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“P” (unidentified newspaper pseudonym) [1 reference]

P. D. Sargent & Co. [2 references]

Paca, William (Md. delegate in Continental Congress) [11 references + 2 subentries]

Pache frères & Co. (Paris bankers) [1 reference]

Pacheco, María [2 subentries]

Pacific Ocean (South Sea) [2 references]

Packard, Rev. Asa (of Bridgewater) [5 references]

Packard, Mrs. (wife of Asa) [See redirect]

Packard, Hezekiah (H.C. 1787) [6 subentries]

Packets [3 subentries]

Pacquenot, Paris wine merchant [2 references]

Paddock, Capt. Adino [2 references]

Paddy, William, identified [1 reference]

Padilla, Juan de [2 subentries]

Page, Benjamin (of Groton) [4 references]

Page, Mann, Jr. (Va. delegate in Continental Congress) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Page, Mrs. (wife of Mann Jr.) [2 references]

Paice, Joseph [1 reference]

Paimboeuf, France [12 references]

Paine [1 “see also” entry]

Paine, Abigail [See redirect]

Paine, Anthony [2 references]

Paine, Charles Cushing [1 reference]

Paine, Ephraim (N.Y. member of Congress) [1 reference]

Paine, Eunice (sister of Robert Treat Paine) [5 references + 10 subentries]

Paine, Rev. Joshua (H.C. 1784) [3 subentries]

Paine, Miss (sister of Ned. Paine) [1 reference]

Paine, Moses [1 reference]

Paine, Ned. and Mrs. [1 reference]

Paine, Robert (H.C. 1789) [2 references]

Paine, Robert Treat (Mass. delegate in Continental Congress, justice Mass. Supreme Court) [20 references + 61 subentries]

Paine, Sarah Chandler (wife of Timothy) [2 subentries]

Paine, Thomas [7 references + 23 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Paine, Timothy [2 references + 3 subentries]

Paine, Dr. William [1 reference]

Painshill (Brit. estate) [5 references]

Paint [2 references]

Painter, Capt. (of S.C.) [1 reference]

Paintings [4 references + 46 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Palatinate, The [1 reference]

Palencia, Spain [2 references]

Palfrey, Susan(?) [2 references]

Palfrey, Col. William [23 references + 8 subentries]

Palfry, Warwick, witness, No. 10 [1 reference]

Paliniach(?), Mme. de [1 reference]

Palladian Band [See redirect]

Palladio, Andrea (Italian architect) [2 references]

Palland van Glinthuizen, Baron (president of the States General) [1 reference]

Pallandt, de, of The Hague [1 reference]

Pallas (British frigate) [1 reference]

Pallas (French ship) [6 references]

Pallas (Mass. privateer) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Pallas, ship [1 reference]

Palliser, Vice Adm. Sir Hugh (British) [5 references + 4 subentries]

Palmer (Kingston), Mass. [3 references]

Palmer family (of Germantown and Boston) [3 references + 12 subentries]

Palmer v. Hussey [1 reference]

Palmer v. Noyes, Form XXV [1 reference]

Palmer, Elizabeth (1748-1814, daughter of Gen. Joseph, later wife of Joseph Cranch) [1 reference + 14 subentries]

Palmer, Elizabeth Hunt (wife of Joseph Pearce) [1 reference + 10 subentries]

Palmer, John (of Horsham, England) [4 references]

Palmer, Deacon and Brig. Gen. Joseph (1716-1788, husband of Richard Cranch's sister) [2 references + 63 subentries]

Palmer, Joseph (1758-1779, nephew of Deacon Joseph Palmer) [3 subentries]

Palmer, Joseph Pearse (1750-1797, nephew of the Cranches, father of Royall Tyler's wife) [8 references + 8 subentries]

Palmer, Joseph, plaintiff, Form XXV [1 reference]

Palmer, Mary (1775-1866, daughter of Joseph Pearse, later, wife of Royall Tyler) [1 reference + 5 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Palmer, Mary (1746-1791, niece of the Cranches, often called “Polly”) [10 subentries]

Palmer, Mary Cranch (1720?-1790, wife of Gen. Joseph) [9 references + 5 subentries]

Palmer, Mass. [1 reference]

Palmer, Mass., Scott's tavern [1 reference]

Palmer, Mr., witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

Palmer, Robert R. [1 reference]

Palmer, Sophia (daughter of Elizabeth) [3 subentries]

Palmer, Stephen (H.C. 1789) [1 reference]

Palmer, Thomas [1 reference]

Palmes v. Greenleaf, Form XVI [2 references]

Palmes, Capt. Richard (Continental marines) [13 references + 6 subentries]

Palmier (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Palus (French wine region) [1 reference]

Pamphlets [5 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Pampus (in the Zuider Zee between the Texel and Amsterdam) [2 references]

Pan Courbo, Spain [1 reference]

Panama, Isthmus of [1 reference]

Pancorbo, Spain [4 references]

Pancoucke, Charles Joseph [1 reference]

Panin, Count Nikita Ivanovitch (Russian first minister of the college of foreign affairs) [13 references]

Panther (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Panther (ship), case of [See redirect]

Panton, Henry Gibson [2 subentries]

Panton, William [1 reference]

Pantuckett Falls [See redirect]

Paoli, Gen. Pascal (Corsican) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Paoli, Pasquale [3 references]

Paoli, Penn. [1 reference]

Paper [2 references]

Paper industry, case concerning [1 reference]

Paper money [3 references + 25 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Paraclet, Le (French convent) [2 references]

Paradise, John (Brit. scholar) [6 references + 6 subentries]

Paradise, Lucy (daughter of John) [7 references]

Paradise, Lucy Ludwell (wife of John) [1 reference + 12 subentries]

Paraphrase on the Second Epistle of John, The Roundhead [1 reference]

Parcé, Quebec [1 reference]

Pardon [2 subentries]

Paredes de Nava, Spain [4 references]

Paris, France [14 references + 97 subentries + 6 “see also” entries]

Paris (Trojan prince) [1 reference]

Paris, Archbishop of [3 references]

Paris, Matthew, Chronica Majora [3 references]

Paris, Treaty of (1783) [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Paris, University of [1 reference]

Parish & Thomson (Hamburg) [1 reference]

Parish of Aldenham v. Parish of Abbots Langley [1 reference]

Parish, Rev. Elijah (of Byfield) [1 reference]

Parison, “Pondicherry” (aboard the Boston) [6 references]

Park (Parke or Parkes) (“Friend,” of Braintree) [1 reference]

Parke, J., conveys letters between JA and AA [1 reference]

Parke, Lt. Col. John [2 references]

Parke, Mathew [2 references]

Parker v. Taylor [1 reference]

Parker's Ford, Penn. [1 reference]

Parker's General Advertiser and Morning Intelligencer (London) [5 references + 14 subentries]

Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin [1 reference]

Parker, Capt. [1 reference]

Parker, Daniel (Haverhill schoolmaster) [3 references]

Parker, Daniel (Watertown merchant) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Parker, Dr. (of Boston) [3 references]

Parker, Vice Adm. Hyde (British) [7 references]

Parker, Isaac (Chief Justice) [5 references]

Parker, John Jr. (of S.C.) [4 references]

Parker, Jonathan, juror, No. 63 [1 reference]

Parker, Joseph (of London) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Parker, Lt. Col. (Mass.) Moses [2 references]

Parker, Mr. [1 reference]

