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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 | S |  Sullivan, Maj. Gen. John (N.H. member of Congress)

References

Introduction [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:22]

Editorial Note [Papers of John Adams 2:146]

Subentries

– AA expresses doubts on [1 reference]

– AA on his personality and character [1 reference]

– JA on [1 reference]

– Letters [6 subentries]

– WSS and [6 references]

– agent for McClary party [1 reference]

– and American expedition to Canada [6 references]

– and Battle of Newtown, N.Y. [1 reference]

– and Board of War [2 references]

– and Lusanna case [1 reference]

– and Philadelphia campaign [2 references]

– and R.I. expedition (1778) [6 references]

– and Tronson du Coudray [1 reference]

– and WSS [1 reference]

– and “Olive Branch” petition [1 reference]

– appointed brigadier general [1 reference]

– appointed major general [1 reference]

– approves of Common Sense [1 reference]

– assesses state of the army [2 references]

– at Battle of Staten Island [1 reference]

– at siege of Boston [1 reference]

– attack on Staten Island and congressional criticism [4 references]

– attorney, No. 2 [6 references]

– builds battery at Portland (Falmouth), Maine [1 reference]

– captured on Long Island and afterward exchanged [2 references]

– captured, used by Howes as messenger to congress [6 references]

– charged with being under French influence [2 references]

– commander in R.I. campaign (1778) [2 references]

– comments on [2 references]

– commissioned in Continental Army [1 reference]

– delegate to First Continental Congress [1 reference]

– delivers Howe's conciliation proposals to Congress [4 references]

– delivers Howe's conciliatory proposals to Congress [1 reference]

– efforts to get N.Y. to institute government [1 reference]

– exchange of [1 reference]

– forwards to Congress captured papers incriminating N.J. Quakers [1 reference]

– identified [2 references]

– in Continental Congress [8 references]

– intercepted letter [2 references]

– joins Washington in Cambridge [1 reference]

– letter from JA listed (1780) [1 reference]

– letter to JA listed (1777) [1 reference]

– mentioned [20 references]

– military headquarters on Winter Hill [2 references]

– on American victory at Boston [1 reference]

– opposes JA in King v. Stewart [1 reference]

– praised for leadership [2 references]

– property losses and expenses of [1 reference]

– proposes independence [1 reference]

– proposes retaliation against British prisoners [1 reference]

– quarrel with Estaing [1 reference]

– quells uprising in New Hampshire [1 reference]

– raids towns of the Six Nations [2 references]

– raises troops in N.H. [3 references]

– recommends Col. John Stark [1 reference]

– reference to, omitted in Affaires [1 reference]

– relations with JA [4 references]

– resentful of southern boasting [2 references]

– successful lawyer of Durham, N.H. [3 references]

– suggests promotion for Conway [1 reference]

– suspicious of Friends [3 references]

– thinks Howe's army has sailed for Portsmouth [1 reference]

– threatens resignation over Du Coudray [3 references]

– “in a Miff” over Gates' promotion [1 reference]