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Saba, W.I. [2 references + 1 subentry]

Sabatier Fils & Despréx (Paris mercantile firm) [2 references]

Sabbath, violation of [1 reference]

Sable Island, Canada [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Sablon, Plaine de, France [1 reference]

Sacheverell, Dr. Henry [1 reference]

Sackville v. Brown [1 reference]

Sackville, John Frederick, 3d Duke of Dorset (British ambassador to France) [3 references + 4 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Sackville, Viscount [See redirect]

Saco, Maine [3 references]

Saddle making [2 references]

Sade, Donatien Alphonse François, Comte de, commander of French fleet at El Ferrol, Spain [5 references]

Safford, Mr. (barber in York, Maine) [1 reference]

Sag Harbor, Long Island [3 references]

Sagadohoc territory, Maine [4 references + 1 subentry]

Sagahadoc River [1 reference]

Sahagún, Spain [2 references]

Sailors' Snug Harbor [See redirect]

Sainneville, Marquis de, in Boston [2 references]

St. Albans (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

St. Andero, Spain [See redirect]

St. André, France [1 reference]

St. Andrew's Day [1 reference]

St. Andrew's Society [1 reference]

St. Antonio (Anthonio), Spain [3 references]

St. Asaph, Bishop of [See redirect]

St. Augustine, Fla. [6 references]

St. Barbe [3 references]

St. Cast, France [2 references]

St. Christopher Island, W.I. [5 references + 1 “see also” entry]

St. Clair, Gen. Arthur (U.S.) [9 references + 6 subentries]

St. Clair, Mr., Paris merchant [1 reference]

St. Claudio Benito [1 reference]

St. Cloud [1 reference]

St. Cloud, France [4 references + 1 subentry]

St. Crispin [2 references]

St. Croix Commission [1 reference]

St. Croix Island, Maine [1 reference]

St. Croix River [10 references]

St. Croix, Virgin Islands [5 references]

St. Cyr, Abby of [1 reference]

St. Cyr, France [2 references]

St. David's Day [1 reference]

St. Denis (near Paris) [2 references + 1 subentry]

St. Denis (near Bordeaux) [2 references]

St. Domingue (now Haiti) [12 references + 1 “see also” entry]

St. Emilion (wine of Medoc) [1 reference]

Saint Esprit (French ship of the line) [2 references]

St. Esprit, Ordre du [6 references + 2 subentries]

St. Eustatius, W.I. [15 references + 15 subentries]

St. Genies & Revellat frères (Montauban merchants) [1 reference]

St. George Du Pres, Maj. (Canadian militia) [1 reference]

St. George's Bank [1 reference]

St. George's Case [1 reference]

St. George's Day [1 reference]

St. George's Field [1 reference]

St. George's Society [2 references]

St. George, Germany [1 reference]

St. George, Mr. (mulatto in Paris) [1 reference]

Saint Georges, Charles Olivier de Verac, Marquis de (French minister to Russia) [1 reference]

St. Germain, Christopher, Doctor and Student [3 references]

St. Germain, France [4 references + 1 subentry]

St. Helens, Isle of Wight [4 references]

St. Helena [2 references]

St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands [2 references]

St. Hilaire, Felix de [1 reference]

Saint Hippolite, Chevalier d’Albert [2 references]

St. Hippolyte, France [1 reference]

St. Huberti, M. [1 reference]

St. Iago [See redirect]

St. Ives, Cornwall, England [3 references]

St. James (Amer. ship) [2 references]

St. James's, Court of [6 subentries]

St. James, relics of, in Santiago de Compostela, Spain [2 references]

St. Jean de Luz, France [1 reference]

St. Joachim [1 reference]

St. John [1 reference]

St. John's River, Canada [2 references]

St. John's Day [1 reference]

St. John's Parish, Ga. [2 references]

St. John's, New Brunswick [1 reference]

St. John, Henry 1st Viscount Bolingbroke [5 references + 10 subentries]

St. John, Island of (now Prince Edward Island) [4 references]

St. John, Oliver [1 reference]

St. John, Virgin Islands [1 reference]

St. Johns, Canada [2 references]

St. Johns, Indians [1 reference]

St. John’s, Newfoundland [3 references + 1 subentry]

St. Johns, Que. (fort at) [1 reference + 6 subentries]

St. Joseph, Mich. [See redirect]

St. Julien (wine of Medoc) [2 references]

St. Just, France [1 reference]

St. Just-en-Chaussée, France [1 reference]

St. Kitts Island, W.I. [14 references + 2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

St. Laurent, fair of [1 reference]

St. Lawrence River [10 references + 4 subentries]

St. Lawrence, Gulf of [2 references + 1 subentry]

St. Léandre (British warship) [2 references]

St. Leger (St. Ledger), Lt. Col. Barry [2 references]

St. Leu-la-Forêt (St. Lu), France [2 references]

St. Louis Day [4 references]

St. Louis, Knights of (Swedish order) [1 reference]

St. Louis, Mr. (servant) [1 reference]

St. Louis, Ordre de [6 references]

St. Lucia, W.I. [13 references + 2 subentries]

St. Malo, France [5 references]

St. Martin [1 reference]

St. Martin, France [2 references]

St. Martin, M. [3 references]

St. Martin, W.I. [8 references + 1 subentry]

St. Martin-de-Ré, France [2 references]

St. Mary's [See redirect]

St. Mary's Bay [2 references]

St. Mary's Isle, Scotland [3 references + 1 subentry]

St. Mary's River, Florida [1 reference]

St. Mémin, Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de, portrait of JA [2 references]

Saint Michel (French ship of the line) [2 references]

Saint Milleran, Johan von [1 subentry]

St. Nazaire, France [9 references]

St. Olympe, M. de [3 references]

St. Omer, France [1 reference]

St. Patrick's Day [1 reference]

St. Patrick's Society [1 reference]

St. Paul [4 references]

St. Paul de Léon, France [1 reference]

St. Peter [2 references]

St. Peter and St. Paul's Day [1 reference]

St. Petersburg, Florida [1 reference]

St. Petersburg, Russia [19 references + 34 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

St. Pierre, Martinique [15 references]

St. Priest, François Emmanuel Guignard, Comte de [2 references]

Saint Saphorin, Armand François Louis de Mestral de (Danish minister to the Netherlands) [1 reference + 6 subentries]

St. Sebastian [1 reference]

St. Simon-Montbléru, Claude Anne de Rouvroy, Marquis de (French army officer) [2 references]

St. Tammany [See redirect]

St. Tammany Society [See redirect]

St. Thomas Jenifer, Daniel of (delegate from Md.) [1 reference]

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands [8 references]

St. Val (French actress) [1 reference]

St. Vincent, Cape, Portugal [1 reference]

St. Vincent, Don Joseph (Spanish general) [4 references]

St. Vincent, W.I. [15 references]

Saint-Germain, Claude-Louis, Comte de [1 reference]

Saintonge Regiment [2 references]

Saints, Battle of the [5 references + 5 subentries]

Salacia (wife of Neptune) [1 reference]

Salaries, colonial, paid by Townshend Act revenues [3 references]

Saldanha Bay, South Africa [2 references]

Salem Gazette (Mass.) [2 references]

Salem Iron Factory [1 reference]

Salem Township (Orleans County), Vt. [2 references]

Salem, Mass. [30 references + 23 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Salisbury (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Salisbury, Bishop of [See redirect]

Salisbury, Conn. [2 references]

Salisbury, England [2 references]

Salisbury, Lady [See redirect]

Salisbury, Martha [See redirect]

Salisbury, Mass. [2 references]

Salisbury, Mr. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Salkeld, William, Reports of Cases ... in the Court of King's Bench [10 references]

Sallande, Mr. de (grand bailiff of Overijssel) [1 reference]

Sallust [4 references + 6 subentries]

Sally (Amer. merchant ship) [2 references]

Sally (Amer. ship) [1 reference]

Sally (British sloop) [2 references]

Sally (Dutch ship) [2 references]

Sally (Mass. brig) [1 reference]

Sally (U.S. brig) [1 reference]

Sally (brig, Capt. Stocker) [1 reference]

Sally (later Columbus) [1 reference]

Sally (sloop) [1 reference]

Sally (sloop) [1 reference]

Sally, Amer. merchant ship [1 reference]

Sally, British merchant ship [1 reference]

Salm Krybourg, Friedrich, Rhinegrave of [2 references]

Salmasius, Claudius [1 reference]

Salmon Brook, Conn. [1 reference]

Salmon, Catharine Louisa [See redirect]

Salmon, Thomas [3 subentries]

Salomon, Mr. (of Paris) [1 reference]

Salt [18 references + 2 subentries]

Salt Hill, England [2 references]

Salt Tortuga Island [1 reference]

Salt-marsh hay, in No. 32 [4 references]

Saltash, England [1 reference]

Salter, Malachy [1 reference]

Salter, Richard, deposition, No. 58 [1 reference]

Salter, Thomas [1 reference]

Saltonstall family, of Mass. [1 reference]

Saltonstall, Anna White (wife of Nathaniel) [1 reference]

Saltonstall, Capt. Dudley (Continental Navy) [4 references + 3 subentries]

Saltonstall, Dr. Nathaniel (of Haverhill) [4 references]

Saltonstall, Sir Richard (1586-1658), or his son Richard (ca. 1610-1694) [4 references]

Saltonstall, Col. Richard (1732-1785, sheriff of Essex County) [3 references]

Saltonstall, Judge Richard (1703-1756, Superior Court justice) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Saltpeter [2 references + 19 subentries]

Salvius, Mr. (from Sweden) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Sambo Indians [1 reference]

Sambreo [See redirect]

Sammuramat (Assyrian regent) [1 reference]

Sampson (Samson), Capt. Simeon (Mass. Navy) [36 references + 1 subentry]

Sampson, P., witness, No. 34 [1 reference]

San (Sanz), Ramon [5 references]

San Carlos (Spanish privateer) [1 reference]

San Carlos Island [1 reference]

San Juan River, Nicaragua [2 references]

San Juan le Sahagun, Spain [1 reference]

San Sebastian, Spain [4 references]

San Fernando Raymond (Ferdinando Ramon), (pseudonym used by JA) [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

San, Raymon (Spanish muleteer, from whose name JA's pseudonym derived) [1 reference]

