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Sat out for Uxbridge, arrived about 12, dined. Rode to Aldridges after Mr. Webb, and
brought him with me to my Uncles. Spent the Evening there. Lodged with Webb.1
1. Presumably Nathan Webb (1734–1760), Harvard 1754, nephew and namesake of
’s “Uncle Webb"; he is said to have practiced medicine, and it was to him that
addressed his first letter that survives, 1 Sept. 1755 (Adams Papers;
note appended to a copy of his letter to Webb, 12 Oct. 1755, same).