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Founding Era Index > Adams Papers Indexes > Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 > S >  Sewall, Jonathan (1728-1796, husband of Esther Quincy)

 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | S |  Sewall, Jonathan (1728-1796, husband of Esther Quincy)

References

Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Smith Shaw, 28 – 30 July 1784 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:408]+

John Adams to John Quincy Adams, 26 May 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:206]+

Introduction [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:39]

The Massachusetts Bench and Bar: A Biographical Register of John Adams’ Contemporaries [Legal Papers of John Adams 1:cix]

From James Warren, 9 August 1775 [Papers of John Adams 3:116]

From Josiah Quincy, 22 September 1775 [Papers of John Adams 3:167]

To David Sewall, 12 June 1776 [Papers of John Adams 4:251]

To Jonathan Mason Jr., 18 July 1776 [Papers of John Adams 4:392]

To Jonathan Mason Jr., 18 July 1776 [Papers of John Adams 4:393]+

To William Tudor, 25 February 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:94]+

To Richard B. Lloyd, 20 February 1780 [Papers of John Adams 8:345]+

Subentries

– JA replies to “J” articles of [1 reference]

– JA wrongly attributes “Massachusettensis” papers to [2 references]

– JA's farewell to and reunion with [1 reference]

– JA's relations with [7 references]

– JA's replies to Sewall's “Philanthrop” articles [2 references]

– Letters [8 subentries]

– absent for Boston Massacre Trials [4 references]

– advocate general of admiralty [3 references]

– and Robert Temple [1 reference]

– and Samuel Quincy's appointment as solicitor general [1 reference]

– and Thomas Hutchinson [1 reference]

– and William Brattle [1 reference]

– and case of sloop Liberty [1 reference]

– and controversy over adulterated calomel [1 reference]

– and nolle prosequi pleas [4 references]

– and offer of admiralty court office to JA [1 reference]

– and “Massachusettensis” letters [2 references]

– as Advocate General, No. 45 [6 references]

– as Philalethes [2 references]

– as Philanthrop [2 references]

– as attorney general [3 references]

– as author of “J” articles [8 references]

– asks JA to be Advocate General in Admiralty [1 reference]

– attorney general [2 references]

– characterizes JA in letter to Joseph Lee [1 reference]

– commissioned Judge of Vice Admiralty Court, Halifax [4 references]

– courtship and marriage [3 references]

– friendship with JA [2 references]

– identified [3 references]

– identified as Massachusettensis by JA [3 references]

– in No. 10 [2 references]

– in No. 17 [1 reference]

– in No. 21 [1 reference]

– in No. 22 [1 reference]

– in No. 23 [2 references]

– in No. 33 [2 references]

– in No. 36 [4 references]

– in No. 37 [1 reference]

– in No. 39 [1 reference]

– in No. 40 [1 reference]

– in No. 47 [2 references]

– in No. 48 [1 reference]

– in No. 49 [1 reference]

– in No. 50 [1 reference]

– in No. 56 [3 references]

– in No. 60 [2 references]

– in No. 9 [2 references]

– in Nos. 18 and 19 [1 reference]

– judge of Halifax court of vice-admiralty [1 reference]

– letter from JA on study of law [1 reference]

– libelant, in No. 46 [1 reference]

– lost correspondence with JA [1 reference]

– marriage [1 reference]

– mentioned [15 references]

– on JA [1 reference]

– on manumitted slaves [1 reference]

– on pursuit of fame [1 reference]

– on study of law [1 reference]

– “Philanthrop” articles [1 reference]

– “dejected” in his exile [1 reference]