Diary of Charles Francis Adams, volume 7

Wednesday. 14th.

Friday. 16th.

Thursday. 15th. CFA


Thursday. 15th. CFA
Thursday. 15th.

A clear and colder day but not unpleasant. I went to the Office and was occupied as usual, Diary and Accounts. Collected the last Dividends probably due this year and received from Mr. Ladd the last rent. So that I can proceed directly to drawing the accounts. Mr. Everett came in and we had a talk about various matters of politics. He and I agree pretty well in our opinions. The course at Washington seems to be as yet not known. But evidently there is to be a powerful opposition.

Walk with Mr. Walsh and home. Afternoon so short, I had time to do nothing excepting to copy my letter to my father which is not worth sending.1 Evening at home reading to my Wife, after which President Goguet.


To JQA, 15 Dec., Adams Papers.