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B., Cousin [1 reference]

B., Mr. [1 reference]

B., Mr. [1 reference]

BA [See redirect]

Baamonde, Spain [4 references]

Babbitt, Erasmus (H.C. 1790) [1 reference]

Babcock, Adam [3 references]

Babcock, Huldah Adams (wife of Moses) [1 reference]

Babcock, Moses (of East Milton) [1 reference]

Babcock, Rev. Oliver [3 references]

Babcock, Rev. Stephen [1 reference]

Babcock, of Braintree [1 reference]

Babson, Capt. (of the privateer Boston) [2 references]

Babson, Capt. James (of the Phoenix) [19 references + 1 subentry]

Babut & Labouchere, Mme. (Nantes mercantile firm) [5 references]

Babylon [2 references]

Bacchus [5 references]

Bache family [1 reference]

Bache, Benjamin Franklin [8 references + 3 subentries]

Bache, Richard (postmaster general) [1 reference]

Bacheller (Batchellor), Samuel (of Haverhill, Mass.) [2 references]

Bachelor (British brig) [2 references]

Backelier, Paris cheese merchant [1 reference]

Backgammon [4 references]

Backus, Rev. Isaac [1 reference + 6 subentries]

Bacon, Boston politician [1 reference]

Bacon, Capt. Edward (of the General Greene) [4 references]

Bacon, Edward (justice of peace, Barnstable) [3 references]

Bacon, Sir Francis [2 references + 9 subentries]

Bacon, Jacob, Plymouth minister [1 reference]

Bacon, Matthew [2 subentries]

Badcock (Babcock?), Mr. [2 references]

Baden (-Durlach), Germany [1 reference]

Baden, Germany [1 reference]

Badger, Miss [2 references]

Badger, Mr., inoculated with smallpox in Boston [2 references]

Badger, Stephen, keeper of the Harvard College library [1 reference]

Badlam, Samuel (of Weymouth) [1 reference]

Badlam, Unity Moss (wife of Samuel) [2 references]

Baffin's Bay and Strait [2 references]

Bagaduce, Mass. [See redirect]

Bagley, Col. Jonathan [2 references]

Bagnall (Bagnal), Mr. (probably Benjamin) [3 references]

Bagnell, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Bagnell, of Philadelphia [1 reference]

Bagshaw, pamphlet on episcopacy [1 reference]

Bahama Islands [8 references]

Bahama, Strait of [1 reference]

Baigelin, Comte de (French officer) [1 reference]

Bail [2 subentries]

Bailer [See redirect]

Bailey, Rev. Jacob (JA's Harvard classmate) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Bailey (Bayley), James, witness, No. 64 [15 references]

Bailey (Baley), Col. John [2 subentries]

Bailey, Nathan, Dictionary of Husbandry [1 reference]

Bailey, Nathaniel (of Weymouth) [1 reference]

Bailli de Suffren [See redirect]

Baillie, Lt. Col. William (British) [1 reference]

Bailment [2 subentries]

Baily, Col. (British), killed? [1 reference]

Bailyn, Bernard, on JA's style [1 reference]

Baker v. Meservey [1 reference]

Baker v. Pierce [1 reference]

Baker's Case [1 reference]

Baker, Deacon [3 references]

Baker, Miss, in Taunton [1 reference]

Baker, Dr. Moses, permitted to inoculate in Braintree [1 reference]

Baker, Mr. (secretary of Amsterdam admiralty college) [1 reference]

Baker, Mr., in No. 58 [1 reference]

Baker, Seth, in No.43 [7 references]

Baker, Capt. William (of the Britannia) [1 reference]

Balan [See redirect]

Balance, as a physical quality [1 reference]

Balch, Benjamin, in No. 7 [2 references]

Balch, Mr., returns to Mass. from England [1 reference]

Balch, Nathaniel [3 references]

Balch, Rev. Thomas [1 reference]

Bald Friars, Md. [3 references]

Bald Mountain [1 reference]

Baldwin v. Billingsley [1 reference]

Baldwin, Abraham (Ga. member of congress) [1 reference]

Baldwin, Edward (London butcher) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Baldwin, Jeduthun [5 subentries]

Baldwin, Col. Loammi [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Baldwin, Rev. Moses [1 reference]

Baldwin, Nathan [2 references]

Baldwin, Robert, London bookseller [1 reference]

Baldwins, taverns or stables [2 references]

Balfleur [See redirect]

Balfour, Lt. Col. Nisbet (British) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Ball, Samuel (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Ballard v. McLean [1 reference]

Ballard, of Boston [2 references]

Ballier (Ballioure, wine merchant) [2 references]

Ballooning [6 references + 6 subentries]

Balls, Charles (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Balm (medicine) [2 references]

Balsamum Fioraventi [1 reference]

Balstone, Nathaniel (justice of the peace), in No. 33 [1 reference]

Balthazar, Jean, Comte d'Adhémar [See redirect]

Baltic Sea [16 references + 4 subentries]

Baltimore (Amer. merchant ship) [1 reference]

Baltimore (Continental brigantine) [5 references]

“Baltimore Reports,” proverbial for falsities [1 reference]

Baltimore, Lord [See redirect]

Baltimore, Md. [8 references + 20 subentries]

Bancroft v. Lee, No. 10 [10 references]

Bancroft, Rev. Aaron (of Worcester) [1 reference]

Bancroft, Dr. Edward (Brit. spy and Amer. speculator) [13 references + 45 subentries]

Bancroft, Frederic [1 reference]

Bancroft, George [1 reference]

Bancroft, Jonathan, plaintiff, No. 10 [1 reference]

Bancroft, Thomas (H.C. 1788) [3 subentries]

Bank of England [9 references]

Bank of New York [1 reference]

Bank of North America (Phila.) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Bankruptcy Act [1 reference]

Banks and banking [5 references]

Banks, Capt. Francis (of the HMS Renown) [5 references + 2 subentries]

Banks, Sir Joseph (Brit. botanist) [1 subentry]

Bannister, Elizabeth (Brit. actress) [2 references]

Bannister, John (of Va.) [1 reference]

Bant, Mrs. (wife of William) [1 reference]

Bant, William [2 subentries]

Baptists [4 references + 17 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Bar [9 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Baraux & Cie. (Antwerp mercantile firm) [1 subentry]

Baraux, Mr. (Antwerp merchant) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Barbados, West Indies [17 references + 3 subentries]

Barbary States [7 references + 19 subentries + 5 “see also” entries]

Barbauld, Anna Letitia Aikin [1 subentry]

Barbe v. Parker [1 reference]

Barbé-Marbois, Elizabeth Moore (wife of François) [5 references]

Barbé-Marbois, François de (secy. to La Luzerne) [19 references + 26 subentries]

Barber, Nathaniel, Jr. [3 references + 3 subentries]

Barber, William (of Charlestown, Mass.), defendant, Form III [1 reference]

Barber, William, in Form XXI [1 reference]

Barbers [1 subentry]

Barbeu Dubourg, Jacques [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Barbeyrac, Isaac [See redirect]

Barbeyrac, Jean [3 references + 1 subentry]

Barbour, Peter, witness, No. 60 [2 references]

Barcarcel (Barcarel) [See redirect]

Barcelo, Don Antonio (Spanish navy) [1 reference]

Barcelona, Spain [4 references]

Barclay, Mary (wife of Thomas) [2 references + 4 subentries]

Barclay, Thomas (Amer. diplomat) [1 reference + 51 subentries]

Bardet [See redirect]

Bareboat charter [See redirect]

Baretti, Giuseppe Marc Antonio, Dictionary of the English and Italian Languages [2 references]

Barfleur (British ship of the line) [2 references]

Barin, Mr. (French merchant) [1 reference]

Baring, Sir Francis [1 reference]

Baring, Sir George [1 reference]

Bark (medicine) [1 reference]

Barker, Dr. [1 reference]

Barker, Elisha, witness, No. 14 [2 references]

Barker, Capt. Joshua [3 references]

Barker, Dr. Joshua (of Hingham) [3 references]

Barker, Joshua Thomas (son of Dr. Joshua) [2 references]

Barker, Thomas (of Hingham) [3 references]

Barkley, Capt. Andrew (of the British frigate Milford) [1 reference]

Barkley, Gilbert (British spy) [1 reference]

Barlow, Joel [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Barnard, Capt. [4 subentries]

Barnard, Sir F. [1 reference]

Barnard (Bernard), Joseph (postrider) [1 reference]

Barnard, Nathaniel (master of Liberty) [4 references]

Barnard, Sally [1 reference]

Barnard, Sarah [See redirect]

Barnard, Rev. Thomas (of Salem) [4 references]

Barnard, Tristram [2 references + 1 subentry]

Barnardiston, Thomas, Reports [1 reference]

Barnes, Christian [1 reference]

Barnes, Capt. Corbin (of the Dispatch and Active) [20 references + 4 subentries]

Barnes, David L. (of Taunton, Mass.) [1 reference]

Barnes, E. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Barnes, James (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Barnes, R. M., History of the Regiments and Uniforms of the British Army [1 reference]

Barnes, Samuel (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Barnes, Thomas (ex-prisoner) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Barnes, of Worcester, Mass. [1 reference]

Barnet (American) [1 reference]

Barnet, Capt. James [5 references]

Barnevelt [See redirect]

Barney, Capt. Joshua (of the packet General Washington) [12 references]

Barns, ship [1 reference]

Barnstable County, Mass. [3 references + 5 subentries]

Barnstable and Dukes County Superior Court [8 references]

Barnstable, Mass. [21 references]

Barnstadt, Lower Saxony [1 reference]

Baron, Moses, witness, No. 36 [1 reference]

Barons, Benjamin (Collector of Port of Boston) [5 references]

Barozzi [See redirect]

Barras, Jacques Melchior Saint Laurent, Comte de (French naval officer) [5 references]

Barras, Louis, Comte de, French admiral [1 reference]

Barré, Col. Isaac (M.P.) [6 references + 2 subentries]

Barre, Mass. [1 reference]

Barrel, Elisha, deposition of, No. 15 [1 reference]

Barrell, Anna Pierce (wife of Joseph) [1 reference]

Barrell, Colburn [2 references]

Barrell, Mrs. (wife of Colburn) [1 reference]

Barrell, Joseph [3 references]

Barrell, Joseph (Mass. House) [1 reference]

Barrell, Joseph, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Barrell, Joshua, Bridgewater “Lock Maker” [1 reference]

