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John Adams to Cotton Tufts, 29 March 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 1:367]

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 12 April 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 1:377]+

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 7 May 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 1:403]+

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 17 May 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 1:411]

Mary Palmer to John Adams, 15 June 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:10]

Cotton Tufts to John Adams, 17 June 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:17]

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 12 August 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:89]+

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 14 August 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:98]+

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 7 September 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:123]

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 21 September 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:130]+

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 29 September 1776 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:135]

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 2 April 1777 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:196]+

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 20 April 1777 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:219]+

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 6 May 1777 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:234]+

Isaac Smith Sr. to John Adams, 14 June 1777 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:263]

Isaac Smith Sr. to John Adams, 13 August 1777 [Adams Family Correspondence 2:311]

To the President of Congress, No. 35, 4 April 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:109]+

To the President of Congress, No. 44, 14 April 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:136]+

To John Jay, 13 May 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:310]+

To Benjamin Pierce, 10 June 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:404]+

Bidé de Chavagnes to John Adams: A Translation, 8 June 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:392]+

Enclosure: A List of Pamphlets and Newspapers, 25 April – 10 June 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:398]

To Benjamin Pierce, 10 June 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:404]+

To the President of Congress, No. 7, 16 September 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:157]

To the President of Congress, No. 7, 16 September 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:158]+

From William Lee, 5 October 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:256]+

To the President of Congress, No. 28, 21 December 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:427]+

From Thomas Digges, 22 December 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:428]+

From William Lee, 27 December 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:442]+

Hendrik Calkoen to John Adams: A Translation, 31 August 1780 [Papers of John Adams 10:116]

From Francis Dana, 22 October 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:36]

Enclosure: A Draft Proposal for an Alliance with the States General of the Netherlands, 1 March 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:281]

From Hendrik Brouwer Chs. zoon, 15 April 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:409]

From Samuel Andrews, 12 March 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:317]

From Samuel Andrews, 12 March 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:318]+

From Thomas Digges, 2 April 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:380]+

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

To Wilhem & Jan Willink, Nicolaas & Jacob van Staphorst, and De la Lande & Fynje, 24 May 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:79]+

To Jean Henri David Uhl, 9 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:171]+

To Robert R. Livingston, 18 August 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:247]

To Robert R. Livingston, 23 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:486]

Subentries

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– Amer. [8 references]

– Amer. successes in [6 references]

– American [1 reference]

– American, and rights of neutrals [3 references]

– Barnard and [1 reference]

– Britain reportedly stops issuing commissions to for seizure of U.S. ships [1 reference]

– British [33 references]

– British capture of [1 reference]

– British seizure of neutral ships carrying naval stores [1 reference]

– Commissioners asked to authorize [2 references]

– Continental [6 references]

– Continental Navy affected by [2 references]

– Dutch [6 references]

– Franco-American trade affected by [1 reference]

– Franklin issues commissions for [1 reference]

– French [7 references]

– Frenchmen enlisted for American [1 reference]

– Gillon's ships as prey for [1 reference]

– JA alleged to authorize taking of Portuguese and Danish ships by [2 references]

– JA on [8 references]

– JA on operation of [1 reference]

– Spain opens ports to [1 reference]

– activities prevent growth of navy [1 reference]

– and capture of Quebec fleet [15 references]

– and recaptured vessels [3 references]

– and the Lusanna case [1 reference]

– bound by principle of free ships make free goods [3 references]

– bounties for [2 references]

– capture Dutch settlements [1 reference]

– capture Dutch sloop Chester [1 reference]

– capture of U.S. ships as ruse for Anglo-Amer. trade [1 reference]

– capture of U.S. vessel and seamen by [1 reference]

– capture portion of convoy [1 reference]

– captured [1 reference]

– commissions described [1 reference]

– congress broadens right to seize enemy ships by [1 reference]

– congressional resolves dealing with [2 references]

– cruise in European waters [1 reference]

– danger from less in winter [1 reference]

– desirability of taking prizes into Dutch ports [3 references]

– desirability of taking prizes into U.S. ports [3 references]

– development and use [2 references]

– discouraged by embargoes [2 references]

– drains away officers and enlistees [3 references]

– effect of French and Spanish naval operations on [3 references]

– effect of financial incentives on [2 references]

– effort to destroy that of Jersey and Guernsey [1 reference]

– from Jersey [1 reference]

– in English Channel [1 reference]

– in Mass. [31 references]

– in North Sea [1 reference]

– in Portuguese ports [1 reference]

– in Providence, R.I. [1 reference]

– in St. Eustatius [1 reference]

– ineffectiveness of [2 references]

– instructions to, as recognition of U.S. [1 reference]

– instructions to, on neutral shipping [1 reference]

– letters of marque for [8 references]

– losses of [3 references]

– losses of, to British [1 reference]

– mentioned [8 references]

– need to increase [1 reference]

– on Dutch coast [1 reference]

– operation aided by foreign loan [2 references]

– ordinance on legality of captures at sea [2 references]

– principles of Armed Neutrality to be observed by [2 references]

– reception of ships for, in foreign ports [5 references]

– resolution authorizing the fitting out of [5 references]

– security measures to protect [1 reference]

– seizure of neutral property on belligerent ship retaken by [2 references]

– status in Dutch ports [2 references]

– status of vessels taken after change in government [1 reference]

– success of American [1 reference]

– successes of [15 references]

– supplying officers for [1 reference]

– take Amer. prisoners [1 reference]

– take British colliers [2 references]

– “Spider Catchers” [1 reference]

See Also

See also Continental Navy

See also Prizes