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References

Cotton Tufts to John Adams, 10 October 1782 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:14]

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 1 September 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:232]

Sunday June the 24th 1781. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:84]+

C. W. F. Dumas to Benjamin Franklin: A Translation, 27 January 1779 [Papers of John Adams 7:384]+

From Edmund Jenings, 15 May 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:64]+

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– Anglo-Dutch War and [2 references]

– Austrian accession to [3 references]

– Brit. recognition of U.S. and [1 reference]

– British call for Dutch exclusion from [1 reference]

– British maritime supremacy and [3 references]

– British opposition to [1 reference]

– British reaction to [14 references]

– British response to Dutch accession to [2 references]

– British reverse policy on [1 reference]

– Congress adheres to principles of [2 references]

– Congress' ordinance on recaptures agrees with principles of [2 references]

– Dana's power to accede to [1 reference]

– Danish accession to [7 references]

– Denmark accedes to [1 reference]

– Dutch accession to [55 references]

– Dutch recognition of U.S. and [1 reference]

– Fox on [1 reference]

– French response to [1 reference]

– Gallitzin's memorial to States General proposing [2 references]

– JA comments on [8 references]

– JA on [2 references]

– JA on ineffectiveness of [2 references]

– JA on its importance for U.S. [2 references]

– JA on need for Dana to communicate mission to ministers of [1 reference]

– JA proposes U.S. admission to [4 references]

– JA proposes embargo against Britain by [1 reference]

– Netherlands accede to [1 reference]

– Portuguese accession to [4 references]

– Prussia accedes to [1 reference]

– Prussia adheres to principles of [1 reference]

– Prussian accession to [5 references]

– Richard Oswald on British policy toward [2 references]

– Russia and [3 references]

– Spanish response to [3 references]

– Sweden accedes to [1 reference]

– Swedish accession to [9 references]

– U.S. accession to and notification to members thereof [26 references]

– U.S. admission to and recognition by as means to bring peace [16 references]

– and Anglo-Dutch war [28 references]

– and Anglo-Russian Treaty of Commerce [1 reference]

– and Preliminary Articles [1 reference]

– and capture of St. Eustatius [1 reference]

– and freedom of navigation [1 reference]

– and origins of Austro-Russian mediation [1 reference]

– and peace negotiations [2 references]

– and prospects for Anglo-Dutch war [8 references]

– and recognition of Amer. independence [9 references]

– and recognition of U.S. [5 references]

– and rumored Anglo-Russian alliance [4 references]

– and stoppage of British Baltic trade [1 reference]

– and the Dutch [1 reference]

– and trade in naval stores [3 references]

– and trade with U.S. [1 reference]

– as a reformation of law of nations [3 references]

– as consequence of Amer. Revolution [1 reference]

– as measure to diminish British power [8 references]

– as protector of neutral rights [1 reference]

– as result of Amer. Revolution [1 reference]

– comments on [4 references]

– conflict between Britain and Russia over [1 reference]

– congress at St. Petersburg on [9 references]

– congressional resolution on [2 references]

– consequences of Anglo-Amer. reconciliation for [1 reference]

– contraband defined by [3 references]

– declaration of [2 references]

– defined [1 reference]

– divisions within [1 reference]

– effect of Dutch recognition of U.S. on [1 reference]

– effect of Laurens' captured papers on Dutch accession to [1 reference]

– effect on Anglo-American peace and reconciliation [4 references]

– effect on law of nations [6 references]

– formation of [4 references]

– free ships make free goods [4 references]

– general peace settlement and [3 references]

– implementation of [4 references]

– importance to U.S. of [4 references]

– listing of contraband by [1 reference]

– mentioned [24 references]

– need for U.S. minister to [4 references]

– policy toward Netherlands [1 reference]

– possibility of Netherlands at war with [1 reference]

– possibility of war with England [7 references]

– proposal to allow prizes to be taken into ports of [1 reference]

– proposal to extend French alliance to members of [6 references]

– proposed Amer. accession [1 reference]

– proposed Russo-Dutch convention on [2 references]

– proposed by Gustavus III [1 reference]

– provisions for stopping and searching vessels [1 reference]

– recognition of U.S. by [13 references]

– relations with Britain [4 references]

– relations with France [2 references]

– relations with Spain [1 reference]

– respected by Continental Congress [1 reference]

– significance of [1 reference]

– text of Declaration [1 reference]

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See also Neutral powers