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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | L |  Lovell, James (Mass. member of Congress)

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Descriptive List of Illustrations [Papers of John Adams 13:xv]

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– Letters [23 subentries]

– AA's correspondence with [4 references]

– Adamses on his enigmatic style [2 references]

– JA comments on [1 reference]

– JA on value of letters from [1 reference]

– JA reports on unexpected arrival in Spain [1 reference]

– JA sends Pensées to [1 reference]

– MS map of upper Chesapeake Bay region [7 references]

– Philadelphia residence [1 reference]

– Rivington's animadversions on [1 reference]

– actions of General Court toward termed just by [1 reference]

– actions regarding disputes among Commissioners [1 reference]

– admonished by AA, “You have sometimes given a latitude to your pen which I thought exceptionable and I have ever told you so” [1 reference]

– advises JA on accepting appointment [1 reference]

– agent for AA in Philadelphia in transshipment of goods [32 references]

– and Dumas' status and finances [3 references]

– and JA's accounts [12 references]

– and JA's appointment as commissioner to France [3 references]

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

– and JA's family [1 reference]

– and Samuel Waterhouse [1 reference]

– and Va.'s approval of Arts. of Confederation [1 reference]

– and appointment of JA as peace commissioner [1 reference]

– and charge brought against JA in congress [7 references]

– and return to Boston [3 references]

– and vote to censure Amer. commissioners [1 reference]

– as JA's secretary if Dana declines [4 references]

– as a correspondent [6 references]

– as chair of foreign affairs committee [2 references]

– as disciple of Sterne in letters to AA [5 references]

– as member of Committee for Foreign Affairs [3 references]

– as member of Foreign Affairs Committee [5 references]

– as transmitter and interpreter of congressional intelligence [11 references]

– bitter that “our allies are to rule the roost” [1 reference]

– capture and exchange of [2 references]

– capture and exchange of (1775-1776) [3 references]

– captured by British [3 references]

– characterized by JA [1 reference]

– cipher of [4 references]

– concern over Franco-American commercial treaty as model for Anglo-American commercial treaty [1 reference]

– considered for foreign appointment [2 references]

– corr. with JA [5 references]

– correspondence with AA [6 references]

– correspondence with Franklin [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [17 references]

– criticizes Hancock [1 reference]

– defense of A. Lee [1 reference]

– determination to have JA negotiate Anglo-American treaties [2 references]

– dispute with Dana on powers for peace negotiator [1 reference]

– dissuades JA from making a public defense against Izard's charge [4 references]

– elected a Mass. delegate to Continental Congress (1776) [1 reference]

– encourages AA's approval of JA's appointment [1 reference]

– extract from letter [1 reference]

– flattery in correspondence with AA [3 references]

– helps Thaxter obtain clerical post [1 reference]

– holds JA “indelicately handled” by congress, and actions limiting his powers “ill-judged” [2 references]

– identified [1 reference]

– illness [3 references]

– illness of [5 references]

– imprisonment in Boston [6 references]

– in Affaires de I'Angleterre [1 reference]

– in Continental Congress [5 references]

– in JA's financial accounts [1 reference]

– in congress [12 references]

– in prisoner of war exchange [1 reference]

– informs JA of mission to Netherlands [1 reference]

– injured by fall [4 references]

– intended to forward letter from Greene to JA [1 reference]

– interception and publication of letters of [15 references]

– journey to Continental Congress (1777) [1 reference]

– leaves Congress [2 references]

– letter from AA listed (1781) [1 reference]

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

– letter to AA listed (1782) [1 reference]

– letter to JA listed (1779) [1 reference]

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

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

– letter to James Warren [1 reference]

– letter to, from Franklin on Deane [1 reference]

– letter to, from JA on diplomacy [1 reference]

– letters from AA listed (1780) [2 references]

– letters of, relished by AA as entertaining, “agreable,” “peculiarly pleasing,” and witty [6 references]

– letters to AA listed (1778) [1 reference]

