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Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848, son of AA and JA, designated as JQA in The Adams Papers)

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Books and Reading

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as resource to CFA

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borrowings from library in St. Petersburg

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library at MQA

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use of JA's library

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CFA on collection

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Voltaire's Histoire de ... Russie

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borrowings from Harvard library

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Horace

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Hugh Blair

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Nepos' De viribus illustribus

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Phaedrus' Fables, copied

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at Old House

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books sent from Europe

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quotes Shakespeare's Hamlet

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summer reading

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Gazette d'Amsterdam

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Claude Millot

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David Humphreys

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François Soulés

AFC07

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GWA's books

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Gravesande

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JA sends list of portraits in Bentivoglio's History to

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Jean Jacques Burlamaqui

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John Clarke's Introduction à la syntaxe latine

AFC03

AFC04

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Mercier's Du théâtre, ou nouvel essai sur l'art dramatique

AFC04

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Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

AFC04

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Smollett's History of England

AFC02

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Virgil

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Xenophon

AFC07

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alludes to Richardson's Clarissa Harlowe

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alludes to Sterne's Sentimental Journey

AFC06

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alludes to Swift's Gulliver's Travels

AFC06

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bookplates

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borrows Catharine Macaulay's History of England and Hume's History of England from the English Library in St. Petersburg

AFC04

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cites Manstein's Memoirs of Russia

AFC05

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comments on Thomson's Tancred and Sigismunda and other plays

AFC06

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gaps in collection

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poetry recommended to, by JA

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quotes Lyttleton's prologue to Thomson's Coriolanus

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quotes Voltaire's Histoire de l'empire de Russie

AFC05

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reads Bampfylde Moore Carew's Life and Adventures

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reads Le Sage's Histoire de Gil Blas

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reads Rollin's Ancient History

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reads to his mother

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removed from storage to Old House

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pamphlet collection

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Lettres hollandoises

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Burgoyne

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Cleanthes

AFC07

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Erasmus' Colloquia

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Ferguson

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Henry Fielding

AFC07

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Homer

AFC07

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JA advises to read newspapers and history

AFC02

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JA advises to study ancient history

AFC02

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JA sends “perpetual almanack” to

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JA urges to study histories of revolutions

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Jeremy Belknap

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Kerroux's Abrégé de l'histoire de la Hollande

AFC04

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Lily's Short Introduction of Grammar ... of the Latin Tongue

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Littleton's Latin Dictionary

AFC04

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New Testament

AFC07

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Nicolas Boileaux-Despréaux

AFC07

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Philip Doddridge

AFC07

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Pope

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Prodicus of Ceos

AFC07

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Robertson's History of . . . Charles V

AFC05

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Sewel's Dutch-English Woordenboek

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Shakespeare

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Temple's Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands

AFC03

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Thomson's Seasons

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Thucydides' History

AFC02

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Timothy Dwight

AFC07

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Tricot's Rudiments de la langue latine

AFC03

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Watson's History of ... Philip the Second

AFC04

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William Enfield

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a broken set restored

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alludes to Ariosto's Orlando Furioso

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and booksellers' shops in St. Petersburg

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at Athenaeum as payment for share

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bibliography of French grammars and dictionaries

1

borrows Richardson's Clarissa Harlowe and Nichols' Poems from the English Library in St. Petersburg

AFC04

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catalogue made with CFA

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comment on Spartan law and history

DQA02

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copies Dictata ... ad Analogiam Linguae Graecae

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copies from Wenshing's treatise on Greek grammar

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desire for building to house

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discussion of French poets with Trumbull

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first bookplate designed and executed by

AFC04

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fondness for poetry

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interest in N.Y. satirical poem on women

AFC06

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introduces CA to French poetry

AFC07

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legal studies limit pleasure reading

DQA02

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memorizes Collins' “Ode”

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purchase of French and Russian grammar

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purchase of French-German dictionary

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purchase of astronomy books

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purchases at sale of TBA's collection

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quotes Abbé de Raynal

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quotes Horace's Epistles

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quotes McFingal

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quotes Pope's “Messiah”

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quotes Voltaire's Tancrède

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reads Justinian's Institutes

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requests books

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sends Cerisier's Politique hollandais to JA

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sends books and writings to Braintree

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sent from Washington to Old House

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size of collection

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“Appendix de Diis et Heroibus ethnicis”

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“Cicero's oration pro Milone”

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CFA on library of

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GWA's collection

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loaned to G. A. Otis

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lost in binder's fire

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plan to build library

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plans for library building

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presentation copy from S. Grimké

