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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | L |  Lee, Arthur (diplomat, Va. member of Congress)

References

Monday 14th of August 1780. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:55]+

20th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:292]+

23d. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:294]+

Auchmuty’s Opinion and Decree: Court of Vice Admiralty, Boston, 2 March 1773 [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:237]+

From Samuel Adams, 18 December 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:151]

From Edmund Jenings, 2 January 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:170]

From Thomas Digges, 9 April 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:400]+

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– Letters [14 subentries]

– Amer. minister in Spain [3 references]

– Franklin mission to Netherlands (1778) proposed by [2 references]

– French distrust of and controversy with Carmichael [7 references]

– French mission [4 references]

– Gerry on [1 reference]

– Gérard supports Deane against [1 reference]

– Harvard LL.D. [1 reference]

– JA characterizes [5 references]

– JA defends against charges in Deane's address [6 references]

– JA defends in correspondence with Vergennes [13 references]

– JA envies as member of Congress [1 reference]

– JA notes expenditures by [1 reference]

– JA on [4 references]

– JA on Bancroft and [1 reference]

– JA on money supplied to, by Spain [3 references]

– JA's efforts to remain neutral in disputes between Franklin and [7 references]

– JA's testimony to loyalty of [5 references]

– Jay's account of negotiations in Spain [1 reference]

– Livingston as secy. for foreign affairs [2 references]

– Lovell defends reputation of [8 references]

– S. Adams on [1 reference]

– U.S. financial situation [1 reference]

– U.S. military situation [2 references]

– Va. agent in procuring credit for French arms [1 reference]

– Vergennes' reluctance to deal with [2 references]

– accounts as American commissioner [1 reference]

– advises AA whether Congress will accept JA's resignation [6 references]

– allegations against Bancroft [1 reference]

– and 1st joint commission [3 references]

– and Amer. prisoners [1 reference]

– and Berkenout [1 reference]

– and Chaumont [3 references]

– and Congress' conduct of foreign relations [2 references]

– and Dr. J. Smith [2 references]

– and Dutch-American relations [2 references]

– and E. Bancroft [1 reference]

– and Edmund Jenings [3 references]

– and French subsidies and naval assistance [2 references]

– and Gérard [2 references]

– and Hezekiah Ford [1 reference]

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

– and JA's plan for French naval reinforcements [4 references]

– and James Smith [2 references]

– and Jay [1 reference]

– and Jenings' misplaced property [4 references]

– and Landais' command of Alliance [7 references]

– and Lauraguais [1 reference]

– and Le Ray de Chaumont [1 reference]

– and Maillebois [1 reference]

– and Mississippi Co. [2 references]

– and P. F. Dobrée [2 references]

– and Ross [1 reference]

– and S. Sayre [2 references]

– and W. Carmichael [3 references]

– and controversy over appointment of commercial agents [1 reference]

– and dismissal of Jones from command of Alliance [2 references]

– and dispute over command of Alliance [2 references]

– and letterbook of Amer. Commissioners [7 references]

– and memorial on deployment of French fleet to America (1778-1779) [1 reference]

– and payments to Izard and W. Lee [3 references]

– and possible Prussian recognition of U.S. [1 reference]

– and replacement of Simeon Deane's property [2 references]

– and the French people [1 reference]

– appointed commissioner of the Treasury [3 references]

– approves oath of allegiance [1 reference]

– arranges supplies for Virginia [4 references]

– as Amer. Commissioner [3 references]

– as Commissioner to Spain [3 references]

– as Mass. agent in London (1770) [1 reference]

– awaits instructions from congress [2 references]

– career of [1 reference]

– character blackened by Franklin [6 references]

– charges Bancroft is a spy [3 references]

– code name [1 reference]

– comments on [3 references]

– commission to France [1 reference]

– commission to Madrid [2 references]

– commission to Spain [3 references]

– compares U.S. and Rome [1 reference]

– congratulates JA on Dutch recognition [1 reference]

– congress considers charges against [9 references]

– controversy with Franklin and J. P. Jones [8 references]

– controversy with Silas Deane [17 references]

– correspondence with J. Warren [2 references]

– correspondence with JA [5 references]

– correspondence with Shelburne [2 references]

– corresponds with W. Gordon [3 references]

– criticized by W. MacCreery [3 references]

– criticizes Bonhomme Richard expedition [2 references]

– criticizes friends of Franklin at Passy [1 reference]

– death of John Laurens [1 reference]

– dispute over Williams' accounts [5 references]

– dispute with Carmichael [1 reference]

– dispute with Deane [7 references]

– dispute with Franklin and JA over agent for prisoner exchange [3 references]