Sandeman, Robert [2 references]

Sandemanians (religious sect) [4 references]

Sanders, Daniel [1 reference]

Sanders, Daniel Clarke (H.C. 1788) [2 references]

Sanders, Mary, Petition of [1 reference]

Sanderson, Dr. (British author) [1 reference]

Sanderson, John, Signers to the Declaration [2 references]

Sandheuvel [See redirect]

Sands, Dr., reports CA seen in Bilbao [1 reference]

Sandusky, Ohio [See redirect]

Sandwich, 4th Earl of [See redirect]

Sandwich, England [1 reference]

Sandwich, Mass. [9 references]

Sandy Hook, N.J. [16 references]

Sandy Hook, N.Y. [3 references]

Sandys, Sir Edwin [2 references]

Sanford, Grizell (Thomas Hutchinson’s sister-in-law) [1 reference]

Sang, Philip D. [1 reference]

Sangrain, Pierre Tourtille (French merchant) [2 references]

Sanhedrin [1 reference]

Sannois, France [2 references]

Sans Peur (French privateer) [1 reference]

Sans Souci, Alias Free and Easy [2 references]

Sanson, Mademoiselle de (French corsetmaker) [2 references]

Santa Cruce (St. Croix?) [2 references]

Santa Maria del Corbo, Spain [2 references]

Santander, Spain [2 references]

Santheuvel, Bartholomeus van den (Holland deputy to and president of States General) [12 references]

Santiago de Compostela, Spain [2 references + 4 subentries]

Santo Domingo [5 references]

Santorio, Santorio (Sanctorius), De Medicina Statica and Franklin’s theory of colds [1 reference]

Saportas, Isaac [1 reference]

Saportas, Joseph [1 reference]

Saportas, Samuel (Amsterdam broker) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Sappho [1 reference]

Saracens [1 reference]

Saratoga (Continental brigantine) [17 references]

Saratoga Convention (1777) [12 references + 5 subentries]

Saratoga Convention Troops [1 reference]

Saratoga, Battle of [20 references]

Saratoga, N.Y. [1 reference]

Sardam, Netherlands [2 references]

Sardinia [18 references]

Sarepta (pet bird?) [1 reference]

Sargeant [3 “see also” entries]

Sargeant, Christopher (brother of Nathaniel P. Sargeant) [1 reference]

Sargeant, Daniel [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Sargeant, Mary Pickering Leavitt (wife of Nathaniel Peaslee) [4 references]

Sargeant, Nathaniel Peaslee (Mass. Superior Court) [7 references + 13 subentries]

Sargeant, Susannah (Sukey, daughter of Nathaniel Peaslee) [4 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Sargeant, Tabitha (daughter of Nathaniel Peaslee) [4 references]

Sargeant, William Hill [2 subentries]

Sargent [3 “see also” entries]

Sargent, Daniel (of the Ranger) [2 references]

Sargent (Sergant), Epes (tory shipowner of Gloucester, Mass.) [1 reference]

Sargent (Sergeant), Capt. Nathaniel (of Cape Ann) [1 reference]

Sargent, Col. Paul Dudley [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Sark, Channel Islands [1 reference]

Sarley, Jacob (of N.Y.) [3 references]

Sarsfield, Guy Claude, Comte de (French officer and writer) [4 references + 17 subentries]

Sarsfield, Jacques-Hyacinthe, Vicomte de [2 references]

Sartine, Antoine Raymond Jean Gualbert Gabriel de (French naval minister) [4 references + 77 subentries]

Sartine, Marie Anne Hardy du Plessis, Mme. de [4 references]

Sassafras River, Md. [1 reference]

Saturn [1 reference]

Saturn (merchant ship) [1 reference]

Saturn, ring of [1 reference]

Saucerotte, Mlle. [See redirect]

Saucy Jack (Mass. privateer) [1 reference]

Saul (Biblical character) [1 reference]

Sault Ste. Marie (“St. Mary's”), Mich. [1 reference]

Saumase, Mr. (at The Hague) [1 reference]

Saunders, Daniel C. (H.C. 1788) [1 reference]

Saunders (Sanders), Sir Edmund [2 references]

Saunders, Mr. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Saunders, Phillip (master of Neptune) [1 reference]

Saunders, Thomas [1 reference]

Saunderson, Nicholas, Elements of Algebra [2 references]

Saunier, Mlle. (French dancer) [1 reference]

Saurey (Sawrey), Mrs. (wife of Miles/Michael) [1 reference]

Saurey (Sawrey), Miles (Michael) (merchant of Plymouth, England, aided Amer. prisoners) [5 references]

Saurin, Bernard Joseph, Beverlei [2 references]

Sauterne (French wine region) [2 references]

Sauvigny, Edmé Louis Billardon de, Abdir [2 references]

Savage, Edward [2 references]

Savage, Rowland, in No. 49 [1 reference]

Savage, Samuel Phillips [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Savannah River [3 references]

Savannah, Ga. [17 references + 6 subentries]

Savannah, Ga., Battle of [1 reference]

Savary, Jacques, and Postlethwayt's Dictionary [1 reference]

Savery, Thomas, British inventor [1 reference]

Savil, Ann Adams (wife of Elisha) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Savil, Benjamin (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Savil, Deacon (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Savil, Edward (of Braintree, prisoner of war) [4 references + 4 subentries]

Savil, Dr. Elisha (1724-1768, cousin of JA by marriage) [10 subentries]

Savil, Mr. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Savil, Mrs. (widow of Deacon Savil) [2 references]

Saville, Sir George (M.P.) [9 references + 1 subentry]

Savile, Sir George, 1st Marquis of Halifax, Character of a Trimmer [2 references]

Savin Hill [See redirect]

Saving-to-suitors clause (28 U.S.C. §1333) [1 reference]

Savoy [1 reference]

Sawbridge, Catharine [See redirect]

Sawbridge, John (M.P.) [7 references + 4 subentries]

Sawen, Eliphalet (of Braintree) [2 references]

Sawrey, Michael [See redirect]

Sawyer's (Sohier's) tavern (near Newburyport) [11 references]

Sawyer, Dr. Micajah (of Newburyport) [5 references]

Sawyer, Mrs. (wife of Micajah) [1 reference]

Sawyer, Mr. [1 reference]

Sawyer, William (H.C. 1788) [4 references]

Sawyer, William, witness, No. 63 [1 reference]

Saxe, Hermann-Maurice, Comte de [4 references + 3 subentries]

Saxe-Teschen, Albrecht Kasimir August, Duke of (co-governor general of the Austrian Netherlands) [1 reference]

Saxe-Teschen, Maria Christine, Duchess of (co-governor general of the Austrian Netherlands) [1 reference]

Saxons [2 references]

Saxony [4 references + 3 subentries]

Saybrook, Conn. [1 reference]

Sayer, Capt. [1 reference]

Sayer, Robert (London print seller) [2 references]

Sayre, Stephen (N.Y. merchant) [2 references + 12 subentries]

Sayre, Stephen [1 reference]

Sayward, Deacon Jonathan [2 references + 5 subentries]

Scadden, Scaddin [See redirect]

Scaliger, Joseph Justus [1 reference]

Scalping [2 references]

Scammell, Col. Alexander [1 reference]

Scarborough, England [1 reference]

Scarborough, Maine [2 references + 4 subentries]

Scaven, Netherlands [1 reference]

Scheffer, Count Ulrik (Swedish foreign minister) [1 reference]

Scheinemann, Henry [1 subentry]

Scheldt River [9 references]

Schepper, De (at The Hague) [1 reference]

Scheveningen (Scheveling), Netherlands [5 references]

Schiebe, Mr. (traveling companion) [6 references]

Schiedam, Netherlands [3 references + 5 subentries]

Schlosser, George (of Penn.) [2 references]

Schmidt & Molich (Charleston, S.C.) [1 reference]

Schmidt, Isaak (Dutch painter) [3 subentries]

Schoff, S. A., engraving by [2 references]

Schoharie, N.Y. [1 reference]

School for Reform [See redirect]

School for Scandal [See redirect]

Schools [7 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Schoonderloo (Dutch warship) [2 references]

Schoonhoven, Netherlands [2 references]

Schorn, Agatha Marchand (wife of Henrich; Amsterdam landlady) [10 references]

Schorn, Henrich [6 references + 1 subentry]

Schout (Dutch boat) [1 reference]

Schouten, Hermanus Petrus (Dutch artist) [1 subentry]

Schuer, Theodoor van der (Dutch artist) [1 reference]

Schulenberg, Louis Rodolph, Baron von (Prussian minister of war) [2 references]

Schuyler, Catherine van Rensselaer (wife of Philip) [1 reference]

Schuyler, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Schuyler, Maj. Gen. Philip [3 references + 29 subentries]

Schuylkill River [8 references + 4 subentries]

Schwartenbourg, Baron van (deputy to States General) [1 reference]

Schweighauser, John Daniel (U.S. commercial agent at Nantes) [5 references + 44 subentries]

Schweighauser, Mrs. (wife of John Daniel) [4 references]

Schwenkfelders [3 references]

Schwenksville, Penn. [1 reference]

Science [6 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Scilicet (Ss.), defined [1 reference]

Scilly, Isles of [4 references + 1 subentry]

Scipio Africanus, Publius Cornelius [9 references]

Scire facias, writ of [1 reference]

Scituate, Mass. [10 references]

Scollay, John [3 references + 2 subentries]

Scollay, Mrs. (in Salem, Mass.) [1 reference]

Scorpion (Brit. sloop) [1 reference]

Scot, Miss (friend of AA2) [1 reference]

Scotland [25 references + 8 subentries]

Scots Brigade [7 references]

Scott's Tavern (Palmer, Mass.) [1 reference]

Scott, Capt. (of the Golden Eagle) [1 reference]

Scott, Capt. (of the Hayley) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Scott, Capt. (of the Boston Packet) [1 reference]

Scott, Edward (secy. to Gen. Alexander Leslie, Brit.) [1 reference]

Scott, Capt. James (of the United States and of the Edward) [3 references + 3 subentries]

Scott, James, Duke of Monmouth [3 references]

Scott, Brig. Gen. John Morin (N.Y. member of Congress) [6 references + 5 subentries]

Scott, Mrs. (wife of John Morin) [1 reference]