– letters to AA listed (1779) [1 reference]

– letters to AA listed (1780) [2 references]

– letters to AA listed (1781) [1 reference]

– member of Foreign Affairs Committee [1 reference]

– mentioned [53 references]

– named Naval Officer for Port of Boston [2 references]

– on Amer. aristocracy [1 reference]

– on Arts. of Confederation [1 reference]

– on British evacuation of Phila. [2 references]

– on Congress' issue of bills of exchange [2 references]

– on Congress' revocation of JA's 1779 commissions [1 reference]

– on Dana as JA's secretary [1 reference]

– on Deane [3 references]

– on Dumas' correspondence [2 references]

– on F. Dana [2 references]

– on Gérard's departure from U.S. [1 reference]

– on J. Laurens declining appointment as Franklin's secretary [1 reference]

– on JA [3 references]

– on JA and Mass. constitution [1 reference]

– on JA's analysis of European political situation [2 references]

– on JA's election to negotiate Anglo-American treaties [3 references]

– on JA's recovery from Izard's charge [1 reference]

– on JA's standing in the congress [3 references]

– on Mathews' resolution to congress [1 reference]

– on North-South division over fisheries [2 references]

– on Silas Deane [4 references]

– on Spain's truce proposal [2 references]

– on Spanish mediation and formulation of peace ultimata [6 references]

– on command of Alliance [1 reference]

– on commissions for and funding of JA's mission [2 references]

– on committee for foreign affairs [1 reference]

– on compensation for Dumas [1 reference]

– on congress' consideration of foreign affairs [1 reference]

– on congressional action regarding JA's corr. with Vergennes [1 reference]

– on currency exchange rates [1 reference]

– on depreciation of paper money [1 reference]

– on desire for treaty with Spain to vindicate A. Lee [1 reference]

– on efforts in congress to bring down A. Lee. [3 references]

– on election of minister to Spain [5 references]

– on lack of letters from Commissioners [2 references]

– on military news from the south [2 references]

– on military officers and men [5 references]

– on mutiny of Penn. Line [2 references]

– on naming secretary for foreign affairs [1 reference]

– on need for A. Lee to be informed of Jay's appointment [2 references]

– on nominations of ministers' secretaries [1 reference]

– on peace prospects and alliances [4 references]

– on public attitude toward Deane's address [1 reference]

– on readiness of Britain to make peace [2 references]

– on rumored Anglo-French division of fisheries [1 reference]

– on salaries of ministers and secretaries [4 references]

– on supplies and finance [2 references]

– on supplies from France [2 references]

– on the navy [1 reference]

– on theft of dispatches [2 references]

– opposes expedition to Canada [1 reference]

– opposition to Hancock [1 reference]

– prisoner of British in Boston and Halifax [8 references]

– prisoner of war exchange for [5 references]

– rebuts charges of imprudence and immorality [7 references]

– receives copies of JA's correspondence with Vergennes on A. Lee [5 references]

– receives goods for AA [1 reference]

– regrets use of hieroglyphic [1 reference]

– return to Mass. hindered by indebtedness, want of money and employment [5 references]

– return to Massachusetts advised [3 references]

– saw future prospects dependent on JA's position [1 reference]

– seconds motion to prohibit congressmen from being elected to any salaried office [2 references]

– seeks author of letter critical of JA [3 references]

– sends JA's property to AA [2 references]

– sends congressional Journals to JA [1 reference]

– sends dispatches for France to JA [1 reference]

– sends goods, newspapers, and bills of exchange to AA [5 references]

– sends newspapers to JA [2 references]

– service in Congress [3 references]

– successive appointments after leaving Congress [3 references]

– threat to nominate A. Lee to negotiate Anglo-American treaties [2 references]

– to send Articles of Confederation to Dana [1 reference]

– tone employed in AA's letters to [2 references]

– wants JA to be independent of Franklin's control [1 reference]

See Also

See also Lovell cipher

See also Codes and ciphers

See also Continental Congress—Foreign Affairs Committee