– dispute with Jonathan Williams over accounts [5 references]

– dispute with W. Hodge over expenditures [3 references]

– distrusted by Vergennes [5 references]

– efforts to recall [6 references]

– elected to Société libre d'émulation [1 reference]

– election and service of [4 references]

– election as Commissioner (1776) [2 references]

– fails to sign Commissioners' letters [3 references]

– favors use of cipher to protect privacy [2 references]

– final act as Commissioner [1 reference]

– friendship with Shelburne [1 reference]

– health of [3 references]

– hope for JA's return to congress [1 reference]

– identified [1 reference]

– ill health [1 reference]

– in Franklin's household in Passy [1 reference]

– in JA's financial accounts [1 reference]

– in disputes with Franklin and Deane [3 references]

– incompatibility with Franklin [1 reference]

– intercepted letter [2 references]

– invited by JA to live at Passy [4 references]

– joint commissioner to France [9 references]

– journal and newspaper contributions [3 references]

– journal of [2 references]

– letter from Franklin to JA and, listed (1778) [1 reference]

– letter from JA listed (1780) [1 reference]

– letter to JA and, listed (1778) [1 reference]

– letter to Samuel Adams quoted [2 references]

– letters by, revealed to the French [1 reference]

– letters from Franklin and JA listed (1778) [2 references]

– letters from JA and, listed (1778) [3 references]

– letters from JA listed (1778) [3 references]

– letters from JA returned to Adams Papers [2 references]

– letters to Franklin and JA listed (1779) [1 reference]

– mentioned [66 references]

– minister to Spain [5 references]

– mission to Prussia [5 references]

– money received [1 reference]

– need for Dutch minister to U.S. [1 reference]

– nominated to be secretary for foreign affairs [2 references]

– on Battle of Camden [1 reference]

– on Bonhomme Richard expedition [2 references]

– on British loan [1 reference]

– on Congress' action regarding Laurens' resignation [1 reference]

– on Franklin and his diplomacy [2 references]

– on French influence [2 references]

– on Gérard's role in Paine's resignation [1 reference]

– on Hancock's election as governor [1 reference]

– on JA's appearance [1 reference]

– on JA's conduct of business [1 reference]

– on JA's correspondence with Congress [1 reference]

– on armed neutrality [1 reference]

– on committee for foreign affairs [1 reference]

– on conduct of Franco-American relations [2 references]

– on deletion of Arts. 11 and 12 of Franco-American commercial treaty [2 references]

– on expenditures of public money [2 references]

– on failure of Franklin and JA to accompany to Versailles [1 reference]

– on future in public service [1 reference]

– on instructions to peace commissioners [2 references]

– on military affairs [1 reference]

– on need for French specie payments [1 reference]

– on prospects for peace [1 reference]

– on theft of Commissioners' dispatches [1 reference]

– opinion of JA [1 reference]

– opposes articles of Franco-American commercial treaty [1 reference]

– opposition to Silas Deane [6 references]

– personality and character [6 references]

– placement of name above JA's in 1778 commission [1 reference]

– portrait of [2 references]

– possibility of JA replacing as Commissioner to Spain [2 references]

– presentation to Louis XVI (1778) [1 reference]

– provisional agent for Mass. in England [2 references]

– record-keeping for the Commissioners [3 references]

– refuses to move to Passy [1 reference]

– refuses to sign Commissioners' letters [3 references]

– relations with Franklin [4 references]

– relationship with Franklin and JA [11 references]

– relationship with JA [2 references]

– replacement of secretary of [2 references]

– replies to Braxton's attack [2 references]

– reports on British intentions [1 reference]

– residence at Chaillot, France [3 references]

– return to America of [5 references]

– returns to America [6 references]

– superceded as Commissioner by election of minister to Spain [8 references]

– supports Gillon's efforts to obtain Indien [1 reference]

– suspects Chaumont of stealing dispatches [1 reference]

– suspects William Carmichael's patriotism [1 reference]

– suspicions on theft of dispatches [2 references]

– tells JA of La Luzerne's appointment [1 reference]

– travels in America [1 reference]

– travels to Virginia [1 reference]

– usefulness impaired [1 reference]

– viewed by Franklin and JA as obstacle in conducting Commissioners' business [3 references]

– visit to AA [2 references]

– visits JA's family and friends [8 references]

– wants Alliance to convoy ships to America [2 references]

– warns Congress that British troops plan to attack Boston (1777) [1 reference]

– without a post [1 reference]

– writes in JA's Letterbook [1 reference]

– “Junius Americanus,” pseudonym of [2 references]

– “Junius Americanus” [1 reference]

– “Memorial for Holland” [6 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)