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Sewel's New Dictionary English and Dutch

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appetite for books

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book-numbering system

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bookplate bearing Boylston seal engraved for

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dates of book purchases

DQA01

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early reading accomplished

DQA01

See also: under individual authors and newspapers
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Character, Appearance, Habits, Domestic Life

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CFA's estimate

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speeches, writings, and lectures

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as money manager

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distinction

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fondness for conversation

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imaginative qualities from AA

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independence of actions

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little talent for farming

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pleasure in living with

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silence affects large dinner

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values money

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“sinks from want of intellectual stimulus”

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Tocqueville's evaluation of presidency

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battle against Gag Rule

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changes in political views

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compares to JA

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contribution to CFA's “Southern Conventions” articles

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member of diplomatic mission

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tariff policy

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“My father is a genius, and he is not prudent”

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prominence limits CFA's political activity

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Character

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concern over loss of time

DQA01

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self-appraisal and concern for future

DQA01

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objectivity and sense of fairness

DQA01

DQA02

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sensitivity to proprieties

DQA01

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compassion for others

DQA01

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disgust with student irresponsibility

DQA02

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appreciation of nature

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argumentativeness

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desire for independence

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industriousness

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manners

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promptness

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“I am . . . weary of this wandering, strolling kind of Life”

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as revealed in Diary

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republicanism

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Disputation and Controversy

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political Antimasonry

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over reform of Phi Beta Kappa

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with Massachusetts Federalists

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CFA on talent for

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quarrel with Mass. Federalists

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with National Republicans over endorsement of non-party members

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in congress

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with Jared Sparks

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with Antimasons over policy on Bank of U.S.

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with CFA

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CFA on

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in Calhoun-Jackson dispute

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with CFA

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with Jackson over Mexican boundary

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with National Republicans over Fortification Bill

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over Nullification

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with Proprietors of Boston Athenaeum

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attacked by Maj. Henry Lee

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over Josiah Quincy's administration of Harvard

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over award of honorary degree to Jackson

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with Daniel Webster

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with Democrats over maneuver in House

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with Demorats and Van Buren over appeasement of South

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with National Republicans

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over Latin-American policy

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with John Randolph

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with Jonathan Russell

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Family

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and CFA

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rides with CFA

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assists TBA family

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CFA writes to

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and CFA's new house site

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and JA2

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despair and grief over illness and death of Georgeanna Frances Adams

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visits AHA

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and CFA's situation

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and LCA

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memorial tablet to JA and AA

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AA's letters to

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and CFA's political activities

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and GWA

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family's ill health

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pleasure in company of ABA and CFA

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presents coin and medal collection to CFA

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suggests CFA write memoir of AA

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CFA on role as father

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LCA2 resembles

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and ABA

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despair over death of T. B. Adams Jr.

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gives CFA land for house

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on CFA

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proposed Quincy residence for JA2

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rapport with CFA

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visits LCA's family

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visits relatives

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wedding gifts to CFA and ABA

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CFA accompanies to Capitol

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and AA

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and CFA on “draws”—“drawers” usage

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and CFA's responsibility to sustain family name

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and Hellen family

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and Louisa C. Smith

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and anecdote of JA

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and funeral of distant relative

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and illness of Mary Louisa Adams

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approves CFA's decision on newspaper acquisition

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burdened by household cares

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collection of ancient coins disappears

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concern for ABA's health

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desire for perpetuation of line

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discouraged over LCA's condition

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family's ill health depresses

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gift to JQA2

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gives Athenaeum share to CFA

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gives CFA pew at Adams Temple

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gives CFA portrait of JA

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gives Treaty Seal to CFA on occasion of JQA2's baptism

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inculcates duty of diary-keeping

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offers CFA editorship of Boston Patriot

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offers CFA house lot

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on TBA

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on birth of HA

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on the date of JA's birth

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plans for household

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pleasure in company of CFA and ABA

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pride

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visits AA birthplace

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visits CFA in Boston

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and I. H. Adams' commission to West Point

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health and minor illnesses

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arrangements for coach to take family to Paris

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lack of exercise

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offers violin to William Cranch

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portrait by Schmidt

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post rider between Braintree and Boston

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self-appraisal

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40th wedding anniversary

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horse

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watch repair

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Mary Cranch on

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Samuel Williams on

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morality instilled by JA

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recovers money from dishonest agent

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typical day in Auteuil

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youthful letter-writing

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appearance

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daily routine

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freshman servant

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in Paris

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letter-writing impeded by studies

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lost teaspoons

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preference for mathematics over law

