Colonial American Travel Narratives - Itinerarium of Dr. Hamilton - Boston to Annapolis Summary & Analysis

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Itinerarium of Dr. Hamilton - Boston to Annapolis Summary and Analysis

Hamilton finds Boston to exceed Philadelphia and New York in the civility of its people and the high quality of the company he enjoys. He stays there ten days then takes a trip to Salem, Massachusetts, returning to Boston on August 4.

At an inn in Boston, Hamilton meets a French man named la Moinnerie who is keeping a low profile in his room out of fear he will be taken for a spy since the declaration of war with France. Moinnerie is studying English and Hamilton remarks on some of the amusing mistakes he makes in the language. Nevertheless, Hamilton is impressed with Moinerrie's manners and cheerful disposition even in the face of adversity.

Hamilton leaves Boston on August 15 and heads back toward New York, arriving back...

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