Scott, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Palmer, Mass.) [2 references]

Scott, Mrs. [1 reference]

Scott, Peter R. [1 reference]

Scott, S. P., Civil Law [1 reference]

Scott, Sir Walter [2 “see also” entries]

Scottish Highlanders [3 references]

Scott’s drill manual [See redirect]

Scourge (Mass. privateer) [1 reference]

Scout (or scoot), (Dutch river boat) [2 references]

Scravensvert, Mr. [1 reference]

Screw, theory of the [1 reference]

Scrofula (King's-Evil) [2 references]

Scroggs, Sir William [1 reference]

Scull, Nicholas (cartographer) [1 reference]

Scull, Peter [1 reference]

Scull, William (cartographer) [1 reference]

Sculpture [6 references + 6 subentries]

Scurvy [4 references]

Scylla and Charybdis [1 reference]

“Sea Beggars” [2 references]

Sea Nymph (Amer. brig) [See redirect]

Sea-to-sea clause [4 references]

Seabury, Bishop Samuel [2 references]

Seachonk Plain [See redirect]

Seaford (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Seal of the United States [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Seale, R. W. (engraver) [1 reference]

Seaman v. Fonereau [1 reference]

Seamen [1 reference + 8 subentries]

Seamstresess [See redirect]

Search and seizure, freedom from illegal, No. 44 [6 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Searl, Jeremiah, witness, No. 31 [1 reference]

Searle, Ann Smith (wife of James) [3 references]

Searle, Mr. and Mrs. George [1 reference]

Searle, Col. James (merchant, Penn. member of congress) [5 references + 39 subentries]

Sears, Col. (of Boston, shipowner) [1 reference]

Sears, David (Boston merchant) [1 reference]

Sears, David, carries letters to JA [2 references]

Sears, Isaac (N.Y. merchant, Son of Liberty) [11 references + 2 subentries]

Sears, Mrs. (wife of Isaac) [2 references]

Sears (Siers), Capt. Micajah, witness, No. 43 [3 references]

Sears, Rebecca (daughter of Isaac) [5 references]

Sears, Sarah (Sally, daughter of Isaac) [2 references]

Sears, Stephen, in No. 43 [1 reference]

Seat of government [See redirect]

Seaver [See redirect]

Seberino, Eosebio (Eusebio, Spanish muleteer) [3 references]

Sebrero, Spain [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Sebring, John (of Providence, R.I.) [1 reference]

Seckendorff, Karl Siegmund Freiherr, Baron von [1 reference]

Secker, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Second Discours d'un bon Hollandaise [2 references]

Secondat, Baron de [See redirect]

Secqueville, M. [1 reference]

Secret Committee [See redirect]

Secret Correspondence Committee [See redirect]

Secret Journals of Acts and Proceedings of Congress [3 references]

Secrets Worth Knowing [See redirect]

Security, to discharge attachment, No. 12 [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Sedaine, Michel Jean [5 subentries]

Seddon, Samuel (solicitor to the Admiralty) [1 reference]

Sedgwick (Continental Army officer?) [1 reference]

Sedgwick, Theodore (Mass. member of Congress) [2 references]

Seduction, action for [1 reference]

Seekonk Plain (Seachonk), Mass. [1 reference]

Seger, Dr. George (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Segur (wine of Medoc) [1 reference]

Ségur, Philippe Henri, Maréchal de [1 reference]

Seider (Snider, Syder), Christopher, victim, No. 59 [8 references]

Seine (French merchant ship) [2 references]

Seine River, France [17 references]

Seisin, allegation and proof of, No. 17 [1 reference]

Selby, John [3 references]

Selby, William [5 references]

Selden, John [4 subentries]

Select Essays upon Husbandry [1 reference]

Self-defense [6 subentries]

Selim (fictional character) [2 references]

Selkirk, Helen, Countess of [2 references + 1 subentry]

Selkirk, Dunbar Douglas, 4th Earl of [1 reference]

Selkrig (Selkrigg), James, witness, No. 64 [4 references]

Sellada el Camino, Spain [3 references]

Sellea, Elijah, in No. 2 [1 reference]

Sellers, Charles Coleman, Franklin in Portraiture [1 reference]

Sellers, Francis [1 reference]

Sellers, William (publisher, Pennsylvania Gazette) [1 reference]

Selman, Capt. John, leads naval expedition [2 references]

Semayne v. Gresham [2 references]

Semigallia, Polish province [1 reference]

Semiramis [2 references]

Sempronius [1 reference]

Senate, U.S. [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus [6 references]

Seneca Indians [2 references]

Senegal, West Africa [3 references]

Senés, Mr. [1 subentry]

“Senex” articles on Deane affair [1 reference]

Senlis, France [1 reference]

Senneville, Capt. (of La Sensible and the Nymph) [2 references]

Sensible, La (French frigate) [29 references + 18 subentries]

Senter, Dr. Isaac [1 reference]

Separation (matrimonial) [See redirect]

Separation of judicial and legislative powers [See redirect]

Serane (Serano), Mr. (in Boston) [5 references]

Serapis (British frigate) [15 references]

Sergeant [3 “see also” entries]

Sergeant, Jonathan Dickinson [3 references + 23 subentries]

Serin (French corvette) [1 reference]

Serjeant [3 “see also” entries]

Serjeant, Jonathan, witness, No. 7 [1 reference]

Serjeant, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Leicester, Mass.) [1 reference]

Serjeant, Samuel (Chelsea selectman) [1 reference]

Serjeant, Rev. Winwood [4 subentries]

Sermeño [See redirect]

Serre, Henri [1 reference]

Serres, Dominique, painting by [2 references]

Sertorius [2 references]

Servants [2 references + 21 subentries]

Setaro (Setare), Mr. (from Portugal) [1 reference]

Settlement (poor law) [2 subentries]

Settlement of actions [6 subentries]

Settlement, Act of [1 reference]

Seven Years' War [5 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Sevenwouden (quarter of Friesland) [1 reference]

Sever, James [4 references]

Sever, John (H.C. 1787) [5 subentries]

Sever, Sarah Warren (wife of William, sister of James) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Sever, Sarah [3 references + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Sever (Seaver), William [2 references]

Sever, William [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Sévigné, Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise de [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Sevigny, M. de [1 subentry]

Sewall [1 “see also” entry]

Sewall v. Hancock [2 references + 4 subentries]

Sewall's Point, Brookline, Mass. [2 references]

Sewall, David (lawyer of York, Maine) [3 references + 15 subentries]

Sewall, Elizabeth Quincy (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Sewall, Esther Quincy (1738-1810, wife of Jonathan, daughter of Justice Edmund Quincy) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Sewall, Jonathan (1728-1796, husband of Esther Quincy) [11 references + 60 subentries]

Sewall, Jonathan M. (of Portsmouth, N.H.) [3 references]

Sewall, Jonathan Jr. (1766-1839, chief justice of New Brunswick, Canada; son of Chief Justice Jonathan) [1 reference]

Sewall, Rev. Joseph (minister of Old South Church) [9 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Sewall, Mitchell [1 reference]

Sewall, Mr. (tavernkeeper of N.H.) [1 reference]

Sewall, Samuel (Boston selectman), in No. 33 [1 reference]

Sewall, Samuel (Chief Justice) [4 references]

Sewall, Samuel (of Boston), in Form XIII [1 reference]

Sewall, Samuel, called before Harvard faculty for misconduct (1777) [1 reference]

Sewall, Stephen (Harvard professor) [4 references + 5 subentries]

Sewall, Stephen (Chief Justice) [2 references + 4 subentries]

Sewall, Stephen, solicitor general of New Brunswick, Canada [1 reference]

Seward [See redirect]

Seward, William H. [2 references]

Seward, William Wenman [1 reference]

Sewel, William (Willem), Nieuw Woordenboek [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Seymour, Edward, Duke of Somerset [1 reference]

Seymour, Juliana, On the Management and Education of Children [1 reference]

Seymour, Thomas (of Hartford, Conn.) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Shadwick [See redirect]

Shaftesbury, Earl of [See redirect]

Shakespeare, William [46 subentries]

Shaler (Shaylor), Mrs. (tavernkeeper of Middletown, Conn.) [1 reference]

Shaler (Shaylor), Nat. (bookkeeper of Middletown, Conn.) [1 reference]

Shalhouse, Mr. [1 reference]

Shammony [See redirect]

Shamshi-Adad V (Assyrian king) [1 reference]

Shank v. Shank [1 reference]

Shank's Mill, N.J. [1 reference]

Shannon, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Easton, Penn.) [1 reference]

Shaple, John [1 reference]

Shapleigh, Edward (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Sharon (formerly Stoughtonham), Mass. [2 subentries]

Sharon, Conn. [1 reference]

Sharp family, of Newport, Isle of Wight [1 reference]

Sharp, Granville [3 subentries]

Sharp, John, archbishop of York, Works [1 reference]

Sharp, Robert [1 reference]

Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Robert [1 reference]

Sharpe, Susannah White [1 reference]

Sharples, Ellen or John, portrait by [2 references]

Shattuck [See redirect]

Shattuck, Capt. Job (of Groton) [8 references]

Shattuck, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Portland, Maine) [1 reference]

Shaw family, papers in Library of Congress [1 reference]

Shaw, Benjamin and wife, Charity Smith [1 reference]

Shaw, Capt., and raid on Long Island, Boston Harbor [1 reference]

Shaw, Dorothy [1 reference]

Shaw, Elizabeth Quincy (Betsy, 1780-1798, daughter of John and Elizabeth Smith ) [2 references + 12 subentries]

Shaw, Elizabeth Smith (1750-1815, wife 1st of John, 2d of Stephen Peabody, sister of AA) [87 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Shaw, Francis, defendant, Form V [1 reference]

Shaw, Rev. John (1748-1794, 1st husband of Elizabeth Smith, brother-in-law of AA) [1 reference + 62 subentries]

Shaw, Rev. John, Sr. (of Bridgewater) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Shaw, Joseph, The Practical Justice of Peace [5 references]

Shaw, Josiah Crocker (H.C. 1789) [1 reference]

Shaw, Chief Justice Lemuel [1 subentry]

Shaw, Mr. (legal client of JA) [1 reference]

Shaw, Rev. Oakes [1 reference]