Barrell, Miss (of Boston) [1 reference]

Barrell, William [5 references + 7 subentries]

Barrell, William (of N.H.) [1 reference]

Barren Hill, Battle of [2 references]

Barrett, Margaret Hunt (wife of Nathaniel) [2 references]

Barrett, Mr., Concord gunmaker [1 reference]

Barrett, Nathaniel (Amer. merchant) [6 references + 3 subentries]

Barrett, Samuel [4 references]

Barrick, Joseph, juror, No. 63 [2 references]

Barrington, Daines [1 subentry]

Barrington, Adm. Samuel (British) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Barrington, William Wildman, 2d Viscount Barrington [3 references]

Barrington, captured in Amer. Revolution [1 reference]

Barristers [3 references + 5 subentries]

Barron, Ann Mortimer [1 reference]

Barron, Oliver (H.C. 1788) [3 subentries]

Barron, William [4 subentries]

Barron, William [1 subentry]

Barron, William Amherst (H.C. 1787) [5 subentries]

Barrow, Rev. Isaac [2 subentries]

Barrows, Daniel [1 reference]

Barry [1 “see also” entry]

Barry, Capt. (of the Amer. ship Union) [1 reference]

Barry, James (Brit. painter) [1 reference]

Barry, Capt. John (Continental Navy) [7 references + 3 subentries]

Barry, Sir Redmond [1 reference]

Barry, Richard, 6th Earl of Barrymore [1 reference]

Barsac (French wine region) [3 references]

Barthélemy, François (French chargé d'affaires in Britain) [7 references + 1 subentry]

Bartholomew, Robert [2 references]

Bartlet, Dr. [1 reference]

Bartlet (Bartlett), John, witness, No. 43 [2 references]

Bartlet, Mr., of Plymouth [1 reference]

Bartlet, William S., Life of Rev. Jacob Bailey [1 reference]

Bartlett v. Dodge [1 reference]

Bartlett, Bailey (Mass. member of Congress) [4 references + 6 subentries]

Bartlett, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Bartlett, Enoch (assessor) [1 reference]

Bartlett, Maj. Israel [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Bartlett, Mrs. (wife of Israel) [1 reference]

Bartlett, John (H.C. 1786) [2 references]

Bartlett, Josiah (delegate from N.H.) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Bartlett, Capt. Nicholas, Jr., prisoner of war [1 reference]

Bartlett, Peggy White (wife of Bailey) [11 subentries]

Bartlett (Bartlet), Capt. William, Beverly ship captain [1 reference]

Barton St. David, England [1 reference]

Barton, Lt. Col. William [2 references + 2 subentries]

Basen [See redirect]

Baskerville, John, printer [2 references]

Basking Ridge, N.J. [1 reference]

Basmarin, Pierre de (Bordeaux merchant and shipowner) [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Basmarin, Raimbeaux & Co. [See redirect]

Basque provinces, Spain [3 references]

Bass, Deacon Benjamin (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Bass, David [5 references]

Bass, Deacon [1 reference]

Bass, Rev. Edward (of Newburyport) [3 references]

Bass, Gillam, witness, No. 63 [1 reference]

Bass, Hannah [See redirect]

Bass, Hannah(?) (of Braintree) [2 references]

Bass, Henry [1 reference]

Bass, Henry, witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Bass, Jed. [2 references]

Bass, Jedediah, witness, No. 64 [9 references]

Bass, Jeriah (Amer. prisoner) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Bass, Jo. [5 references]

Bass, Rev. John [2 subentries]

Bass, Jonathan (of Braintree) [7 references + 5 subentries]

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

Bass, Maj. and Lt. Col. Jonathan [4 references]

Bass, Joseph, Jr. (of Braintree) [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Bass, Josiah (of Braintree) [2 references]

Bass, Mr. (of Braintree?), goods consigned to [1 reference]

Bass, Mr. [1 reference]

Bass, Mr., of Boston, deformed by smallpox [1 reference]

Bass, Mr. (of Braintree, father of Joseph) [3 references]

Bass, Nancy Adams (wife of Josiah) [1 reference]

Bass, Samuel (of Braintree) [3 references]

Bass, Samuel, 2d (father of Jeriah) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Bass, Sarah Beck (wife of Edward) [1 reference]

Bass, Seth [3 references]

Bass, Seth (son of Tertius) [1 reference]

Bass, Mrs. (wife of Tertius) [1 reference]

Bass, Tertius [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Bass, militia officer of Braintree [2 references]

Bass, of Braintree [3 references]

Bassenge (poet) [1 subentry]

Basset, Lt. James (29th Regiment) [3 references]

Bassett v. Jenkins [1 reference]

Bassett v. Mason [2 references]

Bassett v. Mayhew; Mayhew v. Bassett; Mayhew v. Allen, No. 1 [4 references]

Bassett, Christopher [1 reference]

Bassett, Cornelius (deputy sheriff) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Bassett (Basset), John, witness, No. 1 [4 references]

Bassett, Jonathan, witness, No. 43 [2 references]

Bassett (Bassitt, Basset), Joseph (Jo., Josh., Joh.), witness, No. 43 [5 references]

Bassett, Deacon Nathaniel, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Bassett, Nathaniel, witness, No. 3 [3 references]

Bassinett, tavernkeeper at Bristol, Penn. [1 reference]

Bastardy proceedings [2 subentries]

Batavia (ancient Netherlands) [2 references]

Batavia, Dutch East Indies [4 references]

Batavier (Dutch ship of the line) [1 reference]

Bate, Rev. Henry (later Sir Henry Bate Dudley) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Bates, Lt. Benjamin (of the Boston) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Bates, Patty Ann (Brit. actress) [2 references]

Bath, England [15 references + 12 subentries]

Bath, Maine [2 references]

Bathing, ocean, AA's first attempt at [1 reference]

Bathurst, Justice, quoted [1 reference]

Baton (liveryman) [1 reference]

Baton Rouge [1 reference]

Battering ram [1 reference]

Batteux, Abbé Charles [1 “see also” entry]

Battle, trial by [1 reference]

Baty, Gideon, witness, No. 43 [2 references]

Baudeau, Nicolas [1 reference]

Baudoin, L. C. R. (bookseller of Lorient) [2 references]

Baudouin (Beaudoin), of Paris [2 references]

Baum, Lt. Col. Frederick [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Baumberg, Johann Christoph (German schoolteacher) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Baurans, Pierre [1 reference]

Bause, Mr. de [1 reference]

Bavage, James, capture of [1 reference]

Bavaria [3 references]

Bavaria, Elector of [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Bavarian Succession, War of the [9 references + 11 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Baxter, Abigail [See redirect]

Baxter, Andrew, Enquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul [2 references]

Baxter, Anna Adams (1st wife of Joseph) [1 reference]

Baxter, Jerusha Arnold (2d wife of Joseph) [2 references]

Baxter, John [1 reference]

Baxter, Capt. Joseph [3 references]

Baxter, Mrs., of Braintree [1 reference]

Baxter, Mrs. (wife of Ned) [1 reference]

Baxter, Ned (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Baxter, Richard, deposition of, No. 58 [1 reference]

Baxter, Stephen (H.C. 1788) [2 subentries]

Baxter, Thompson [2 references]

Baxter, Capt., of Braintree [1 reference]

Biscay, Bay of [21 references]

Bayard, Col. (of Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Bayard, James [1 reference]

Bayard, Maj. John [4 references + 4 subentries]

Bayard, Misses (of N.Y.) [1 reference]

Bayard, William (N.Y. merchant) [5 references]

Bayard, son of William Bayard [2 subentries]

Baye des Puans [See redirect]

Bayle, Pierre [1 subentry]

Bayley [1 “see also” entry]

Bayley v. Niles [1 reference]

Bayley, Rev. James, of Weymouth [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Bayley, Nathaniel [2 references]

Bayley, Sarah [1 reference]

Bayley, in Taunton case of Place v. Atwood [1 reference]

Baylor (Bailer), Brig. Gen. George [1 reference]

Bayly v. Raby et al. [1 reference]

Baynes v. Reeves [1 reference]

Bayonne, France [13 references + 2 subentries]

Beacon Hill [See redirect]

Beacon Island, Mass. [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Beacon, N.Y. [See redirect]

Beal, Josiah [1 reference]

Beal, of Braintree [1 reference]

Beale, Capt. Benjamin (Braintree merchant) [9 references + 2 subentries]

Beale, Ann Copland (wife of Benjamin, Sr.) [2 references]

Beale, Mrs. (wife of Benjamin) [1 reference]

Beale, Squire Benjamin [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Beale, Benjamin, Jr. (H.C. 1787) [1 reference + 8 subentries]

Beale, George [1 reference]

Beale, Mr. (Amer. prisoner) [1 reference]

Beale, Nathaniel (Amer. prisoner) [2 references]

Beale, Nathaniel, and brother (of Braintree) [2 subentries]

Beale, William, royalist divine [1 reference]

Beals, Mr. [1 reference]

Bealses (the 2), of Braintree [1 reference]

Bearns, James (of the Lexington) [2 references]

Bears (Beers), Isaac, tavernkeeper at New Haven, Conn. [5 references]

Bearse, Levi, witness, No. 43 [3 references]

Beauchamp v. Neggin [1 reference]

Beaudinoit, Capt. (of N.Y.) [1 reference]

Beaudoin [See redirect]

Beaufort, George (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Beaufort, S.C. [4 references]

Beaugeard, merchant at Lorient [1 reference]

Beaugency, France [4 references]

Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de (French agent and playwright) [7 references + 22 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Beaumont, Duc de [1 reference]

Beaumont, Christophe de, Archbishop of Paris [1 reference]

Beaunoir, Alexandre Louis Bertrand Robineau [2 subentries]

Beaver (N.Y. privateer sloop) [1 reference]

Beavers Prize (British sloop) [1 reference]

Becca (works for Mary Cranch) [1 reference]

Beccaria, Cesare Bonesana, Marchese di [1 subentry]

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

Beckford, William [1 subentry]

Beckman, Mr. (in Antwerp) [1 reference]

Beckmann, Mr. (in Göteborg) [1 reference]

Becky, Miss [1 reference]

Bed and board, divorce from [See redirect]

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

Bedford Party (followers of the Duke of Bedford) [7 references]

