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Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:372]

Jacques Le Maire to John Adams: A Translation, 10 November 1778 [Papers of John Adams 7:203]+

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Notes on the State of Virginia [8 references]

Rights of British America [1 reference]

– AA asks JQA to write to [1 reference]

– AA buys shirts and other goods for [8 references]

– AA calls “one of the choice ones of the Earth” [1 reference]

– AA compliments [3 references]

– AA informs about Capt. Henry Stanhope [1 reference]

– AA on [1 reference]

– AA purchases goods for [3 references]

– AA relates political news to [2 references]

– AA sends newspapers to [1 reference]

– Burrill Carnes carries letters for [1 reference]

– Charles Storer sends books to [1 reference]

– David Frank addresses letter to [1 reference]

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

– Dr. Rush brings about reconciliation between JA and [1 reference]

– JA on [1 reference]

– JA on administration of [1 reference]

– JA on his authorship of Declaration of Independence [1 reference]

– JQA bids farewell to [1 reference]

– JQA met John Bowdoin at home of [1 reference]

– JQA visits [11 references]

– JQA's admiration for [3 references]

– James Duane on [1 reference]

– Letters [11 subentries]

– Mr. Voss delivers correspondence for [1 reference]

– Philip Mazzei and [6 references]

– Richard Cranch on [1 reference]

– WSS visits [2 references]

– admires Ossian [1 reference]

– and 2d joint Amer. commission (“Peace Commission”) [3 references]

– and Bancroft [1 reference]

– and Byrne the barber [1 reference]

– and Charles Williamos [2 references]

– and Francisco dal Verme [1 reference]

– and JA's wine order [6 references]

– and JQA [1 reference]

– and Monticello [1 reference]

– and Pierre Dessin [1 reference]

– and U.S.-French consular convention (1788) [1 reference]

– and Viney's bent-timber wheels [1 reference]

– and William Langborn [1 reference]

– and death of daughter [1 reference]

– and demands of Court etiquette [2 references]

– and language of Declaration of Independence [2 references]

– and negotiation of U.S. commercial treaties [8 references]

– and negotiation of U.S. treaties with Barbary States [4 references]

– and negotiations with Barbary states [10 references]

– and news of JA's appointment as minister to Great Britain [2 references]

– and the National Gazette [1 reference]

– appointed consul to France [1 reference]

– appointed joint commissioner to treat for peace [3 references]

– appointed minister plenipotentiary at Paris [1 reference]

– appointed to negotiate commercial treaties (1784) [1 reference]

– appointment as joint peace commissioner [3 references]

– arranges for Houdon's life insurance [4 references]

– as autobiographer [1 reference]

– as commissioner to negotiate commercial treaties [9 references]

– as joint commissioner for mediation and peace [4 references]

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

– as minister to France [2 references]

– at British Museum [1 reference]

– attends French comedy [1 reference]

– bill for religious liberty [1 reference]

– buys “Godships” and other goods for AA [8 references]

– chairman of committee to report on Sullivan's resignation [1 reference]

– comments on Ezra Stiles [2 references]

– commissioned Minister to France [1 reference]

– commissioner to negotiate commercial treaties [1 reference]

– commissions JA portrait [1 reference]

– compares French and Brit. people [1 reference]

– complains about lack of intelligence from Congress [1 reference]

– correspondence with AA [7 references]

– correspondence with AA2 [1 reference]

– correspondence with AA2 and WSS [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [10 references]

– correspondence with John Brown Cutting [1 reference]

– correspondence with John Jay [2 references]

– correspondence with John Trumbull [1 reference]

– correspondence with Maria Cosway [1 reference]

– correspondence with Mazzei [5 references]

– correspondence with WSS [4 references]

– declines election as joint commissioner to France (1776) [1 reference]

– denounces Plato [1 reference]

– describes an axis in peritrochio [1 reference]

– dines with Adamses [3 references]

– dines with Adamses at Paradises [1 reference]

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

– drafts Declaration of Independence [6 references]

– drafts Declaration of the Causes of Taking up Arms [1 reference]

– drafts appeal to foreign officers [1 reference]