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prefers walking to visiting

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reflections in graveyard

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service as secretary: for Dana

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suffering from heat

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sword and hat

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translation of German for Dana

DQA02

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AA on “How unpardonable would it have been in you, to have been a Blockhead”

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AA2 on letters of

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AA: “your passions are strong and impetuous and ... sometimes ... hurry you into excesses, yet ... I have observed a frankness and Generosity accompany your Efforts to govern and subdue them”

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GWA on appearance of

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Lucy Cranch assists in furnishing rooms at Harvard

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Richard Cranch on

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TBA compared to

AFC07

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accepts being laughed at for weight

AFC07

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adjustment to new surroundings

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admonished by AA2

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advised by father to attend English Separatists' church in Leyden

AFC04

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affection for CA praised

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and Golden Verses of Pythagoras

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attends funeral of Lucy Quincy Tufts

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auction of Dr. Iron-side's books

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avid interest in early balloon ascents

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behavior of

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benefits of returning to America

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birthday

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burial place

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buys silver from Baron van Tuyll

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called “our young Northern Envoy”

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carries money for parents to Cotton Tufts

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compared to M. d'Aragon

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compared to Samuel Cooper Johonnot

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concerned that parents will disapprove horse purchase

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correspondence from Russia

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correspondence with family in Europe

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declares independence of opinions

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definition of genius, quoted

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delivers letters in Boston

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describes unusual “dark day”

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dines at Judge Hall's

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earliest known surviving letter of

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entertains Elizabeth Cranch by singing and acting

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executor of Ward Boylston's will

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facsimiles of handwriting in 1780

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family letters received

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goes hunting

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grooming habits of

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handles household duties in France

AFC06

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handwriting reproduced

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has felt like a wanderer abroad for seven years

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horticultural problems at Quincy

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AFC06

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incorporates Quincy family arms in bookplate

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lack of clean linens

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lack of improvement in letterwriting

AFC05

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marriage

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moral precepts quoted

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morning naps of

AFC07

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named for Col. John Quincy

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on AA's pregnancy

AFC02

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on Jackson administration

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on cleaning paintings

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oversees dogs Lafayette sends to Washington

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AFC06

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relationships with young women

AFC07

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requests TBA become student of Timothy Jennison

AFC07

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resemblance to AA2

AFC06

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reunited with brothers

AFC07

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rocked to sleep by AA2

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sad over recent deaths

AFC06

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says does not keep up with public news

AFC06

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sends greetings to WSS

AFC07

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sends regards to people in Haverhill

AFC07

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serves as interpreter for Vérac and Dana

AFC07

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stays with Shaws

AFC07

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studies are only consolation for departed friends

AFC06

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study “does not diminish his flesh”

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thought older than sister

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tires of questions about Europe

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will take wine to college

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“I know not that I am apt to be over-Sentimental”

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“a good Character wherever he has been”

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“form'd for a Statesman”

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“inherits the spirit of his father, and bids fair to be a Roman like him”

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“is respected wherever he goes for his Vigour and Vivacity both of Mind and Body, for his constant good Humour ... as well as his general Knowledge which for his Age is uncommon”

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“naturally inclined to be fat”

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“quite a gallant among the Ladies”

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“we all form opinions of Persons according to their Conduct to ourselvs”

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character

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correspondence with Storer

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diary-keeping

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early correspondence of

AFC05

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friendship with Thaxter

AFC05

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letter-books of

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on Edward Everett, quoted

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Harvard College

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mathematics and surveying

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admission to

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divinity

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role in commencement

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Handel Society

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study habits

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fields of study and classes at

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declamations

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accommodations at

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Burlamaqui

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TBA's admission to

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commencement

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graduation from

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Latin

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absence from classes

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faculty of

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lives with CA at

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on students and tutors at

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participates in events at

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preparation for admission to

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sorrow at leaving

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Greek

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Reid

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lives with Henry Ware at

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senior class desire for private commencement

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Locke

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Waterhouse lectures

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admission

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admission process for

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attends exhibition at

AFC07

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chosen thesis collector at commencement

AFC07

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leaves Shaws to attend

AFC07

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remains at over vacation

AFC07

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resents time spent on “mere ceremonies” at

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works hard writing

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AA concerned about

AFC07

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AA2 chastises for critiques of Harvard professors by

AFC07

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John Boylston on

AFC07

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Richard Cranch visits at

AFC07

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attends debate on democracy

AFC07

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choosing friends at

AFC07

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classmates listed

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competition among classmates over valedictory oration at