Parker, Mr. (merchant, of Boston?) [2 references]

Parker, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Penn.) [1 reference]

Parker, Oliver (of Groton) [5 references]

Parker, Adm. Peter (British) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Parker, Capt. Robert (of the Portsmouth) [2 references]

Parker, Rev. Samuel [2 references + 2 subentries]

Parker, Thomas, 1st Earl of Macclesfield (justice and chancellor) [1 reference]

Parker, Capt. Timothy (of the Scourge) [1 reference]

Parker, William (judge, Portsmouth, N.H.) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Parkes (Parks), Ephraim, in No. 29 [2 references]

Parkes, Zachaus, in No. 29 [3 references]

Parkman, Mrs. [1 reference]

Parks, Daniel, in No. 29 [1 reference]

Parks, Deacon [1 reference]

Parks, James, in No. 29 [1 reference]

Parks, Lidia, witness, No. 29 [1 reference]

Parks, Warham (uncle of ABA) [2 references]

Parliament of Paris [1 reference]

Parliament, American [6 subentries]

Parliament, British [4 references + 145 subentries + 4 “see also” entries]

Parliament, Irish [3 references + 5 subentries]

Parliament, Law of [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Parliamentary History [1 reference]

Parliamentary Register (London) [6 references]

Parma, Duke of [See redirect]

Parmentiers, of Paris [1 reference]

Parrott, John, deposition in No. 58 [1 reference]

Parry (Parren), Lt. Col. Caleb [2 references]

Parsons, Elizabeth Greenleaf (wife of Theophilus) [1 reference]

Parsons, John (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Parsons, Rev. Jonathan [1 reference]

Parsons, Moses (?) [2 references]

Parsons, Mr. (brother of Samuel Holden Parsons), murdered in Nova Scotia [1 reference]

Parsons, Mr. (in New Haven, Conn.) [1 reference]

Parsons, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Springfield, Mass.) [1 reference]

Parsons, Mrs. [1 reference]

Parsons, Maj. Gen. Samuel Holden (Mass. member of Congress) [5 references + 35 subentries]

Parsons, Samuel Holden (grandson of Maj. Gen. Samuel) [1 reference]

Parsons, Theophilus (Newburyport lawyer, later Mass. Chief Justice) [12 references + 12 subentries]

Parsons, Theophilus, Jr., quoted [1 reference]

Parsons, Mrs. (wife of William) [1 reference]

Parsons, William (Boston merchant and brother of Theophilus) [2 references]

Parties, misjoinder of [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Partition, action for, pleadings in, No. 16 [1 reference]

Partnership, dissolution of, No. 9 [2 references]

Partridge, Capt., witness, No. 45 [1 reference]

Partridge, Col. Oliver [3 references]

Partridge, George (Mass. member of Congress) [15 references]

Partridge, S., of Boston, petitions Continental Congress [1 reference]

Pascal, Blaise [1 subentry]

Pascal Mr. (of Paris) [1 reference]

Pasch, Mr. (of Sweden) [1 reference]

Paskalos (newspaper pseudonym) [See redirect]

Passamaquoddy Bay, Maine [3 references]

Passamaquoddy, Maine [4 subentries]

Passamaquoddy, N.S. [1 reference]

Passions, art of moving the [6 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Passports [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Passy, France [20 references + 20 subentries]

Passy, Mlle. de [See redirect]

Patapsco (Petapsco) River [4 references]

Patch v. Herrick [4 references]

Patch, John, III, plaintiff, No. 32 [1 reference]

Paterson (Patterson), Col. John [2 subentries]

Paterson, Gen. John (Mass. militia) [5 references]

Paterson, Justice [2 references]

Paterson, Robert, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Paterson (Patterson), William, in U.S. Senate debate [1 reference]

Pathetic, the, in poetry [1 reference]

Patience [2 references]

Patience (Amer. lugger) [1 reference]

Patience (British brigantine) [8 references]

Patrat, Joseph, L'heureuse erreur [1 reference]

Patrick (British deserter) [1 subentry]

Patrick, The Poor Soldier [See redirect]

Patriot (British brigantine) [2 references]

Patriot (Republican) Party, Netherlands [15 subentries]

Patten v. Basen [1 reference]

Patten, Miss (of R.I.) [1 reference]

Patten, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Arundel, Maine) [4 references]

Patten, Rev. William (of Newport, R.I.) [1 reference]

Patterson [1 “see also” entry]

Patterson, John, letter to Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Patterson, Mr., in No. 64 [3 references]

Patterson, Nancy, witness, No. 62 [2 references]

Patterson, William Augustus [1 reference]

Pattison, Maj. Gen. William (British) [1 reference]

Patty (AA's servant or bound girl), illness and death [9 references]

Patty (Penn. privateer brigantine) [2 references]

Patuxent River [1 reference]

Pauillac, France [2 references]

Paul (British merchant ship) [3 references]

Paul Petrovich, Grand Duke (later Paul I, Emperor of Russia) [6 references + 2 subentries]

Paul Pry [See redirect]

Paule, Mr. (Paris tailor) [1 reference]

Pauli, Johann Ulrich (of Hamburg, Germany) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Paulina, wife of Seneca [1 reference]

Pauline (Paulina, Adams servant in Auteuil) [6 subentries]

Paulus Hook (Jersey City), N.J. [6 references]

Paulus, Peter (Dutch immigrant to U.S.) [3 references]

Paulze, M., letter from Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Paupers [3 subentries]

Pawn [2 subentries]

Pawtucket Falls, Mass. [2 references]

Paxton Boys [2 references]

Paxton, Charles [1 reference + 6 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Payment [2 subentries]

Paymount [See redirect]

Payne, Benjamin (of Hartford, Conn.) [2 references]

Payne (Pain, Paine), Edward [2 subentries]

Payne, Edward [1 reference]

Payne, Mrs. (wife of Edward) [1 reference]

Payne, Mr., “a fine tutor for the young ladies” in Boston [1 reference]

Payson, Jonathan [4 references]

Payson, Mr. (of Milton, Mass.) [1 reference]

Payson, Sarah Leavitt White (wife of Jonathan) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Peabody, Col., Lovell transships goods for [2 references]

Peabody, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Peabody, Elizabeth Smith Shaw (wife of Stephen, sister of AA, widow of John Shaw) [1 “see also” entry]

Peabody, Mary Haseltine (wife of Stephen) [1 subentry]

Peabody, Mr. [3 references]

Peabody, Mr. [3 references]

Peabody, Mr. (of Braintree?) [1 reference]

Peabody, Nathaniel (delegate from N.H.) [2 references]

Peabody, Nathaniel Cranch, scrapbook in Mass. Hist. Soc. [1 reference]

Peabody, Oliver (of Exeter, N.H.) [2 references]

Peabody, Sophia [See redirect]

Peabody, Rev. Stephen (of Atkinson, N.H.) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Peace Commissioners [3 See redirects]

“Peace Journal,” JA's [See redirect]

Peace Negotiations [5 subentries]

Peace Negotiations, Anglo-American [127 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Peace Negotiations, Anglo-Dutch [15 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Peace Negotiations, Anglo-French [2 references + 11 subentries]

Peace Negotiations, Anglo-Spanish [10 subentries]

Peace and Plenty (ship) [1 reference]

Peace of Westphalia (1648) [1 reference]

“Peacefield,” JA's residence. [See redirect]

Peacock v. Bell and Kendal [1 reference]