Shaw, William Smith (1778-1826, nephew of AA, later called “Athenaeum” Shaw) [1 reference + 11 subentries]

Shaw, witness, No. 6 [1 reference]

Shaxton v. Shaxton [1 reference]

Shays' Rebellion [5 references + 25 subentries]

Shays, Capt. Daniel (of Pelham) [2 references + 3 subentries]

She Stoops to Conquer [See redirect]

Sheaff, Mr. (collector of the port of Boston) [1 reference]

Sheaffe v. The Triton, No. 48 [10 references]

Sheaffe, Ann (Nancy) [1 reference]

Sheaffe, Edward (of Charlestown, Mass.) [1 reference]

Sheaffe, Susanna Child (of Boston) [3 references]

Sheaffe (Sheaf), William [2 subentries]

Shebbeare (Sherbear, Shybear), Rev. John, Letters on the English Nation [6 references]

Shee, John, letter to Continental Congress [1 reference]

Sheep [3 references]

Sheepscott, Maine [1 reference]

Sheerness, England [1 reference]

Sheffield, Capt. Aaron (of Newport, R.I.) [4 references]

Sheffield, England [2 references]

Sheffield, John, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby [2 references]

Sheffield, Mrs. (of London) [3 references]

Shehane, John (burglar) [2 references]

Shelburne, William Petty, 2d Earl of (Brit. secy. of state, later prime minister) [7 references + 35 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Shelburne, Nova Scotia [4 references]

Sheldon, Col. Elisha (2d Continental dragoons) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Sheldon, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Suffield, Conn.) [1 reference]

Shellelagh (Penn. privateer) [2 references]

Shenstone, William (of Shropshire, England) [4 references]

Shepard, Joseph, in JA's accounts [1 reference]

Shepard, Rev. Samuel, writes to Mary Mason Norton [1 reference]

Shepard (Shepherd), William (of Westfield, Continental officer) [6 references + 2 subentries]

Shepherd, James, claimant in No. 58 [8 references]

Shepherd, Mrs. (Englishwoman) [1 reference]

Sheppard, Samuel, challenged talesman, No. 64 [1 reference]

Sheppard, William [2 subentries]

Sherborn (Sherburne), Mass. [3 references]

Sherbune, Daniel and Samuel (owners of McClary) [1 reference]

Sherburn, Maj. John Samuel (U.S.) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Sherburne, Daniel (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Sherburne, Maj. Henry [1 reference]

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley (M.P., playwright) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Sheridan, Thomas [1 subentry]

Sheriff, Maj. William (British) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Sheriff, action against for deputy's neglect [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Sheriffs [11 references]

Sherlock, Thomas, bishop of London, or William, dean of St. Paul's, London (“Dr. Shirlock”), sermons of [1 reference]

Sherman, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Grafton, Mass.) [1 reference]

Sherman, Roger (delegate from Conn.) [6 references + 13 subentries]

Sherman, William [1 reference]

Sherman, William, Jr. [1 reference]

Sherwin, C. (engraver) [1 reference]

Shields, Col. Hugh (U.S.) [1 reference]

Shiell, Dr. Hugh [5 references]

Shillaber (Shillibeare), William, witness, No. 10 [3 references]

Shillala (Amer. armed ship) [1 reference]

Shipbuilders, colonial, and trade system [1 reference]

Shipbuilding and shipwrights [20 references + 1 subentry]

Shipley, Anna Maria Mordaunt (wife of Jonathan) [4 references]

Shipley, Betsy or Catherine (daughters of Jonathan) [3 references]

Shipley, John [1 reference]

Shipley, Jonathan, Bishop of St. Asaph [1 reference + 11 subentries]

Shipley, Mrs. (wife of Jonathan) [1 reference]

Shipley, Miss (daughter of Jonathan Shipley) [1 reference]

Shippen, Alice Lee (wife of William, Jr.) [2 references + 5 subentries]

Shippen, Edward [2 references]

Shippen, Thomas Lee (son of William, Jr.) [7 subentries]

Shippen, Dr. William, Sr. (1712-1801) [1 reference]

Shippen, Dr. William, Jr. (1736-1808, of Philadelphia) [10 references + 9 subentries]

Shippen, brother of William Shippen Jr. or Sr. [1 reference]

Shipping, cases concerning [6 references]

Ships, origin and manning regulated [1 reference]

Shipton, Clifford K. [2 subentries]

Shirley, Harriet [See redirect]

Shirley, Henry (attached to British embassy in Paris) [1 reference]

Shirley, William (governor of Mass.) [2 references + 15 subentries]

Shirlock [See redirect]

Shoemaker, Isaac [1 reference]

Shoemaker, Samuel [1 reference]

Shoemakers [1 reference]

Shoolbred v. Bourne [1 reference]

Shoolbred v. Greenough et al. [1 reference]

Shoolbred v. Greenough Exrs. [1 reference]

Shopenhauer Bros. [1 subentry]

Shores, William (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Short Narrative of the Claims of the Heirs of Samuel Allen [1 reference]

Short Narrative of the Horrid Massacre in Boston, A [4 subentries]

Short View of the Lord High Admiral's Jurisdiction [1 reference]

Short, James (maker of telescopes) [1 reference]

Short, John, witness, No. 61 [1 reference]

Short, John, witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Short, William (Jefferson's secretary) [13 references + 9 subentries]

Short, William (Amer. merchant) [1 reference]

Shorthand, JQA's use of [1 reference]

Shower, Sir Bartholomew, Reports [7 references]

Shrewsbury (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Shrewsbury, Mass. [5 references]

Shropshire, England [2 references]

Shubrick, Thomas, Jr. (of S.C.) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Shuker, Thomas [1 subentry]

Shuldham, Molyneux (British admiral) [3 references]

Shurden [See redirect]

Shurtliff (Shurtleffe), Benjamin, witness, No. 25 [2 references]

Shute, Rev. Daniel (of Hingham) [9 references]

Shute, Daniel [1 reference]

Shute, Daniel, Jr. [1 reference]

Shute, Mr. [1 reference]

Shute, Samuel (governor of Mass.) [2 subentries]

Shuttlesworth, Rev. Samuel (of Dedham) [3 references]

Shybear [See redirect]

Siau, Capt. de [1 reference]

Siberia [5 references]

Siberian wheat [2 subentries]

Sibley, John Langdon [1 subentry]

Sicilies, Kingdom of the Two, ports opened to Amer. ships [6 references]

Sicily [6 references]

Siddons, Sarah Kemble (British actress) [2 references + 10 subentries]

Siddons, William (Brit. actor) [3 references]

Siderfin, Sir Thomas, Reports [2 references]

Sidmouth, Devonshire [1 reference]

Sidney (Sydney), Algernon (1622-1683, Brit. politician) [15 references + 5 subentries]

Sidney, Philip [1 reference]

Sidon [1 reference]

Sierra Morena, Spain [1 reference]

Siers, Capt. Micajah, witness, No. 43 [See redirect]

Sieyès, Emmanuel Joseph, Abbé [1 reference]

Sigourney, Charles (sometime partner of Ingraham & Bromfield, Amer. merchants in Amsterdam) [7 references]

Sigourney, Ingraham, & Bromfield (Amer. mercantile firm in Amsterdam, later Ingraham and Bromfield) [4 references + 8 subentries]

Silesia, Prussia [3 references]

Silk [3 references]

Silley, James, witness, No. 56 [8 references]

Silver [5 references + 5 subentries]

Silvester, Israel, witness, No. 15 [1 reference]

“Silvia” [See redirect]

Simes, Thomas [2 subentries]

Similiter (pleading term) [2 subentries]

Simmons [See redirect]

Simmons (Symmons), Mr. (Falmouth factor for English lumber merchants) [1 reference]

Simolin, Ivan Matveevich (Russian minister to Great Britain) [10 references]

Simon, Peter (petition to Continental Congress) [1 reference]

Simpkins, John (H.C. 1786) [2 subentries]

“Simple Sapling” [See redirect]

Simpson and Co. [See redirect]

Simpson, James [2 references]

Simpson, Jonathan [3 references]

Simpson, Joseph, witness, No. 64 [9 references]

Simpson, Mary Boylston (1714-1775, wife of Nathan, aunt of JA) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Simpson, Nathan (uncle of JA) [2 references]

Simpson, Theophilus (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Simpson, Lt. Thomas (of the Ranger) [2 references + 19 subentries]

Simpson, William, witness, No. 61 [1 reference]

Simsbury, Conn. [1 reference]

Simson (Simpson), Robert (editor of Euclid) [1 reference]

Simul cum, defined [1 reference]

Sinclair [See redirect]

Sinclair, Sir John [1 reference]

Sinclair, Mr., in No. 56 [5 references]

Sinepuxent, Md. [4 references]

Singler, Well de (seaman on the Courier de l'Amérique) [3 references]

Sion (Syon) House (Brit. estate) [7 references]

Sir William Irskine (N.Y. loyalist privateer) [1 reference]

Siren (British brig) [1 reference]

Siret, Pierre Louis, Elémens de la langue anglaise [1 reference]

Sittingbourne, England [1 reference]

Six Nations [5 references + 1 “see also” entry]

“Six Principle” churches [See redirect]

Skåne, Province of Sweden [1 reference]

Skene, Philip [3 references + 5 subentries]

Skenesborough, N.Y. [2 references]

Skillman, Rev. Isaac, and fortification of Boston Harbor [1 reference]

Skimmer, Capt. John (Amer. naval commander) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Skinner, Col. Abraham (deputy commissary general of prisoners) [2 references]

Skinner, Courtland (N.Y. loyalist) [3 references]

Skinner, Capt. Henry (of the Apollo) [4 references]

Skinner, Robert, Reports [3 references]

Skinner, William(?) [1 reference]

Slacon, G. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Slade, William (U.S. Repr., Vt.) [1 “see also” entry]

Slander [See redirect]

Slander per se [See redirect]

Slaves and Slavery [15 references + 49 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England [1 reference]

Sledan [See redirect]

Sleighs [See redirect]

Slew v. Whipple, No. 38 [8 references]

Slew, Betty, in No. 38 [1 reference]

Slew, Jenny, plaintiff, No. 38 [2 references]

Slidell, Alexander [See redirect]

Slingelandt, Mr. (student at Latin Academy) [1 reference]