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has advantage in French over other students

AFC07

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public speaking at

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return of books to college library

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roommate Henry Ware

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studies with CA and William Cranch

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translates piece from English into Latin

AFC07

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Preparation for Harvard

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Horace

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Homer

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New Testament Greek

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program of studies for admission

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Xenophon

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prepares for college

AFC06

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Watts

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plans for studies at Haverhill and Harvard

AFC06

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returns to America to attend Harvard

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Locke

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reasons for attending Harvard

AFC06

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study routine

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JA arranges for college costs

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JA wants to send to Harvard

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admission to Harvard with advance standing

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English literature

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Latin studies finished

DQA01

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Rev. Shaw as tutor

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advice from Pres. Willard

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arrival in Cambridge to enter Harvard

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reading in Blackstone

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modern languages

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preparation for legal career

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attendance at courts

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and French language

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at University of Leyden

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copying of legal instruments

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independent study

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indifferent success in the pursuit of studies in St. Petersburg

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JA's comments on

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in Coke

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tutored by John Thaxter

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hears and comments on House of Commons debates

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program of studies charted by JA

AFC03

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conditions of study

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in Le Coeur's school

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in Pechigny's school, Passy

4

slackened application to studies

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studies and translates Horace

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studies and translates Tacitus

AFC05

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translates Suetonius, Virgil, and Tacitus into French

AFC05

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urged to study classics and algebra

AFC05

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English translations from Latin

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and the Latin School on the Singel, Amsterdam

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attendance at House of Representatives

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in Hawkins

DQA02

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in Sullivan

DQA02

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in Wood

DQA02

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reading in Bacon

DQA02

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reading in Foster

DQA02

3

reading of Vattel

DQA02

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role of Parsons in

DQA02

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studied with JA

AFC07

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tutoring

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attends Mass. Supreme Judicial Court session

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pursues studies with ardor

AFC05

AFC06

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schoolmates in France

AFC05

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studies Dutch, Latin, and Greek

AFC05

2

studies German

AFC05

2

studies Greek New Testament

AFC05

2

studies Phaedrus

AFC05

2

translates Cleanthes' “Hymn to Zeus”

AFC06

2

translates Virgil's Aeneid

AFC05

2

in Gilbert

DQA02

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loss of classical studies at Leyden regretted

AFC04

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problem of finding a school for

AFC01

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schooling

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study of German language

AFC04

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JA recommends “a Book of Amusement” of moral philosophy

AFC05

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JA teaches mathematics to

AFC06

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attends Courts of Justice (Chancery) session

AFC05

1

interprets for American pilot directing French ship

AFC06

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translates Latin at Auteuil

AFC05

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translates Suetonius' Caligula and other Lives of the Twelve Caesars

AFC05

1

translates Virgil into English

AFC05

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“Study. . . is to be my only mistress”

AFC06

1

Dumas as tutor to

AFC07

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JA on writing style of

AFC01

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JA regrets delay in college entry occasioned by European residence

AFC04

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JA: “John has Genius”

AFC01

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JA: “You must acquire the Art of mixing Study with Business”

AFC02

2

adjured by AA to study Dutch history

AFC04

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becomes amanuensis for Francis Dana

AFC04

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capacity for emulation best served at Leyden or Harvard

AFC04

2

classical studies

AFC03

AFC04

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converses in foreign languages with Richard Cranch

AFC07

1

cost of schooling

AFC03

1

effect of European travel on support for republicanism

AFC07

1

in Justinian

DQA02

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in Wright

DQA02

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linguistic and orthographic equipment at fourteen

AFC04

1

list of JA's law books made

DQA02

1

listens to debates in Mass. House of Representatives and Supreme Judicial Court

AFC07

1

on battle of Bunker Hill and death of Warren

AFC01

1

plan to place him in Governor Dummer Academy

AFC02

1

reading of Robertson, Charles V

DQA02

1

requirements for success in

AFC07

1

speaks French with CA

AFC07

3

study of the Dutch language

AFC03

AFC04

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tutored by Jonathan Mason

AFC02

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urged by AA to study “men and manners”

AFC04

1

wants a blank book in which to “transcribe the most remarkable occurances”

AFC02

1

“If there is no other Way, I will take you home, and teach you Demosthenes and Homer myself”

AFC04

1

Thaxter tutors

AFC05

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pattern of

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Family and Domestic Life

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relations with brothers

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visits to P. B. Adams

DQA01

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impatience for parents' return

