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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 | A |  Adams, Samuel (1722-1803, 2d cousin of JA)

References

Abigail Adams 2d to John Quincy Adams, 22 January 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:27]

Mary Smith Cranch to Abigail Adams, 22 March 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:108]

Mary Smith Cranch to Abigail Adams, 22 March 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:112]

7th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 2:387]+

Subentries

– Barbé-Marbois' letter on [2 references]

– Burgoyne seeks interview with [1 reference]

– Gov. Shirley on [2 references]

– Hallowell on [1 reference]

– JA confused with [2 references]

– JA's relations with and comments on [10 references]

– Leonard on [1 reference]

– Letters [16 subentries]

– Mass. delegate in Continental Congress [8 references]

– Philadelphia residence of [1 reference]

– Price on [1 reference]

– Sparhawk on [1 reference]

– Thomson compared with [1 reference]

– and A. Lee [6 references]

– and Adams faction in Mass. politics [2 references]

– and An Appeal to the World [1 reference]

– and Arthur Lee [1 reference]

– and Benjamin Church [1 reference]

– and Boston Massacre cases [7 references]

– and Continental Army [1 reference]

– and Dr. Benjamin Church [1 reference]

– and Dr. Thomas Young [1 reference]

– and Elias Wrixon [1 reference]

– and First Continental Congress [2 references]

– and Gérard [1 reference]

– and Hawley [1 reference]

– and JA [4 references]

– and James Hogg [1 reference]

– and John Hancock [1 reference]

– and John Houstoun [1 reference]

– and Mass. boundaries [2 references]

– and Monday Night Club [1 reference]

– and Paine's Common Sense [1 reference]

– and R. H. Lee [1 reference]

– and Second Continental Congress [2 references]

– and Silas Deane [2 references]

– and Simeon Deane [1 reference]

– and Sons of Liberty [2 references]

– and circular letter on Townshend Duties [1 reference]

– and congress members' meeting with Lord Howe [3 references]

– and congress' consideration of charges against JA [4 references]

– and debts to British creditors [1 reference]

– and dispute over order of members' names in American Academy [1 reference]

– and gubernatorial election of 1780 [3 references]

– and military affairs [10 references]

– and origin of committees of correspondence [5 references]

– and provision for 1795 constitutional convention [1 reference]

– and reported meeting with Carlisle Commission [2 references]

– and the Paine-Warren controversy [1 reference]

– and “a pair of spurs” for Wilkinson [1 reference]

– anticipates British attack on New England [1 reference]

– as Mass. delegate to Continental Congress [3 references]

– as delegate to congress [29 references]

– as source of information on opinions and decisions in congress [5 references]

– as transmitter of congressional intelligence [9 references]

– as “A” [2 references]

– boards at D. Roberdeau's [2 references]

– chairman of committee on Boston public schools [1 reference]

– characterized by AA [1 reference]

– closeness to the Lee family [1 reference]

– comments on [3 references]

– commissioned justice of the peace [1 reference]

– confused with JA in France [1 reference]

– contemporary reputation of [3 references]

– correspondence with JA [18 references]

– criticism of Thomas Cushing [2 references]

– declines service in Mass. House of Representatives [2 references]

– describes events in Massachusetts and Boston [1 reference]

– drafts answer to Bernard's speech [1 reference]

– drafts answer to Hutchinson's speech [1 reference]

– drafts the Boston Instructions [1 reference]

– effort to remove from Mass. Council [1 reference]

– elected provincial secretary [1 reference]

– excepted in Gage's pardon proclamation [1 reference]

– exempted from Gage's offer of pardon [1 reference]

– exhaustion of [1 reference]

– extract from letter printed in Gazette de Leyde [2 references]

– identified [1 reference]

– in British cartoon [2 references]

– in Continental Congress [26 references]

– in First Provincial Congress [1 reference]

– in Raynal's Révolution [2 references]

– in caucus and political clubs [4 references]

– in conference with New England Baptist leaders [1 reference]

– in local, provincial, and state politics [8 references]

– inaccessibility to AA [1 reference]

– influence in Congress [1 reference]

– inventor of Committee of Correspondence [1 reference]

– investigates tax resistance in western Massachusetts [3 references]

– journey to Continental Congress [1 reference]

– journey to Continental Congress (1774) [4 references]

– journey to Continental Congress (1776) [1 reference]

– journeys to Continental Congress (1775) [3 references]

– leader of popular party [1 reference]

– learns to ride a horse [1 reference]

– leaves Congress [2 references]

– letters from JA listed (1779) [1 reference]

– letter from JA listed (1780) [1 reference]

– letter from JA listed (1781) [1 reference]

– letter from JA on Staten Island conference [2 references]

– letter from JA proposing a single minister to France [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1781) [1 reference]

– letter to JA listed (1779) [1 reference]

– letter to JA printed in Affaires [4 references]

– letters from JA listed (1776) [1 reference]

– letters to JA [2 references]

– letters to JA listed (1780) [2 references]

– loses JA's report on Massachusetts' territorial claims [1 reference]

– member of Congress [6 references]

– mentioned [107 references]

– on A, Lee [1 reference]

– on Gorham [1 reference]

– on Hancock [1 reference]

– on Hancock's Oration [1 reference]

– on J. Laurens as Franklin's secretary [1 reference]

– on J. Temple controversy [1 reference]

– on Provost William Smith's Oration [1 reference]

– on Thomas Cushing [1 reference]

– on adjournment of Continental Congress (1775) [1 reference]

– on adoption of Mass. Constitution [1 reference]

– on appointment of Austin to raise European loan [1 reference]

– on committee to draft Mass. constitution [2 references]

– on draft constitution for Mass. [1 reference]

– on efforts to quiet reaction against Estaing in Boston [1 reference]

– on harsh winter of 1779-1780 [1 reference]

– on immigrants [1 reference]

– on military situation in America [3 references]

– on money to jurors in Preston's trial [1 reference]

– on plan to reinforce French fleet in America [1 reference]

– on removal of General Court to Cambridge [1 reference]

– on support and preparations for independence [2 references]

– on the army [3 references]

– one of Braintree men who “set the World in a blaze” [1 reference]

– pardon for, denied [3 references]

– personality and character [1 reference]

– president of Mass. Senate [2 references]

– president of senate [2 references]

– reelected delegate to Continental Congress (1776) [1 reference]

– relations with John Hancock [2 references]

– relationship to JA [2 references]

– relationship with Hancock [1 reference]

– report of treasonous activity by [1 reference]

– reportedly opposed JA's election as Commissioner (1777) [2 references]

– reputation of [1 reference]

– resembles William I [1 reference]

– return from Congress with JA (1777) [1 reference]

– return from Continental Congress (1776) [6 references]

– rumored arrest of [1 reference]

– secretary of commonwealth [3 references]

– seeks help from JA [1 reference]

– service in Boston [10 references]

– service in General Court [7 references]

– urges better communication from congress [1 reference]

– will not publish writings [3 references]

– “much more communicative” than JA [1 reference]