Sloan, David (of Braintree) [4 references]

Sloane, Sir Hans [1 reference]

Sloet tot de Haar, at The Hague [1 reference]

Sloper, Mr. and Mrs. William Charles [1 reference]

Slough, England [1 reference]

Sloughter (Slaughter), Henry [1 reference]

Sluman (Slewman), Mr. (of Boston) [1 reference]

Slyfield, Andrew (of the Fancy) [1 reference]

Small, Maj. John (Brit. commander in Boston) [2 references]

Small, John, defendant, Form XXVIII [1 reference]

Small, Lt., and rumored conspiracy of African Americans in Boston [1 reference]

Smalley, Zechariah, witness, No. 43 [4 references]

Smallpox [10 references + 15 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Smallwood, Capt. (of the Neptune) [1 reference]

Smallwood, Brig. Gen. William (of Md.) [5 references]

Smedley, Capt. Samuel (of the General Sullivan, later Heer Adams) [2 references + 6 subentries]

Smelco, Albert [1 reference]

Smelt, Leonard [2 subentries]

Smibert, John (artist) [1 reference]

Sminia, A. I. V. (secy. of Provincial States of Friesland) [4 references]

Smith & Codman [See redirect]

Smith dem. Dormer v. Parkhurst et al. [1 reference]

Smith family [4 subentries]

Smith v. Bramston [1 reference]

Smith v. Brown [1 reference]

Smith v. Browne & Cooper [2 references]

Smith v. Child [1 reference]

Smith v. Frampton [1 reference]

Smith v. Fuller, No. 21 [4 references]

Smith v. Gould [1 reference]

Smith v. Rice [1 reference]

“Smith's Valley,” Lebanon, N.Y. [1 reference]

Smith, Abigail [See redirect]

Smith, Abigail Adams, 2d (1765-1813, wife of William Stephens) [See redirect]

Smith, Abigail Fowle (1679–1760, wife of William, grandmother of AA), identified [1 reference]

Smith, Adam [3 subentries]

Smith, Ann (Philadelphia laundress) [1 reference]

Smith, Anna [See redirect]

Smith, Atkins, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Smith, Barzillai, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Smith, Belinda (sister of William Stephens) [1 reference]

Smith, Benjamin (1717-1770, of Charleston, S.C., grandson of Thomas the sea captain, 1665-1690) [1 reference]

Smith, Benjamin (1757-1826, of South Carolina, later governor of North Carolina, son of Thomas, 1720-1790) [4 subentries]

Smith, Branford [1 reference]

Smith, C. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Smith, Maj. Calvin [2 subentries]

Smith, Capt. (of the Fair American) [1 reference]

Smith, Caroline Amelia [See redirect]

Smith, Catharine Louisa Salmon (1749-1824, wife of William, Jr.) [9 references + 15 subentries]

Smith, Charity [See redirect]

Smith, Charles Salmon (1779-1797, son of William, Jr.) [3 references]

Smith, Clement [1 reference]

Smith, Daniel (Philadelphia tavernkeeper) [4 references]

Smith, David, deposition of, No. 58 [2 references]

Smith, Dorothy, witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

Smith, Dr., witness, No. 1 [2 references]

Smith, Dr., witness, No. 3 [1 reference]

Smith, Rev. Ebenezer (of Ashfield) [2 references]

Smith, Ebenezer, in No. 1 [6 references]

Smith, Elias, plaintiff, No. 21 [2 references]

Smith, Elizabeth [3 references]

Smith, Elizabeth (1750-1815, sister of AA) [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Smith, Elizabeth (Betsy, 1770-1849, daughter of Isaac, Sr.) [15 references + 13 subentries]

Smith, Elizabeth (Betsy, 1771-1854, daughter of William, Jr.) [1 reference + 7 subentries]

Smith, Elizabeth Hall (1843-1911) [1 reference]

Smith, Elizabeth Quincy (1721-1775, wife of Rev. William, mother of AA) [12 subentries]

Smith, Elizabeth Storer (1726-1786, wife of Isaac, Sr., aunt of AA) [9 references + 22 subentries]

Smith, Frances Coape (wife of William, of Clapham) [6 subentries]

Smith, Gamaliel, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Smith, Capt. George (of Nantucket, Mass.) [1 reference]

Smith, Dr. Godfrey? (of Newburyport) [5 references]

Smith, Hannah Carter (b. 1764, wife of William, daughter-in-law of Isaac Smith Sr.) [5 references]

Smith, Rev. Hezekiah (of Haverhill) [3 references + 3 subentries]

Smith, Mrs. (wife of Hezekiah) [1 reference]

Smith, Rev. Isaac, Jr. (1749-1829, cousin of AA) [2 references + 29 subentries]

Smith, Isaac (son of William, Jr.) [4 references]

Smith, Isaac, Sr. (1719-1787, Boston merchant, uncle of AA) [15 references + 83 subentries]

Smith, Isaac, in No. 32 [1 reference]

Smith, Jacob, witness, No. 20 [1 reference]

Smith, Dr. James (1738-1812) [2 references + 7 subentries]

Smith, Mrs. (wife of James) [2 references]

Smith, Mrs. (wife of James, of S.C.) [1 reference]

Smith, James (1713-1806, delegate from Penn.) [2 references]

Smith, James (co-owner of Murray's Barracks) [1 reference]

Smith, James (of S.C.) [6 references]

Smith, James (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Smith, John [2 subentries]

Smith, John (Boston brazier) [1 reference]

Smith, John (New York merchant, father of WSS) [4 references]

Smith, John, juror, No. 59 [2 references]

Smith, Col. Jonathan (Mass.) [2 subentries]

Smith, Jonathan Bayard (delegate from Penn.) [8 references + 2 subentries]

Smith, Jonathan, Jr., in No. 27 [2 references]

Smith, Jonathan, in No. 27 [2 references]

Smith, Louisa Catharine (1773-1857, daughter of William, Jr.) [2 references + 14 subentries]

Smith, Margaret (sister of WSS) [1 subentry]

Smith, Margaret Stephens (mother of WSS) [6 references + 1 subentry]

Smith, Mary (1741-1811) [See redirect]

Smith, Mary or “Polly” (1757-1839, cousin of AA; later, 1st wife of Edward Gray; 2d wife of Samuel Allyne Otis) [3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Smith, Mary (Polly, 1776-1797, daughter of William, Jr.) [6 references]

Smith, Mary (aunt of AA) [See redirect]

Smith, Mary Rutledge (of S.C.) [4 references]

Smith, Mrs. (wife of Melancthon) [3 references]

Smith, Melancthon (N.Y. member of Congress) [5 references]

Smith, Meriwether (delegate from Va.) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Smith, Miss (of Newburyport) [5 references]

Smith, Miss S. (of Sandwich, Mass.) [1 reference]

Smith, Miss, daughter of Isaac Smith Sr. [1 reference]

Smith, Mr. (son of Rev. Thomas Smith of Portland, Maine) [1 reference]

Smith, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Haddam, Conn.) [1 reference]

Smith, Mr. (Englishman in Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Smith, Mr. (attorney for Bourne) [2 references]

Smith, Mr. (executor of Edwards' estate) [1 reference]

Smith, Mr. (in Braintree) [2 references]

Smith, Mr. (of Baltimore, son of William Smith the Md. delegate) [1 reference]

Smith, Mr. (of Baltimore), introductions for [3 references]

Smith, Mr. (of Boston in R.I. campaign) [2 references]

Smith, Mr. (of N.Y. at Mifflin's quarters in Cambridge) [1 reference]

Smith, Mr. (of New Haven, Conn.) [1 reference]

Smith, Mr. (young soldier from Maryland) [1 reference]

Smith, Mr., on British losses in battle of Bunker Hill [1 reference]

Smith, Mrs. (of N.Y.) at Mifflin's quarters in Cambridge [1 reference]

Smith, Nathan [2 references]

Smith, Capt. Nathaniel (Baltimore artillery) [1 reference]

Smith, Pascall [1 reference]

Smith, Richard (N.J. delegate in Continental Congress) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Smith, Rev. Robert (of Pequea, Penn.) [1 reference]

Smith, Robert, supposed portrait by Peale [1 reference]

Smith, Roger Moore [2 references]

Smith, Lt. Col. Samuel (commands Fort Mifflin) [1 reference]

Smith, Capt. Samuel (of the Hancock and Adams) [1 reference]

Smith, Samuel (of Philadelphia; “old Mr. Smith”) [4 subentries]

Smith, Sarah [See redirect]

Smith, Sarah [5 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Smith, Sarah Boylston (1642-1711, wife of Thomas, AA's great-grandmother) [1 reference]

Smith, Sarah Rutledge (of S.C.) [2 references]

Smith, Sidney L. (engraver) [1 reference]

Smith, Standfast (Boston merchant) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Smith, Susannah Bayard (wife of Jonathan Bayard) [1 reference]

Smith, Rev. Thomas (1702-1795, of Portland, Maine) [4 references]

Smith, Sir Thomas (1513-1577) [2 references]

Smith, Thomas (of Philadelphia; “the Loan Officer,” son of Samuel) [4 references]

Smith, Thomas (1665-1690, sea captain), marries and founds family in South Carolina [1 reference]

Smith, Thomas (1720-1790, of Charleston, S.C.) [2 references]

Smith, Thomas (1745-1809, of Penn.) [1 reference]

Smith, Thomas (d. 1690, of Charlestown, Mass., great-grandfather of AA) [1 reference]

Smith, Thomas (of New York City) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Smith, Thomas Carter (1796-1880, grandson of Isaac Smith Sr.) [1 reference]

Smith, Sir Thomas, Commonwealth of England [1 reference]

Smith, Rev. William (1707-1783, father of AA) [6 references + 48 subentries]

Smith, Rev. William (1727-1803, provost of College of Philadelphia) [1 reference + 9 subentries]

Smith, William Stephens (1755-1816, secy. to U.S. legation in London, later husband of AA2, designated as WSS in The Adams Papers) [3 references + 86 subentries]

Smith, William (1728-1793, of N.Y.) [10 subentries]

Smith, William (1728-1814, Md. delegate to Continental Congress) [2 references]

Smith, William, Jr. (1746-1787, brother of AA) [5 references + 22 subentries]