Bedford, Gertrude Leveson-Gower Russell, Dowager Duchess of [2 references + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Bedford, Gunning (1742-1797) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Bedford, Gunning (1747-1812) [2 references]

Bedford, John Russell, 4th Duke of [1 reference + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Bedford, Mass. [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Bedford, Mrs., boards Md. delegates in Philadelphia [1 reference]

Bedfordshire, England [1 reference]

Bee, Thomas (S.C. member of Congress) [3 references]

Beech, Mr., of N.Y. [1 reference]

Beef [3 references + 1 subentry]

Bees and beekeeping [3 references]

Beekman's Precinct, N.Y. [1 reference]

Beekman, Antwerp art dealer [1 reference]

Beem, J. Van (of Amsterdam) [1 subentry]

Beer, Thomas (English rope maker) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Beere, Arent Julianus Carel de [1 reference]

Beers, Isaac [See redirect]

Beets, Mr. Van der (of Amsterdam) [2 references]

Begard, Lt., aboard the frigate Boston [2 references]

Belcher, Lt., of Braintree [1 reference]

Belcher (Andrew) v. Hunt (Enoch) [1 reference]

Belcher, Mr. (Adams tenant and farm hand) [10 references]

Belcher family, of Braintree [1 reference]

Belcher v. Ruddock and Story [1 reference]

Belcher, Andrew [2 references]

Belcher, Mrs. (wife of Andrew) [1 reference]

Belcher, E., Braintree farm hand [2 references]

Belcher, Ebenezer [1 reference]

Belcher, Mrs. (wife of Ebenezer) [1 reference]

Belcher, Elijah (of Braintree) [10 references]

Belcher, Gov. Jonathan (Mass.) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Belcher, L., holds town lands in Braintree [1 reference]

Belcher, Mary [1 reference]

Belcher, Mrs. (wife of Moses) [3 references]

Belcher, Moses (the younger) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Belcher, Moses (“Deacon”) [3 subentries]

Belcher, Mr., conveys letter for JA [1 reference]

Belcher, Mrs. (of Braintree) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Belcher, Nathaniel, Lt. [5 references + 4 subentries]

Belcher, Samuel [1 reference]

Belcher, William (“Billy”) [7 references]

Belfast, Maine [1 reference]

Belgium [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Belidor, Bernard Forest de [4 subentries]

Belisarius, Mass. privateer [1 reference]

Belkmoon(?), Lt. [1 reference]

Belknap (Belnap), Joseph, witness, No. 63 [3 references]

Belknap Press of Harvard University Press [1 reference]

Belknap, Jeremiah, witness, No. 60 [2 references]

Belknap, Rev. Jeremy (of Dover, N.H.) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Belknap, Waldron P., Jr. [1 reference]

Bell, Christian (wife of James), killing of, No. 62 [1 reference]

Bell, James, defendant, No. 62 [1 reference]

Bell, John [3 subentries]

Bell, Peter (English geographer) [1 reference]

Bell, Thomas [1 reference]

Bell, Capt. Thomas (of the Chevalier de La Luzerne) [6 references + 3 subentries]

Belle Ile, France [5 references]

Belle Isle (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Belle Isle, Strait of [8 references]

Belle Poule (French frigate) [13 references]

Bellegarde, Mr., in French diplomatic history [1 reference]

Bellhou, Eunice (of Braintree?) [1 reference]

Bellin, J. N., Petit atlas maritime [1 reference]

Bellingham, Mass., First Baptist Church [1 reference]

Bellona (Roman goddess of war) [4 references]

Bellona (British privateer) [1 reference]

Belton, Capt. Jonas [2 references + 1 subentry]

Belton, Joseph (ex-prisoner) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Bembibre, Spain [2 references]

Bembridge, John, witness, No. 56 [1 reference]

Bemis Heights, Battle of [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Bemis, John [1 reference]

Bemis, Samuel F. [2 references + 1 subentry]

Bénard, Abraham Joseph (actor) [1 reference]

Bencor, Brown (British prisoner) [1 reference]

Benezet, John [1 reference]

Bengal, India [1 reference]

Beninghove, Jacob [1 reference]

Benjamin (Amer. sloop) [1 reference]

Benjamin, Capt., of Stratford, Conn. [1 reference]

Bennet v. Gridley [1 reference]

Bennet, Mrs. (of Boston) [1 reference]

Bennett v. Holbech [1 reference]

Bennington, Battle of [7 references]

Benson, Egbert (N.Y. member of Congress) [1 reference]

Benson, Robert [1 reference]

Benson, William, free African American [1 reference]

Bent, Rev. Josiah, of Weymouth [1 reference]

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

Bent, Nedabiah, Braintree loyalist voted “Inimical” [1 reference]

Bentinck van Schoonheeten, Volkier Rudolph [1 reference]

Bentinck, William Henry Cavendish, 3d Duke of Portland [5 references]

Bentinck, Capt. Wolter Jan Gerrit, Baron (of the Batavier) [1 reference]

Bentivoglio, Guido, Cardinal [1 subentry]

Bentley, Richard [2 subentries]

Benton, Thomas Hart (U.S. Sen., Mo.) [1 reference]

Beranger, Vicomte de [1 reference]

Bercka, Saxony [1 reference]

Berckel, Engelbert François van (pensionary of Amsterdam) [1 reference + 56 subentries]

Berckel, Gertruy Roskam van (wife of Engelbert) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Berckel, Miss van (daughter of Pieter) [6 references]

Berckel, Mr. van (son of Pieter) [3 references]

Berckel, Pieter Johan van (Dutch minister to U.S.) [3 references + 9 subentries]

Berebiesca [See redirect]

Bérenger, Laurent (secy. to La Vauguyon) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Bergara [See redirect]

Bergen Point, N.J. [1 reference]

Bergen, Marquis de [1 reference]

Bergen, N.J. [1 reference]

Bergen, Norway [2 references]

Bergen-op-Zoom, Netherlands [3 references]

Bergèrac, Mr. [1 reference]

Bergsma, Mr. (of Friesland) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Bering Strait [1 reference]

Berkeley, George, Bishop of Cloyne [2 references + 2 subentries]

Berkell, Mr. Van (burgomaster of Rotterdam) [1 reference]

Berkenhout, Dr. John [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Berkenrode, Mattheus Lestevenon van (Dutch ambassador to France) [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Berkley, Capt. (of the Fairy and later the Vestal) [2 references]

Berks County, Penn. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Berkshire Constitutionalists [3 references]

Berkshire County, Mass. [13 references + 3 subentries]

Berkshire, England [3 references]

Berlage, Hendrik Petrus (Dutch architect) [1 reference]

Berlin, Germany [29 references]

Berlin Gazette [1 reference]

Berlin, Court of [See redirect]

Bermuda [15 references]

Bern, Switzerland [2 references]

Bernard, Capt., in France [1 reference]

Bernard Papers [2 subentries]

Bernard, Gov. Francis (of Mass.) [45 references + 44 subentries]

Bernard, Mme. (of Haverhill) [1 reference]

Bernard, Sir Thomas, Appeal to the Public [2 references]

Bernardo, Campo y Pérez de la Serna, Marquis del (Spanish minister to England) [5 references]

Bernardston, Mass. [1 reference]

Bernhard, J. (former Dutch army officer) [2 subentries]

Berquin, Arnaud [1 subentry]

Berry, William (prisoner at Dinan, France) [2 references]

Bersolle, Mr. [8 subentries]

Bertie, Willoughby, 4th Earl of Abingdon [2 references]

Bertin, Henri Léonard Jean Baptiste [2 references + 2 subentries]

Bertin, Mlle., milliner to Queen [1 reference]

Bertin, Mme. [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Bertin, nephew of H. L. J. B. Bertin [2 references]

Bertrand K'Enguen, Capt. Yves, master of La Fortune [1 reference]

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

Berwick, Duke of [3 references]

Berwick, Jacques Fitz-James, Duc de (son of James II) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Berwick, Maine [1 reference]

Best evidence rule [See redirect]

Bestoujef, Michael [2 references]

Betanzos, Spain [6 references + 1 subentry]

Bethlehem, N.Y. [2 references]

Bethlehem, Penn. [6 references + 4 subentries]

Bethune, George [3 references]

Béthune, Maximilien de, Duc de Sully [2 references]

Bethune, Mr., in No. 64 [1 reference]

Betoun, J. In. de (secy. to Provincial States of Gelderland) [1 reference]

Betsey (brig) [1 reference]

Betsy (Amer.? ship) [4 references]

Betsy (British merchant ship) [1 reference]

Bettenham, John (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Betts, of Norwalk, Conn. [2 references]

Beverly, Mass. [21 references]

Beverly, Mr. (of Va.) [2 references]

Beyma, C. L. [1 subentry]

Bible [9 references + 68 subentries]

Bicker, Hendrik (Amsterdam banker) [4 references + 7 subentries]

Bicker, Mr. (son of Hendrik) [4 references]

Bickerstaffe, Isaac [1 subentry]

Bicknal, B. and Mrs. [1 reference]

Bicknell v. Draper [1 reference]

Bicknell, Bethia Adams Hunt [2 references]

Bidassoa River, Spain [1 reference]

Biddeford, Maine [5 references]

Biddle, Catharine [See redirect]

Biddle, Clement Cornell (lawyer) [1 reference]

Biddle, Edward, Penn. member of Continental Congress [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Biddle, Capt. Nicholas, Continental Navy [6 references]

Biddle, Owen (of Penn.) [3 references]

Biddle, of Philadelphia [1 reference]

Bielfeld, Baron Jacob Friedrich von [1 subentry]

Bien Aimé (French ship of the line) [3 references]

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

Biers [See redirect]

Bigelow, Capt. (of Boston) [6 subentries]

Bigelow, Abraham [1 reference]

Bigelow, Anna Andrews (mother of Timothy) [1 reference]

Bigelow, Maj. John, delivers rejection of Arnold-Forster cartel [1 reference]

Bigelow, John, on Franklin in Passy [1 reference]

Bigelow, Timothy (H.C. 1786) [5 references]

Bigelow, of Middletown, Conn. [1 reference]

Biglow, Hosea [See redirect]

Bigot, Charles (Friesland's deputy to States General) [2 references]

Bilbao, Spain [14 references + 16 subentries]

Biles [See redirect]

Biliarente River [2 references]

Bill of Rights (1689) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Bill of Rights, Va. [1 reference]

Billeray, Jacques François (French chargé d'affaires to Tuscany) [1 reference]

