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Founding Era Index > Adams Papers Indexes > Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 > T >  Thaxter, John, Jr. (1755-1791, cousin of AA, secy. to JA)

 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | T |  Thaxter, John, Jr. (1755-1791, cousin of AA, secy. to JA)

References

VI. An Examination of the Claim of New York, May 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:80]

From William Tudor, 4 April 1775 [Papers of John Adams 2:413]+

From James Otis Sr., 25 October 1775 [Papers of John Adams 3:248]+

From James Lovell, 8 December 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:352]+

To Elbridge Gerry, 9 December 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:353]+

To Daniel Roberdeau, 9 December 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:354]+

Enclosure: Account of Adams’s Expenses: State of Massachusetts Bay to John Adams, 9 January 1777 – 15 January 1778 [Papers of John Adams 5:388]+

From Elbridge Gerry, 25 January 1778 [Papers of John Adams 5:397]

The Commissioners to C. W. F. Dumas, 10 April 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:22]

Subentries

– AA affectionate toward [2 references]

– AA's regard for [5 references]

– Dana requests dictionary from [1 reference]

– Darly caricature alluded to [2 references]

– Dutch-Amer. Treaty and [4 references]

– Elizabeth Shaw on [2 references]

– French difficulty with name of [1 reference]

– Guild carries letters to [1 reference]

– J. Stephens on [1 reference]

– JA appeals to Congress on behalf of [1 reference]

– JA on [3 references]

– JA recommends to Suffolk County bar [4 references]

– JA's candidate for secretary to Amer. peace commission [1 reference]

– JQA comments on [5 references]

– JQA offers horse to [1 reference]

– JQA sends Diary extracts to [1 reference]

– JQA visits in Haverhill [24 references]

– Jenings asks for book from [1 reference]

– Letters [44 subentries]

– Schiedam dinner and [1 reference]

– Waterhouse's friendship for [1 reference]

– accompanies JA on 2d European mission and in journey across northern Spain [7 references]

– accompanies JA on second mission to Europe [13 references]

– acts as AA's copyist [4 references]

– admitted attorney in Suffolk Inferior Court [1 reference]

– affected by suicide of friend [2 references]

– and Independence Day celebrations in Amsterdam [5 references]

– and JA's illness [4 references]

– and JA's “Peace Journal” [2 references]

– and JQA socialize [4 references]

– and arrangements for JA's books and clothes at Paris [2 references]

– and journey through Spain to Paris [3 references]

– and opening of another's mail [2 references]

– and the ladies [23 references]

– and “the Fair American” [3 references]

– as Dana's agent and secretary [6 references]

– as JA's agent [1 reference]

– as JA's amanuensis [117 references]

– as JA's secretary [134 references]

– assesses JA's diplomatic achievements [3 references]

– attends lectures at Univ. of Leyden [1 reference]

– attends play [1 reference]

– brings Definitive Treaty to Congress for ratification [2 references]

– buys books for JA [1 reference]

– care of Adams boys in Leyden [1 reference]

– care of CA given over to William Jackson [1 reference]

– care of CA in Amsterdam [1 reference]

– care of JQA and CA in Leyden [9 references]

– carries money from JA to AA [2 references]

– changes attitude towards marriage [3 references]

– chosen to represent Haverhill in response to Boston address [1 reference]

– comments on [2 references]

– comments on AA's joining JA in Europe [3 references]

– comments on AA's letters [4 references]

– comments on European manners [1 reference]

– comments on Great Britain and the peace negotiations [6 references]

– comments on JQA [1 reference]

– comments on Russian recognition of U.S. [1 reference]

– comments on U.S. policy of independence [2 references]

– comments on agriculture [1 reference]

– comments on education [1 reference]

– comments on idea of love [1 reference]

– comments on marriage and bachelorhood [8 references]

– comments on socializing with Americans [1 reference]

– comments on unhealthy conditions in Holland [2 references]

– compares European and Amer. women [1 reference]

– compares Hartley and Oswald [1 reference]

– compiles Amer. population figures [1 reference]

– concern for family [2 references]

– condemns custom of women wearing miniatures of beaus [1 reference]

– correspondence with AA [8 references]

– correspondence with Dana [14 references]

– correspondence with Dumas [1 reference]

– correspondence with Franklin [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [7 references]

– correspondence with JQA [3 references]

– correspondence with Luzac [1 reference]

– courtship and marriage of [9 references]

– criticism of portrait of [4 references]

– criticizes Roman Catholic churches and convents [3 references]

– death of sister [4 references]

– declines AA's dinner invitations [1 reference]

– delivers cake to Elizabeth Duncan [1 reference]

– delivers peace treaty to Congress [3 references]

– describes criminal and civil cases before the Superior Court (1777) [2 references]