Smith, William (1755-1816, son of Isaac, Sr.) [34 subentries]

Smith, William (1756-1835, of Clapham, England) [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Smith, William (Billy, b. 1774, son of William, Jr.) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Smith, William (Philadelphia apothecary) [1 reference]

Smith, William (of Md.) [1 reference]

Smith, William (translator of Thucydides' History) [1 reference]

Smith, William Loughton, identified [1 reference]

Smith, William Steuben (1787-1850, son of AA2 and WSS) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Smith, of Philadelphia Light Horse [1 reference]

Smiths, D—r [1 reference]

Smithson, James (founder of Smithsonian Institution) [1 subentry]

Smithsonian Institution [2 references + 1 subentry]

Smith’s Clove, N.Y. [1 reference]

Smollett, Tobias [2 references + 3 subentries]

Smuggling [1 reference + 3 “see also” entries]

Smyth, Frederick [2 subentries]

Snelle, at The Hague [1 reference]

Snelling, Capt. [2 references]

Snider, Christopher [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Snider, Christopher [See redirect]

Snow, Mr., carries letters between JA and AA [1 reference]

Snow, Silvanus, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Snow, Thomas, witness, No. 35 [1 reference]

Soap [1 reference]

Sobrino Francisco [2 subentries]

Socage, tenure in [1 reference]

Social contract, argument based on [1 reference]

Société Royale de Médecine (Paris) [4 references]

Société de L'Harmonie [1 reference]

Société libre d’émulation (Paris), American commissioners elected to [2 references]

Society for Promoting the Knowledge of Scriptures [1 reference]

Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (London) [4 references]

Society for the Encouragement of Protestant Emigrants, proposed by Witherspoon [1 reference]

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities [2 subentries]

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts [11 references]

Society of Antiquaries (London) [4 references]

Society of Fort St. David (Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Society of Friends [See redirect]

Society of the Knights of the Order of the Square Table, The (Harvard club) [1 “see also” entry]

Society of the Supporters of the Bill of Rights [6 references]

Socrates [5 references]

“Sodalitas” (Boston lawyers' study club) [6 references]

Soderini, Gasparo (Venetian resident in London) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Söderström, Carl (Göteborg merchant) [3 references]

Söderström, Richard (Swedish consul in Boston) [7 references]

Sodom [1 reference]

Sohier [See redirect]

Soissonnais Regiment (French) [1 reference]

Solano y Bote, Como. Don José (Spanish) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Solar system [See redirect]

Soldiers [3 subentries]

Sole [See redirect]

Sole, Aaron, witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

Solemn League and Covenant [4 references]

Solitaire (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Sollier, Dr. [1 reference]

Solm, Adolphus, governor of Gelderland and Utrecht [1 reference]

Solmes, Capt. (of the Olive Branch) [2 references]

Solomon (King) [4 references]

Solon (Greek statesman) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Sombrero (Sambreo), West Indies [1 reference]

Some v. Barwish [1 reference]

Somers, Conn. [5 references]

Somers, John, Lord [2 references]

Somerset (Brit. ship of the line) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Somerset County, Md. [1 reference]

Somerset Court House, N.J. [1 reference]

Somerset, Duke of [See redirect]

Somersetshire, England [1 reference]

Somersett's Case [1 reference]

Somerville, Mass. [1 reference + 8 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Somerville, Robert, Report from the Board of Agriculture [1 reference]

Somes, Capt., arrives from Copenhagen [1 reference]

Sonies, Louis, père & fils [1 reference]

Sons of Liberty [17 references + 10 subentries]

Sontgerath, Peter (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Soper, Maj. Edmund (of Braintree) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Soper, Mr., witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

Sophia Frederica, of Denmark [1 reference]

Sophia, Grand Duchess (of Russia) [1 reference]

Sophia, Princess (of Hanover) [3 references]

Sophie Hélène Béatrix, Princess of France [2 references]

Sophocles [2 references]

Sophonisba (dramatic character) [2 references]

Sorel, Quebec [1 reference]

Sorel (now Richelieu) River, Que., American post at the mouth of [2 references]

Soret, M. (in Lorient) [3 references]

Sorin, of Passy [2 references]

Soubrilland, Mme. (eating-house keeper) [1 reference]

Souci, Le (French merchant ship) [2 references]

Soul or Soule (Sole), Aaron [1 reference]

Soulés, François [1 subentry]

South Africa [1 reference]

South America [5 references + 4 subentries]

South Atlantic, whaling in [1 reference]

South Brimfield, Mass. [1 reference]

South Carolina [15 references + 74 subentries]

South Carolina (S.C. frigate, formerly the Indien) [14 references + 21 subentries]

South Carolina Historical Society [1 reference]

South Precinct [See redirect]

South Precinct of Braintree [See redirect]

South River [See redirect]

South Sea [6 references + 1 “see also” entry]

South Sea Company [1 reference]

South, Rev. Robert, Twelve Sermons [2 references]

Southampton (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Southampton, England [2 references]

Southampton, Lord [See redirect]

Southampton, Mass. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Southborough, Mass. [1 reference]

Southcoat (Southcott), Thomas [1 reference]

Southcomb, Capt. (of the Tartar) [1 reference]

Souther, Capt. Daniel (Mass. Navy) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Southern Literary Messenger [1 reference]

Southern states [3 references + 1 subentry + 3 “see also” entries]

Southerne, Thomas [1 subentry]

Southgate, Dr., witness, No. 2 [1 reference]

Southgate, Elder Richard [1 reference]

Southington, Conn. [2 references]

Southouse, Edward [1 reference]

Southwark, England [3 references]

Southwick, Mass. [1 reference]

Souverain (French ship of the line) [5 references]

Souza-Holstein, Agosto Antonio de (Portuguese minister at The Hague) [2 references]

Spa, Belgium [9 references]

Spada (Charles Lee's dog) [4 references]

Spadara, Marchioness and Marquis of (of Messina, Italy) [1 reference]

Spain [13 references + 226 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Spanish Army [2 references + 5 subentries]

Spanish Inquisition [2 references]

Spanish Main [2 references]

Spanish Navy [4 references + 33 subentries]

Spanish Succession, War of [5 references]

Spanish language [3 references + 4 subentries]

Spanish people [1 reference]

Spanktown (N.J.) Yearly Meeting, Memorial of [1 reference]

Sparder (Adams family pet) [1 reference]

Sparhawk, Andrew (loyalist) [2 references]

Sparhawk, Catherine (1st wife of Nathaniel) [2 references]

Sparhawk, Deborah Adams (3d wife of Nathaniel) [2 references]

Sparhawk, Elizabeth Bartlett (2d wife of Nathaniel) [2 references]

Sparhawk, Mr. (loyalist, brother of Andrew), propaganda campaign waged by [2 references]

Sparhawk, Col. Nathaniel [2 references + 2 subentries]

Sparhawk, Nathaniel, Jr. (Salem merchant) [9 subentries]

Sparhawk, Thomas (JA’s college roommate) [1 reference]

Sparks v. Spicer [1 reference]

Sparks, Jared [2 references + 3 subentries]

Sparling (Liverpool privateer) [1 reference]

Sparta [4 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Speak, F. [1 reference]

Speakman, Mr. (Boston distiller) [1 reference]

Speakman, William [1 reference]

Spear (Nathan) v. Keen (Josiah) [1 reference]

Spear, Benoni [1 reference]

Spear, David [2 references]

Spear, J. (of Braintree) [2 references]

Spear, John [2 references]

Spear, Josiah [2 references]

Spear, Mr. (AA's fellow passenger on the Active) [8 references]

Spear, N. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Spear, Nathan [6 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Spear, Pool [2 subentries]

Spear, Samuel [1 reference]

Spear, Mrs. (wife of Seth) [2 references]

Spear, Seth (of Braintree) [7 references]

Spears Hill [See redirect]

Special Committees on Prize Appeals [See redirect]

Specie [9 references + 9 subentries]

Specot's Case [1 reference]

Spectacle (Spectin) Island, Boston Harbor [2 references]

Spectator, The [11 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Speculation [3 references]

Speed, John, History of Great Britaine [3 references]

Speedwell (Amer. merchant ship) [1 reference]

Speedwell, ship [2 references]

Speers, Capt. [1 reference]

Spence, Keith [1 reference]

Spencer, Dr. Arthur, identified [1 reference]

Spencer, Capt. [1 reference]

Spencer, Countess [See redirect]

Spencer, Rev. Elihu, minister of Trenton, N.J. [2 references]

Spencer, John [1 reference]

Spencer, Maj. Gen. Joseph [8 references + 6 subentries]

Spencer, Joseph William (ex-prisoner) [3 references]

Spencer, Mass. [8 references]

Spener, Charles [1 reference]

Sphinx (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Spice Islands (Moluccas) [6 references]

Spices [1 reference]

Spieringshoek, Mr. Van der Burg van (agent of States General) [2 references]

Spies [4 references + 7 subentries]

Spiller, Mr. (Adams butler in London) [2 references]

Spithead, England [11 references]

Spittlefield Weavers [1 reference]

Spoffard, Mrs., witness, No. 31 [1 reference]

Spooner, Ebenezer, in No. 1 [1 reference]

Spooner, John [1 reference]

Spooner, Maj. John Jones [2 references]

Spooner, Capt. Shubael (of the Harford) [1 reference]

Spooner, Walter [3 references + 1 subentry]

Spooner, Dr. William (of Boston) [1 subentry]

Spouse, disqualification as witness [See redirect]

Sprague, Esther Harrison (wife of John) [1 reference]

Sprague, Dr. John [3 subentries]

Sprague, John (of Lancaster) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Sprague, Josiah, juror, No. 63 [1 reference]

Sprague, Peleg [1 subentry]

Sprague, Samuel (Chelsea selectman) [1 reference]

Spratt v. M'Kinney [1 reference]

Spring Hill (Mass. estate) [1 reference]

Spring, Rev. Samuel [2 subentries]

Springer, Mr. (farrier of Pownalborough, Maine) [1 reference]

Springer, Thomas, James Bowdoin's suit against [1 reference]

Springfield, Mass. [27 references]

Springfield, N.J. [8 references]

Sproat family (of Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Sproat (Sprout), Mrs. (wife of James) [1 reference]

Sproat (Sprout), Rev. James [5 references + 6 subentries]

