a confederate with them. But the sooner you leave me the better; and I shall give orders that my doors
may no longer be open to you. I will suffer no parsons who run about the country with beauties to be
entertained here. Madam, said Adams, I shall enter into no persons doors against their will; but I
am assured, when you have enquired farther into this matter, you will applaud, not blame, my proceeding; and
so I humbly take my leave: which he did with many bows, or at least many attempts at a bow.