Peacock, Robert, and his destitute family [1 reference]

Peacock, William (midshipman), in No. 56 [12 references]

Peale family, painted by Charles Willson Peale [1 reference]

Peale, Charles Willson (artist) [6 references + 3 subentries]

Peale, Miss [1 reference]

Peale, Rachel Brewer (wife of Charles Willson) [1 subentry]

Peale, Raphaelle, portrait by [2 references]

Pearce, David (H.C. 1786) [1 reference]

Pearl (British frigate) [3 references]

Pearse, Mr. [1 reference]

Pearson, Eliphalet (Harvard professor) [1 reference + 9 subentries]

Pearson, Sarah Bromfield (wife of Eliphalet) [8 references]

Pease, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Enfield, Conn.) [2 references]

Pease, Capt. Paul (of Nantucket, Mass.) [7 references]

Pechigny, Mr. (schoolmaster in Passy) [9 references + 3 subentries]

Pechigny, Mme. [1 reference]

Pêcheurs provençaux, Les (ballet) [2 references]

Peck, Becky [2 subentries]

Peck, Frederick S., collection of MSS [1 reference]

Peck, John [4 references]

Peck, John (Boston shipbuilder) [1 reference]

Peck, Samuel, challenged talesman, No. 64 [1 reference]

Peck, Thomas Handaside, witness, No. 63 [1 reference]

Pecker, Dr. James [2 references]

Peddocks (Pedicks, Petticks, Pettucks, Pettix) Island, Boston Harbor [13 references]

Pedrick, Joseph, deposition, No. 10 [2 references]

Peekskill, N.Y. [10 references]

Peere Williams, W., Reports [1 reference]

Peggy (Amer. merchant ship) [4 references]

Peggy (British ship) [2 references]

Peggy (snow) [1 reference]

Peggy, Amer. schooner [1 reference]

Peipus, Lake, Russia [1 reference]

Peirce [1 “see also” entry]

“Peirce Patent” of 1621 [1 reference]

Peirce, James [1 subentry]

Peirce, Capt. Timothy (of the Gamecock) [1 reference]

Peirson, Maj. Francis (British) [1 reference]

Peking, China [1 reference]

Pelham, Henry, Boston Massacre, engraving [2 references]

Pelham-Holles, Thomas, 1st Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne [1 reference]

Pellerin, Le, France [2 references]

Pellisier, Lt. Col. Christopher [2 references]

Pelopidas, Theban general [1 reference]

Peloponnesian War [2 references]

Pemaquid, Maine [2 references]

Pemberton, Rev. Ebenezer [5 references]

Pemberton, Sir Francis [1 reference]

Pemberton, Israel [4 subentries]

Pemberton, Samuel [2 references + 6 subentries]

Pembroke, Earl of [See redirect]

Pembroke, Mass. [3 references + 2 subentries]

Pemigewasset River, N.H. [2 references]

Penacook, N.H. [1 reference]

Pendleton, Edmund (of Va.) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Pendula, principle of [1 reference]

Penelope (Amer. brigantine, formerly Adventure) [1 reference]

Penet, D'Acosta frères, & Co. [2 subentries]

Penet, F. P. [1 subentry]

Penet, J. Pierre (Nantes merchant) [4 references]

Penet, da Costa Frères & Co. (Nantes mercantile firm) [2 references]

Penfield, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Fairfield, Conn.) [1 reference]

Penhallow and Treadwell v. Brig Lusanna and Cargo [22 references]

Penhallow et al. v. Doane's Administrators [1 reference]

Penhallow et al., Memorial of [3 references]

Penhallow, Jacob, libelant, No. 58 [1 reference]

Penhallow, John, libelant, No. 58 [6 references]

Penn family, of Philadelphia [3 references]

Penn's Hill, Mass. [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Penn, Granville [1 reference]

Penn, John (of N.C.) [8 subentries]

Penn, John (of Penn.) [6 references]

Penn, Lady Juliana Fermor (wife of Thomas) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Penn, Mary Masters (wife of Richard) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Penn Richard (proprietor of Penn.) [16 references + 2 subentries]

Penn, Thomas (proprietor of Penn.) [2 references]

Penn, William (founder of Penn.) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Penniman, James ("Deacon," of Braintree) [10 references]

Penniman, Joseph, Braintree schoolmaster [2 references]

Penniman, Nelly (of Braintree?) [2 references]

Penniman, S., of Braintree [1 reference]

Penniman, Samuel [1 reference]

Penniman, Stephen [1 reference]

Penniman, Capt. Thomas (of Braintree) [3 references]

Penniman, William [1 reference]

Penniman, of Braintree [1 reference]

Pennsylvania [14 references + 87 subentries]

Pennsylvania Evening Post [2 references + 4 subentries]

Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia) [24 references + 3 subentries]

Pennsylvania Germans [2 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Pennsylvania Hospital [See redirect]

Pennsylvania Journal (Philadelphia) [9 references]

Pennsylvania Packet [27 references]

Pennsylvania, University of (formerly College of Philadelphia) [12 references]

Penny Ferry [7 references]

Penny, Capt., of Jamaica Plain, correspondent of James Lovell [2 references]

Pennybacker's Mill [See redirect]

Penobscot Bay, Maine [14 references + 2 subentries]

Penobscot Expedition [7 references]

Penobscot River [5 references]

Penobscot, Maine [3 references]

Pensacola, Fla. [7 references]

Pensions [1 reference]

Penzance, England [1 reference]

Pepperell, Sir William [7 references + 1 subentry]

Pepperellborough, Maine [1 reference]

Pepperrell, Gen. Sir William (1696-1759) [1 reference]

Pequea, Penn. [1 reference]

Perch (Amer. merchant ship) [3 references]

Percy, Hugh [3 references + 2 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Performance [3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista, Serva padrona [1 reference]

Perham, Benoni, American Precedents of Declarations (1802) [1 reference]

Pericles [2 references]

Périer, August Charles (balloon engineer) [1 reference]

Perigueux, France [1 reference]

Peritrochium, defined [1 reference]

Perjury [2 subentries]

Perkins, Deborah (Debby) [5 references]

Perkins, Dr., witness, No. 5 [1 reference]

Perkins, Mrs. (wife of James) [1 reference]

Perkins, James [1 subentry]

Perkins, Mr., dissolute son of James Perkins [1 reference]

Perkins, Dr. Nathaniel [3 references + 4 subentries]

Perkins, Dr. Richard [1 reference]

Perkins, Sally [1 reference]

Perkins, Thomas (of Bridgewater) [1 reference + 11 subentries]

Perkins, Col. Thomas Handasyd (1764-1854) [1 reference]

Perkinson v. Bowman [1 reference]

Perkiomen Creek, Penn. [2 references]

Péronne, France [1 reference]

Perrenot, Antoine, Cardinal Granvelle (advisor to Margaret of Parma) [2 references]

Perrenot, Abraham, Considérations sur l'étude de la jurisprudence [1 reference]

Perry v. Barker [1 reference]

Perry, Maine [1 reference]

Perry, Richard [1 reference]

Persey, Mornay de [1 reference]

Persia [1 reference]

Persian Empire [1 reference]

Personal actions [2 subentries]

Personal injury actions, in Mass. [1 reference]

Perth Amboy, N.J. [15 references]

Pertois, Marie Anne (of France) [1 reference]

Peru [6 references]

Perugia, Italy [1 reference]

“Peruvian Letters” [See redirect]

