. Callender came to breakfast with Us. Coll. Dagworthy and his Brother Captn. Dagworthy ... 22 September 1774 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I have just returnd from a visit to my Brother, with my Father who carried me there the day ... 22 September 1774 Tudor, William to Adams, John On my Return from Salem this Afternoon I was gratified with the Receipt of your kind Letter ... 22 September 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Chew, Chief Justice of the Province, with all the Gentlemen from Virginia, Dr.... 23 September 1774 Adams, John Walked along Second Street Southward, untill I got out of the City into the Country. The ... 23 September 1774 Kent, Benjamin to Adams, John Our enemies, for their own further security, as well as to bring the town into the most ... 24 September 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Charles Thompson, with only Mr. Dickenson, his Lady and Niece in Company. A ... 24 September 1774 Dilly, Edward to Adams, John Your favor of the first of August I received Yesterday by a private Hand. I most sincerly ... 25 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I would not loose the Opportunity of writing to you—tho I must be short. ... 25 September 1774 Adams, John Went in the Evening to Quaker Meeting and afterwards went to Supper at Stephen Collins's. ... 26 September 1774 Adams, John Dined at old Dr. Shippens with Mr. And Mrs. Blair, young Dr. Shippen, the Jersey Delegates ... 26 September 1774 — 27 September 1774 Adams, John Mr. Lee made a Motion for a Non Importation. ... 26 September 1774 Adams, John to Palmer, Joseph Yesterday I had the Pleasure of receiving yours of the fourteenth Instant for which I am ... 26 September 1774 Tudor, William to Adams, John Mr. Revere arriv'd late on friday Evening and brought Us your Letters. Each one communicated ... 27 September 1774 Adams, John Dined at Mr. Bayards, with Dr. Cox, Dr. Rush, Mr. Hodge, Mr. Deane, Coll. Dyer. Dr. Cox gave ... 28 September 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. R. Penn. A magnificent House, and a most splendid Feast, and a very large ... 28 September 1774 Adams, John Mr. Galloway. The Proposal I intended to make having been opposed, I have waited to hear a ... 29 September 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail Sitting down to write to you, is a Scene almost too tender for my State of Nerves. It calls ... 29 September 1774 Adams, John to Tudor, William I wish it was in my Power, to write you any Thing for the Relief of your Anxiety, under the ... 29 September 1774 Adams, John Dined at Home, with the Delegates from North Carolina and a No. of other Gentlemen. ... 30 September 1774 Adams, John Resolved That the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, and the Town of Boston are now nobly ... 30 September 1774 Adams, John Dined at Mr. Jonathan Smiths—Dr. Allison, Mr. Sprout and many other Gentlemen. ...