– elected President [2 references]

– elected Vice-President [2 references]

– election to Amer. Philosophical Soc. [1 reference]

– employs former Adams family servant [1 reference]

– exchanges portraits with JA [2 references]

– falling out with Charles Williamos [1 reference]

– first and sole visit to London [2 references]

– friendship with AA [1 reference]

– health of [2 references]

– ill health [7 references]

– in Continental Congress [13 references]

– introduces Anne Mangeot de Corny to AA [1 reference]

– introduces Chevalier Dolomieu to JA [1 reference]

– invites John Trumbull to Paris [3 references]

– joint commissioner to negotiate commercial treaties [6 references]

– joint mission to Barbary Powers [2 references]

– journey to France [10 references]

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

– letters in Adams Family Correspondence [1 reference]

– loves the French people [1 reference]

– meets B. West [1 reference]

– member of committe for foreign affairs [2 references]

– mentioned [29 references]

– moves to new residence [4 references]

– needed in congress [1 reference]

– negotiates treaty with Portugal [4 references]

– no implied powers over trade [1 reference]

– notes of debates on Articles of Confederation [1 reference]

– notes of, on congressional debates [2 references]

– on Anglo-French commerical treaty [1 reference]

– on British criticism of JA [2 references]

– on Charles James Fox [1 reference]

– on F. Coffyn [1 reference]

– on French language [1 reference]

– on French politics [2 references]

– on George III [1 reference]

– on JA's support for resolution on independence [1 reference]

– on Prince of Wales [1 reference]

– on Shays' Rebellion [3 references]

– on The Cedars affair [1 reference]

– on U.S. victory at King’s Mountain [2 references]

– on censorship of newspapers [2 references]

– on committee with JA [1 reference]

– on committee “on Spies” [1 reference]

– on committees with JA [9 references]

– on construction in Paris [1 reference]

– on dangers of being young in Europe [1 reference]

– on fatal ballooning accident [2 references]

– on recovery from defeat at Camden [2 references]

– on voting in congress [1 reference]

– plan to accompany AA to Europe [2 references]

– pleasure in abbés Arnoux and Chalut [1 reference]

– portraits of [2 references]

– praises AA and AA2 [2 references]

– praises Thomas Whately's book [1 reference]

– proclamation prohibiting parole [1 reference]

– promotes sale of Amer. whale oil [1 reference]

– proposed design for Great Seal of U.S. [2 references]

– proposed trip to London [2 references]

– purchases corsets for AA2 [3 references]

– purchases goods for AA [7 references]

– refers to states as colonies [2 references]

– reimburses Adamses of expenditures [2 references]

– relationship with JA [4 references]

– report on Lusanna case [1 reference]

– rumored capture of [2 references]

– said to approve of Wythe's law school [1 reference]

– salary and finances [5 references]

– says English kitchens, not churches, need reformation [2 references]

– secy. of plans to return to U.S. [1 reference]

– seeks safe conveyance for mail [2 references]

– sends JA arrêts of Louis XVI prohibiting British manufactures [1 reference]

– sends whale oil samples to U.S. [1 reference]

– signs Prussian-Amer. Treaty of Amity and Commerce (1785) [1 reference]

– signs U.S. treaty with Morocco [3 references]

– signs treaty of amity and commerce with Prussia [2 references]

– suggests loan from Tuscany [1 reference]

– talks with JQA about Va. [1 reference]

– to negotiate treaties of amity and commerce [1 reference]

– tours English countryside with JA [11 references]

– travels of [4 references]

– treaty negotiations with Portugal [1 reference]

– use of cipher [1 reference]

– use of “Anglomany” [1 reference]

– uses cipher in correspondence with JA [3 references]

– visits Adamses in Auteuil [4 references]

– visits London and Adamses [11 references]

– wishes to join circle of literati [1 reference]

– with JA at Amsterdam [1 reference]

– works with JA and Franklin at Passy [4 references]

– writes account of the Stanhope affair [2 references]

– “I like a little rebellion now and then. It is like a storm in the Atmosphere” [1 reference]

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)