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[Letters to Three Friends on Studying Law, October–November 1758.] [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:67]

Descriptive List of Illustrations [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:xi]

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– A. Lee on renewal of efforts by [1 reference]

– AA comments on [1 reference]

– AA's comments on [5 references]

– AA's visits to [2 references]

– Addressers of Hutchinson and Gage [9 references]

– Beriah Norton as possible [1 reference]

– British demand western lands for [1 reference]

– British forces fail to support [2 references]

– British lack confidence in [3 references]

– Elizabeth Storer Smith on [1 reference]

– Gen. Howe on [2 references]

– JA desires to know activities in America [1 reference]

– JA obnoxious to [1 reference]

– JA on [9 references]

– JA unable to collect accounts from [1 reference]

– JA unhappy with treaty articles on [1 reference]

– JA urges oaths to exclude them from office [1 reference]

– JA's comments on treatment of [2 references]

– JA's comments on, of Boston [4 references]

– JA's letter to Congress on [1 reference]

– JA's relations with, in London [1 reference]

– John Jeffries as [2 references]

– Johnstone on Amer. strength of [1 reference]

– Lovell on danger of readmitting [1 reference]

– Loyalist Claims Commission [1 reference]

– Mass. act to convict “internal enemies” of U.S. [1 reference]

– Mass. property seized [1 reference]

– Massachusettensis on [1 reference]

– Philadelphia “Associators” wish to punish [1 reference]

– Rush on approval of Dutch recognition by [1 reference]

– Shearjashub Bourne as, No. 58 [8 references]

– Simon Tufts Jr. as [1 reference]

– William Pepperrell as [1 reference]

– York (Maine) “rescinders” [1 reference]

– abortive ambush by [1 reference]

– access of, to the press [1 reference]

– action of Mass. legislature on Congress' recommendation on [2 references]

– aims and attitudes of [6 references]

– and Boston Massacre Trials [5 references]

– and Charleston expedition [4 references]

– and Conciliatory Acts [1 reference]

– and Continental officers [4 references]

– and Franco-American treaties [1 reference]

– and Lord Howe [1 reference]

– and South Carolina militia [1 reference]

– and articles of capitulation at Yorktown [1 reference]

– and counterfeit money [2 references]

– and defense of Phila. [1 reference]

– and killing in No. 59 [2 references]

– and “Hickey plot” [4 references]

– arguments of for parliamentary taxation [1 reference]

– as instigators of Boston riots [4 references]

– as obstacle to peace [4 references]

– as substitutes for mercenaries [1 reference]

– association of [3 references]

– at Battles of Johnstown and Jerseyfield, N.Y. [1 reference]

– at attack on Fort Griswold [1 reference]

– attitude and activities of, in Boston [7 references]

– banished by Mass. act of 1778 [1 reference]

– barbarity of in Asgill case [1 reference]

– bitter towards U.S. [1 reference]

– captured at sea after evacuation of Boston [3 references]

– center of activity in London [1 reference]

– committee appointed by General Court to examine [1 reference]

– committee “to examine the Torys Ladies” suggested [3 references]

– compensation of, in peace negotiations [13 references]

– compromise on question of restoring property to [1 reference]

– confiscated estates of [4 references]

– confiscation of property of [1 reference]

– conflict between Galloway and British commanders over [3 references]

– contribute to American defeat at Danbury, Conn. [1 reference]

– debt owed to as obstacle to Anglo-Amer. commercial treaty [1 reference]

– departure from U.S. of [3 references]

– disillusioned with British policy [2 references]

– efforts to recruit for military service [6 references]

– encouraged by lack of new governments [1 reference]

– estates confiscated [3 references]

– estimated strength in U.S. [8 references]

– evacuated from Wilmington to Charleston [1 reference]

– evacuation from Charleston to East Florida [1 reference]

– exiled to Boston [1 reference]

– fear of return of to U.S. [1 reference]

– feared evasion of Continental Assoc. by [1 reference]

– growth of [1 reference]

– hopes for reconciliation [1 reference]

– ignorant of Amer. character [1 reference]

– in Boston [2 references]

– in Boston after evacuation [2 references]

– in Boston and Phila. [2 references]

– in Braintree [6 references]

– in Del. [1 reference]

– in England [1 reference]

– in London [2 references]

– in London, No. 58 [3 references]

– in Marshfield, Mass. [2 references]

– in Massachusetts [1 reference]

– in N.C. [3 references]

– in N.Y. [4 references]

– in New York City [3 references]

– in New York State [2 references]

– in North Carolina [2 references]

– in Philadelphia [5 references]

– in Sussex County, N.J. [1 reference]

– in Wyoming massacre [1 reference]

– in battle of Oriskany [2 references]

– in evacuation of Charleston, S.C. [1 reference]

– in marauding expeditions [1 reference]

– in path of Burgoyne's army from Canada [1 reference]

– influence and activity of, in N.Y. [11 references]

– influence in England [2 references]

– influence of [2 references]

– influence on Pownall [1 reference]

– issue of claims by [3 references]

– land claims of [8 references]

– measures against in Mass. [4 references]

– mentioned [12 references]

– of Braintree voted “Inimical to the United States” [3 references]

– on Staten Island [1 reference]

– opinion of JA [1 reference]

– owe legal fees to JA [1 reference]

– pamphlets by [5 references]

– pillaging and interception of mail and commercial shipping by land [2 references]

– plight of, in England [2 references]

– propaganda in English newspapers [2 references]

– protection sought by British in peace negotiations [1 reference]

– provisions for, in Anglo-American treaty [6 references]

– provocations by, to hinder peace [1 reference]

– refugees in London [1 reference]

– relations with British [2 references]

– rendered liable to trial in Articles of Capitulation at Yorktown [1 reference]

– reputation of [1 reference]

– return of as aid to U.S. commerce [1 reference]

– role in inflating prices [1 reference]

– rumored to control Mass. General Court [1 reference]

– rumors spread by [3 references]

– satirized [1 reference]

– sea captains become [1 reference]

– seek appointments under Amer. Commissioners [1 reference]

– seek destruction of Boston Committee of Correspondence [1 reference]

– send their children abroad [1 reference]

– sent to New York from Yorktown [2 references]

– spirit in Massachusetts against [3 references]

– to attack frontier settlements [2 references]

– treatment and compensation of as issues for peace treaty [2 references]

– treatment of [4 references]

– treatment of by “Furious Whigs” [1 reference]

– treatment of in Mass. [6 references]

– tribulations at Halifax [1 reference]

– try to undermine Franco-American alliance [1 reference]

– urge British ministry to continue war [1 reference]

– “Hutchinsonian Addressers” [1 reference]

– “they tempt Men and Women into sin, and then reproach them for It” [1 reference]

See Also

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