5

visits to N. Quincy

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and GWA's death

DCA01

4

emotions on visiting home

DQA01

4

feeling for GWA

DCA02

4

reunion with and helps parents settle into Old House

DQA02

3

and LCA's trip to N.Y. State

DCA02

3

feeling for family

DCA02

3

importance of letters from family

DQA01

3

interest in AA2's engagement

DQA01

DQA02

3

settlement of JA's estate

DCA02

2

GWA and CFA compared

DCA02

2

and death of JA

DCA02

2

feeling at seeing Grandfather Smith's home

DQA01

DQA02

2

letters from LCA

DCA02

2

on JA2's marriage

DCA02

2

visits to Grandmother Hall

DQA02

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GWA and Mary C. Hellen

DCA01

1

TBA Jr. assists

DCA02

1

and LCA's return to Washington

DCA02

1

attends funeral of Mrs. Isaac Smith Sr.

DQA02

1

burial and funeral of GWA

DCA02

1

family discuss his speeches

DCA01

1

fondness for E. Cranch

DQA01

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Roman Catholicism

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disinterested benevolence

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Social

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social relations

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silly and despicable customs

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card-playing

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change in family status over generations

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clubs

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defense of dancing

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meddlesomeness of mankind

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modern gentility

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suicide

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intrinsic worth

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dueling

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envy

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superstition and bigotry

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“virtues of the heart”

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Women, love, and children

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love and marriage

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children

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agriculture and livestock

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professionals and charletans

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Joseph Willard

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Henry Ware

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Royall Tyler

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women

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CA

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James Winthrop

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Miss Dixey

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Samuel Williams

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Shays' Rebellion

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TBA

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commemorations of Battle of Bunker Hill

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comments on young women in N.Y.

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love

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praises Swedish hospitality to strangers

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remarks on frailty of human life

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remarks on the social prominence of N.Y. loyalists and their daughters

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philosophical ideas

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progress and man

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sea travel

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AA2 as JA's secy.

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Almy Ellery

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Americans wary of a traveler's veracity

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Anna Dumas

AFC07

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Boston

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Catherine Jones

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Dumas family

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Edward Wigglesworth

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Eleazar James

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Elizabeth Ellery Dana

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James Bridge

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John Hale

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London “for convenience and beauty is far superior to Paris”

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Margaret Wigglesworth

AFC07

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Mass. General Court

AFC07

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Mass. elections

AFC07

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Moses Little

AFC07

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Nathan Read

AFC07

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Palmer family's difficulties

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Stephen Sewall

AFC07

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Thomas Cushing

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Thomas Thompson

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Timothy Jennison

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WSS

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admires teacher of deaf mutes

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arts in U.S.

AFC07

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bored at “insipid uniformity” of sea travel

AFC06

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comments on Yale's library

AFC06

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comments on absolute monarchy

AFC05

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comments on honor paid to André

AFC05

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comments on roads and lodgings in France

AFC06

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comments on travel

AFC05

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compares French and Brit. wines

AFC07

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compares conversation in U.S. and Europe

AFC07

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criticizes Othello (in the 1830s)

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criticizes a hasty and improvident marriage

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criticizes petty religious differences

AFC06

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describes “Italian eyes”

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dislikes sarcastic misogyny of old bachelors

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does not regret leaving sights of Europe for America

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engagement of AA2 to WSS

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finds Americans as proud of family as Europeans

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gentlemen

AFC07

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health effects of flute playing

AFC07

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hopes Concord and Lexington will be venerated by posterity

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human nature

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marriage

AFC07

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meeting with his brothers

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on popularity of social visits at N.Y.

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poetry

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refuses to attend opening of Charles River Bridge

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relations between men and women

AFC07

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remarks on Denmark

AFC05

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republicanism

AFC07

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scholarly excellence

AFC07

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supports trade restrictions against British

AFC06

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thinks English mealtimes ridiculous

AFC06

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thinks U.S.-Sweden treaty promises much commerce

AFC05

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thinks every impartial observer finds French stage superior to the English

AFC06

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thinks trifling matters are clues to character

AFC06

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value of the English coronation crown “might have been better employed”

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young Amer. women value beauty over accomplishments

AFC06

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“A single life in this Country cannot be an happy life”

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“Foibles of Mankind”

AFC07

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“How happens it, that revenge stares through the eyes of every Spaniard”

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“Ideas of Beauty are often local”

AFC06

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“The good scholar is esteemed, even by the idle; but the bad one, is despised as much by those who are like him, as he is by the judicious”

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“it is impossible, as well for whole Nations [England], as for particular persons to be Vicious and happy”