Billerica, Mass. [6 references]

Billiards [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Billing [See redirect]

Billing, Mr., defendant, No. 39 [1 reference]

Billings (JA's farm hand) [3 references]

Billings, Edmund (of Braintree) [2 references]

Billings, Edmund, excused juror, No. 63 [1 reference]

Billings, John (of Braintree) [5 references]

Billings, John, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Billings, Oliver (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Billings, Richard (of Braintree) [2 references]

Billings, militia officer of Braintree [1 reference]

Billingsport (now Paulsboro), N.J. [6 references]

Billopp, Christopher, house on Staten Island [3 references]

Bills of exchange [34 subentries]

Bills of lading, actions on [2 subentries]

Binet, Mme. [1 reference]

Bingham, Anne Willing (wife of William) [3 references + 18 subentries]

Bingham, Charles, Lord Lucan (husband of Margaret) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Bingham, Hon. Lavinia (Countess Spencer) [1 reference]

Bingham, Margaret, Lady Lucan (Brit. artist) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Bingham, William (Phila. banker) [1 reference + 24 subentries]

Bird, Col. Mark [2 references]

Birds [2 references]

Biren (Biron), Ernst Johann, Duke of Courland [2 references]

Birmingham, England [9 references]

Biron [See redirect]

Births [17 subentries]

Biscay, province of Spain [11 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Bisdom, Dirk Rudolph Wyckerheld (Dutch) [2 references]

Bishop for America, JA on [1 reference]

Bishop v. The Freemason [3 references]

Bishop, Abigail [See redirect]

Bishop, Abigail Tufts (wife of John) [4 references]

Bishop, John (husband of Abigail Tufts) [1 reference]

Bishop, John, miller of Medford [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Bishop, Mr., near Medford, Mass. [1 reference]

Bishop, Mr., provides lodging for Gen. Sullivan on Winter Hill [1 reference]

Bissall (Bissill), tavernkeeper of East Windsor, Conn. [2 references]

Bissi, Mr. (young Frenchman) [2 references]

Black Princess (privateer) [3 references]

Black River, Honduras [2 references]

Black Sea [3 references]

Black's Creek [See redirect]

Black, David, loyalist captured after British evacuation of Boston [1 reference]

Black, Joseph [1 reference]

Black, Moses [1 reference]

Black, Mr. [1 reference]

Black, Mr. (of Boston) [2 references]

Black, Thomas (Amer. seaman) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Blackall v. Heal [See redirect]

Blackburn, Joseph, portrait of James Otis [2 references]

Blackburne, Francis (British) [3 subentries]

Blackheath, England [2 references]

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1 reference]

Blacksmiths [2 references]

Blackstock Plantation, S.C. [4 references]

Blackstone, Sir William [8 subentries]

Blackwell, Capt. (of the Amer. schooner Milford) [1 reference]

Blackwell v. Eales (——— and Blackall v. Heal) [2 references]

Bladud, King (purported founder of Bath) [2 references]

Blaeu, John, Atlas Maior [2 references]

Blair, Capt. (British) [1 reference]

Blair, Hugh [3 subentries]

Blair, John (justice) [2 references]

Blair, Mrs. (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Blair, Rev. Samuel [3 references]

Blaise, Adolphe [1 reference]

Blake, Anne Izard (wife of William) [6 references + 1 subentry]

Blake, Anne (daughter of William) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Blake, Daniel (merchant at Nantes) [5 references]

Blake, Francis (H.C. 1789) [1 reference]

Blake, Francis or George [1 reference]

Blake, George (H.C. 1789) [2 references]

Blake, Rev. James [1 reference]

Blake, Joseph, Jr. (H.C. 1786) [3 references]

Blake, Mrs. (of Boston, niece of Dr. Perkins) [1 reference]

Blake, T. [1 reference]

Blake, William (of S.C.) [11 references + 1 subentry]

Blakly [See redirect]

Blanchard, Dr., of Providence, R.I. [1 reference]

Blanchard, Jean Pierre (balloonist) [3 references]

Blanchelande, Lt. Col. Philibert François Roussel de [1 reference]

Blanco, Juan [3 references]

Bland, Richard (Va. member of Congress) [5 references]

Bland, Col. Theodorick [3 references]

Blandford, England [2 references]

“Blank Dispatches” [See redirect]

Blankets [1 reference]

Blaye, France [5 references]

Blaze-Castle, British ship, captured [1 reference]

Bleakley (Blakney), John (of Phila.) [4 references]

Bleeding (medical treatment) [1 reference]

Bleiswyck, Pieter van (Grand Pensionary of Holland) [5 references + 41 subentries]

Blenheim Palace (Brit. estate) [4 references]

Blésois (Blaisois), France [2 references]

Blewer, Capt. Joseph [1 reference]

Bliss, Daniel [2 subentries]

Bliss, Daniel and Mrs., Boston loyalists at Quebec [1 reference]

Bliss, John (of Mass.) [3 references]

Bliss, Jonathan [1 subentry]

Bliss, Moses, identified [1 reference]

Bliss, Mr., intercepted letter from, read in Mass. Provincial Congress [1 reference]

Bliss, Samuel, in No. 63 [1 reference]

Bliss, Theodore [2 subentries]

Bliss, of Charlestown, Mass. [1 reference]

Bliss, of Springfield, Mass. [1 reference]

Blistering (medical treatment) [1 reference]

Block Island [1 reference]

Block, Adrian [1 reference]

Blockade of Boston [1 reference]

Blockades [2 subentries]

The Blockheads, or The Affrightened Officers [3 references]

Blodget, Nathan [3 subentries]

Blodget, Samuel (Haverhill merchant) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Blodget, of Boston [1 reference]

Blodgett, Benjamin (son of Judge Samuel) [5 references]

Blodgett, Caleb (son of Judge Samuel) [3 references]

Blodgett, Nathan (son of Judge Samuel) [3 references]

Blodgett, Judge Samuel (of Haverhill) [6 references]

Blodgett, Samuel, Jr. [1 reference]

Blodgett, William (son of Judge Samuel) [4 references]

Blomberg, Hendrik van [6 subentries]

Blondel, François, Nouvelle manière [2 references]

Blondel, Mr. [1 reference]

Blondin (servant) [1 reference]

Blondot, Mr. [3 references]

Blood, whole and half [2 subentries]

Bloody Point Ferry [1 reference]

“Bloody-back,” reference to flogging [2 references]

Blount, Mr. [1 reference]

Blowers, Sampson Salter [14 subentries]

Blue Hills, Mass. [16 references]

Blue, Charles (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Blunt, Rev. John [1 reference]

Blush, Elijah (Elisha), witness, No. 43 [3 references]

Blussé, Pieter (of Dordrecht) [1 subentry]

Bluster [See redirect]

Blyenburg (Dutch warship) [1 reference]

Blyth, Benjamin [5 subentries]

Blyth, John, Jr. [2 references]

Blyth, John, Sr. [1 reference]

Board of Admiralty [See redirect]

Board of Sick and Hurt Seamen (British) [1 reference]

Board of Trade and Plantations (British) [2 references + 6 subentries]

Board of Trade, Bilbao [2 references]

Board of Treasury [3 references]

Board of War and Ordnance [20 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Boardman, Capt. Offin [2 subentries]

Boardman, Susanna Adams [See redirect]

Boardman, William, rejected juror, No. 63 [1 reference]

Boardman, of Boston [1 reference]

Bob (Amer. cartel ship) [3 references]

Bockenheim, Germany [1 reference]

Bocking, England [1 reference]

Bodfish et al. v. Selectmen of Barnstable [2 references]

“Body,” the (Boston mass meeting) [1 reference]

Boehme (Behmen), Jakob [1 reference]

Boeotians [1 reference]

Boerhaave, Hermann (Dutch medical scientist) [4 references]

Boers (Bourse), Frederik Willem [2 references]

Boetzelaer, Christina Charlotte Margaretha (von Stoecken), Baroness van den [2 references]

Boetzelaer, uncle of Lynden van Blitterswyck [1 reference]

Boger, Lt. Richard [1 reference]

Bohemia [2 references]

Boies and Clark v. Russell [1 reference]

Boies v. Gillespie, Form XXVII [1 reference]

Boies, Antipas [2 references]

Boies, Hannah Clark (wife of Jeremiah Smith) [1 reference]

Boies (Boyes), James [2 references + 2 subentries]

Boies, Jeremiah Smith [4 references]

Boies, Lucy [1 reference]

Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas (French poet and critic) [7 references + 4 subentries]

Boiling, R. (of Va.) [1 reference]

Boin [See redirect]

Boisbertrand, Gayault de, letter to Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Boissy, Louis de, Le Français à Londres [2 references]

Boling, Mr. [4 references]

Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Viscount [See redirect]

Bollan, William [6 references + 7 subentries]

Bologna, Italy, tower of [1 reference]

Bolter, suit against, over apprentice weaver [1 reference]

Bolton, Charles [1 reference]

Bolton, Conn. [1 reference]

Bolton, Mass. [3 references]

Bonaparte, Napoleon [See redirect]

Bonaventure Island, Quebec [1 reference]

Bonavista, Cape, Newfoundland [2 references]

Bonbelles (Bombelles?), Baron de (of the Cérès) [1 reference]

Bond, Hannah Cranch (niece of Richard Cranch) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Bond, Sarah Roberts (wife of Thomas, Sr.) [1 reference]

Bond, Dr. Thomas, Jr. (1743-1794) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Bond, Dr. Thomas, Sr. (1712-1784) [2 subentries]

Bond, William (husband of Hannah) [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Bond, Col. William [2 references]

Bond, appeal [1 reference]

Bond, chancery of [2 references + 1 subentry]

Bond, customs [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Bond, performance, action on [1 reference]

Bondfield, Achlam (brother of John) [1 reference]

Bondfield, Hayward & Co. (Bordeaux) [1 reference]

Bondfield, John (U.S. agent at Bordeaux) [9 references + 67 subentries]

Bonds [3 subentries]

Bonds of matrimony, divorce from [See redirect]

Bonetta (British sloop) [2 references]

Bongass, Robert (prisoner at Dinan, France) [2 references]

Bonham's Case, cited, No. 44 [4 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Bonhamtown, N.J. [3 references]

Bonhomme Richard (Continental ship, formerly the Duc de Duras) [11 references + 7 subentries]

Bonne, Rigobert (French hydrographer) [1 subentry]

