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References

John Adams to Richard Cranch, 20 March 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:100]

Abigail Adams to Charles Storer, 22 May 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:190]+

Thomas Welsh to Abigail Adams, 24 May 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:196]

Abigail Adams Smith to John Quincy Adams, 27 July 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:304]+

Introduction [Adams Family Correspondence 7:xxv]

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– Anglo-Russian Treaty of Commerce and armed neutrality [1 reference]

– British seize merchant ships of [4 references]

– British seizure of ships [1 reference]

– British trade with [1 reference]

– Crimean insurrection and [5 references]

– Dana appointed minister to [13 references]

– Dana mission to [13 references]

– Dana named minister to [2 references]

– Dana on fee for signing treaty in [1 reference]

– Fox on [5 references]

– Francis Dana's mission to [2 references]

– Franklin opposes sending U.S. minister to [3 references]

– French influence on [1 reference]

– Grand Duke of [1 reference]

– JA on national treasury of [1 reference]

– JA on nature of government of [1 reference]

– JA on policy of [1 reference]

– JQA comments on [2 references]

– Livingston seeks intelligence on [1 reference]

– Livingston sent court almanacs [2 references]

– Rendorp as possible minister to [2 references]

– U.S. may seek trade treaty with [3 references]

– U.S. seeks recognition from [2 references]

– alliances of [6 references]

– and Armed Neutrality [1 reference]

– and Armed Neutrality of 1780 [3 references]

– and Convention of Ainali-Kavak [3 references]

– and Denmark [3 references]

– and Dutch accession to armed neutrality [16 references]

– and Dutch recognition of U.S. [3 references]

– and Russo-American trade [3 references]

– and Swedish accession to armed neutrality [2 references]

– and armed neutrality [25 references]

– and definition of contraband [1 reference]

– and first partition of Poland [1 reference]

– and origins of the Armed Neutrality of 1780 [1 reference]

– and powers of 1st joint commission [1 reference]

– and recognition of U.S. [2 references]

– and subsidiary treaties [1 reference]

– and the War of the Bavarian Succession [6 references]

– and trade with U.S. [1 reference]

– as comediator [3 references]

– as mediator [2 references]

– as potential Amer. ally [1 reference]

– as source of naval stores [7 references]

– attitude toward Amer. Revolution [4 references]

– border “motions” [1 reference]

– borrows money in Netherlands [3 references]

– calendar [1 reference]

– climate [1 reference]

– code name [1 reference]

– commerce with Sweden and Denmark [1 reference]

– commercial treaties of [7 references]

– commission to negotiate treaty with [1 reference]

– conflict with Turkey [2 references]

– consequences of Anglo-American peace and reconciliation for [1 reference]

– countryside and people [1 reference]

– effect of Amer. political and military events on [1 reference]

– efforts to achieve and prospects for Dana's mission to [5 references]

– envoy in London [1 reference]

– exports potash [1 reference]

– geography of [1 reference]

– history recounted [1 reference]

– hostile to the Amer. cause [2 references]

– in peace negotiations [1 reference]

– influenza epidemic in [2 references]

– languages [1 reference]

– letters opened by postal officials in [1 reference]

– mentioned [22 references]

– military of [4 references]

– national debt of [1 reference]

– need for Amer. minister in [7 references]

– need for U.S. minister to [2 references]

– needs loan [2 references]

– news from [3 references]

– news of Yorktown reaches [3 references]

– note on depredations against neutral commerce [1 reference]

– on establishment of rights of neutrals [2 references]

– organizes congress of European powers [2 references]

– party of, in Sweden [1 reference]

– policy toward and recognition of U.S. [9 references]

– possibility of 19 April 1781 memorial offending [1 reference]

– possibility of trade with U.S. [1 reference]

– potential for trade with U.S. [1 reference]

– proposed Russo-American treaty [1 reference]

– proposed cession of Minorca to [2 references]

– reaction to capture of St. Eustatius [2 references]

– recognition of Amer. independence by [2 references]

– recognition of U.S. and [8 references]

– recruitment of mercenaries in [4 references]

– rejects proposal for treaty with Britain [2 references]

– relations with Britain [28 references]

– relations with France [8 references]

– relations with Great Britain [4 references]

– relations with Netherlands [3 references]

– religion [1 reference]

– reported effort to mediate Anglo-French war [5 references]

– reportedly sends warships to Britain [1 reference]

– revolution of 1762 [1 reference]

– rumored alliance with Great Britain [7 references]

– rumored arrival of troops from [1 reference]

– rumored treaty with England [1 reference]

– rumored treaty with France [1 reference]

– rumors of Russo-Turkish war refuted [1 reference]

– seeks to mediate Anglo-American war [5 references]

– supports Swedish position on stopping and searching vessels [1 reference]

– trade of [3 references]

– trade with England [1 reference]

– trade with West Indies [1 reference]

See Also

See also Anglo-Dutch War (1780)—Russian mediation of

See also Armed Neutrality

See also Austro-Russian mediation

See also Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia