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Browsing: Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 2


Docno: ADMS-13-02-02-0003-0008-0024

Author: CFA
Date: 1827-08-24

Friday. August 24th. 1827.

I returned to town this morning in company with Abby. Called at George’s, took Soup and a Woodcock by way of Luncheon. Called at Mrs. Frothingham’s and spent an hour with her and Abby, and dined at Mr. T. L. Winthrop’s. A large company. My father, Captain Bainbridge and Son, Captain Gallagher,1 Col. House,2 Mr. Pierpont, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Everett, Mr. Balston of Philadelphia and Mr. Read, and a few others. After dinner I called with my father upon Judge Hall.3
1. Captain John Gallagher, in command of the Charlestown Navy Yard ( Mass. Register, 1828, p. 213).
2. Colonel James House, of Connecticut (Heitman, Register U.S. Army ).
3. Joseph Hall, judge of the Suffolk County probate court ( Boston Directory, 1829–1830).