Peruvian bark (quinine) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Pestel, Frederik Willem (professor at Leyden) [2 references + 5 subentries]

Petapsco River [See redirect]

Peter (Adams servant) [1 reference]

Peter (British privateer) [1 reference]

Peter I (the Great), Emperor of Russia [12 references]

Peter II, Emperor of Russia [2 references]

Peter II, King of Portugal [1 reference]

Peter III, Emperor of Russia [2 references]

Peterborough, Bishop of [See redirect]

Peterhoff, Russia [3 references]

Peters, Rev. Hugh [3 references]

Peters, Richard (Penn. member of Congress) [9 references + 1 subentry]

Peters, Rev. Samuel (Conn. loyalist) [1 reference]

Peters, Sarah Robinson (wife of Richard) [3 references]

Peters, William (Phila. judge, father of Richard) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Petersburg, Va. [1 reference]

Petersburg, Va., Battle of [2 references]

Petersham, Mass. [4 references]

Peterson, in the Netherlands [1 reference]

Petit (Pettit), Adrian (Adrien) [2 subentries]

Petition from Braintree troops (1758) [2 references]

Petition of Right (1628) [2 references]

Petition to the King (“Olive Branch,” 1775) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Petrarch [2 references]

Petre, Lord, of Kingsbridge, England [2 references]

Petre, Robert Edward, 9th baron [2 references]

Petrie, Samuel (member of Franklin's circle at Passy) [3 references]

Petry, Jean (John) Baptiste (secretary of the Comte de Chastellux) [6 references + 3 subentries]

Pets [1 reference]

Pettee (Pitty), of Braintree [1 reference]

Petticks Island [See redirect]

Pettit, Charles (of N.J.) [1 reference]

Petty, John, in Form XXIV [2 references]

Petty, Sir William, 2d Earl of Shelburne and 1st Marquis of Lansdowne [10 references + 37 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Petty-grew, William (physician), witness, No. 56 [1 reference]

Pettyfoggers, JA's campaign against [2 references]

Petuckaway Mill, Exeter, N.H. [1 reference]

Pew, Jonathan, in No. 44 [2 references]

Peyre, Marie Joseph (royal architect) [3 references]

Peyron, Claës Bartholomeus von (Swedish consul in St. Petersburg) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Peyron, Magdalena van Brienen (wife of Claës Bartholomeus von) [6 references]

Peyton, V. J., Elémens de la langue angloise [2 references]

Pezerat, M. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Phaedrus (Roman fabulist) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Phaine, Penet & Co. (Nantes merchants) [1 reference]

Phanix (Spanish ship of the line) [1 reference]

Pharaoh [2 subentries]

Pharsalus, Plains of [4 references]

Phebe [See redirect]

Phelizburg (French ship of the line?) [1 reference]

Phelps, Charles [3 references + 7 subentries]

Phelps, Charles, Jr. [1 reference]

Phelps, Henry (H.C. 1788) [1 reference]

Phelps, John (H.C. 1787) [2 subentries]

Phelps, Josiah, witness, No. 41 [1 reference]

Phi Beta Kappa [2 “see also” entries]

Philadelphia [15 references + 107 subentries]

Philadelphia Associators [1 reference]

Philadelphia County, Penn. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Philadelphia Light Horse [6 references]

Philadelphia, College of [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Philalethes [See redirect]

“Philanthrop” articles by Jonathan Sewall [8 references + 2 “see also” entries]

“Phileleutherus” (pseudonym), makes proposals for Mass. Constitution [2 references]

Philidor (Danican, François André), composer, Le sorcier and Les femmes vengées [1 reference]

Philip II, King of Spain [13 references]

Philip V, King of Spain [4 references]

Philip of Macedonia [4 references]

Philippa (British ship) [1 reference]

Philippe Egalité [See redirect]

Philippe, French opera singer [1 reference]

Philippi, Greece, Battle of [2 references]

Philippine Islands [1 reference]

Philips (Phillips), Ambrose (British poet) [1 subentry]

Philips, James [1 reference]

Philips, Jan Caspar (Dutch artist) [1 subentry]

Philips, Maj. Gen. William (British), in Virginia with Arnold [2 references]

Philipse's (now Yonkers), N.Y. [1 reference]

Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. [5 references]

Phillips Foundation [See redirect]

Phillips, Andrew Faneuil [1 reference]

Phillips, Hannah [See redirect]

Phillips, Capt. John [2 references]

Phillips, John (H.C. 1788) [4 subentries]

Phillips, John, Suffolk County justice [2 references]

Phillips, John, in No. 60 [2 references]

Phillips, Miss [2 references]

Phillips, Mr. [1 reference]

Phillips, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Harwinton, Conn.) [1 reference]

Phillips, Samuel, Jr. (of Andover, Mass.) [4 references]

Phillips, Maj. Gen. William (British) [2 references]

Phillips, William (Boston merchant) [10 references + 2 subentries]

Phillipsburg, N.J. [1 reference]

Philmore, Mr. (“Philip More," of Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Philo Mentor (pseudonym) [1 reference]

Philopatria, on reconciliation with Great Britain [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Philosophy [6 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Phinney, Col. Edmund [1 reference]

Phipping, Charles (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Phipps, Constantine John, 2d baron Mulgrave [1 reference]

Phipps, Capt. David, R.N., captured [1 reference]

Phipps, David, defendant, Form XXI [1 reference]

Phipps, Dr., and Braintree inoculation hospital [1 reference]

Phips' Farm [1 reference]

Phips, Col. David, Sheriff, Middlesex co. [2 references + 2 subentries]

Phips, Jedediah (of Sherburne, Mass.) [3 references]

Phocion [1 reference]

Phoebe (Rev. William Smith's slave or “servant”) [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Phoenicia [2 references]

Phoenicians [3 references]

Phoenix (Mass. privateer) [11 references]

Phoenix (British Navy, ship) [3 subentries]

Phoenix (mythical) [1 reference]

Phoenix Bank v. Hussey [1 reference]

Physicians [2 references + 2 subentries]

Physics [3 subentries]

Physiognotrace (artistic device) [1 reference]

Picardy, France [1 reference]

Piccinni, Niccolò [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Pichini [See redirect]

Pickens, Brig. Gen. Andrew [1 reference]

Pickering (Amer. privateer) [1 reference]

Pickering's Reports [1 reference]

Pickering, John (of Mass.) [3 references + 3 subentries]

Pickering, John (of Portsmouth, N.H.) [1 reference]

Pickering, John, Jr. (of Salem, Mass.) [2 references]

Pickering, Capt. Thomas (of the Hampden) [2 subentries]

Pickering, Timothy, the younger (1745-1829) [12 references + 3 subentries]

Pickering, Timothy, the elder, “Deacon” (1703-1778), identified [1 reference]

Pickles, Capt. (of the Mercury) [2 references]

Pickman, Col. Benjamin [3 references]

Pickman, Benjamin, Jr. (of Salem) [2 references + 6 subentries]

Pidgeon, John, student at Princeton College [1 reference]

Pidgeon, of Watertown, Mass. [1 reference]

Piebot, Paris grocer [2 references]

Piemont (Paymount), John [1 reference]

Piemont, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Danvers, Mass.) [2 references]

Pierce v. The Phoenix [1 reference]

Pierce v. Wright, No. 36 [5 references]

Pierce's Island, near Portsmouth, N.H. [1 reference]