Bonner, John [1 subentry]

Bonnet, Mr. (attorney) [1 reference]

Bonnet (Bonnett), Stede [3 references]

Bonnot de Condillac, Etienne, Abbé [1 reference]

Book of Abigail and John [1 reference]

Book of Assizes, cited [3 references]

Book of Common Prayer [1 reference]

Books and booksellers [35 subentries + 8 “see also” entries]

Boors' wagons, in the Netherlands [1 reference]

Boothbay, James, witness, No. 2 [1 reference]

Bordeaux, France [19 references + 40 subentries]

Borden, Ann [See redirect]

Bordieu [1 “see also” entry]

Bordieu, Mary (Polly) Sears [1 reference]

Bordieu, in London [1 reference]

Bordley, John Beale (half-brother of Edmund Jenings) [2 references]

Bordley, John or Matthias (nephews of Edmund Jenings) [8 references + 2 subentries]

Bordman, Mr., in No. 1 [1 reference]

Boreas (British frigate) [1 reference]

Boreas (mythical) [6 references]

Boreel, Mrs. (wife of Willem) [4 references]

Boreel, Willem (Holland deputy to and president of States General) [8 references + 6 subentries]

Boreham, England [1 reference]

Borga, Finland [1 reference]

Borgia family [2 references]

Borgia, Cesare, Duke of Valentinois [7 references]

Borland property [4 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Borland, Anna Vassall (wife of John) [5 references + 4 subentries]

Borland, Capt. Archibald (of the Tryall; British prisoner) [1 reference]

Borland, Francis [1 reference]

Borland, Francis Lindall [1 reference]

Borland, John [3 references + 4 subentries]

Borland, Leonard Vassall [5 references + 1 subentry]

Borland, Samuel (H.C. 1786) [3 references]

Borosdin, Gen. (Russian) [1 reference]

Borré, Chevalier de Prudhomme de [2 references]

Borrough (Bourrough), William [2 references]

Borsselert, W. Z. van (president of States General) [1 reference]

Bory (Borry), of Paris [2 references]

Borzachini, in JA's accounts [1 reference]

Boscawen, Edward [1 reference]

Boschart, Mr. (Dordrecht pensionary) [1 reference]

Boson v. Sandford [1 reference]

Bosset de la Rochette, Baron Georges François (envoy from German states to the Netherlands) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne [1 subentry]

Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. [See redirect]

Boston (Amer. privateer) [3 references]

Boston (Continental frigate) [9 references + 30 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Boston (formerly the Zechary Baily), Mass. privateer [1 reference]

Boston (pseudonym) [2 references + 4 subentries]

Boston Athenaeum [5 references]

Boston Bar Association, first [1 reference]

Boston Censor, quoted [2 references]

Boston Chronicle [12 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Boston Committee of Correspondence [1 reference]

Boston Courier [1 “see also” entry]

Boston Daily Advertiser [1 reference]

Boston Daily Advocate [1 “see also” entry]

Boston Evening Post [23 references + 3 subentries]

Boston Gazette [68 references + 21 subentries]

Boston Harbor [9 references + 37 subentries + 4 “see also” entries]

Boston Instructions [5 references + 2 subentries]

Boston Light, Beacon Island [2 references]

Boston Lighthouse, Little Brewster Island [4 subentries]

Boston Magazine [5 references]

Boston Massacre [4 references + 16 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Boston Massacre Trials [14 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Boston Medical Library [2 references]

Boston Morning Post [1 “see also” entry]

Boston Neck [10 references + 1 subentry]

Boston News Letter [10 references]

Boston Packet (ship) [5 references]

Boston Patriot [5 references + 4 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Boston Port Act [17 references + 8 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Boston Post Boy [4 references + 3 subentries]

Boston Post Road [1 reference]

Boston Public Library [11 references + 1 subentry]

Boston Tea Party [19 references + 5 subentries]

Boston Weekly Advertiser [1 reference]

Boston, Mass. [288 subentries + 13 “see also” entries]

Bostonian, A, newspaper pseudonym [1 reference]

Bostwick sisters (of N.Y.) [1 reference]

Bostwick, Hannah [See redirect]

Bostwick, Mary [See redirect]

Boswell, James [2 subentries]

Botany [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Botereau & Co. (Amsterdam mercantile firm) [1 reference]

Botoneca, Pepala [2 references]

Botsen (Botzen), Capt., pilot for North American coast [2 references]

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

Bottomry bond, suit on [1 reference]

Bouchant, Mr. (surgeon on the Courier de l'Amérique) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Boucher, Jonathan [2 references]

Bouderot, Basil [2 references]

Boudinot, Elias (N.J. member of Congress) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Boudot, Jean, Dictionarium Universale Latino-Gallicum [1 reference]

Bouffet (Bouffé), of Paris [3 references]

Boufflers-Rouverel, Marie Charlotte Hippolyte de Camps de Saujon, Comtesse de [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Bougainville, Como. Louis-Antoine de [6 references]

Bouillé, François Claude Amour, Marquis de (gov. of Martinique) [1 reference]

Bouker, Leonard, purchaser of JQA's Vt. property [1 reference]

Boulainvilliers, Anne Gabriel Henri Bernard, Marquis de [4 references + 2 subentries]

Boulainvilliers, Henri, Comte de [3 subentries]

Boulainvilliers, Mlle. (Mlle. de Passy) [1 reference]

Boulainvilliers, Mme. [2 references]

Boulogne, France [16 references]

Boulogne-Billancourt, France [1 reference]

Boulonnoise (French brig) [1 reference]

Boundaries, U.S. [12 subentries + 4 “see also” entries]

Boundbrook, Battle of [2 references]

Bounties, recruiting [5 references]

Bounty (H.M.S.), trial of mutineers [1 reference]

Bourbon (Continental frigate) [3 references]

Bourbon, Duc de [1 “see also” entry]

Bourbon, House of [8 references]

Bourbonnais Regiment [2 references]

Bourdaloue, Louis [1 subentry]

Bourdieu, Maria Sears (wife of Peregrine) [1 reference]

Bourdieu, Peregrine [1 reference]

Bourgatte, Charles, account of Boston Massacre [2 references]

Bourgogne, La (French warship) [2 references]

Bourgogne, Louis, Duc de [1 reference]

Bourne, Melatiah [3 references]

Bourne, Rouse [2 references]

Bourne, Mrs. (wife of Shearjashub) [1 reference]

Bourne, Shearjashub [3 references + 6 subentries]

Bourrough [See redirect]

Boursault, Edmé, Le mercure galant [1 reference]

Bourse [See redirect]

Bouscaren [1 reference]

Boush, Dr. (of Va.) [1 reference]

Boutineau, James [2 references]

Bouvet, old French naval officer in Lorient [1 reference]

Bouwens & Van der Hoop (Amsterdam mercantile firm) [1 reference]

Bouwens, Daniël Jan (Amsterdam merchant-banker) [7 references + 1 subentry]

Boux, Mr. (Amsterdam shipbuilder) [1 reference]

Bow, N.H. [4 references]

Bowden, Rev. John [1 reference]

Bowditch [See redirect]

Bowdoin prize, Harvard [1 “see also” entry]

Bowdoin v. Springer [2 references]

Bowdoin, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Bowdoin, Elizabeth Erving (wife of James) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Bowdoin, Hannah Portage (James' mother) [1 reference]

Bowdoin, James (1726-1790) [10 references + 59 subentries]

Bowdoin, James, Jr. (1752-1811) [2 subentries]

Bowdoin, John (of Va.) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Bowdoin, Mr. (of Va.) [2 references]

Bowdoin, Mr. (of Va.) [3 references]

Bowdoin, William [4 references]

Bowdoinham, Maine [1 reference]

Bowen (Boin), Jeremiah, in No. 36 [3 references]

Bowen, Peter, witness, No. 56 [6 references]

Bowens, Francis (Ostend merchant) [2 references + 5 subentries]

Bowens, Mr. (postmaster at Ostend, brother of Francis) [1 reference]

Bowering [1 “see also” entry]

Bowering, John (of Exeter, England) [3 references]

Bowering, Miss, daughter of John Bowering of Exeter, England [1 reference]

Bowering, brother of John Bowering of Exeter, England [1 reference]

Bowers, Jerathmeel (of Mass.) [4 references + 3 subentries]

Bowes, Boston shopkeeper [1 reference]

Bowes, William [1 reference]

Bowin (of Boulogne) [1 reference]

Bowles v. Bury [2 references]

Bowles, Capt., litigation with Chambers [1 reference]

Bowles, Carington (London printer) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Bowling [See redirect]

Bowman, Archibald, witness, No. 64 [3 references]

Bowman, Jonathan [1 reference]

Bowman, Jonathan, Jr. (1735-1804), identified [1 reference]

Bowman, Jonathan, Sr. (1703-1775), identified [1 reference]

Bowman, Nathaniel (H.C. 1786) [2 references]

Bowman, tavernkeeper of Oxford, Mass. [1 reference]

Bowood, Wiltshire, England [1 reference]

Boxford Parish v. Rogers [1 reference]

Boxing [1 reference]

Boyd, Julian P. [3 subentries]

Boyd, Lawrence, letter to JA listed [1 reference]

Boyd, Mr. (a youth) [1 reference]

Boyd, William [1 reference]

Boyenton, Edmund (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Boyer, Abel [2 subentries]

Boyes [See redirect]

Boyle, Hamilton [1 reference]

Boyle, John, 5th Earl of Orrery, Remarks on the Life and Writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift [1 reference]

Boyle-Walsingham, Como. Robert [See redirect]

Boylston family of Boston [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Boylston family coat of arms [1 reference]

Boylston prize declamations, Harvard [1 “see also” entry]

Boylston, Ann White (wife of Peter, JA's maternal grandmother) [3 references]

Boylston, Anne [See redirect]

Boylston, Dudley [1 reference]

Boylston, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Boylston, John (1709-1795, 1st cousin of JA's mother) [9 references + 8 subentries]

Boylston, Mary [See redirect]

Boylston, Mary [See redirect]

Boylston, Mary Gardner (wife of Thomas) [1 reference]

Boylston, Nicholas (1716–1771, cousin of JA's mother) [8 references + 1 subentry]

Boylston, Peter (d. 1743, JA's grandfather) [5 references]

Boylston, Rebecca [See redirect]

Boylston, Richard [1 reference]

