In 1835, John Quincy Adams attended a party and thoroughly enjoyed the lemonade served. He liked it so much that he recorded the recipe in his diary.
Add to one gallon of water:
a bottle of Jamaican rum
a bottle of cognac
a bottle of champagne
a pound of sugar
optional: a pint of lemon juice
Source: Paul Nagel, John Quincy Adams: A Public Life, A Private Life , page 351