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123. For the move in 1771 and the life of a commuter, see 2 JA, Diary and Autobiography 6–11 ||(16, 17, 20, and 21 April, and 1 and 2 May)||, 45–50 ||(22 July, 8 and 14 Aug.)||. The office in Queen Street is described in a notice in the Boston Gazette, 22 April 1771, p. 3, col. 2: “John Adams Notifies the Removal of his Office to a Room in Queen-Street, in the House of Mr. John Gill, within a few Steps of the New Court-House, but on the opposite Side of the Street.”
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