Pierce, Anna [See redirect]

Pierce, Benjamin [3 subentries]

Pierce, Deacon Edward, notes as juror, No. 64 [5 references]

Pierce (Peirce), Isaac, witness, No. 63 [2 references]

Pierce, Isaac, witness, No. 6 [1 reference]

Pierce, Gen. John (Continental Army paymaster) [3 references]

Pierce, Jonathan, witness, No. 19 [1 reference]

Pierce, Robert, witness, No. 20 [1 reference]

Pierce (Peirce), Deacon Thomas, plaintiff, No. 36 [1 reference]

Piercy, William (chaplain to Countess of Huntingdon) [1 reference]

Pierpoint, Robert, communication on statue of Catharine Macaulay [1 reference]

Pierpont v. Cutler [3 references]

Pierpont v. Phipps, Form XXI [1 reference]

Pierpont, Joseph, deposition, No. 58 [2 references]

Pierpont, Robert [3 references]

Pierrie, William, landscape by [2 references]

Pierson, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Newark, N.J.) [2 references]

Pig Rock, Quincy Bay [3 references]

Piganiol de La Force, J. A., Nouveau voyage de France [4 references]

Pigeon, John (of Newton Mass.) [2 references]

Pignatelli, Michele, Conte (Sicilian diplomat) [1 reference]

Pignus [See redirect]

Pigot, Adm. Hugh (Brit.) [5 references]

Pigot, Sir Robert [2 references]

Piis, Pierre Antoine Augustin de, and Pierre Yves Barré [2 subentries]

Pikemen [2 references]

Pilaer, Mr. (Antwerp art dealer) [1 reference]

Pilarty, Capt. [1 reference]

Pilâtre de Rozier, Jean François [2 subentries]

Pilgrim (Mass. privateer) [2 references]

Pilgrims [5 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Pilo, Comte de [See redirect]

Pilote Américain [2 references]

Pincaire, Chevalier de (officer on La Sensible) [2 references]

Pinckney, Charles (S.C. member of Congress) [1 reference]

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (of S.C.) [2 references]

Pinckney, Thomas [3 references]

Pine, Robert Edge [2 references]

Pinelly, M. [1 subentry]

Pinetti, Guiseppe (conjurer) [1 reference]

Pingo, Lewis (engraver) [1 reference]

Pingry v. Thurston, No. 31 [5 references]

Pingry, Asa, plaintiff, No. 31 [1 reference]

Pintard, John (translator) [1 reference]

Pinto de Balsamão, Luiz (Portuguese minister to Britain) [12 references + 1 subentry]

Pinto de Balsamão, Mme. (wife of Luiz) [5 references]

Piozzi, Hester Lynch Salusbury Thrale [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Piper, Rev. Asa (of Wakefield, N.H.) [1 reference]

Piracy [4 subentries]

Pirates [6 references]

Pirkins, William (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Piron, Alexis [2 references + 2 subentries]

Pisa, Italy [2 references]

Piscataqua Harbor [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Piscataqua River [13 references]

Piscataqua River ports, N.H. [1 reference]

Piscataqua, Maine [1 reference]

Piscataway, N.J. [3 references]

Pisistratus [3 references]

Pissot, Mr. (Paris bookseller) [4 references]

Pitcairn, Maj. John (British), death of [4 references]

Pitt (British whaling ship) [1 reference]

Pitt Packet (brig), in No. 56 [5 references]

Pitt v. Russell [1 reference]

Pitt, John (later 2d Earl of Chatham), leaves Canada [1 reference]

Pitt, Thomas, M.P. [2 references]

Pitt, William, the elder (1708-1778), 1st Earl of Chatham [13 references + 15 subentries]

Pitt, William, the younger (1759-1806, Brit. prime minister) [3 references + 13 subentries]

Pitts, Elizabeth Bowdoin (wife of James) [1 reference]

Pitts, James [9 references + 5 subentries]

Pitts, John [4 references + 1 subentry]

Pitts, Lendall (Lindall), defendant, No. 6 [1 reference]

Pittsfield, Mass. [1 reference]

Pittsford, Vt. [1 reference]

Pitty [See redirect]

Pizarro, Francisco [1 reference]

Pizarro, or the Spaniards in Peru [See redirect]

Pjasink (Fjasink, Frasink, Jarink, or Tyarinks), Mr. (Dutch consul at Plymouth, England) [2 subentries]

Place v. Atwood [1 reference]

Place, Elizabeth [1 reference]

Place, Hannah [1 reference]

“Plain Man, A” [See redirect]

Plains of Abraham, Quebec [2 references]

Plaisted, Mr., witness, No. 6 [1 reference]

Plaistow, N.H. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

“Plan of Treaties” [See redirect]

Plancher-Valcour, Philippe Alexandre, A bon vin point d'enseigne [2 references]

Plane, inclined, theory of [1 reference]

Planets [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

“Plantation Certificate” [1 reference]

Plantations, unincorporated, exemption from ministerial tax [1 reference]

Plataea, battle of [1 reference]

Plato [5 references + 8 subentries]

Platt, Abigail Pynchon (wife of Jeremiah) [4 references]

Platt, Ebenezer Smith [2 references + 1 subentry]

Platt, Jeremiah [4 references]

Platt, Mr. and Mrs., in Paris [2 references]

Plautus [4 references]

Playing cards [4 references]

Plea [11 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Plead over [2 subentries]

Pleading [5 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Pleadings Book, JA's [3 subentries]

Pleadings, JA's list of forms of [3 references + 1 subentry]

Pleas in abatement and other nonjury matters [1 reference]

Pledge [See redirect]

Pleurisy [2 references]

Pleydell, J. L., Field Fortification [3 references]

Plimpton, Plimton, Mass. [See redirect]

Pliny the Younger [4 references + 2 subentries]

Pliny the Elder [1 reference]

Ploos van Amstel, Albertus(?) [1 reference]

Ploos van Amstel, Gebrandt [1 reference]

Ploughed Hill [See redirect]

Ploughjogger letters [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Plowden, Edmund [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Pluché, Noël Antoine, Spectacle de la nature [1 reference]

Plumer, William (1759-1850; former U.S. Sen., N.H.) [1 reference]

Plummer, Abel, in No. 31 [1 reference]

Plummer, Daniel [1 reference]

Plummer (Plumer), David, claimant of molasses, No. 47 [1 reference]

Plunket, Dr. [1 reference]

Plutarch [4 references + 2 subentries]

Pluton, Le (French warship) [3 references]

Plutus [2 references]

Plymouth Colony, Mass. [5 references + 5 subentries]

Plymouth Company [3 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Plymouth Council [5 subentries]

Plymouth County, Mass. [10 references + 8 subentries]

Plymouth Rock (“Forefathers Rock”) [2 references]

Plymouth Sound, England [28 references + 6 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Plymouth, Mass. [20 references + 19 subentries]

Plymouth, N.H. [1 reference]

Plympton v. Middleboro, No. 25 [9 references]

Plympton, England [1 reference]

Plympton, Mass. [2 subentries]

Pocket Almanach . . . 1786 [2 references]

Pococke, Richard, Description of the East [2 references]

Podolyn, Mr. [1 reference]

Poetry [13 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Poggi, Anthony (London printer) [1 reference]

Poidras, Capt. (of the Duchesse de Grammont) [1 reference]

Poignestre, Capt. John (of the Hope) [1 reference]

Poillman, Mr. [1 reference]

