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References

From Nathanael Greene, 13 April 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:153]+

To James Warren, 7 July 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:242]

To James Warren, 7 July 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:243]+

To Elbridge Gerry, 17 October 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:208]

Editorial Note [Papers of John Adams 8:230]

The Report of a Constitution or Form of Government for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 28 – 31 October 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:237]

The Report of a Constitution or Form of Government for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 28 – 31 October 1779 [Papers of John Adams 8:270]

From Samuel Adams, 18 December 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:150]

From Samuel Adams, 18 December 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:151]

From Samuel Adams, 18 December 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:152]+

Subentries

Philosophical Discourse [1 reference]

– Elizabeth Shaw on [1 reference]

– JA on refusal of, to attend Continental Congress [1 reference]

– JA suggests for governor [1 reference]

– Letters [4 subentries]

– Mary Cranch on [1 reference]

– address to General Court [2 references]

– addresses Harvard students [1 reference]

– addresses legislature on need for gunpowder [1 reference]

– and Amer. Academy of Arts and Sciences [1 reference]

– and Capt. Henry Stanhope [2 references]

– and Mass. gubernatorial election (1780) [5 references]

– and Massachusetts' territorial claims [1 reference]

– and Stanhope affair [9 references]

– and Temple controversy [2 references]

– and attempts to close court [1 reference]

– and report on Mass. boundaries [3 references]

– appoints Isaac Smith Jr. chaplain of Castle William [1 reference]

– as Mass. councillor [3 references]

– as Mass. councilor [2 references]

– asked to name P. B. Adams justice of the peace [2 references]

– at reading of Declaration of Independence in Boston [2 references]

– candidate for Mass. governor [8 references]

– characterized [1 reference]

– communicates account of JA's audience with George III [1 reference]

– conjectured author of letter to AA on Kennebec Company cases [1 reference]

– consulted on negotiation of Mass. loan in Europe [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [3 references]

– delegate to Continental Congress [1 reference]

– discourages foreign imports [1 reference]

– elected governor (1785) [4 references]

– elected president of Massachusetts Bank [1 reference]

– elected to Continental Congress [1 reference]

– elected to Mass. Council [2 references]

– excuses himself from serving in 1st Continental Congress [2 references]

– gubernatorial election [5 references]

– health and illnesses [5 references]

– in race for governor (1783) [2 references]

– inaugural address [2 references]

– issues proclamation against rioters [1 reference]

– lawsuit against Springer [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1780) [2 references]

– mentioned [36 references]

– notifies General Court of seizure of vessels in Passamaquoddy Bay [1 reference]

– occupies Vassall-Borland house in Braintree [2 references]

– on committee for evidence, Boston Massacre Trials [1 reference]

– organizes Mass. militia [1 reference]

– prevents British ship from trading in Boston [1 reference]

– proposed as delegate to congress [2 references]

– proposed as governor of Mass. [4 references]

– recommended to Washington [2 references]

– refuses election as lieutenant governor [4 references]

– resentment toward JA [1 reference]

– response to Shays' Rebellion [7 references]

– reviews militia [1 reference]

– reviews militia troops [1 reference]

– rivalry with Hancock [1 reference]

– supports Temples' claim for damages to Ten Hills Farm [1 reference]

– terms of [1 reference]