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“nothing has so much influence over the human heart as the voice of undoubted friendship”

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“the instances, are very rare, where a person of a loose Character, makes any figure as a Scholar”

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stuff in New England

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Independence Day

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dreams

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dullness of county life

DQA02

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game laws

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gloominess of snow

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originality

DQA02

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rewards of physicians

DQA02

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smokers

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the uneducated

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wit

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Amer. versus European universities

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Paintings and Busts

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Stuart portrait

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Harding portrait

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C. B. King portrait

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Browere bust

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Cardelli bust

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Copley portrait

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Sully portrait

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Candidate for Governor (1833)

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election-day flier

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“Address to the People”

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Contestant for Senate (1834-1835)

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Presidential candidacy, 1824

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mentioned

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elected President

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electoral college vote in election

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political supporters

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President

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quarrel with Federalists

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state elections

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Henry Clay

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annual messages to Congress

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election of 1828

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Inter-American Congress

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elections of Speakers of House

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end of term

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DeWitt Clinton

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Lafayette visit

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McDuffie amendment

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Randolph-Clay duel

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inauguration

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internal improvements policy

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message to Congress on Creeks

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new slave trade convention

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open house, 4 July

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prospects for reelection

DCA02

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reviews militia parade in Boston

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salute from Baltimore rifle company

DCA02

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visit to Lowell, Mass.

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federal art commission

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Representative in Congress

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minority report of Committee on Manufactures

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acts as JA's personal secretary

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independence of party

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social life as Secretary of State

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Commissioner of Sinking Fund

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lectures on Smithson bequest

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Biddle's published letters to

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and Antimasonry

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attends Monroe's drawing room

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honored at Quincy picnic

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Boston Advocate friendly to

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4th of July oration in Newburyport (1837)

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Boston reaction to

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Boylston professorship at Harvard

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Secretary of State

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Secy. of State

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alliance against election to Senate (1835)

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citizens present his portrait to Boston

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congressional election of 1838

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lecture on education in Braintree

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object of attack

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political course of

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proposed antimasonic nominee for Governor (1834)

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support of Louisiana Purchase and of Embargo

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“one of those moments which compensate for a Life of Sorrows”

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asks Dana to tell Swedish merchant of exports suitable for America

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tells JA of Swedish expectation for early peace

AFC05

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tells JA that Denmark has designated an envoy to U.S.

AFC05

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visits French minister in Copenhagen

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4th of July oration at Faneuil Hall (1793)

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as secy. to Francis Dana

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Relationship with AA2

3

AA2 informs of engagement and marriage

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AA2 opposes learning flute

2

AA2 requests lock of hair from

AFC07

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AA2 teases

AFC06

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AA2 wants JQA's portrait and lock of hair

AFC06

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criticized by AA2 for not writing

AFC05

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deeply moved by receiving AA2's letters

AFC06

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develops correspondence with AA2

AFC06

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receives book from

AFC07

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suspends writing to AA2 until admitted to college

AFC05

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AA2 advises

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AA2 feels “as if we were growing into Life strangers to each other”

AFC05

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AA2 imagines as Mass. congressman

AFC07

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AA2 on separation from

AFC07

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AA2 shares letters of with WSS

AFC07

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AA2 suspects romance between Nancy Dumas and

AFC07

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AA2's emotions on JQA's departure

AFC06

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AA2: “you have become so great a traveller that much is expected from you”

AFC05

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WSS asks to be remembered to

AFC07

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agrees to exchange opinions of characters with AA2

AFC06

2

agrees to write daily to AA2

AFC05

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and AA2's relationship with Royall Tyler

AFC07

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and correspondence with WSS

AFC07

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approves AA2's dismissal of Tyler

AFC06

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disappointed at receiving no letters from AA2

AFC06

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dissatisfaction with own letters to AA2

AFC06

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informs Elizabeth Shaw of engagement of

AFC07

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interprets for AA2 in Paris

AFC06

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reaction to engagement of

AFC07

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receives advice from on behavior at college

AFC07

1

receives profile of WSS from

AFC07

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reunites with AA2 in London

1

takes pleasure in the company “of a Sister who fulfills my most sanguine expectations”

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thanks AA2 for caution and correction

AFC06

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owns portrait of AA2

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Relationship with Parents

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correspondence with AA

13

acts as AA's secretary and translator

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requests and receives books from