October

1 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Webster. Spent the Evening with Stephen Collins. Went to see the Election at ... 2 October 1774 Swift, Samuel to Cushing, Thomas Since I wrote you, Jealousies seem to rise higher between the People and the Army. It has ... 2 October 1774 Adams, John Went to Christ Church and heard Mr. Coombs upon “Judge not according to the Appearance, but ... 3 October 1774 Adams, John Breakfasted at home with Coll. Dagworthy of Maryland, Captn. Dagworthy his Brother, Major De ... 4 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Alexander Wilcox, with all the Delegates from N. York, and several other ... 5 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Dr. Cadwallador, in Company with Governor Hamilton, Gen. Lee, Mr. Henry, Mr. ... 6 October 1774 Adams, John Mr. Gadsden. There are Numbers of Men who will risque their all. I shudder at the thought of ... 6 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Hodge, Father in Law to Mr. Bayard. ... 7 October 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I thank you for all your kind favours. I wish I could write to you, much oftener than I do. ... 7 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Thos. Smith, with a large Company, the Virginians and others. ... 7 October 1774 Adams, John to Tudor, William I have just Time to thank you for your Letters by Mr Revere, and all other of your Favours. ... 8 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. George Clymer—Mr. Dickinson and a large Company again. ... 9 October 1774 Adams, John to Adams, Abigail I am wearied to Death with the Life I lead. The Business of the Congress is tedious, beyond ... 9 October 1774 Adams, John Went to hear Dr. Allison, an Aged Gentleman. It was Sacrament Day and he gave us a ... 10 October 1774 Adams, John The Deliberations of the Congress, are spun out to an immeasurable Length. There is so much ... 10 October 1774 Adams, John to Gage, Thomas The Delegates from the Several Provinces in North America, now assembled in Congress, beg ... 11 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. McKean in Markett Street, with Mr. Reed, Rodney, Chace, Johnson, Paca, Dr. ... 12 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Captn. Richards with Dr. Coombs. ... 13 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Dickenson with Chase, Paca, Low, Mifflin, Mr. Penn and General Lee, at six O ... 13 October 1774 Adams, John Quincy to Adams, John I have been trying ever since you went away to learn to write you a Letter. I shall make ... 14 October 1774 Adams, John Whereas, since the close of the last war, the British parliament claiming a power of right ... 14 October 1774 Smith, Elizabeth (1750-1815) to Adams, John I have (my Dear Brother) been more than entertained by perusing a number of your Letters to ... 14 October 1774 Adams, John Went in the Morning to see Dr. Chevott Chovet and his Skelletons and Wax Work—most ... 15 October 1774 Cranch, Richard to Adams, John I hear that a letter from one P——s, a clergyman in Connecticut, has been intercepted, and ... 15 October 1774 Adams, John Dined at Mr. Wests with the Rutledges and Mr. Middleton. An elegant House, rich furniture, ... 15 October 1774 Adams, Abigail to Tudor, William I received your very obliging Letter and thank you for the early intelligence of your ... 15 October 1774 Cranch, Mary Smith to Smith, Isaac Jr. It has been with inexpressable pleasure that I have beheld you usher'd into the world with ... 16 October 1774 Adams, Abigail to Adams, John I dare not express to you at 300 hundred miles distance how ardently I long for your return. ... 16 October 1774 Warren, James to Adams, John I Recd yours of the 18th Sepr with A pleasure and satisfaction that render my Negligence in ... 16 October 1774 Cooper, Samuel to Adams, John Having just been informed that Mr. Tudor is going to Philadelphia, I take this opportunity ... 16 October 1774 Adams, John Staid at Home all day. Very busy in the necessary Business of putting the Proceedings of the ... 17 October 1774 Adams, John Dined at Home. ... 17 October 1774 Adams, John Proof of Depth of Abilities, and Wickedness of Heart. ... 18 October 1774 Adams, John Dined at Stephen Collins's. ... 19 October 1774 Adams, John Dined at Home. ... 20 October 1774 Swift, Samuel to Adams, John Yours of the 30th. Ult. I Recd, by Mr. Revere. He shew me Also your Cautionary paper, which ... 20 October 1774 Smith, Isaac Jr. to Cranch, Mary Smith If it was possible to tell you, my dear Mrs. Cranch, how much I think myself obliged to you, ... 20 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with the whole Congress at the City Tavern, at the Invitation of the House of ... 21 October 1774 Adams, John Dined at the Library Tavern with Messrs. Marcoo's Markoes and a dozen Gentlemen from the W. ... 22 October 1774 Adams, John Dined in the Country, with Mr. Dickinson, with all the Delegates from N. England. Mr. Duane, ... 23 October 1774 Adams, John Heard Mr. Piercy, at Mr. Sprouts. He is Chaplain to the Countess of Huntingdon. Comes ... 24 October 1774 Adams, John In Congress, nibbling and quibbling—as usual. ... 25 October 1774 Adams, John Dined with Mr. Clymer. General Lee &c. there. ... 26 October 1774 Adams, John Dined at Home. This Day the Congress finished. Spent the Evening together at the City ... 27 October 1774 Adams, John Went this Morning with Mr. Tudor to see the Carpenters Hall, and the Library, and to Mr. ... 28 October 1774 Adams, John Took our Departure in a very great Rain, from the happy, the peacefull, the elegant, the ... 29 October 1774 Adams, John Rode to Prince Town, where We dine, at the sign of Hudibrass.— Vacation at Nassau Hall. Dr. ... 30 October 1774 Adams, John My Birthday. I am 39 Years of Age.—Rode to Elizabeth Town in New Jersey, where We are to ... 31 October 1774 Adams, John Mr. McDougall, Mr. Scott, Captn. Sears, Mr. Platt, Mr. Hewes came to see us. All but the ...

November

December