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Tuesday 14th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:13]+

Monday 20th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:16]+

Thursday 6th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:27]+

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 1:150]+

VIII. “U” to the Boston Gazette, 5 September 1763 [Papers of John Adams 1:86]

Committee of the Boston Sons of Liberty to John Wilkes, 4 November 1769 [Papers of John Adams 1:235]

V. Additions to A State of the Title of Massachusetts-Bay, March – May 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:61]

VI. An Examination of the Claim of New York, May 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:77]

To William Tudor, 24 July 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:116]+

To James Warren, 25 July 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:117]+

To the Boston Committee of Correspondence, September 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:179]

To the Boston Committee of Correspondence, September 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:183]

Descriptive List of Illustrations [Papers of John Adams 2:viii]

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– A. Lee’s mission to [8 references]

– Amer. Ships detained in port [1 reference]

– Amer. trade and commerce with [6 references]

– Armed Neutrality and [3 references]

– Arthur Lee appointed commissioner to [1 reference]

– Asturian mountains [1 reference]

– Brit. use prizes taken from during war [1 reference]

– Britain willing to risk war with rather than repeal tax on tea [1 reference]

– British apprehensions about [6 references]

– British expedition against South American colonies of [4 references]

– Dutch policy toward [1 reference]

– Dutch recognition of Portuguese independence from [1 reference]

– Dutch reluctance to conclude treaty with [1 reference]

– Dutch revolt against [9 references]

– English county association meetings applaud support for America by [1 reference]

– European balance of power and [2 references]

– European reaction to power of [1 reference]

– Family Compact and [2 references]

– Family Compact with France [3 references]

– Fitzherbert's commission and [1 reference]

– Fox on [1 reference]

– Fox's proposed settlement of Anglo-Dutch War and [1 reference]

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

– French influence on [3 references]

– French pressure on, to join war [1 reference]

– Gerry on effect of congress’ conduct of foreign affairs on [1 reference]

– Great Britain compared with [1 reference]

– Gérard calls on congress to limit objectives of, to induce entry into war [1 reference]

– JA advocates reinforcing fleet in America [4 references]

– JA blames Vergennes for failure of to negotiate with Jay [1 reference]

– JA comments on religion and government in [1 reference]

– JA contrasts colonies of [1 reference]

– JA on French attitude toward and relations with U.S. [1 reference]

– JA on customs of [1 reference]

– JA on fear of effect of U. S.’s independence on colonies of [1 reference]

– JA on his treatment in [4 references]

– JA on national treasury of [1 reference]

– JA on need for minister to [1 reference]

– JA on need for provision of convoys by [1 reference]

– JA on need to obtain loan from [1 reference]

– JA on possibility of trade with U.S. [5 references]

– JA on possible war with [1 reference]

– JA on provision of money to Jay by [3 references]

– JA on refusal to recognize U.S. [5 references]

– JA on support for America by [3 references]

– JA on truce proposal between Britain and France [2 references]

– JA on war effort of [2 references]

– JA rumored to visit [1 reference]

– JA travels through to Paris [13 references]

– JA's expenses in (1779-1780) [2 references]

– JA's reception in and journey through [19 references]

– JA’s diplomacy in Netherlands unsuitable for dealing with [1 reference]

– Jay appointed minister to [1 reference]

– Jay as minister to [2 references]

– Jay sees improved relations with [1 reference]

– Jay's appointment as minister to [8 references]

– Jay's mission to [5 references]

– Jay's negotiations with [4 references]

– Jay’s arrival in [3 references]

– Miranda's effort to free South America from [1 reference]

– Portuguese-Amer. War and alliance with [2 references]

– Richard Harrison serves in [1 reference]

– Ridley on [1 reference]

– Tripoli brokers peace between Algiers and [1 reference]

– Twelve Years Truce ending Dutch revolt against (1609) [1 reference]

– U.S. imports specie from colonies of [1 reference]

– U.S. relations with [3 references]

– U.S. renounces navigation of Mississippi in negotiations with [1 reference]

– U.S. trade with [1 reference]

– West Indian colonies preserved by capture of British forces [2 references]

– West Indies and [2 references]

– ability to sustain war effort [6 references]

– allies of [1 reference]

– anchors purchased in [2 references]

– and Amer. alliance [6 references]

– and Amer. claims to free navigation of Mississippi River [2 references]

– and Anglo-American truce [4 references]

– and Austro-Russian mediation [8 references]

– and British efforts to hire neutral vessels [1 reference]

– and Dalrymple negotiations [7 references]

– and Dutch Revolt [6 references]

– and European balance of power [3 references]

– and Franco-American alliance [9 references]

– and Franco-Spanish plan to invade England [7 references]

– and Gibraltar [3 references]

– and Grand Alliance (1689) [1 reference]

– and Hussey-Cumberland negotiations [18 references]

– and Mississippi navigation [4 references]

– and Netherlands revolt against [1 reference]

– and Sardinian mediation efforts [1 reference]

– and Tucker peace proposals [3 references]

– and United Provinces of the Low Countries [2 references]

– and War of the Bavarian Succession [1 reference]

– and accession to Franco-Amer. alliance [2 references]

– and alliance with U.S. and allies [6 references]

– and armed neutrality [10 references]

– and congress’ resolution on the disposition of Florida [3 references]

– and free ships make free goods [1 reference]

– and negotiation of Spanish-American treaty [9 references]

– and prospects for war with Britain [5 references]

– and recognition of U.S. [5 references]

– and separate Anglo-American peace [11 references]