10

correspondence with JA

8

AA sends fabric and clothing for

7

AA complains at not hearing from

7

judges oratory of speakers in Parliament at JA's request

6

correspondence with

6

AA sends political information to

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sends JA's books to Holland

4

AA comments on

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JA enjoys company of

AFC05

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JA wants JQA in Holland

AFC05

5

return to Holland relieves JA

AFC05

7

reunites with AA in London

3

JA sends to London to meet AA and AA2

AFC05

3

JA urges improvement in letterwriting

AFC05

3

JA urges to keep a journal

AFC05

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neglects writing to AA

AFC06

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reassures AA of affection for

AFC05

3

returns to JA at The Hague

AFC05

2

AA expresses concern for JQA's moral condition

AFC05

2

JA advises JQA on behavior in London

AFC05

2

JA longs to see

AFC05

2

JA suggests learning Dutch together

AFC05

3

corrects AA's Yankee speech

AFC05

2

receives medal from AA

AFC07

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sad when AA's arrival in London is delayed

AFC05

2

sends JA list of new congressmen

AFC05

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sends JA political news from N.Y.

AFC06

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sends copy of debate to

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writes observations on Russia at AA's request

AFC05

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AA advises to prepare to serve country

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AA calls JQA “the young Hercules”

AFC06

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AA calls “Johnny”

AFC05

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AA cautions not to discuss conferences with minister from Tripoli publicly

AFC07

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AA concerned about health of

AFC06

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AA encourages close relationship with CA

AFC07

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AA expects great things for

AFC05

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AA informs of AA2's engagement

AFC07

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AA instructs on treatment of brothers by

AFC07

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AA is happy to be with

AFC06

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AA on

AFC07

1

AA receives report on him from Cotton Tufts

AFC07

1

AA sees JQA's “Strong resemblance of his Pappa. He is the same good humourd Lad he formerly was”

AFC05

1

AA sends clothes to

AFC06

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AA sends drawing of The Hyde to

AFC07

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AA sends epitaph for Samuel Johnson to

AFC07

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AA sends poem to

AFC07

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AA writes by fireside of

AFC06

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JA advises on health

AFC07

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JA allows to choose with whom to study law

AFC07

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JA asks for account of travel expenses

AFC05

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JA calls “a Man in Understanding as well as Stature”

AFC05

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JA calls “greatest Traveller of his Age”

AFC05

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JA is pleased with studies of

AFC05

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JA on behavior of

AFC07

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JA plans tour of England with

AFC05

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JA pleased with Americans' good opinion of

AFC06

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JA recommends Timothy Dwight and Joel Barlow to

AFC07

1

JA says people “should take him to be my younger brother, if they did not know him to be my son”

AFC05

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JA says: “you must prepare yourself to get your Bread”

AFC06

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JA thinks JQA has greater opportunities than he had

AFC05

1

JA travels to London to meet (1784)

AFC07

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JA urges regular distribution of time, prudence, frugality

AFC05

1

JA: “well pleased with what I hear of you”

AFC05

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JQA and JA share same role in Harvard commencement

AFC07

1

agrees to write JA by every post

AFC05

1

as JA's secretary

AFC05

1

awaits JA's orders for bringing AA and AA2 from London

AFC05

1

delivers instructions to Cotton Tufts for AA

AFC07

1

executes seal commemorating negotiations at Ghent at JA's request

AFC05

1

hopes JA approves horse purchase

AFC06

1

instructed by JA on residence and studies

AFC05

1

intends to write to AA from Holland

AFC05

1

misses walking with JA

AFC07

1

receives letters from AA

AFC06

1

receives poem from AA

AFC07

1

reveres JA

AFC07

1

tells JA he hears nothing of peace negotiations

AFC05

1

urged by AA to have pride in own country and its leaders

AFC05

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watches Battle of Bunker Hill with AA

AFC07

1

wishes to study law with JA

AFC07

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New Divinity impious

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swimming

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Nancy Hazen

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Dr. Kilham

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Jefferson

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Thompson

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in Boston

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in Cambridge

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to Boston

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to Haverhill

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St. Petersburg

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French packet to U.S.

