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Mary Smith Cranch to Abigail Adams, 6 November 1784 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:480]

Abigail Adams to Thomas Jefferson, 21 August 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:293]

Abigail Adams to Thomas Jefferson, 21 August 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:294]+

Abigail Adams to Mary Smith Cranch, 20 January 1787 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:452]+

Thomas Jefferson to Abigail Adams, 22 February 1787 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:469]+

I. Heads of Grievances and Rights, 9 September 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:155]

To Francis Coffyn, 19 October 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:25]+

From Henry Knox, 21 October 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:30]

To Edmund Jenings, 29 November 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:99]+

Joan Derk van der Capellen tot den Pol to John Adams: A Translation, 2 May 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:7]+

From Lewis R. Morris, 6 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:166]+

To Robert R. Livingston, 4 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:426]+

From Benjamin Rush, 28 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:498]+

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

Subentries

– Admiralty Court [2 references]

– Assembly [4 references]

– Board of War erects fortifications on Delaware River [1 reference]

– British invasion of [2 references]

– Constitution of 1776 [16 references]

– Constitution of 1790 [1 reference]

– Constitutional Convention and Constitution of 1776 [8 references]

– Council [1 reference]

– Court of Common Pleas, No. 58 [1 reference]

– Franklin suggested for governor of [1 reference]

– Galloway in [3 references]

– General Assembly [8 references]

– Great Seal destroyed [1 reference]

– JA on institution of government in [4 references]

– James Searle agent for [2 references]

– Paxton Boys affair in [2 references]

– Provincial Conference controlled by radicals [3 references]

– Supreme Executive Council seizes Philadelphia Quakers and their papers [1 reference]

– admiralty court in [1 reference]

– and Wyoming Valley controversy [2 references]

– and bill to establish the seat of national government [1 reference]

– and coastal defense [1 reference]

– and debates on confederation [1 reference]

– and embargo [1 reference]

– army enlistments in [1 reference]

– assembly of [3 references]

– boundary disputes [2 references]

– changes in delegates of [1 reference]

– committee of safety [1 reference]

– congressional delegation held to be firmly whig [1 reference]

– constitution of [2 references]

– constitution of 1776 [5 references]

– constitution of 1790 and Thoughts on Government [1 reference]

– construction of row galleys in [2 references]

– contests Conn. land claims [2 references]

– county committees of, defy assembly [2 references]

– currency [2 references]

– currency of [2 references]

– decline in Quaker and proprietary influence in [1 reference]

– delegates of, and vote on independence [13 references]

– delegates to Continental Congress [10 references]

– distilling in [1 reference]

– effect of British invasion [1 reference]

– efforts to control prices and oppose monopolies in [3 references]

– embargo on flour [3 references]

– establishment of popular government in [1 reference]

– expected attacks on frontiers of [5 references]

– formation of new state government [5 references]

– government of [8 references]

– habeas corpus in [2 references]

– implements revaluation of currency [3 references]

– indentured servants held to have no loyalty to Amer. cause [1 reference]

– influence of proprietary party in Continental Congress [1 reference]

– land dispute with Conn. [2 references]

– law cited in Mass. courts, No. 8 [1 reference]

– laws of [1 reference]

– loyalist volunteers in [3 references]

– loyalists in [4 references]

– manufacture of guns in [1 reference]

– maps of [1 reference]

– martial spirit in [1 reference]

– mentioned [19 references]

– mutiny among soldiers of [3 references]

– navy of [1 reference]

– oath for officeholders [2 references]

– opposition to congress in [1 reference]

– population of [5 references]

– provincial agents for [2 references]

– radical party in [2 references]

– rejects Conciliatory Acts [1 reference]

– religious liberty in [1 reference]

– religious sects in [1 reference]

– republican virtue in assembly of [1 reference]

– seeks loan [4 references]

– soil and farms [2 references]

– soldiers and officers of [6 references]

– supplies grain to Mass. [2 references]

– support for independence in [2 references]

– tender law in [3 references]

– torn by political factionalism [2 references]

– trade and commerce [2 references]

– trade of [1 reference]

– trade with Britain [2 references]

– troops of [21 references]

– viniculture in [1 reference]

– votes in congress affecting JA [4 references]

– “making Treason Laws and Militia Laws” [1 reference]