Boylston, Sarah Morecock (d. 1774, wife of Thomas, great-aunt of JA) [2 subentries]

Boylston, Susanna (JA's mother) [See redirect]

Boylston, Thomas (1644?-1696?, JA's great-grandfather) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Boylston, Thomas (1667-1739) [1 reference]

Boylston, Thomas (1721-1798, 1st cousin of JA's mother) [10 references + 10 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Boylston, Thomas (d. 1739 great-uncle of JA) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Boylston, Ward Nicholas (1747–1828, 2d cousin of JA) [7 references + 4 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Boylston, Dr. Zabdiel (1679-1766, great uncle of JA) [7 references]

Boyne (British ship of the line) [3 references]

Boystel, French consul general in Spain [1 reference]

Boze, Joseph, portrait of Lafayette by [2 references]

Braam, Capt. van (Dutch naval officer) [1 reference]

Brabant (province of Belgium) [5 references]

Brabant, Sophie de (pantomimist) [1 reference]

Brace, Capt., witness, No. 52 [2 references]

Bracht, Herman van (Dutch editor and translator) [8 subentries]

Bracket (Brackett), Joshua (innkeeper) [1 reference]

Bracket, Mr. (of Braintree?), goods consigned to [1 reference]

Brackett's Tavern, Braintree [3 references]

Brackett, Alice [1 reference]

Brackett, Benjamin (Amer. prisoner) [4 references]

Brackett, Hannah Whipple (wife of Joshua) [2 references]

Brackett, James (of Braintree) [18 references]

Brackett, James, Jr. [1 reference]

Brackett (Bracket), Joseph [1 reference]

Brackett, Capt. Joseph(?) (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Brackett, Joshua (N.H. physician and admiralty judge) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Brackett, Joshua (of Boston) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Brackett, Mary (wife of James) [3 references]

Brackett, Mercy (wife of William) [1 reference]

Brackett (Bracket), Mr., the Adamses' tenant or farm hand [10 references]

Brackett, Mrs., of Braintree [1 reference]

Brackett, Richard (of Braintree) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Brackett, Mrs. (wife of Richard), administratrix [1 reference]

Brackett, Sarah (daughter of James) [2 references]

Brackett, Thomas, Braintree loyalist voted “Inimical” [1 reference]

Brackett, William (of Braintree) [1 subentry]

Brackett, Mr., of Braintree [1 reference]

Bracketts, inn and stable, Boston [2 references]

Bracton, Henry de [5 references + 3 subentries]

Bradbury, Francis [5 references]

Bradbury, George (H.C. 1789) [4 references]

Bradbury, Harriet [2 subentries]

Bradbury, John [2 subentries]

Bradbury, John, of York, Maine [1 reference]

Bradbury, Theophilus (of Portland, Maine) [2 references + 9 subentries]

Bradbury, brother of Theophilus [1 reference]

Braddock, Gen. Edward (British) [4 references]

Bradford, Capt., of Boston [1 reference]

Bradford, Col., of Boston [1 reference]

Bradford, Col., witness, No. 34 [1 reference]

Bradford, Alden (H.C. 1786) [5 references]

Bradford, Gamaliel (justice) [3 subentries]

Bradford, Capt. Job [2 references]

Bradford, Capt. John (Mass. Continental agent) [6 references + 5 subentries]

Bradford, John(?), on British losses at Bunker Hill [1 reference]

Bradford, John, deposition, No. 58 [1 reference]

Bradford, Mass. [10 references]

Bradford, Mr. (of Mass.), in R.I. campaign [1 reference]

Bradford, Richard, witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

Bradford, Mr. S., carries letters from AA to JA [1 reference]

Bradford, Samuel (son of Capt. John) [8 references]

Bradford, Dr. Samuel, witness, No. 1 [2 references]

Bradford, Samuel? [2 references]

Bradford, Thomas [2 subentries]

Bradford, Thomas and William (printers) [3 references]

Bradford, Col. William, Jr. [1 reference]

Bradford, William (governor, Plymouth Colony) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Bradford, William (of Va.) [1 reference]

Bradford, William, Philadelphia printer [2 references]

Bradford, in Nantes [1 reference]

Bradish's tavern, Cambridge [1 reference]

Bradley, David, in Form VII [1 reference]

Bradley, David, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Bradley, N., eccentric family of [1 reference]

Bradley, Susanna [1 reference]

Bradshaw, Thomas [3 references]

Bradstreet, Anne, Several Poems [1 reference]

Bradstreet, Miss [2 references]

Brailsford, Miss [2 references]

Brailsford, Mr., passenger on South Carolina [1 reference]

Brailsford, Norton (of Boston) [1 reference]

Brailsford, William (of S.C.) [7 references + 1 subentry]

Braintree Instructions on Stamp Act [3 references]

Braintree, England [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Braintree, Mass. [13 references + 130 subentries + 9 “see also” entries]

Brakel, de, of The Hague [1 reference]

Bran, R. [1 subentry]

Brancard, Duke of [1 reference]

Brancas (Brancard), Count [See redirect]

Brand Hollis, Thomas [See redirect]

Brand, Elizabeth (sister of Thomas Brand Hollis) [4 references]

Brand, Timothy (father of Thomas Brand Hollis) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Branden, Benjamin [1 reference]

Brandenberg-Anspach, Margrave of [2 references]

Brandenburg, Mr. (Stockholm merchant) [2 references]

Brandenburg, Mr. [1 reference]

Brandenburg-Ansbach (-Bayreuth), Germany [1 reference]

Brandywine, Battle of [8 references]

Brant, Irving [2 references]

Brant, Joseph (Mohawk chief) [4 references]

Brants, Mr. [2 references]

Brantsen, Gerard (Dutch peace negotiator) [6 references + 10 subentries]

Brantzenburg, Baron Dirk van Heeckeren van (Dutch minister plenipotentiary in Russia) [3 references]

Brattle v. Murray [3 references]

Brattle, Thomas (son of William) [8 references + 2 subentries]

Brattle, Thomas [1 subentry]

Brattle, Thomas [1 subentry]

Brattle, Gen. William [3 references + 16 subentries]

Brattleboro, Vt. [3 references]

Braxton (Amer. merchant ship) [1 reference]

Braxton, Carter (Va. member of Congress) [2 references + 4 subentries]

Bray, Moses (captain) [2 references]

Bray, Capt. William (of the Chester) [1 reference]

Brayton v. Robinson, Form XV [1 reference]

Brayton, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Brayton, Israel, plaintiff, Form XV [1 reference]

Brayton, John [2 references]

Brayton, Preserved [2 references]

Brayton, Ruth (wife of John) [3 references]

Brazil [7 references + 2 subentries]

Breach [2 subentries]

Bread [2 references]

Breck, Mr. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Breck, Samuel, Jr. [1 reference]

Breck, Samuel, Sr. [3 subentries]

Breda, Netherlands [6 references]

Breda, treaty of, 1667 [1 reference]

Brederode, Baron de [1 reference]

Brederode, Baroness de [1 reference]

Brederode, Hendrik van, Dutch statesman [1 reference]

Breed's Island [See redirect]

Breed, Hannah [See redirect]

Breeds Hill [See redirect]

Brehon, James (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Brehon, Samuel [1 reference]

Bremen, Germany [6 references]

Brent Tor, Dartmoor, England [1 reference]

Brentford, England [2 references]

Breslau, Germany [4 references]

Brest, France [5 references + 31 subentries]

Bret v. Audars [1 reference]

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

Breteuil, Louis Charles Auguste le Tonnelier, Baron de (French ambassador to Austria) [3 references]

Brethe, Lewis (ex-prisoner) [2 references]

Bretherton, James [1 reference]

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

Brett, Alexander (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Brett, John, transl. Essays, or Discourses [1 reference]

Breukelen, Netherlands [1 reference]

Brewer, Capt., tavernkeeper of Waltham, Mass. [2 references]

Brewer, Col. David, courtmartialed [2 references]

Brewer, Giles, defendant, No. 33 [1 reference]

Brewer, James, witness, No. 64 [8 references]

Brewer, Col. Jonathan (of Mass.) [6 references]

Brewer, Mr., of Worcester [1 reference]

Brewer, Rachel [See redirect]

Brewer, Stephen [1 reference]

Brewster, Job, witness, No. 34 [1 reference]

Brewster, John, Jr. (artist) [1 subentry]

Brewster, Oliver? (of Boston) [3 references]

Brewster, of Orange County, N.Y. [1 reference]

Brewster, of Plymouth Plantation [1 reference]

Breyman, Lt. Col. Heinrich Christoph (Hessian) [1 reference]

Bria, Bernardo [3 references]

Briant, Rev. Lemuel [4 references]

Briant, Rev. Lemuel and Mrs., identified [1 reference]

Brice, Mr. [2 references]

Brice, Robert (surgeon's mate), witness, No. 56 [3 references]

Brickett, Brig. Gen. (Mass.) James [4 subentries]

Bricklayers [1 reference]

Brickmaking, in Zuilen, Netherlands [1 reference]

Bricks, Robert, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Bride of Abydos [See redirect]

Bridesburg (Point-no-Point), Penn. [2 references]

Bridge, Rev. Ebenezer [2 references]

Bridge, Col. Ebenezer (of Mass.) [2 references]

Bridge, Ebenezer (of Chelmsford) [1 reference]

Bridge, James (H.C. 1787) [4 references + 13 subentries]

Bridgen & Waller (London mercantile firm) [3 references]

Bridgen, Edward (London merchant) [12 references + 26 subentries]

Bridgen, Martha Richardson (wife of Edward) [3 references]

Bridger, John (Surveyor General of the Woods) [2 references]

Bridgewater, Mass. [24 references]

Bridgham (Bridgman), Ebenezer, witness, No. 64 [7 references]

Bridgwater, Duke of [See redirect]

Bridport, England [2 references]

Brielle, Netherlands [8 references]

Brienen, Mr. van [1 reference]

Briesler, Esther Field (wife of John) [5 subentries]

Briesler, John (Adams family servant) [15 subentries]

Briesler, Miss (John's sister) [2 references]

Briggs, Barnaby, witness and juror, No. 14 [1 reference]

Briggs, Seth, witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

Briggs, minister at Scarborough, Maine [1 reference]

Brigham, Joseph (H.C. 1788) [1 reference]

Brigham, Dr. William T. [1 reference]

Brigham, of Southborough, Mass. [1 reference]