Sproat, Miss [1 reference]

Sprout [1 “see also” entry]

Sprout, Capt., witness, No. 25 [1 reference]

Sprout, Maj. Ebenezer [2 subentries]

Sprout, Mr. (of Plymouth County, Mass.) [1 reference]

Spry, Capt. William, in No. 58 [2 references]

Spuyt, Jan [1 reference]

Spy (Conn. schooner) [7 references + 2 subentries]

Squam, Mass. [1 reference]

Squantum, Mass. (now part of Quincy) [8 references + 3 subentries]

Squire, Edith [See redirect]

Squirrel (British warship) [1 reference]

Ss [See redirect]

Stabbing, Statute of [4 references]

Stacey, George [7 subentries]

Stack, Edward [1 reference]

Stacy, Willim (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Stadholder [See redirect]

Staël Holstein, Erik Magnus, Baron de (Swedish minister to France) [2 references + 4 subentries]

Stafford Springs, Conn. [1 reference]

Stafford, Conn. [4 references + 1 subentry]

Stafford, England [1 reference]

Stagecoaches [2 subentries]

Staines, England [2 references]

Stair (Stayer), Sir James [1 reference]

Stamford, Conn. [3 references]

Stamford, England [1 reference]

Stamp Act (1765) [13 references + 44 subentries]

Stamp Act Congress [9 references]

Stamper, Rebecca Rush(wife of Thomas) [1 reference]

Standing Church [See redirect]

Stanhope, Charles, Viscount Mahon (later 3d Earl Stanhope) [2 references]

Stanhope, Capt. Henry Edwin [3 references + 6 subentries]

Stanhope, Henry (midshipman), in No. 56 [7 references]

Stanhope, Philip Dormer, 4th Earl of Chesterfield [3 references + 9 subentries]

Stanley, Hans (Brit. peace negotiator, 1761) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Stannaries, law of the [1 reference]

Stanwix, Lt. Gen. John [1 reference]

Staphorst, Nicolaas & Jacob van (Amsterdam banking firm) [14 references + 28 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Staphorst, Jacob van (Amsterdam banker) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Staphorst, Nicolaas van (Amsterdam banker) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Staple, Simon (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Staples, Mark (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Staples, Thomas (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Star Chamber [2 subentries]

Stare decisis, in Mass. [1 reference]

Starembourg, Mlle., lady of honor at Stadholder's court [1 reference]

Starhemberg, Prince Georg Adam von (governor general of the Austrian Netherlands) [1 reference]

Stark (Amer. merchant ship) [1 reference]

Stark, Maj. Caleb (of Haverhill) [2 references]

Stark, Brig. Gen. John (of N.H.) [4 references + 6 subentries]

Starke, Mr. [See redirect]

Starkweather, Ephraim [1 reference]

Starr, James, in JA's accounts [1 reference]

State Trials, The [1 reference]

Staten Island, N.Y. [12 references + 10 subentries]

States [3 subentries]

Statilius [2 references]

Statues [See redirect]

Statute law [1 reference]

Statutes [2 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Statutes, British [5 subentries]

Staunton, Va. [1 reference]

Staveren, Gysbert van (pensionary of Leyden) [1 reference]

Stavers, John (Portsmouth, N.H., tavernkeeper) [1 reference]

Stayer [See redirect]

Stead, Mary [2 references]

Steam engines [2 references]

Stearns, Asahel (jurist) [1 reference]

Stearns, Capt. John (of Worcester, Mass.) [1 reference]

Stearns (Sternes), Mr. (tavernkeeper of Worcester, Mass.) [1 reference]

Stearns, William [4 subentries]

Stedman, Capt. Charles (of N.C.) [1 reference]

Stedman, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Cambridge, Mass.) [1 reference]

Stedman, William (H.C. 1784) [2 references + 4 subentries]

Steed, Miss (in Brussels) [1 reference]

Steel, James, defendant, No. 7 [1 reference]

Steel, Margaret Nelson (of Boston) [2 references]

Steel, Mary [See redirect]

Steel, development of manufacture of [2 references]

Steele, Dr., copies Diary [1 reference]

Steele, Joshua, identified [1 reference]

Steele, Sir Richard [1 reference]

Steenvoord, Flanders [1 reference]

Steige, Benjamin Gottlieb (German linen merchant) [1 subentry]

Stein (Steen), Augustus [1 reference]

Stenger, Christian [2 subentries]

Stephani [See redirect]

Stephanus, Robertus [See redirect]

Stephen (Stevenson), Maj. Gen. Adam [3 references + 1 subentry]

Stephen, Henry J. (pleading authority) [1 reference]

Stephen, King of England [1 reference]

Stephens v. Gerrard [2 references]

Stephens (Stevens), Joseph, JA’s servant [17 references + 9 subentries]

Stephens, Mr. (brother of Joseph) [1 reference]

Stephens, Mr. (hemp grower of Conn.) [1 reference]

Stephens, Philip, Admiralty secretary [4 references]

Stephens, Robert [See redirect]

Stephenson, Col. Hugh [1 reference]

Stephenson, William [2 references]

Steptoe, Dr., in Philadelphia [2 references]

Sterling [See redirect]

Sterling (Stirling), Lord [See redirect]

Sterling, Lt. Col. Thomas (British) [1 reference]

Sterne, Laurence [1 reference + 8 subentries]

Sterrett, John (of Md.) [2 references]

Sterrett (Sterrit), Lt. William (of Md.) [1 reference]

Sterry, Cyprean (ex-prisoner) [2 references]

Stetson (Stedson), Ebenezer [1 reference]

Stetson, Mr. (Braintree farm hand) [2 references]

Stetson, Mr. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Stettin, Germany [1 reference]

Steuben, Gen. Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin, Baron von (U.S.) [6 references + 2 subentries]

Stevens [1 “see also” entry]

Stevens, Rev. Benjamin [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Stevens, Capt. (of Marblehead, Mass.) [2 references]

Stevens, Brig. Gen. Edward (Va. militia) [2 references]

Stevens, John (Harvard student) [1 reference]

Stevens, Mr. (of Antwerp) [1 reference]

Stevens, Mrs. (or Miss) (in Paris) [2 references]

Stevens, Timothy [1 reference]

Stevenson [1 “see also” entry]

Stevenson, Capt. [1 reference]

Stevenson, Pvt. Jonathan (14th Regiment), deposition, No. 60 [1 reference]

Stevenson, Miss P. [4 references]

Stewart, Col. Walter [2 references]

Stewart et al. v. King, in No. 2 [1 reference]

Stewart family, in No. 2 [3 references]

Stewart, Lt. Col. Alexander (British) [1 reference]

Stewart, Gen. Charles(?) [1 reference]

Stewart, Charles (customs officer) [1 reference]

Stewart, Dugald [1 reference]

Stewart, Gen. (of London) [1 reference]

Stewart (Stuart), John [2 subentries]

Stewart, Lt. Col. John [1 reference]

Stewart, John, Richard King's case against [1 reference]

Stewart, John, witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Stewart (Stuart), Joseph, in No. 2 [2 references]

Stewart (Stuart), Samuel, in No. 2 [3 references]

Stewart, Samuel, Richard King's case against [1 reference]

Stewart (Stuart), Timothy, in No. 2 [3 references]

Stewart (Steward), William, in No. 1 [4 references]

Stickney v. Atwood [1 reference]

Stiles, Ezra (president of Yale College) [14 references + 3 subentries]

Stille, John, Philadelphia tailor [2 references]

Stillingfleet, Edward, Bishop of Worcester [1 reference]

Stillman, Hannah Morgan (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Stillman, Rev. Samuel [7 references]

Stillwater, battle of [3 references]

Stinchcombe, William C. [2 references]

Stipulation (bond) for value, in Admiralty [2 subentries]

Stipulations (agreements) [2 subentries]

Stirgis [See redirect]

Stirk, Samuel (Ga. member of Congress) [1 reference]

Stirling, Lord [See redirect]

Stocks [1 reference + 8 subentries]

Stockbridge Indians [2 subentries]

Stockbridge, Maj. David [1 reference]

Stockbridge, Dr. (Marshfield loyalist) [1 reference]

Stockbridge, Joseph (JA’s college roommate) [1 reference]

Stockbridge, Mass. [1 reference]

Stockbridge, Micah (Abington “Pail Maker”) [1 reference]

Stockbridge, Mr., wealth of [1 reference]

Stockdale, John (London printer and bookseller) [7 references + 11 subentries]

Stocker, Capt. (of the brig Sally) [1 reference]

Stockholm, Sweden [12 references + 3 subentries]

Stockjobbers [3 references]

Stockton, Julia [See redirect]

Stockton, Richard (delegate from N.J.) [2 references + 6 subentries]

Stockton, Samuel Whitham [3 references]

Stockton, William [1 reference]

Stoddard, Jeremy, juror, No. 59 [2 references]

Stodder, Asa, defendant, No. 33 [1 reference]

Stone Library (Adams National Historic Site, Quincy, Mass.) [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Stone Temple [See redirect]

Stone et al. v. Littlefield, Form XXIX [1 reference]

Stone, Col. John Hawkins (1st Md. regiment) [2 references]

Stone, Josiah (of Framingham, Mass.) [1 reference]

Stone, Mr. [1 reference]

Stone, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Boston) [1 reference]

Stone, Mr., in Mass. General Court [1 reference]

Stone, Rev. Nathan (of Yarmouth, Mass.) [1 reference]

Stone, Thomas (delegate from Md.) [9 references]

Stone, Capt. William [1 reference]

Stoneham, Mass. [1 reference]

Stono Ferry, S.C. [2 references]

Stony Brook, N.J. [1 reference]

“Stony Field,” JA's residence [See redirect]

Stony Field Hill [See redirect]

Stony Point, Battle of [4 references]

Storer, Charles (secy. to JA) [1 reference + 100 subentries]

Storer, Deacon Ebenezer (1730-1807, 2d husband of Hannah Quincy) [9 references + 11 subentries]

Storer, Ebenezer Sr. (1699-1761), Suffolk County justice [1 reference]

Storer, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Storer, Elizabeth Green (1st wife of Ebenezer) [2 references]

Storer, George (son of Ebenezer) [12 references]

Storer, Hannah [See redirect]

