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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 | L |  Laurens, Henry (of S.C.)

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Mr. Laurens's True State of the Case [3 references]

Proceedings of the Court of Vice-Admiralty in Charles-Town, South-Carolina [3 references]

– British ill treatment of [1 reference]

– British treatment of [16 references]

– Burke offers motion in Parliament on behalf of [1 reference]

– Cornwallis to be exchanged for [5 references]

– D. Hartley discusses peace negotiations with [1 reference]

– Digges' accounts of captivity in Gazette de Leyde [5 references]

– Dumas expresses sympathy for [1 reference]

– Franklin on capture of [1 reference]

– Franklin wishes was at Paris for peace negotiations [1 reference]

– Franklin's concern for delayed arrival of [1 reference]

– JA accepts bills drawn on [3 references]

– JA acts in place of [4 references]

– JA appointed to raise loan in place of [2 references]

– JA characterizes [5 references]

– JA inquires about commission as minister [1 reference]

– JA on [3 references]

– JA on personality and character of [2 references]

– JA on prospects of [1 reference]

– JA on resignation of [1 reference]

– JA on working with [2 references]

– JA proposes resigning as peace commissioner in favor of [2 references]

– JA sends commissions to [5 references]

– JA suggests as minister to the Netherlands [1 reference]

– JA urges appointment of, as Dutch minister [1 reference]

– Jenings as intermediary between JA and [2 references]

– Jenings on [1 reference]

– Letters [6 subentries]

– London residence [1 reference]

– M. Laurens seeks assistance for [5 references]

– Oswald and [2 references]

– Paris residence [2 references]

– S.C. delegate in Continental Congress [3 references]

– agrees with JA's views on peace negotiations [1 reference]

– alleged to return to England with peace agreement [1 reference]

– and 2d joint Amer. commission (“Peace Commission”) [4 references]

– and Deane-Lee controversy [1 reference]

– and Digges' meeting with JA regarding peace negotiations [4 references]

– and Dumas [4 references]

– and JA [2 references]

– and JA's appointment as joint commissioner (1777) [2 references]

– and JA's first commission (1777) [3 references]

– and JA's mission to France [2 references]

– and Rockingham ministry's efforts toward peace negotiations [6 references]

– and Rush-Shippen dispute [1 reference]

– and appointment of W. T. Franklin [1 reference]

– and compensation for Dumas [1 reference]

– and election of diplomatic representatives [3 references]

– and mission to negotiate loan with the Netherlands [5 references]

– and preliminary articles [4 references]

– and projets presented to Hartley [1 reference]

– and the fisheries question [2 references]

– and unauthorized Lee-Neufville Treaty [1 reference]

– and “third set” of provisional articles [1 reference]

– anonymous letters and [11 references]

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

– appointed joint peace commissioner [3 references]

– appointed peace commissioner [3 references]

– appointed to raise loan in Netherlands [5 references]

– appointment of secy. to peace commission and [2 references]

– as Amer. commissioner [3 references]

– as President of Congress [1 reference]

– as joint commissioner to negotiate Anglo-Amer. peace [16 references]

– as minister to Netherlands [3 references]

– as president of congress [15 references]

– assists Amer. prisoners [1 reference]

– at Ostend [1 reference]

– attempts to resign as joint peace commissioner [14 references]

– believes Jenings wrote anonymous letters [6 references]

– bills of exchange drawn on [43 references]

– captivity of [7 references]

– captivity termed illegal [1 reference]

– captivity, treatment, and release of [24 references]

– capture and imprisonment of [5 references]

– capture at sea [1 reference]

– capture of [15 references]

– capture of and JA's commission to conclude Dutch-American treaty [4 references]

– capture of and collapse of Amer. credit in Netherlands [2 references]

– captured and imprisoned by British [7 references]

– captured by British [2 references]

– captured letters of [1 reference]

– captured papers of [18 references]