Point Allerton (Alderton), Nantasket peninsula, Mass. [8 references]

Point Judith, R.I. [4 references]

Point Riche, Newfoundland [2 references + 1 subentry]

Point Shirley, Boston Harbor [9 references]

Point-no-Point, Penn. [See redirect]

Pointe de Lévy, Que. [1 reference]

Pointe du Minden, France [3 references]

Pointsa (Pointea), M. (sculptor) [2 references]

Poisinet, Antoine Alexandre Henri, Le sorcier [1 reference]

Poisson, Philippe [1 subentry]

Poitiers, France [2 references]

Poix, Philippe Louis Marc Antoine de Noailles, Prince de [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Poke, Mrs. (of Maine) [1 reference]

Poland [14 references + 2 subentries]

Polastron, Comte de [1 reference]

Pole (Pool), Reginald, Cardinal [1 reference]

Polignac, Diane de [1 reference]

Polignac, Yolande Martine Gabrielle de Polastron, Duchesse de [2 references]

Polish language [1 reference]

Political Register [2 references]

Politique hollandais (Amsterdam) [13 references + 24 subentries]

Pollard, Benjamin [1 reference]

Pollard, Robert [1 reference]

Pollen [See redirect]

Pollexfen, Sir Henry, Arguments and Reports [1 reference]

Pollio (unidentified correspondent of Betsy Smith) [1 reference]

Pöllnitz, Julius Ludwig August von, Baron de [4 references + 1 subentry]

Pollon, Comte de [1 reference]

Polly (Adams servant) [1 reference]

Polly (British sloop) [2 references]

Polly (S.C. brig) [2 references]

Polly (cartel ship) [4 references]

Polly, Mrs. [1 reference]

Polonius (character in Hamlet) [1 reference]

Poltava, Battle of [1 reference]

Poltava, Ukraine [1 reference]

Polybius (Greek historian) [2 references]

Pomay, François Antoine, Le grand dictionnaire royale [1 reference]

Pombal, Sebastian Joseph de Carvalho e Mello, Marquis of [1 reference]

Pomerania (province of Prussia) [1 reference]

Pomeroy, Maj. Gen. (Mass.) Seth [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Pomeroy, Thaddeus (H.C. 1786) [1 reference]

Pomfret, Conn. [3 references]

Pomfret, Thomas Fermor, 1st earl of [1 reference]

Pomona (British frigate) [1 reference]

Pomona (mythical) [2 references]

Pompadour, Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Mme. de [2 subentries]

Pompey (Roman general) [7 references]

Pompey (free black) [1 reference]

Pomroy, Mr., Northampton gunmaker [1 reference]

Ponce, Gen., in Paris [1 reference]

Poncett, Mr. (Bordeaux merchant) [1 reference]

Pond v. Medway [2 references]

Pondicherry, India [6 references]

Ponferrada, Spain [3 references]

Pont Sainte Maxence, France [1 reference]

Ponte di Scarnafigi, Filippo Maria Giuseppe Ottone, Conte (Sardinian ambassador to France) [2 references]

Pontevedra, Spain [1 reference]

Pontgibaud, Charles-Albert de Moré Chaliers, Comte de [2 references]

Pontlever, Comte de (French army) [1 reference]

Pontoppidan, Erik, Natural History of Norway [2 references]

Pool [See redirect]

Poole (British privateer) [2 references]

Poole, England [2 references]

Poole, Mr. Le [1 reference]

Poona, India [1 reference]

Poor Gentleman, The [See redirect]

Poor Richard (Continental ship of war) [1 reference]

Poor Soldier, The [See redirect]

Poor laws [3 See redirects]

Poor relief [3 subentries]

Poor, Brig. Gen. Enoch (U.S.) [6 references]

Poor, Robert (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Poor, action for benefit of [3 references]

Pope's Day (Guy Fawkes Day) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Pope, Alexander [1 reference + 42 subentries]

Pope, Elizabeth Nash (wife of Ralph) [1 reference]

Pope, Jacob (Amer. prisoner) [1 subentry]

Pope, Mr. (youth, Amer. prisoner) [1 reference]

Pope, Ralph (of Dorchester) [1 reference]

Pope, Salome [1 reference]

Popery [1 reference]

Popham, George [2 references]

Popple, Henry (cartographer) [1 reference]

Popple, Mr. [1 reference]

Porcupine (British schooner) [1 reference]

Poreau, Mackenzie & Co. [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Pork [2 references]

Porpas (sloop) [2 references]

Porry, John, witness, No. 2 [1 reference]

Port Egmont, West Falkland Island [1 reference]

Port Folio, The [4 references]

Port Glasgow, Scotland [1 reference]

Port Louis, France [7 references]

Port Mahon, Minorca [2 references]

Port Royal, S.C. [2 references]

Port Royal, Jamaica [1 reference]

Port Royal, Nova Scotia [1 reference]

Port, Miss Jane (landlady in Philadelphia) [2 references]

Port-Launay, France [1 reference]

Port-Louis, France [2 references]

Port-au-Prince, Haiti [1 reference]

Portail, Gen. du (French) [1 reference]

Porten, Sir Stanier [2 subentries]

Porteous, Capt. John [1 reference]

Porter & Crocker, in No. 7 [1 reference]

Porter v. Steel, No. 7 [2 references]

Porter's Tavern [See redirect]

Porter, Asa, plaintiff, No. 7 [1 reference]

Porter, Benjamin [1 reference]

Porter, Capt. [1 reference]

Porter, Capt. David (of the Aurora) [2 references]

Porter, Rev. Eliphalet (of Roxbury) [1 reference]

Porter, Col. Elisha, prospect for promotion [3 references]

Porter, Rev. Huntington (of Rye, N.H.) [6 references + 1 subentry]

Porter, Rev. John [1 reference]

Porter, Rev. John (of Bridgewater, Mass.) [1 reference]

Porter, Maj. John (U.S.) [3 references]

Porter, Jonathan Edwards (H.C. 1786) [1 reference]

Porter, Mr. (of Braintree) [2 references]

Porter, Mr. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Porter, Rev. (young parson) [1 reference]

Porter, Samuel, Salem lawyer [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Porter, Susannah Sargeant (wife of Huntington) [4 references]

Porterfield, Capt. (of the Jason) [1 reference]

Porteus, Beilby, Bishop of Chester [1 reference]

Portia [See redirect]

“Portius,” fanciful name of friend of AA2 [1 reference]

Portland (British ship of war) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Portland (Falmouth), Maine [9 references + 17 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Portland Harbour, England [1 reference]

Portland, Duke of [See redirect]

Portland, England [2 references]

Portman, Ludwig Gottlieb, portrait of Jean Luzac [2 references]

Porto (now Oporto), Portugal [1 reference]

Portraits [15 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Portsmouth (N.H. privateer) [2 references]

Portsmouth (N.H.) Freeman's Journal [1 reference]

Portsmouth, England [27 references + 3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Portsmouth, N.H. [38 references + 12 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Portsmouth, R.I. [1 reference]

Portsmouth, Va. [14 references]

Portugal [29 references + 33 subentries]

Portuguese language [1 reference]

Posse, Fredrik Arvidsson, Count [1 reference]

Possession, and wild animals, No. 43 [3 references]

Post Office [2 references + 13 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Post van den Neder Rhyn, De (Cleves) [1 reference]

Postlethwayt, Malachy, Universal Dictionary of Trade and Commerce [1 reference]