Storer, Hannah Quincy Lincoln (1736-1826, married 1st to Bela Lincoln, 2d wife of Ebenezer) [4 references + 8 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Storer, Dr. Malcolm [1 reference]

Storer, Mary (Polly, daughter of Ebenezer) [14 references]

Storer, Miss P. [1 reference]

Storey, Jeremy [1 reference]

Storey, William [1 reference]

Storm, Capt. (tavernkeeper of Conn.) [1 reference]

Stormont, Lord [See redirect]

Storrow, Thomas Wentworth [1 reference]

Story, Rev. Isaac [1 reference]

Story, Jacob, witness, No. 32 [1 reference]

Story, Judge Joseph [2 references]

Story, William (deputy register of Vice Admiralty Court) [6 references]

Story, William (of Ipswich, Mass.) [2 references]

Stoughton, Esther Fletcher (wife of John) [5 references]

Stoughton, John [2 references]

Stoughton, Mass. [6 references + 1 subentry]

Stoughton, William [3 references]

Stoughtonham, Mass. [See redirect]

Stour River, England [1 reference]

Stourbridge, Worcestershire [1 reference]

Stout, Capt. [2 references]

Stoutenberg (Stoutenburgh), Tobias [1 reference]

Stover, Mrs. (tavernkeeper of Portland, Maine) [1 reference]

Stowe, England [5 references]

Strachey, Henry [1 reference + 11 subentries]

Strachleigh, England [1 reference]

Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of [1 “see also” entry]

Strahlborn & Wolff (St. Petersburg bankers) [5 references]

Strange, Sir John (solicitor general) [2 subentries]

Stranger [2 subentries]

Stranger, The [See redirect]

Strangury [7 references]

Strasbourg, France [1 reference]

Strater (Susanna) v. Douglass (William) [2 references]

Stratford Corporation [1 reference]

Stratford, Conn. [9 references]

Stratford-on-Avon, England [5 references]

Stratten (Harvard student), drunk [1 reference]

Straughan, William [3 subentries]

Streams, obstruction of, Nos. 34 and 35 [1 reference]

Street, Benjamin [1 reference]

Street, Miss [2 references]

Streeter, Mr., witness, No. 37 [1 reference]

Strickland, Walter (ambassador from British Parliament 1650) [1 reference]

Strickler, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Penn.) [1 reference]

Stringer, Mr. (Philadelphia liveryman) [2 references]

Stringer, Dr. Samuel [6 references]

Strong, Caleb (of Northampton) [6 references]

Strong, Rev. Jonathan(?) [1 reference]

Strong, Rev. Nathan (of Hartford, Conn.) [2 references]

Strong, Simeon [3 subentries]

Strong, William, witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Stryk, Samuel [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Stuart [1 “see also” entry]

Stuart kings [2 references + 1 subentry]

Stuart, Charles [1 subentry]

Stuart, Charles Edward (the Pretender) [1 reference]

Stuart, Gilbert (Amer. artist) [7 references + 5 subentries]

Stuart, John, 3d Earl of Bute [4 references + 4 subentries]

Stuart, John, Lord Mount Stuart [1 reference]

Stuart, John, passenger on the Lucretia [1 reference]

Student notes, JA's [2 subentries]

Sturbridge, Mass. [4 references]

Sturdy Beggar (Md. privateer) [1 reference]

Sturge, Joseph (English Quaker), JQA's letter to (1846), quoted [1 reference]

Sturgis, Hannah [See redirect]

Sturgis, J. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Stutterheim, Saxon minister at Paris [1 reference]

Stuttgart, Germany [1 reference]

Stuyvesant, Peter [2 references]

Styfield [See redirect]

Sublime, art of the [1 reference]

Subpoena [1 reference]

Success (Amer. merchant ship) [2 references]

Success (Amer. privateer schooner) [5 references]

Success (Mass. merchant ship) [1 reference]

Sudbury, England [1 reference]

Sudbury, Mass. [5 references]

Suetonius [5 subentries]

Sufferance [2 subentries]

Suffield, Conn. [5 references]

Suffield, Mass. [1 reference]

Suffolk County Convention and Resolves (1774) [7 references]

Suffolk County Court House [2 references]

Suffolk County Inferior Court of Common Pleas [6 references]

Suffolk County bar [14 references + 3 subentries]

Suffolk County courts [2 references]

Suffolk County, Mass. [22 references + 4 subentries]

Suffolk Files, described [2 references]

Suffolk, British ship of war [1 reference]

Suffolk, Earl of [See redirect]

Suffren de Saint Tropez, Adm. Pierre André de (called Bailli de Suffren) [1 reference]

Sugar [9 references + 7 subentries]

Sugar Act [4 references]

“Sugar Colonies” Act [1 reference]

Sugar, George (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Sui Juris [See redirect]

Suicide [1 reference]

Suit (sectam) defined [1 reference]

Sukey (?) (British ship) [2 references]

Sukey (Amer. brig) [4 references]

Sukey (Mass. merchant ship) [1 reference]

Sukey, Mass. privateer [1 reference]

Sulfur [1 reference + 7 subentries]

Sulla (Sylla) [1 reference]

Sullivan's Island, S.C. [2 references + 1 subentry]

Sullivan, Francis Staughton [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Sullivan, George (H.C. 1790) [1 reference]

Sullivan, James (1744-1808, Mass. jurist and politician) [14 references + 37 subentries]

Sullivan, James (H.C. 1790) [1 reference]

Sullivan, James, Jr. (H.C. 1786) [3 subentries]

Sullivan, Maj. Gen. John (N.H. member of Congress) [2 references + 64 subentries]

Sullivan, Martha Langdon Barrell Simpson (of Portsmouth, N.H.) [1 reference]

Sullivan, Mehitable Odiorne (wife of James) [1 reference]

Sullivan, Mr., conveys letter to JA [1 reference]

Sully, Maximilien de Béthune, Duc de [3 references + 2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Sulpitius [1 reference]

Sumatra [1 reference]

Summers, William [1 reference]

Summons [2 subentries]

Sumner, Charles [1 reference]

Sumner, Increase (of Roxbury, Mass.) [7 references + 2 subentries]

Sumner, James, defendant, Form XXVI [1 reference]

Sumner, Nathaniel (of Dedham, Mass.) [1 reference]

Sumner, Sarah Sharp [2 references]

Sumter, Brig. Gen. Thomas (S.C. militia) [7 references]

Sunbury, Ga. [1 reference]

Suncook, N.H. [1 reference]

Sunken Island, Quincy Bay [1 reference]

Supreme Court, U.S. [1 reference + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Supreme Judicial Court, Mass. [See redirect]

Suresnes, France [2 references]

Surety, action against [1 reference]

Suretyship, in civil law [1 reference]

Suriname (Dutch Guiana) [5 references]

Suriqui (Souriquois) country (Native American territory) [1 reference]

Surprize (British frigate) [1 reference]

Surprize (Continental lugger) [2 references]

Surrebutter [See redirect]

Surrejoinder [See redirect]

Surrey, England [9 references]

Surtout, defined [1 reference]

Surveillante (French frigate) [4 references]

Surveyor General of Customs, powers and duties of, No. 45 [6 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Surveyor General of the Woods, duties of [1 reference]

Surveyor General v. Logs, No. 54 [9 references]

Surveyor General v. Logs, Kennebec Company, Claimant, No. 55 [10 references]

Survival of actions, No. 19 [2 references]

Susan (Susa, servant) [2 references]

Susanna, ship [See redirect]

Susquehanna River [6 references + 3 subentries]

Susquehannah Company [2 references]

Sussex County, Del. [4 references]

Sussex County, N.J. [2 references]

Sussex Court House, N.J. [2 references]

Sussex, England [1 reference]

Susy (AA's servant or bound girl), severe illness of [4 references]

Sutton, Daniel [2 subentries]

Sutton, Mass. [2 references + 1 subentry]

Swain, Capt. Andrew (of Nantucket, Mass.) [4 references]

Swain, David L., papers of [1 reference]

Swain, John, letter to Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Swaine, John, Philadelphia printer [1 reference]

Swainstone, England [1 reference]

Swallow (Amer. sloop) [1 reference]

Swan (British Navy, sloop) [2 subentries]

Swan, James [3 references + 5 subentries]

Swan, Mrs. (wife of James) [2 references]

Swan, Mr. (of Worcester, Mass.) [3 references]

Swan Mr. (of Boston troop of horse) [1 reference]

Swansey, Mass., in Form XV [1 reference]

Swart, Johan Isaac de (Dutch resident in Russia) [6 references + 1 subentry]

Sweden [5 references + 60 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Swedish Navy [6 references]

Sweethearts and Wives [See redirect]

Sweetser, John, in No. 27 [2 references]

Sweetser, Jonathan (Rev. William Smith's servant or farm boy) [1 reference]

Swett, Mrs. (wife of John Barnard) [2 references]

Swett, Dr. John Barnard [4 subentries]

Swieten, Gerard L. B. van, Commentaries on Boerhaave [1 reference]

Swift (Nathaniel) v. Vose (Oliver) [2 references]

Swift v. Jackson et al. [1 reference]

Swift, John [1 reference]

Swift, Jonathan [7 references + 13 subentries]

Swift, Mr. and Mrs. (of Andover) [1 reference]

Swift, Mrs. (of Phila.) [2 references]

Swift, Samuel [7 subentries]

Swinburne, Henry [2 subentries]

Swinerton v. Fuller [1 reference]

Switzerland [24 references + 4 subentries]

Sybellina Hillegonda, La (Dutch merchant ship) [2 references]

Sydenham, Dr. Thomas [1 reference]

Sydney [2 “see also” entries]

Sylla, Lucius Cornelius (Roman dictator) [2 references]

Sylvester, Abigail, witness, No. 16 [1 reference]

Symes v. Hill [1 reference]

Symes, Mrs. (innkeeper of Cowes, Isle of Wight) [1 reference]

Symmes, Susannah Powell (wife of William) [2 references]

Symmes, Rev. William (of Andover) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Symmes, William, Jr. [2 subentries]

Symmonds (Simmons), Thomas, witness, No. 64 [3 references]

Symmons [1 “see also” entry]

Symonds v. Traske [1 reference]

Syphax [3 references]

Syracuse (Greek colony) [1 reference]