– carries letter to Jenings [1 reference]

– code name [1 reference]

– commission as minister to the Netherlands [4 references]

– commission to raise Dutch loan [4 references]

– commission to the Netherlands [1 reference]

– commissioned to raise Dutch Joan [8 references]

– commissions to Netherlands (1779) [3 references]

– commissions to Netherlands superseded by JA's [3 references]

– congressional allotment for secretary obtained [2 references]

– correspondence in prison [4 references]

– correspondence with Bridgen [2 references]

– correspondence with Franklin [5 references]

– correspondence with JA [11 references]

– correspondence with Jenings [14 references]

– correspondence with Livingston [1 reference]

– correspondence with Valltravers [4 references]

– criticized for supporting fisheries [3 references]

– death of son John and [1 reference]

– declares allegiance to U.S. [2 references]

– delayed departure for Netherlands [2 references]

– dispute with Jenings [1 reference]

– elected to Congress [3 references]

– entreats JA to accept appointment to negotiate Anglo-American treaties [1 reference]

– expected arrival in Europe [5 references]

– goes to London [3 references]

– goes to Nantes [5 references]

– goes to Paris for peace negotiations [8 references]

– goes to south of France [6 references]

– has leave to return to America [3 references]

– health of [13 references]

– imprisonment in Tower of London [8 references]

– in Bath, England [1 reference]

– in British cartoon [2 references]

– in congress [3 references]

– joint commission and instructions for mediation and peace [1 reference]

– letter from JA listed (1777) [1 reference]

– letter from JA listed (1778) [1 reference]

– letter on surrender of Charleston in Gazette de France [4 references]

– letter to JA listed (1777) [1 reference]

– letters written at Newfoundland [2 references]

– meets with JA about negotiations [14 references]

– meets with JA about peace negotiations [8 references]

– meets with Jenings [3 references]

– mentioned [41 references]

– need for, in Netherlands [10 references]

– needs financial assistance [9 references]

– nominates JA minister plenipotentiary [1 reference]

– on Brit. recognition of U.S. [3 references]

– on Fitzherbert's commission [1 reference]

– on Franco-Amer. alliance [5 references]

– on George III's policy toward peace negotiations [1 reference]

– on JA [2 references]

– on JA's power to negotiate Anglo-Amer. peace [1 reference]

– on Rockingham ministry [1 reference]

– on Shelburne [2 references]

– on Valltravers [1 reference]

– on commercial views of Fox [1 reference]

– on conduct of peace negotiations [2 references]

– on failure of Gillon's mission [1 reference]

– on ineffectiveness of congressional action [1 reference]

– on naval architecture [1 reference]

– on retirement from public service [1 reference]

– on the military situation [1 reference]

– on “supernumerary Clerks” [1 reference]

– parliamentary opposition forces change in treatment of [1 reference]

– peace proposals attributed to Shelburne and [3 references]

– plans to return to America [11 references]

– portrait of [2 references]

– possible exchange of [5 references]

– predilection for foreign officers [1 reference]

– presence in England seen as suspicious [4 references]

– president of Continental Congress [5 references]

– promises to send JA “Extracts and Parallels” [1 reference]

– proposed exchange of [12 references]

– provision for secretary of [2 references]

– publication of papers taken during his capture [6 references]

– quarrel with Jenings [2 references]

– rift with JA [1 reference]

– role of in peace negotiations while on bail [3 references]

– sails for America [3 references]

– seeks Brit. guarantee of safe passage [3 references]

– seeks English loan [1 reference]

– sends message to JA [1 reference]

– son of, killed [2 references]

– son's death [4 references]

– suspected bills of exchange taken in capture of [1 reference]

– thankful to Jenings for assistance [1 reference]

– to visit ailing brother [1 reference]

– travels of [4 references]

– visits Plymouth, Eng. [2 references]

– “Narrative” of captivity [3 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 Continental Congress