Bright, Executor, v. Eynon [2 references]

Brighthelmstone [See redirect]

Brightland, John, Grammar of the English Tongue [1 reference]

Brighton, England [3 references]

Brighton, Mass. [4 references]

Brillon de Jouy, Jacques [2 references + 2 subentries]

Brillon, Mlles. [1 reference]

Brillon, Mme. d'Hardancourt [2 references + 3 subentries]

Brillon, Mr. [1 reference]

Brimfield, Mass. [2 references]

Brimmer, Martin (of Boston) [2 references]

Brimmer, Martin and Sarah Watson [1 reference]

Brimmer, Mr. [1 reference]

Brimmer, Sarah Watson (wife of Martin) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Brimstone Hill, St. Kitts [2 references]

Brinckerhoff (Brinkhoff), Col. John, JA's host in Fishkill, N.Y. [1 reference]

Brindley, James [1 reference]

Brindley, Mr. [1 reference]

Brinley, Col. Thomas (d. 1765), identified [1 reference]

Brinley, Thomas, Jr. [1 reference]

Brinlys, of Boston [1 reference]

Brinton, Mr. [1 reference]

Brisler [See redirect]

Brissot de Warville, Jean Pierre [1 reference]

Bristol (Bristow), Earl of [See redirect]

Bristol County Inferior Court of Common Pleas [1 reference]

Bristol County, Mass. [3 references + 3 subentries]

Bristol, England [18 references + 3 subentries]

Bristol, Mass. [2 references]

Bristol, Mr. (of Boston) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Bristol, Penn. [4 references + 3 subentries]

Bristol, R.I. [4 references]

Britannia (British brig), captured by the Boston [7 references]

Britard (called Brizard), Jean Baptiste, actor [1 reference]

British Admiralty [2 references]

British Apollo [1 reference]

British Army [4 references + 188 subentries + 8 “see also” entries]

British Constitution [See redirect]

British Crown [See redirect]

British Empire, predicted decline of [1 reference]

British Museum [2 subentries]

British Navy [6 references + 166 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

British depredations [5 subentries]

British newspapers [7 subentries]

Brittany, France [7 references]

Britton, Johannes [2 references + 1 subentry]

Britton, legal authority [1 reference]

Briviesca, (Berebiesca), Spain [3 references]

Brixton, England [1 reference]

Brizard [See redirect]

Broad Haven (Brookhaven), Ireland [2 references]

Broad Sound, Boston Harbor [1 reference]

Broad arrow [2 subentries]

Broadstreet v. Broadstreet, No. 22 [3 references]

Broadstreet, Dr. Joseph, respondent, No. 22 [1 reference]

Broadstreet, Mrs. (wife of Joseph), libelant, No. 22 [1 reference]

Brocelsby, Dr. (an Englishman) [2 references]

Broders, Mr. [1 reference]

Broglie, Charles François, Comte de [3 references + 2 subentries]

Broglie, Victor François, Duc and Maréchal de [6 references]

“Broken Hints” [2 subentries]

Bromfield [See redirect]

Bromfield v. Lovejoy [1 reference]

Bromfield, Elizabeth [3 references]

Bromfield, Hannah Clarke (2d wife of Henry, Sr.) [4 references]

Bromfield, Henry, Jr. (Amsterdam merchant) [10 references + 3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Bromfield, Henry, Sr. (Boston merchant) [6 references + 3 subentries]

Bromfield, Margaret Fayerweather (1st wife of Henry, Sr.) [2 references]

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

Bromfield, Mr., passenger aboard the South Carolina [2 references]

Bromfield, Mr., publicizes Deane's commercial activities [1 reference]

Bromfield, Sarah (Sally) [See redirect]

Brook, England [1 reference]

Brook, Lawrence (ex-prisoner) [3 references]

Brook, Robert (ex-prisoner) [5 references]

Brooke, Dr. Laurence [2 references]

Brooke, Mr., in No. 52 [1 reference]

Brooke, Sir Robert [1 subentry]

Brookfield, Mass. [14 references]

Brookline v. Roxbury, No. 27 [16 references]

Brookline, Mass. [7 references + 4 subentries]

Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. [2 references]

Brooklyn, L.I. [1 reference]

Brooks', tavern on Hudson River [1 reference]

Brooks, Abigail Brown (1808-1889, later wife of Charles Francis Adams, designated as ABA in The Adams Papers) [2 “see also” entries]

Brooks, Agnis [1 reference]

Brooks, Capt. Caleb, Jr. [2 references]

Brooks, Rev. Edward (1733-1781, grandfather of ABA) [3 subentries]

Brooks, Edward (1793-1878, brother of ABA) [2 “see also” entries]

Brooks, Edward (son of Mercy Tufts) [2 references]

Brooks, Maj. Eleazer (of Lincoln, Mass.) [1 reference]

Brooks, Elizabeth Boott (1799-1865, wife of Edward, sister-in-law of ABA) [2 “see also” entries]

Brooks, Ellen Shepherd (1809-1884, wife of Gorham, sister-in-law of ABA) [1 “see also” entry]

Brooks, Gorham (1795-1855, brother of ABA) [2 “see also” entries]

Brooks, Lt. Col. John [1 reference]

Brooks, John [1 reference]

Brooks, Gen. John [4 references]

Brooks, Maj. John [2 subentries]

Brooks, Maj. John (19th Continental Infantry) [3 references]

Brooks, John (Mass. militia officer) [3 references]

Brooks, Mercy (1763-1849, later wife of Cotton Tufts Jr.) [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Brooks, Mercy Tufts (1742-1813, wife of Thomas, cousin of AA) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Brooks, Peter Chardon (1767-1849, father of ABA) [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Brooks, Peter Chardon, Jr. (1798-1880, brother of ABA) [2 “see also” entries]

Brooks, Richard A., statue of Robert Treat Paine, illus. [2 references]

Brooks, Samuel, Jr. [1 reference]

Brooks, Susan Oliver Heard (1806-1884, wife of Peter Chardon, Jr.) [1 “see also” entry]

Brooks, Thomas (of Medford) [2 references]

Broom, Miss (acquaintance of AA2's) [1 reference]

Broome, Elizabeth (daughter of Samuel) [2 references]

Broome, Phebe Platt (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Broome, Samuel (merchant) [1 reference + 6 subentries]

Brother and Sister [See redirect]

Brotherhead, William, The Book of the Signers [1 reference]

Broughton, Capt. Nicholson [2 subentries]

Brouquen, letter [1 subentry]

Brouwer, Hendrik, Chs. zoon (Rotterdam merchant) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Broves, Joseph Barthélemy, Comte de Rafélis de [1 reference]

Brown [1 “see also” entry]

Brown University (formerly Rhode Island College) [5 references]

Brown v. Hedges [1 reference]

Brown v. Johnson [1 reference]

Brown v. Lapham [1 reference]

Brown v. Van Braam [1 reference]

Brown, Capt. (of the Henrietta) [2 references]

Brown, Aaron Vail [1 reference]

Brown, Lt. Col. Abijah [1 reference]

Brown, Judge Beatrice J. [1 reference]

Brown, Dr. Benjamin [2 references]

Brown, Boston merchant [1 reference]

Brown, Counsellor, at Chancery Lane [2 references]

Brown, Dr. [2 references]

Brown, Elizabeth Otis (of Sleaford, Lincolnshire) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Brown, Enoch [1 reference]

Brown, Gawen (father of Mather) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Brown, George [1 reference]

Brown, Helen Tyler [3 subentries]

Brown, Henry Young [1 reference]

Brown, James, in Smith v. Brown [1 reference]

Brown, Col. John [2 references]

Brown, John (1736-1803, Providence merchant) [4 references]

Brown, John (1748-1833, secy. of U.S. Board of Admiralty) [4 references]

Brown, Rev. John (of Cohasset) [1 reference]

Brown, Lt. John (of the Dispatch; ex-prisoner) [2 references]

Brown, John (of Boston) [3 references]

Brown, John (of Conn.) [1 reference]

Brown, John (of Pittsfield, Mass.) [1 reference]

Brown, John (of Providence) [3 references]

Brown, John (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Brown, John (owner of Roseanna) [1 reference]

Brown, John (prisoner at Watertown) [1 reference]

Brown, John Henry (artist) [1 subentry]

Brown, John, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Brown, Joseph, Jr. (of Charleston, S.C.) [6 references + 3 subentries]

Brown, Joseph, absent witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Brown, Col. Josiah [2 references]

Brown, Lt. Leonard (husband of Elizabeth) [2 references]

Brown, Lt., in Nantes [1 reference]

Brown, Mather (Amer. artist) [2 references + 6 subentries]

Brown, Capt. Moses (of the Minerva) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Brown, Mr. (brother of John, of Providence) [1 reference]

Brown, Mr. (of Newburyport) [2 references]

Brown, Mr. (wagoner), employed by Lovell as carrier [3 references]

Brown, Mr. [1 reference]

Brown, Mrs., funeral of, in Worcester [1 reference]

Brown, Nicholas [1 reference]

Brown, Rebecca, witness, No. 29 [1 reference]

Brown, W. S., in No. 12 [1 reference]

Brown, Capt. William (of Ipswich) [1 reference]

Brown, Dr. William [2 references + 1 subentry]

Brown, William [3 subentries]

Brown, William, in No. 13 [1 reference]

Brown, William, “of Salem, or Virginia” [1 reference]

Brown, Col., near Reading, Penn. [1 reference]

Brown, of Plymouth County [1 reference]

Brown, Col., of Salem, Mass. [1 reference]

Brown, pilot aboard La Sensible [1 reference]

Browne, Dr., passenger on the Cicero from Bilbao [1 reference]

Browne, John (of Mass. Bay Company) [1 reference]

Browne, Brig. Gen. Montfort (British) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Browne, Philip [1 reference]

Browne, Robert (1550?-1633?), English Protestant reformer [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Browne, Samuel (judge) [1 reference]

Browne, Judge William [3 references + 5 subentries]

Browne, Woodbridge [2 subentries]

Brownists [See redirect]

Browns (Nicholas, Joseph, and John), manufacture cannon in Providence R.I. [1 reference]

Brownson, Dr. Nathan (of Ga.) [6 references]

Broxholme, Dr. Noel [2 references]

Bruay, France [1 reference]

Bruce (British private) [1 reference]

Bruce, Capt., conveys letter to Sons of Liberty [1 reference]