Posts [1 reference]

Potash [5 references]

Pote, Jeremiah [2 subentries]

Potemkin, Prince Grigorii A. (advisor to Catherine II) [7 references]

Pothier, M., A Treatise on the Law of Obligations or Contracts [1 reference]

Potomac River [2 references]

Potosi, Bolivia [4 references]

Potsdam, Prussia [1 reference]

Potter v. Burchsted [1 reference]

Potter, Rev. Nathaniel [2 subentries]

Pottstown (Potts Grove), Penn. [1 reference]

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. [4 references]

Poultry [2 references]

Poussin, Mme. (of Paris) [2 references]

Powars, Edward E., publisher, Boston Independent Chronicle [2 references]

Powder [See redirect]

Powder magazines [3 subentries]

Powder mills, erection of, urged [1 reference]

Powel (Powell), Samuel [2 references]

Powell v. Morgan [1 reference]

Powell, Capt. [1 reference]

Powell, Jeremiah [8 references]

Powell, John [2 references]

Powell, John [2 references]

Powell, John (justice) [2 references]

Powell, John, witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

Power of attorney, suit under, No. 12 [2 references]

Power, Thomas (master of Dove) [2 references]

Power, Thomas (master of Pitt Packet), in No. 56 [5 references]

Powers, Midshipman Pierce (of the Ranger) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Powers, Peter, identified [1 reference]

Pownalborough [See redirect]

Pownalborough, Maine [6 references]

Pownall, Hannah Astell (2d wife of Thomas) [1 reference]

Pownall, Gov. Thomas [9 references + 30 subentries]

Powys, Thomas (member of Parliament) [2 references]

Powys, Sir Thomas, argument in Harcourt v. Fox [6 references]

Poyning's Law (1495) [10 references + 3 subentries]

Prades, Jean Martin, Abbé de [2 references]

Prague [1 reference]

Prat, Benjamin [3 references + 21 subentries]

Prat, Daniel [1 reference]

Prat, Isabella Auchmuty (wife of Benjamin) [1 reference]

Pratt, Charles, 1st Earl of Camden [18 references + 2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Pratt, Ephraim, juror, No. 59 [2 references]

Pratt, Henry Cheever [1 subentry]

Pratt, Lydia Hunt [1 reference]

Pratt, Mary Niles [2 references]

Pratt, Matthew (Adams tenant in Braintree) [19 references]

Pratt, Mr. (Braintree carpenter) [1 reference]

Pratt, Mr. (Mass. gunmaker) [2 references]

Pratt, Mr. (servant of Rev. John Shaw) [1 reference]

Pratt, Samuel (Chelsea selectman) [1 reference]

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1 subentry]

Pratt, Sarah Jones [1 reference]

Pratt, Thomas [2 references]

Pratt, Thomas (Chelsea selectman) [1 reference]

Pray, Mr. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Preble, Brig. Gen. (Mass.) Jedediah [2 references + 2 subentries]

Preble, Edward (naval officer) [1 reference]

Preceptor [See redirect]

Pré en Pail, France [3 references]

Preignac (French wine region) [1 reference]

Prentice, Mr. (tavernkeeper near Boston) [1 reference]

Prentice, Nathaniel, witness, Nos. 18 and 19 [3 references]

Prentice, Samuel (Continental officer) [1 reference]

Prentice, Rev. Thomas [1 reference]

Prentiss, Nathaniel Shepherd (H.C. 1787) [2 subentries]

Prentiss, Lt. Col. Samuel, promotion of [7 references]

Prentors, Mr. (Halifax lawyer) [1 reference]

Presbyterian Church [3 references + 8 subentries]

Presbyterians [3 subentries]

Prescott v. Keep, No. 18 [4 references]

Prescott v. Priest, No. 19 [4 references]

Prescott, Benjamin, in No. 18 [2 references]

Prescott, Ebenezer, in No. 18 [2 references]

Prescott, James (of Groton, Mass.) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Prescott, James (H.C. 1788) [2 subentries]

Prescott (Prescot), Jonas, plaintiff, Nos. 18 and 19 [1 reference]

Prescott, Jonas, Jr., in Nos. 18 and 19 [4 references]

Prescott, Mary (wife of Jonas) [1 reference]

Prescott, Gen. Oliver (of Groton) [2 references]

Prescott, Oliver or William (H.C. 1783) [1 reference]

Prescott, Maj. Gen. Richard (British) [7 references + 1 subentry]

Prescott, Col. Robert [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Prescott, Timothy, witness, No. 18 [1 reference]

Prescott, Col. William [7 subentries]

Prescription, water rights gained by [2 references]

Presgrave v. —— [1 reference]

President Roads (King's Roads) [2 references]

President's House [See redirect]

Presque Isle, Mich. [See redirect]

Press [5 subentries]

Press gang [1 reference]

Preston (British ship of the line) [5 references]

Preston, Maj. Charles, British prisoner [1 reference]

Preston, Robert [5 references]

Preston, Capt. Thomas [11 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Prestonpans, Scotland [1 reference]

Presumptions [6 subentries]

Pretender [1 reference]

Preudhome la Jeunesse [1 reference]

Preudhomme de Borre, Philippe Hubert, Chevalier de [2 subentries]

Préville, Chevalier de Gras (officer on the Triomphant) [1 reference]

Prévost d'Exiles, Abbé Antoine François, Manuel lexique des mots françois [2 references]

Prevost, Anna Grand (wife of Augustine) [1 reference]

Prevost, Augustine, British general [16 references]

Prévost, Bénoit Louis, engravings by [4 references]

Prevost, Sir George, British general, identified [1 reference]

Prevost, Jacques Marc [1 reference]

Prevost, Theodosia (Stillwell) Bartow [See redirect]

Price controls [6 references + 3 subentries]

Price, Capt. [2 references]

Price, Ezekiel [4 references + 7 subentries]

Price, George [1 reference]

Price, James [2 references + 2 subentries]

Price, Mr. (in Cambridge) [1 reference]

Price, Mr. (of Montreal?) [1 reference]

Price, Mr. (of Montreal?) [1 reference]

Price, Mr. and Mrs. (in Paris) [1 reference]

Price, Mrs. [3 references]

Price, Mrs. (in N.Y.) [1 reference]

Price, Dr. Richard (Brit. political philosopher and theologian) [7 references + 26 subentries]

Price, Sarah Blundell (wife of Richard) [2 references]

Prices [42 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Priest, Joel, defendant, No. 19 [2 references]

Priestley, Joseph (Brit. scientist and theologian) [4 references + 6 subentries]

Priestly, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Bristol, Penn.) [2 references]

Primage and average, defined [1 reference]

Prince (AA's farm hand) [2 references]

Prince (African American boy) [5 references]

Prince Edward Island [See redirect]

Prince Frederick (British brigantine) [2 references]

Prince William (British ship of the line, formerly Guipuscoa) [1 reference]

Prince of Nassau [See redirect]

Prince of Orange (Guernsey privateer) [1 reference]

Prince of Orange (Harwich packet) [1 reference]

Prince, Capt. Job (of Boston), Sr. [4 references]

Prince, Capt. Job (of the Concord) [2 references]

Prince, Job, Jr. (of Boston) [1 reference]

Prince, Rev. Joseph (of Candia, N.H.) [1 reference]

Prince, Miss [2 references]

Prince, Newton (Newtown), witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [3 references]

