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References

Introduction [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:18]

From William Tudor, 21 August 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:133]+

Editorial Note [Papers of John Adams 2:149]

John Adams’ Service in the Continental Congress [Papers of John Adams 5:10]

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– Campo appointed to negotiate with [3 references]

– Carmichael elected secretary to [4 references]

– Congress appoints to negotiate commercial treaties [8 references]

– Congress draws bills of exchange on [7 references]

– Digges insinuates willingness to negotiate separate peace [1 reference]

– Fitzherbert's commission and [1 reference]

– French inability to control peace negotiations of [1 reference]

– Gerry hopes to keep in Europe to negotiate [2 references]

– JA advises [3 references]

– JA characterizes [2 references]

– JA concerned over delay in arrival of [3 references]

– JA consults [1 reference]

– JA informs of commission and instructions to conclude tripartite alliance [1 reference]

– JA introduces La Luzerne and Barbé-Marbois to [1 reference]

– JA on [8 references]

– JA on appointment as minister [1 reference]

– JA on prospects for mission of [4 references]

– JA praises [3 references]

– JA recommends Barclay to [1 reference]

– JA recommends for minister to Great Britain [1 reference]

– JA sends copies of Fitzherbert's commission and Dutch peace instructions to [3 references]

– JA suggests sending correspondence through Spanish ports [1 reference]

– JA supplied with information on peace negotiations by [9 references]

– Jenings as intermediary between JA and [2 references]

– Laurens on [1 reference]

– Letters [6 subentries]

– Livingston dispatch to JA held by [4 references]

– N.Y. delegate in Continental Congress [2 references]

– N.Y. residence and office of [1 reference]

– New York member of Congress [1 reference]

– Oswald's commissions and [6 references]

– Patrick Henry on [1 reference]

– R. H. Lee on replacement of A. Lee by [2 references]

– Ridley on [3 references]

– Spain’s treatment of [1 reference]

– Staphorsts write to criticizing JA’s efforts to raise Dutch loan [2 references]

– and 2d joint Amer. commission (“Peace Commission”) [5 references]

– and Aranda [3 references]

– and Carmichael [1 reference]

– and Dalrymple negotiations [6 references]

– and Dutch loans [2 references]

– and Gates-Schuyler rivalry [1 reference]

– and Gérard [1 reference]

– and Hartley [1 reference]

– and Hussey [3 references]

– and Hussey-Cumberland mission [2 references]

– and JA's recall [2 references]

– and JQA [2 references]

– and Lafayette [2 references]

– and N.Y. constitutional convention [1 reference]

– and Oswald [5 references]

– and Oswald's commission [6 references]

– and Presidential election of 1800 [1 reference]

– and Spanish accession to Franco-Amer. alliance [2 references]

– and Spanish offer to guarantee Amer. loan [2 references]

– and Spanish-American treaty [7 references]

– and Vergennes [1 reference]

– and W. T. Franklin [3 references]

– and admission of new states [2 references]

– and bills of exchange [5 references]

– and compensation of loyalists [2 references]

– and preliminary articles [5 references]

– and repeal of state acts impeding payment to British creditors [1 reference]

– and vote of N.Y. delegation on new ministers [1 reference]

– appointed U.S. minister for foreign affairs [1 reference]

– appointed minister to Spain [11 references]

– appointed peace commissioner [3 references]

– appointment of secy. to peace commission and [4 references]

– arrives at Cadiz [2 references]

– arrives at Paris [5 references]

– as joint commissioner for mediation and peace [5 references]

– as joint commissioner to negotiate Anglo-Amer. peace [12 references]

– as president of Continental Congress [1 reference]

– as president of the congress [2 references]

– as secretary for foreign affairs [8 references]

– as “Farmer Jay” [3 references]

– asks JA to come to Paris [1 reference]

– bills of exchange drawn on [3 references]

– called to Paris for peace negotiations [7 references]

– code name [2 references]

– commission to negotiate with Barbary States [1 reference]

– commissions and titles [1 reference]

– compensation for [2 references]

– correspondence with Congress [2 references]

– correspondence with David Humphreys [1 reference]

– correspondence with Franklin [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [35 references]

– correspondence with Jefferson [2 references]

– correspondence with Lafayette [1 reference]

– correspondence with Livingston [2 references]

– disapproves of the Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– distrust of Carmichael [2 references]

– efforts to achieve Spanish recognition [12 references]

– elected minister to Spain [6 references]

– elected to Amer. Philosophical Soc. [3 references]

– falsely reported to have returned to America [2 references]

– finances of [2 references]

– general peace conference and [2 references]

– health of [3 references]

– in Continental Congress [21 references]

– in London [1 reference]

– in Normandy [1 reference]

– instructions for [2 references]

– instructions regarding Portugal [1 reference]

– joint commissioner at Paris [7 references]

– letter to Dana [1 reference]

– letter to Dana quoted [2 references]

– letters opened in Spain [1 reference]

– letters to JA listed (1782) [1 reference]

– meeting with JA to discuss peace negotiations proposed [8 references]

– meets JQA [1 reference]

– memoir on peace negotiations [3 references]

– mentioned [71 references]

– mission to Spain [3 references]

– negotiations with Floridablanca [3 references]

– newspapers print lies about [1 reference]

– nominated as minister to Spain [1 reference]

– nominated as minister to negotiate Anglo-American treaties [1 reference]

– on Brit. government and peace negotiations [5 references]

– on Dutch recognition of U.S. [2 references]

– on Fox-North coalition [1 reference]

– on French troops in Amer. [1 reference]

– on JA's prestige in Congress [1 reference]

– on JA's work in the Netherlands [1 reference]

– on Lovell’s defense of A. Lee [1 reference]

– on Shays' Rebellion [1 reference]

– on Spanish operations against Gibraltar and Minorca [1 reference]

– on armies as best negotiators [1 reference]

– on balance of power between France and England [1 reference]

– on committees with JA [5 references]

– on differences between JA and Franklin [1 reference]

– on diplomacy [1 reference]

– on lack of letters from U.S. [2 references]

– on looting by British troops [1 reference]

– on military operations in America [1 reference]

– on proposed tripartite or quadruple alliance [3 references]

– on prospects for peace [1 reference]

– on situation in Netherlands [1 reference]

– on the French people [1 reference]

– participates in peace negotiations [4 references]

– peace instructions and [3 references]

– personality and character [2 references]

– progress of negotiations with Spain [5 references]

– prospects for obtaining loans from Spain [4 references]

– protests Stanhope's behavior to Great Britain [1 reference]

– receives newspapers from Livingston [1 reference]

– reception in Spain [3 references]

– recognizes need for cipher in communications [1 reference]

– relationship with Franklin in peace negotiations [2 references]

– reportedly favors life terms for executives [1 reference]

– reports to, from commission to negotiate commercial treaties [1 reference]

– residence in Paris [3 references]

– returns to America [8 references]

– rides with JA [1 reference]

– sails for Europe [6 references]

– seeks cipher for correspondence with JA [1 reference]

– sends John Lamb with commissions for negotiations with Barbary states [3 references]

– submits Prussian-Amer. treaty to Congress [1 reference]

– succeeded by Jefferson [2 references]

– supports independence [1 reference]

– urges Congress to name JA minister to Great Britain [4 references]

See Also

See also Commissioners at Paris (1st joint commission)

See also Commissioners at Paris (2d joint commission)

See also Commissioners at Paris (3d joint commission)

See also Jay Treaty of 1794