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Founding Era Index > Adams Papers Indexes > Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 > Q >  Quincy, Josiah Jr. (1744-1775, son of Josiah, I, and Hannah Sturgis, often called “the Patriot”)

 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | Q |  Quincy, Josiah Jr. (1744-1775, son of Josiah, I, and Hannah Sturgis, often called “the Patriot”)

References

Elizabeth Smith Shaw to Abigail Adams, 23 July 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:296]

19th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 2:419]+

Subentries

Reports [3 references]

Reports (Appendix) [See redirect]

– JA on [1 reference]

– JA's characterization of as a lawyer [1 reference]

– Letters [1 subentry]

– admitted to Suffolk County bar [1 reference]

– and Hutchinson [1 reference]

– and Lord Shelburne [1 reference]

– and Sons of Liberty [1 reference]

– and opening of the courts [1 reference]

– appointed counsel for Richardson, No. 59 [3 references]

– challenged by Brattle on judges' salaries [1 reference]

– co-counsel for Preston in “Massacre” trial [2 references]

– co-counsel in Nickerson murder case [1 reference]

– comments on Otis [1 reference]

– copies Rutledge's law notes [1 reference]

– death of [1 reference]

– death on return from mission to England [4 references]

– defense counsel in No. 64 [7 references]

– estate of [2 references]

– house of [1 reference]

– identified [3 references]

– in Boston political club [1 reference]

– in No. 17 [2 references]

– in No. 22 [1 reference]

– in No. 57 [3 references]

– in No. 6 [3 references]

– in No. 63 [14 references]

– in Pleadings Book cases [11 references]

– inoculated with smallpox [1 reference]

– journal of [1 reference]

– known as “Wilkes” Quincy [1 reference]

– land transactions with JA [1 reference]

– law practice of [1 reference]

– mentioned [26 references]

– mission to England [2 references]

– mission to England and death of [1 reference]

– overshadows his older brother Samuel [1 reference]

– portrait [2 references]

– quoted on slavery in S.C. [1 reference]

– travels to England to present views of American patriot leaders [1 reference]

– writing as “Callisthenes,” No. 59 [1 reference]