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Arise, morning at home, General La Fayette’s birthday, celebrated by a great dinner
at home, Mr. Condy of S.C.1 and Le Vasseur, quite agreable.
1. Jeremiah Condy, who lived at 199 Meeting Street in Charleston, frequently sent JQA
the South Carolina newspapers and political gossip (South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 42:214 [Jan. 1942]; JQA, Diary, 6 Sept. 1825).