– and subsidiary treaties [1 reference]

– and the Floridas [3 references]

– and war with Britain [5 references]

– and war with England [6 references]

– appointment of commissioner to (1777) [1 reference]

– army [3 references]

– as participant in proposed quadruple alliance [5 references]

– as source of intelligence [1 reference]

– attitude toward Amer. Revolution [9 references]

– attitude toward and recognition of Amer. independence [13 references]

– bankers offer JA financial assistance [1 reference]

– borrows money in Netherlands [3 references]

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

– capture of Minorca by [7 references]

– central government of [2 references]

– claims Florida [3 references]

– claims to Northwest coast of North America [1 reference]

– coast line of [2 references]

– code name [1 reference]

– colonial policy of [1 reference]

– colonies of [4 references]

– commissioners to be sent to [3 references]

– condition of working class in [1 reference]

– consequences of U.S. defeat for [2 references]

– controversy over article in Dutch-Amer. Treaty concerning [12 references]

– delay as governing policy of [7 references]

– desire for peace in [5 references]

– despotism of and Dutch revolt compared with British and Amer. Revolution [1 reference]

– difficulty of sale of prizes in [2 references]

– dispute with Britain over Falkland Islands [1 reference]

– dispute with England over West Falkland Island [1 reference]

– effect of 19 April 1781 memorial on [1 reference]

– effect of Dutch recognition of U.S. on [3 references]

– effect of European recognition of Dutch and Portuguese independence on [1 reference]

– effect of capture of British East and West Indian possessions by [2 references]

– effort to mediate Anglo-French war (1778-1779) [1 reference]

– effort to replace A. Lee as Commissioner to [2 references]

– effort to seize Gibraltar [1 reference]

– efforts against Britain criticized [2 references]

– efforts to mediate Anglo-French war [9 references]

– election of minister to [9 references]

– expected response of, to a declaration of independence [2 references]

– fears independent U.S. [1 reference]

– financial and material support to U.S. [1 reference]

– impact of Anglo-Amer. relations on [6 references]

– in Austro-Russian mediation [1 reference]

– incentives to continue war [7 references]

– influence in Netherlands [5 references]

– influence on Kingdom of the Two Sicilies [1 reference]

– insurrection in South American colonies [2 references]

– intercepts letters to Jay [1 reference]

– intervention in Amer. Revolution [5 references]

– journey of Adams party across northern [8 references]

– journey of JA and party in [2 references]

– legation at The Hague compared with U.S. legation [1 reference]

– loan to be sought from [1 reference]

– loans or subsidies to U.S. by [10 references]

– loyalist hopes for neutrality of [1 reference]

– makes peace with Great Britain [6 references]

– manufactures of [2 references]

– mediation effort of 1779 [2 references]

– mentioned [95 references]

– minister from attends Royal Academy dinner [1 reference]

– ministers of [2 references]

– monetary system of [3 references]

– more American than French vessels arrive in ports of [1 reference]

– naval power of [4 references]

– navy of [14 references]

– need for Amer. minister in [2 references]

– negotiations for U.S. commercial treaty with [1 reference]

– negotiations with Britain [4 references]

– negotiations with Britain over Gibraltar [4 references]

– neutrality of [1 reference]

– notified of ratification of Arts. of Confederation [1 reference]

– opens seaports to all privateers [2 references]

– operations against Britain by [1 reference]

– operations against Gibraltar [2 references]

– opposed to English settlement on Mosquito Shore [1 reference]

– opposition to British maritime supremacy [4 references]

– peace negotiations with Great Britain [5 references]

– policy on western land and navigation of Mississippi [5 references]

– possibility of Anglo-Dutch alliance against [4 references]

– possibility of JA being appointed to [4 references]

– possibility of negotiating a treaty with U.S. [7 references]

– possible U.S. treaty with [4 references]

– possible inclusion in quadruple alliance with U.S., France, and Netherlands [14 references]

– preparations for war by [8 references]

– privateers on coast of [2 references]

– proposed Amer. treaty of amity and commerce with [1 reference]

– proposed alliance between Netherlands and [3 references]

– proposed alliance with U.S., Netherlands, and France [10 references]

– proposed negotiations with by A. Lee [2 references]

– publishes manifesto justifying war with Britain [2 references]

– purchases naval stores from U.S. [2 references]

– raises loan in Netherlands [1 reference]

– reception of Americans in [2 references]

– recognition of Amer. independence seen likely [1 reference]

– recognition of U.S. by [10 references]

– refuses to provide specie to U.S. [1 reference]

– regulations regarding foreign merchants [2 references]

– relations with Britain [2 references]

– relations with France [8 references]

– relations with Great Britain [8 references]

– relations with Portugal [7 references]

– relations with U.S. [13 references]

– relations with the Netherlands [1 reference]

– relief of Gibraltar and [4 references]

– sale of Amer. masts to [1 reference]

– secret Convention of Aranjuez [1 reference]

– secret article in Franco-American alliance affecting [1 reference]

– seeks to mediate between France and Britain [2 references]

– shifts focus of military operations [1 reference]

– signs Convention of Aranjuez and commits to war [2 references]

– speculations and comments on entry into war of [11 references]

– strength compared with British [1 reference]

– territorial acquisitions sought in peace treaty [1 reference]

– trade and commerce [11 references]

– trade of [3 references]

– trade with [2 references]

– trade with U.S. [7 references]

– treasure fleets of [1 reference]

– treatment of French prizes in ports of [2 references]

– treatment of neutral vessels by [4 references]

– units of measure in [1 reference]

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