Bruce, Col., British officer reported killed at Bunker Hill [1 reference]

Bruges, Belgium [4 references]

Brune (frigate, later Queen of France) [4 references]

Brunel (joiner) [1 reference]

Brunell, of Paris [1 reference]

Brunswick [See redirect]

Brunswick, Germany [4 references]

Brunswick, House of [3 references]

Brunswick, Karl, Duke of [1 reference]

Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Louis Ernst, Duke of (chief advisor to William V) [15 references + 15 subentries]

Brunswick, Maine [1 reference]

Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Frederick, Prince of [2 references]

Brunton, Ann (Brit. actress) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Brunton, John (Brit. actor, father of Ann) [1 reference]

Brush, Crean (“Greenbrush”) [2 subentries]

Brush, Eliphalet (N.Y. merchant) [14 references + 2 subentries]

Brush (Brusch), Mr. [3 references]

Brussels, Belgium [8 references + 24 subentries]

Brussels Gazette [1 reference]

Brutus, Marcus Junius [12 references]

Brutus (Mass. privateer) [1 reference]

Bruyn & Co. (Riga merchants) [1 reference]

Bryan, Capt. (of the Peggy) [4 references]

Bryan, George (of Penn.) [3 references]

Bryant [1 “see also” entry]

Bryant, Jacob, Analysis of Ancient Mythology [1 reference]

Bryant, tavernkeeper of Milford, Conn. [3 references]

Brydone, Patrick [1 subentry]

Buccanier, ship [1 reference]

Bucephalus (horse of Alexander the Great) [1 reference]

Buchan, William [1 subentry]

Buchanan, William (commissary general) [2 references]

Buchannan, Archibald [1 reference]

Buck, Mr., witness, No. 36 [1 reference]

Buckingham, England [1 reference]

Buckingham, legal authority [1 reference]

Buckinghamshire, England [1 reference]

Buckley, John [2 references]

Buckley, Mr. (first mate of Little Porga) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Buckminster (“Buck”), Col., of Framingham, Mass. [5 references]

Buckminster, Rev. Joseph (of Portsmouth, N.H.) [3 references]

Buckminster, Sarah Stevens (wife of Joseph) [3 references]

Bucknam, on JA's court circuit [1 reference]

Buckner v. Finley [2 references]

Buckner, Col. Mordecai [3 references]

Bucks County, Penn. [2 references + 1 subentry]

Buckskin (Amer. ship) [5 references]

Budleigh Salterton, England [1 reference]

Buenos Aires, Argentina [2 references]

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

Buffaut, of Paris [2 references]

Buffington, Capt. John (of the Marquis de la Fayette) [1 reference]

Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de [2 references + 2 subentries]

Buford, Col. Abraham [2 references]

Bühring, Mr. [1 subentry]

Bukaty, Franciszek (Polish minister to Great Britain) [2 references]

Buker (Bouker), Mrs. [2 references]

Bulckley, C. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Bulfinch, Charles (architect) [4 references + 4 subentries]

Bulfinch, Judith [See redirect]

Bulfinch, Dr. Thomas [2 references + 3 subentries]

Bulkeley, tavernkeeper of Fairfield, Conn. [2 references]

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

Bulkley (Buckly), Peter (agent for Mass.) [1 reference]

Bulkley, John [1 reference]

Bull Dog, galley [1 reference]

Bull Island, Mass. (now part of Cross Island) [2 references]

Bull's Iron Works, Conn. [1 reference]

Bull, Frederick (M.P. of London) [3 references]

Bull, John (S.C. member of Congress) [1 reference]

Bull, Col. John, on tour of Delaware River defenses [1 reference]

Bull, merchant of Hartford, Conn. [3 references]

Bull, of South Carolina [1 reference]

Bull, tavernkeeper of White Plains, N.Y. [1 reference]

Bullard, of Braintree [1 reference]

Bulloch (Bullock), Archibald (Ga. member of Congress) [1 reference + 8 subentries]

Bulstrode, Whitelocke [1 reference]

Bumstead, Thomas, carriage maker of Boston [5 references]

Bunch of Grapes, Boston tavern [1 reference]

Bunch of Grapes, New York tavern [1 reference]

Bunker Hill [See redirect]

Bunker Hill, Battle of (1775) [6 references + 29 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

“Bunkers Hill or America's Head Dress” (satirical print) [4 references]

Bunyan, John, Pilgrim's Progress [1 reference]

Buommattei, Benedetto, Della lingua toscana [2 references]

Burbank, Abijah (of Sutton, Mass.) [1 reference]

Burbank, Silas, party in No. 2 [7 references]

Burbeck, Capt. Edward [1 reference]

Burbeck, Lt. Col. William [3 subentries]

Burch van Spieringshoek, van der, agent of the States General [3 references]

Burcourd, Mr. (of Amsterdam) [1 reference]

Burd, Edward [1 reference]

Burdett, Ebenezer [1 reference]

Burdett, Elias [1 reference]

Burdick, Benjamin, witness, Nos. 63, 64 [11 references]

Bureau Général des Gazettes Etrangères (Paris), letter to JA listed [1 reference]

Bureau, Mr. (of Paris) [2 references]

Buren, Philip William, Count of (son of William I) [1 reference]

Burge, Josiah (H.C. 1787) [6 subentries]

Burgess, Samuel, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Burgess, William, London merchant [1 reference]

Burgh, James [1 reference + 6 subentries]

Burghley, Lord [See redirect]

Burgo Ranero, El, Spain [1 reference]

Burgos, Spain [4 references + 2 subentries]

Burgoyne, Gen. John (Brit.) [49 subentries]

Burgoynize [1 subentry]

Burgs, Van der, student at Latin Academy [1 reference]

Burgundy wine [3 references]

Burgundy, Duke of [1 reference]

Burgundy, France [1 reference]

Burke (Burk), Capt. William, Continental Navy [3 references]

Burke, Edmund (M.P.) [12 references + 32 subentries]

Burke, Thomas [1 reference]

Burke, Thomas (N.C. member of Congress) [4 references + 4 subentries]

Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques [2 subentries]

Burling, Mr. (of Baltimore) [1 reference]

Burlington, N.J. [4 references]

Burlington, Richard, Earl of [1 reference]

Burn [See redirect]

Burn, John [See redirect]

Burn, Richard [3 subentries]

Burnam v. Mugford, No. 4 [3 references]

Burnam, John (captain of Hetty), plaintiff, No. 4 [1 reference]

Burnell v. Martin [1 reference]

Burnell, Capt. John (of the Montgomery) [2 references]

Burnell, of Kingsbridge, England [1 reference]

Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury [4 references + 5 subentries]

Burney, Frances (Fanny, later Mme. D'Arblay) [1 subentry]

Burr, Aaron [4 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Burr, George(?), of Fairfield, Conn. [1 reference]

Burr, Jonathan (Harvard tutor) [7 subentries]

Burr, Jonathan, juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Burr, Thaddeus (of Fairfield, Conn.) [2 references]

Burr, Theodosia (Stillwell) Bartow Prevost (wife of Aaron) [1 reference]

Burr, Theodosia [See redirect]

Burrell, Ansiel (or Ansel), buys Smith parsonage in Weymouth [1 reference]

Burrell, Dr., in English law case [1 reference]

Burrell, of Braintree [3 references]

Burrow, Sir James [1 subentry]

Burrows, in English legal history [1 reference]

Burt, Edward, witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

Burt, Rev. Robert (Brit. clergyman) [1 reference]

Busby, Richard [2 references]

Bushall, Capt. Abraham (of the Speedwell) [1 reference]

Bushell's Case [5 references]

Bushell, Abraham [1 reference]

Bushnell, David [1 reference]

Busoni, Mr. (Paris banker) [1 reference]

Bussley, Benjamin, witness, No. 43 [3 references]

Busybody, The (play) [1 reference]

Bute, John Stuart, 3d Earl of [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Bute, Mr., in No. 2 [1 reference]

Butler v. the Union, No. 50 [13 references]

Butler, Frances Anne Kemble (wife of Pierce) [See redirect]

Butler, Capt. Francis (of the Industry) [1 reference]

Butler, Brig. Gen. John (N.C. militia) [2 references]

Butler, Maj. John (Brit.) [2 references]

Butler, Col. John (British Indian agent) [1 reference]

Butler, John (loyalist) [1 reference]

Butler, John (of Halifax) [2 references]

Butler, John (tide surveyor, Salem), libelant, No. 50 [1 reference]

Butler, Joseph, Bishop of Durham [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Butler, Joseph, in Form XXI [1 reference]

Butler, Lt. Col., son of Thomas [1 reference]

Butler, Pierce (of S.C.) [2 subentries]

Butler, Lt. Col. Richard (8th Penn. regiment) [2 references]

Butler, Col. Richard (U.S.) [1 reference]

Butler, Samuel [1 subentry]

Butler, Thomas, appointed “public armourer” by Congress [1 reference]

Butler, Thomas, letter to JA listed [1 reference]

Butler, Walter N. (loyalist) [3 references]

Butler, William, witness, No. 32 [1 reference]

“Butter Rebellion,” at Harvard College [1 reference]

Butter, William [See redirect]

Butterfield, Maj. Isaac [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Butts, Enoch (ex-prisoner) [2 references]

Buxton, Bart., witness, No. 21 [1 reference]

Buyck, Pieter (of Ghent) [1 subentry]

Buzzard's Bay, Mass. [1 reference]

Byberry, Penn. [1 reference]

Byers (Biers), James, Philadelphia brass founder [2 references]

Byfield, Col. Nathaniel(?), anecdote of [1 reference]

Bylaerd (Bylaert), Joannes Jacobus, drawing of the University of Leyden [1 reference]

Bylandt, Capt. Frederik Sigismund van (of the Mars) [2 references]

Bylandt, Adm. Lodewijk van (Dutch) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Byles, Rev. Mather (pastor, Hollis Street Church, Boston) [4 references + 3 subentries]

Byng, George, M.P. [1 reference]

Byng, Adm. John (Brit.) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Bynkershoek, Cornelis van, Opera omnia [2 references]

Byram River [1 reference]

Byrne, John (JA's barber) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

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

Byrom, John, shorthand system of [2 references]

Bryon, Vice Adm. John (Brit.) [4 references + 12 subentries]

Byron, John (of Purbright, England) [2 references]

Bysshe, Edward, English Poetry [1 reference]