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References

From John Lowell, 14 August 1776 [Papers of John Adams 4:460]

From Francis Dana, 1 February 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:97]

To Jean de Neufville & Fils, 2 February 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:103]+

From C. W. F. Dumas, 5 February 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:109]+

To Edmund Jenings, 27 February 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:166]+

Memorial to the States General, 19 April 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:278]

To the President of Congress, 27 May 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:340]+

To the President of Congress, 29 May 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:341]+

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South Carolina's sold at Havana [1 reference]

– American refused entry in France [1 reference]

– Commissioners want sale of, expedited for needed revenue [1 reference]

– Congress' ordinance on capture and condemnation of [2 references]

– French regulations for sale of [6 references]

– French rulings on [2 references]

– JA seeks clarification on status of those taken by Britain or Netherlands [1 reference]

– and disposal of Izard's property seized on British ship [3 references]

– as means to fund currency suggested [1 reference]

– brought into New England ports [4 references]

– capture of Chatham [2 references]

– capture of Martha [3 references]

– captured by Boston [1 reference]

– captured by Whipple in Providence [2 references]

– case of, No. 58 [2 references]

– committee on disposal of [1 reference]

– congressional resolution regarding [1 reference]

– congressional resolves on disposition of [6 references]

– controversy over recaptures by Amer. ships [9 references]

– disputes over disposal of [6 references]

– establishment of local prize courts [2 references]

– from East Indian fleet taken by Barrington [1 reference]

– goods from add to prosperity in Massachusetts [1 reference]

– importation of Brit. goods into U.S. as [1 reference]

– in acts of Parliament [2 references]

– in state and congressional enactments [7 references]

– international law as law of [4 references]

– legal complexities for disposal of, in U.S. [2 references]

– management of weakens British squadron [1 reference]

– maritime [1 reference]

– mentioned [5 references]

– ransoming of, suggested [1 reference]

– recaptured [2 references]

– resolutions in Congress on capture of [8 references]

– sale of, in Spanish ports [4 references]

– sale of, taken by Providence [2 references]

– seizing of, by French [1 reference]

– seizure of Jane at Bordeaux [1 reference]

– status of recaptured vessels as [4 references]

– success of John Paul Jones in capturing [4 references]

– taken by Boston pose problems [1 reference]

– taken by French warships [2 references]

– taken by General Mifflin [3 references]

– taken by Gillon [3 references]

– taken by Ranger pose sale problems [12 references]

– taken by Revenge cause crew disputes [4 references]

– taken by the Deane [1 reference]

– trials of [1 reference]

See Also

See also Admiralty

See also Continental Congress

See also Great Britain—Courts

See also Judiciary, U.S.

See also Vice Admiralty Courts

See also particular colonies and states [link unavailable]

See also Continental Navy

See also Privateers

See also names of individual vessels [link unavailable]