Prince, Rev. Thomas [2 references + 7 subentries]

Princess Amelia (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Princessa (Spanish ship of the line) [1 reference]

Princeton University (formerly College of New Jersey) [7 references + 4 subentries]

Princeton, Battle of [4 references]

Princeton, Mass. [5 references]

Princeton, N.J. [1 reference + 5 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Principal and accessory [10 references]

Principal, liability of for act of agent [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Principles of Law and Government [2 references]

Pring (Pringle), Martin [1 reference]

Pringle, Sir John [2 references]

Pringle, John Julius [5 references + 1 subentry]

Printing [See redirect]

“Prior Documents” [See redirect]

Prior appropriation, rule of in water law [2 references + 1 subentry]

Prior, Matthew [3 references + 1 subentry]

Prior, witness, No. 34 [1 reference]

Prison ships [4 references]

Prisoners [3 subentries]

Prisoners of war [6 references + 94 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Private acts (legislative) [2 See redirects]

Privateers and Privateering [41 references + 78 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Privilege, defense of in defamation, No. 36 [2 references]

Prizes [8 references + 48 subentries + 9 “see also” entries]

Pro, commonplaced [1 reference]

Probable cause [2 subentries]

Probate [4 See redirects]

Probate law, JA's notes on [2 references]

Probus (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Proby, John, 1st earl of Carysfort [1 subentry]

Proceedings . . . Respecting Major John André, Adjutant General of the British Army [2 references]

“Proceedings of his Majesty's Privy Council on the Address of Massachusetts” [1 reference]

Process [2 subentries]

Proclamation of 1763 [1 reference]

Procter, Metcalfe [1 reference]

Procter, Mr., excused as juror, No. 63 [1 reference]

Proctor (Procter), Edward, witness, No. 59 [4 references]

Proctor, Samuel [1 reference]

Proctor, Sir W. B. [1 reference]

Prodicus of Ceos [2 references + 1 subentry]

Profert (pleading term) [1 reference]

Profound, art of the [1 reference]

Prohibition, writ of [3 subentries]

Prohibitory Act (1775) [1 reference + 2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Promise, breach of gratuitous [1 reference]

Promises, mutual [2 subentries]

Proof (legal) [2 references + 8 subentries]

Propaganda [7 references]

Property, cases concerning [1 reference]

Property, private, right to compensation for taking, No. 33 [1 reference]

Property, real, Law of [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

“Proposals for a Confederation of the United Colonies,” in Boston Gazette [1 reference]

Proprietors [2 subentries]

Proprietors of the Common Lands of Ipswich [1 reference]

Proserpine (Brit. frigate) [1 reference]

Prospect Hill [See redirect]

Prostitutes [4 references]

Protector (Amer. vessel) [1 reference]

Protector (Mass. frigate) [4 references + 3 subentries]

Protector v. Buckner [4 references]

Protée (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Protest, master's [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Protestando, plea with a [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Protestant Association, England [6 references]

Protestantism [3 references]

Protestants [1 reference]

Protestants in Germany [2 references]

Proteus (mythical) [4 references]

Prout v. Minot, No. 13 [5 references]

Prout, Sarah Jenkins (Sally, wife of William Welsted) [4 references]

Prout, Timothy, plaintiff, No. 13 [1 reference]

Prout, William Welsted (of Newburyport) [2 references]

Provence, Comte de, later Louis XVIII, King of France [3 references + 1 subentry]

Provence, David, defendant, Form VII [1 reference]

Provence, France [2 references]

Provence, Marie Joséphine Louise de Savoie, Comtesse de [2 references]

Providence (Continental ship of war) [22 references + 9 subentries]

Providence (Continental sloop) [3 references]

Providence Gazette [1 reference]

Providence Plantations [1 reference]

Providence River [3 references]

Providence, R.I. [18 references + 6 subentries]

Province Island (or Fort Island) in Delaware River [2 references]

Province v. Paxton [2 references]

Provincetown, Mass. [1 reference]

Provisional Army (1799-1800) [1 reference]

Provocation [2 subentries]

Provoost, Rev. Samuel (of N.Y.) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Provost [See redirect]

Prudent, ship [1 reference]

Prussia [7 references + 58 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Prussian (Short) Exercise [2 references]

Prussian Army [1 reference]

Pseudonyms [3 references + 13 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Public Advertiser (Boston) [1 reference]

Public Advertiser (London) [8 references]

Public Record Office, London [1 reference]

Public houses [See redirect]

Publishing [See redirect]

Puchelberg & Co. (Lorient) [7 references + 2 subentries]

Puchelberg, Mr. (merchant at Lorient) [4 references]

Pucker, “a poor Toad” [1 reference]

Pudsey v. Pudsey [2 references]

Puente de la Rada, Spain [2 references]

Puerto Cabello, Venezuela [3 references]

Puerto Rico [1 reference]

Pufendorf, Samuel, Baron von [3 subentries]

Puffer (farm hand) [1 reference]

Pulaski, Count Casimir [3 subentries]

Puller, Richard & Charles (London bankers) [6 references]

Pulley, principle of the [2 references]

Pulling Point (Boston Harbor) [1 reference]

Pulsifer, David, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Pulsifurd, Mr. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Pulsiver, Freeman, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Pulteney, Sir William [4 references + 1 subentry]

Purchas, Samuel, Purchas His Pilgrimage [4 references]

Puritans [1 reference + 3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Purmerend, Netherlands [3 references]

Purple Heart [1 reference]

Purrington [See redirect]

Purviance, Mr., of Baltimore [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Purviance (Purveyance), Robert [2 references + 3 subentries]

Purviance (Purveyance), Mrs. (wife of Robert) [2 references]

Purviance, Robert and Samuel, Jr. [3 references + 1 subentry]

Purviance (Purveyance), Samuel [5 references]

Purviance (Purveyance), Mrs. (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Purysburg, S.C. [3 references]

Puss (Adams family pet) [1 reference]

Putnam, Abigail Bishop (wife of Archelaus) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Putnam, Dr. Archelaus (of Danvers) [4 references]

Putnam, Deborah Lothrop Avery Gardiner (wife of Israel) [1 reference]

Putnam, Dr. Ebenezer (of Salem) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Putnam, Edward (of Sutton, Mass.) [1 reference]

Putnam, Eleanor [See redirect]

Putnam, Elizabeth Chandler (wife of James) [7 references + 2 subentries]

Putnam, Maj. Gen. Israel [3 references + 15 subentries]

Putnam, James [21 subentries]

Putnam, Miss [3 references]

Putnam, Gen. Rufus (of Sutton) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Putnam, Samuel (H.C. 1787) [17 subentries]

Putnam, Samuel, JA's law teacher [1 reference]

Putney, Vt. [1 reference]

Putrid fever (typhus or diptheria?) [2 references]

Puysegur, Marechal de, L'art de la guerre [1 reference]

Pye, Adm. Thomas (Brit.) [1 reference]

Pym, John (1584-1643, Brit. statesman) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Pym, William [2 references + 2 subentries]

Pynchon v. Brewster [1 reference]

Pynchon, Abigail Pease (wife of George) [1 reference]

Pynchon, George (of Springfield) [2 references]

Pynchon, William (Salem barrister and judge) [4 references + 6 subentries]

Pynchon, of Springfield, Mass. [1 reference]

Pyrenees [3 references]

Pyrrhonism [1 reference]

Pythagoras [4 references + 1 “see also” entry]