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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | R |  Rush, Dr. Benjamin (of Phila.)

References

Abigail Adams 2d to John Quincy Adams, 18 October 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:437]+

Abigail Adams to Thomas Jefferson, 19 October 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:439]

Abigail Adams Smith to John Quincy Adams, 22 July 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:286]+

Thursday 27th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:36]+

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:371]

To Nathan Webb, with Comments by the Writer Recorded in 1807 [Papers of John Adams 1:6]

From William Gordon, 7 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:452]

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

Subentries

Directions for Preserving the Health of Soldiers [2 references]

Observations upon the Present Government of Penn. [1 reference]

– JA on character and medical ability of [2 references]

– JA recommends Le Veillard to [1 reference]

– JA sends Vergennes extract from letter of [2 references]

– JA writes to, regarding Mass. Constitution of 1780 [2 references]

– Letters [11 subentries]

– Penn. delegate in Continental Congress [1 reference]

– Penn. delegate to congress [2 references]

– and Dr. Thomas Young [1 reference]

– and JA's resolution to establish new state governments [1 reference]

– and La Luzerne and Barbé-Marbois [2 references]

– and Thoughts on Government [1 reference]

– and “Tree of Cracovie” [2 references]

– as a physician [2 references]

– as delegate from Penna. [1 reference]

– attends wounded Amer. prisoners in Howe's camp [2 references]

– classifies whigs [1 reference]

– connection with Paine's Common Sense [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [2 references]

– counsels AA on loneliness [1 reference]

– criticizes management of hospitals [2 references]

– criticizes new constitution of Penn. under pseudonym of “Ludlow” [1 reference]

– describes attack on Wilson's house [1 reference]

– family [1 reference]

– first meeting of JA and [1 reference]

– has letter from JA printed in Pennsylvania Packet [2 references]

– hostility to Washington [2 references]

– identified [1 reference]

– in Continental Congress [2 references]

– letter and tract on “Suttonian” method of inoculation [4 references]

– letter from JA listed (1781) [1 reference]

– letter printed in Courier de l'Europe [1 reference]

– letter submitted to Gazette de Leyde [3 references]

– letter to JA listed (1781) [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1780) [2 references]

– marriage [1 reference]

– medical posts of [1 reference]

– member of Penn. Provincial Conference [1 reference]

– memorandum on JA-Dickinson debate on independence [1 reference]

– mentioned [16 references]

– minutes of debates in Congress [1 reference]

– on French entry into war [2 references]

– on JA's appointment as Commissioner [1 reference]

– on JA's election to negotiate Anglo-American treaties [1 reference]

– on JA's intercepted letters [2 references]

– on JA's relations with Samuel Chase [1 reference]

– on JA's repugnance toward Lord Howe's proposal [1 reference]

– on economic conditions in Pennsylvania [1 reference]

– on incompetence of Shippen [1 reference]

– on military affairs [5 references]

– on progress of war [2 references]

– on republican character [1 reference]

– on too sudden Amer. victory [1 reference]

– opposes Penn. Constitution of 1776 [3 references]

– publishes letter from JA [1 reference]

– quarrel with Dr. William Shippen [2 references]

– quarrel with Shippen and resignation as physician general [1 reference]

– reports false rumor of Cornwallis' death [1 reference]

– residence [1 reference]

– resignation as Continental physician general [1 reference]

– resignation as physician general of Continental Army [2 references]

– resigns as physician general [1 reference]

– resigns medical commission [4 references]

– supports French alliance as “Leonidas” [3 references]

– urges JA to write his memoirs [1 reference]

– use of JA's Thoughts on Government [1 reference]

– “an elegant, ingenious Body” [1 reference]

– “tranquilizing chair” of [1 reference]