– describes veiling of a nun [1 reference]

– description of Longchamp [3 references]

– desires return home [4 references]

– finances [1 reference]

– forwards materials to Livingston [3 references]

– friendship with Miss Maroni [3 references]

– goes to France with JA [5 references]

– goes to The Hague [1 reference]

– health of [19 references]

– identified [6 references]

– illness of [1 reference]

– illnesses [12 references]

– in Amsterdam [3 references]

– in Braintree [3 references]

– in French society [1 reference]

– in JA's financial accounts [2 references]

– in JA's law office [12 references]

– in Spain [4 references]

– in charge of household packing and settlement of accounts in Amsterdam [3 references]

– informs JA of Staphorsts' opposition to Hodshon's raising Dutch loan [1 reference]

– informs JA that AA is delivered of a stillborn daughter [2 references]

– informs JQA of JA and AA's return [1 reference]

– inoculated with smallpox [3 references]

– inspects house for legation at The Hague [1 reference]

– inventory of U.S. legation [2 references]

– joins JA in Amsterdam [3 references]

– journey through Spain [1 reference]

– letter from AA2 listed (1782) [1 reference]

– letter from AA2 listed (1784) [1 reference]

– letter from JA requesting Journals of Congress [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1780) [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1781) [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1783) [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1786) [1 reference]

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

– letter to JA listed (1786) [1 reference]

– letters characterized [1 reference]

– letters in Adams Family Correspondence [1 reference]

– letters to AA [1 reference]

– letters to AA listed (1778) [1 reference]

– living expenses in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– marriage of [7 references]

– matriculation at Leyden [1 reference]

– mentioned [190 references]

– miniature likeness [3 references]

– money stolen from JA's chest and [1 reference]

– obtains outstanding obligations from 1781 Neufville loan [1 reference]

– offers advice to JQA [2 references]

– on AA's distress during epidemic in Braintree [1 reference]

– on Amsterdam [1 reference]

– on Dutch reaction to JA's Memorial [1 reference]

– on Great Britain after Yorktown [1 reference]

– on J. Stephens' situation [1 reference]

– on JA's success in swaying Dutch opinion on America [1 reference]

– on TBA's admission to Harvard [1 reference]

– on Temple's Observations [1 reference]

– on U.S. economic situation [1 reference]

– on advantages of travel [1 reference]

– on character of the Dutch [3 references]

– on dueling [1 reference]

– on educational opportunities in Leyden [1 reference]

– on marriage [2 references]

– on meeting between JA and La Vauguyon [1 reference]

– on the Spanish [1 reference]

– on training in graces and virtues [1 reference]

– on universal salvation [1 reference]

– oversees studies of JQA and CA in Leyden [1 reference]

– personality and character [1 reference]

– portrait of [2 references]

– praises AA [1 reference]

– proposed as secretary for Dutch mission [2 references]

– qualified to be secy. to peace commissioners [1 reference]

– quotes Bible [3 references]

– reads letters of Abélard and Héloise [1 reference]

– recommends histories of the Netherlands [1 reference]

– reduces correspondence with AA [4 references]

– relationship with AA2 [5 references]

– remains in Paris [1 reference]

– reproved by James Lovell [2 references]

– reputation slandered and defended [2 references]

– requests letters from JA [1 reference]

– return to America [11 references]

– returns to U.S. with Definitive Treaty [1 reference]

– romance of [3 references]

– sails for Europe on La Sensible [2 references]

– salary of [4 references]

– seal [1 reference]

– seeks secretarial post in Congress at York, Penn. [2 references]

– sets up law practice in Haverhill [6 references]

– studies Dutch [1 reference]

– succeeded by Storer as JA's secretary [1 reference]

– suffers from malaria [1 reference]

– supports James Warren for lieutenant governor [1 reference]

– takes CA to the South Carolina [1 reference]

– to attend investiture of Ordre du St. Esprit [1 reference]

– tone of correspondence with AA [1 reference]

– transmits numerous false rumors from Congress [1 reference]

– travels for sea bath [1 reference]

– travels of [5 references]

– treaty copyist [1 reference]

– tutor to CA and TBA [1 reference]

– tutor to JQA [5 references]

– uses pseudonyms [2 references]

– uses term “Anglomanes” (1781) [1 reference]

– visits England [2 references]

– visits JQA at Harvard [4 references]

– visits made and walks with JQA [16 references]

– visits with Barclay [1 reference]

– visits with Shaws [19 references]

– voyage to Europe [3 references]

– wants mail from home [4 references]

– wishes to return to Mass. [1 reference]

– witnesses JA's departure to present memorials [1 reference]

– witnesses meeting between JA and Digges [3 references]

– writes letters for JA during illness [8 references]

– writes letters to Congress in JA's absence [6 references]