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Netherlands to London

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Russian-Swedish money equivalents

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at Stockholm

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in Hampstead

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stage to New Haven rejected

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to Braintree

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to St. Petersburg (1781)

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Bordeaux to Paris

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German and English posts and money compared

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JA: “He behaves like a Man”

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citadel on Rhine

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cost of posts

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customs officers in Brittany

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from Boston to Haverhill

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give greater experience to

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in Lincoln

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DQA02

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DQA01

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trade winds

DQA01

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DQA01

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very little during terms at Harvard

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DQA01

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visit to Port Louis

DQA01

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DQA01

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Elizabeth Shaw on his keeping of

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character of

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on Battle of Bunker Hill

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later publication of by Adams Papers

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Unpublished writings

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for Phi Beta Kappa

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for the A.B. Club

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“Memorial of the Life of John Adams” in CFA, Life and Works of John Adams (1850-1856)

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for Harvard exhibitions

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“Reply to the Appeal of the Massachusetts Federalists” in HA, New-England Federalism

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diary

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“A Vision”

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poetry

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“An Epistle to Delia”

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“Epistle to Delia”

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“A Ballad Founded on Fact”

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“Letters on the Bible,” in CFA, Letters of Mrs. Adams, 4th ed.

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acrostic on C. Jones

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considers writing love songs

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essay on Russia (1781-1783?)

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has more time for letter-writing at Harvard

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missing essay

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translations of classics and transcriptions of poems

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untitled verse for P. White

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Memoirs, ed. CFA (1874-1877)

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letter to Baltimore(?)

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verse transl. of Wieland's Oberon (1799-1801)

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“Memorial of the Life of John Adams”

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“Murder of William Morgan”

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“Satire upon the powers of the Nation”

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“Wisdom,” a poem addressed to CFA

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early letters

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diary, extracts from

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inscription for tablet to JA and AA

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will

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Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory

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[Minority] report of the Committee ... to examine ... the books of the bank of the United states

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An Eulogy on ... James Monroe ... 25th of August, 1831

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Dermot MacMorrogh

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Letters on Silesia, Written during a Tour Through that Country

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Proceedings of the Overseers of Harvard Univ.

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Report of the Minority of the Committee on Manufactures (1833)

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House speech on slavery (May 1836) in National Intelligencer and Boston Daily Advocate

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Presidential message on the northeast boundary question (1828)

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“To the Citizens of the United States” in the National Intelligencer (1839)

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American Principles, A Review of the Works of Fisher Ames (1809)

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American Principles. A Review of Works of Fisher Ames

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Letters on the Masonic Institution (1847)

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Oration ... on the Fourth of July 1831

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Oration on the Life of ... Lafayette

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Remarks in the House of Representatives ... on the ratio of representation

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Report of the House Committee on Manufactures (1832)

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Report on Weights and Measures (1821)

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letter to William Foster in the Quincy Patriot (1837)

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obituary of Richard Cutts (1845)

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“Address to the People” (1834) in Boston Daily Advocate

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“Oration delivered before the Inhabitants of Newburyport”

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“Personations of the Characters of Shakespeare” and “The Character of Desdemona” in Amer. Monthly Mag.

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“Preface” to The Declaration of Independence; the Constitution ...; &c. (1833)

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“Reply to the Appeal of the Massachusetts Federalists” (1829)

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“Speech ... on the Removal of the Public Deposites” in National Intelligencer

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Memoirs of John Quincy Adams

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letters in Adams Family Correspondence

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letters from Silesia (1804)

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letters to TBA in The Port Folio (1801)

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The Duplicate Letters, the Fisheries and the Mississippi

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“Address ... to General Lafayette”

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mentioned

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education of

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correspondence with parents

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returns to The Hague

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correspondence with JA

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in Le Coeur's private boarding school in Passy

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Diary of, cited

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journey across Spain

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birthplace in Braintree

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courtship and marriage

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educational expenses of

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health of

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invited to Versailles

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minister resident at The Hague

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translations by

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and Barbé-Marbois

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as Dana's secretary

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books and reading

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learns French language

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return to Europe

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accompanies JA on second mission to Europe

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birth and name

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education

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in JA's financial accounts

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in Paris

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in Pechigny's pension academy in Passy

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journey to St. Petersburg

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loses eight guineas in gold

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return to America (1779)

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AA2's journal-letters to

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Dana entrusts confidential letters to

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aboard the frigate Boston

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and Secret Journals ... of Congress

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and WSS

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and memoir of JA

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as JA's secretary

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birthplace of

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correspondence with Thaxter

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crossing of North Sea to Amsterdam

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diary of, quoted

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in Lorient

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in Russia

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journey from Bordeaux to Paris

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journey through Spain to Paris

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letters written by JA returned to

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portrait of

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return to Netherlands

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return voyage from Europe

DJA02

DJA03

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translates Cicero and Demosthenes

DJA02

2

tutored by John Thaxter

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writes in French

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Letters on Silesia

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Report on Weights and Measures (1821)

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Boston law office

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Dana regrets departure of

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Franeker celebration and

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JA on expenditures for

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JA's letters returned to

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Washington portrait in bedroom of

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