Diary of Charles Francis Adams, volume 4

Sunday. 3d.

Tuesday. 5th.

Monday. 4th. CFA


Monday. 4th. CFA
Monday. 4th.

Misty threatening rain. I was obliged to risk it, so I went to town. My time was entirely taken up in Commissions and in bringing up all accounts, which is my usual practice at the beginning of each month. I then had to go and see about some Trunks which are missing, that belong to the family. I could get no trace of them. The thing is somewhat extraordinary. It cost me something of a toil without any fruit.

Dined at the Tremont House and attended a Meeting of the Directors of the Boylston Market which consumed all the Afternoon. My prediction with regard to this, is about to be verified. The profits are to be stopped for some time. Returned to Quincy to tea, having escaped rain, and had a quiet evening.