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Founding Era Index > Adams Papers Indexes > Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 > T >  Tyler, Royall, Jr. (1757-1826, former fiancé of AA2, dramatist, husband of Mary Hunt Palmer)

 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 | T |  Tyler, Royall, Jr. (1757-1826, former fiancé of AA2, dramatist, husband of Mary Hunt Palmer)

References

Introduction [Legal Papers of John Adams 1:lxxxi]

To Joshua Johnson, 1 July 1780 [Papers of John Adams 9:494]+

Subentries

The Contrast, a play [1 reference]

– AA advises on qualities JA wants in any husband for AA2 [2 references]

– AA allows visits by [1 reference]

– AA and JA on [1 reference]

– AA anxious about behavior of [3 references]

– AA compliments [1 reference]

– AA describes life of, characterizes, and extols virtues of [2 references]

– AA offers advice to [2 references]

– AA on [9 references]

– AA prohibits courtship of AA2 [3 references]

– AA refers to AA2's relationship with [2 references]

– AA's account of [1 reference]

– AA's hopes for success of [1 reference]

– AA2 comments on [1 reference]

– AA2 discreet about relationship with [1 reference]

– AA2 distressed at leaving [4 references]

– AA2 recovers items from [1 reference]

– AA2's dismissal of [35 references]

– CFA and AA2's daughter delete references to [2 references]

– Elizabeth Cranch on [1 reference]

– Elizabeth Hunt Palmer on [1 reference]

– Elizabeth Shaw on [1 reference]

– JA and AA change opinions about marriage of AA2 to [2 references]

– JA asks about law career of [1 reference]

– JA comments on [2 references]

– JA's earliest diary attributed to [2 references]

– JA's opposition to suit of AA2 by [5 references]

– JA's view of his romance with AA2 [1 reference]

– JQA brings packet to [1 reference]

– JQA comments on [2 references]

– JQA on [1 reference]

– John Shaw tries to visit [1 reference]

– John Trumbull on [1 reference]

– Letters [9 subentries]

– Lincoln's aide-de-camp during Shaysite disturbances [1 reference]

– Mary Cranch on [11 references]

– WSS informed of relationship of AA2 with [1 reference]

– a practitioner of “Chesterfield's plan” [1 reference]

– addresses and copies letters for AA [9 references]

– admitted to bar [1 reference]

– allowed by AA to use JA's legal papers and books [3 references]

– allowed to take books from JA's library [3 references]

– and AA2 [2 references]

– and AA2's marriage to WSS [3 references]

– and JQA socialize [5 references]

– and Mrs. Veasey [2 references]

– and Palmer family [4 references]

– and Vassall-Borland estate [4 references]

– and Vassall-Borland house (Old House) [1 reference]

– and confusion over visiting card of Smith family of Clapham [1 reference]

– as likely father of Sophia Palmer [7 references]

– as moderator of Braintree town meeting [2 references]

– attempts to collect JA's old legal fees [6 references]

– behavior of [5 references]

– behavior toward AA2 [5 references]

– biographical account of [1 reference]

– boards with Cranches [5 references]

– borrows MS of JA's earliest diary [1 reference]

– briefly owns the Old House [1 reference]

– broken engagement with AA2 [2 references]

– builds windmill [5 references]

– buys Borland farm in Braintree [4 references]

– buys Vassall-Borland estate [6 references]

– called before Harvard faculty for misconduct (1777) [1 reference]

– church attendance of [1 reference]

– comments on [4 references]

– comments on JQA [2 references]

– considers travel abroad [5 references]

– contrasted to WSS [1 reference]

– correspondence with AA [9 references]

– correspondence with AA2 [14 references]

– correspondence with Adamses [2 references]

– correspondence with Cotton Tufts [1 reference]

– correspondence with Elizabeth Hunt Palmer [2 references]

– courts AA2 [2 references]

– courtship of AA2 (1782-1785) summarized [1 reference]

– courtship of AA2 by [9 references]

– death [1 reference]

– debts of [2 references]

– early literary productions of [3 references]

– electioneers for Samuel Adams [1 reference]

– engagement to AA2 [4 references]

– explains reference by AA2 to JQA [1 reference]

– family of [2 references]

– fate of AA2's correspondence with [1 reference]

– friendship with the Palmers [3 references]

– gives up lodgings at Cranches and moves to Boston [2 references]

– grown fat [1 reference]

– his comedy, The Contrast [2 references]

– home of [3 references]

– identified [2 references]

– illegitimate son attributed to [1 reference]

– in Revolution [1 reference]

– inadequate correspondent with AA2 [6 references]

– inadequate letterwriting by [1 reference]

– is well [2 references]

– keeps livestock and horses [1 reference]

– law case of [1 reference]

– law clerk in Francis Dana's office [2 references]

– law practice in Falmouth, Maine [2 references]

– marriage of [1 reference]

– marries Mary Palmer [1 reference]

– materials gathered for biography of [1 reference]

– may marry when AA2 returns from Europe [3 references]

– mentioned [24 references]

– miniature portrait given to AA2 [1 reference]

– misses AA [1 reference]

– on European frivolity of manners [1 reference]

– on Mary Cranch [3 references]

– on independent religious societies [1 reference]

– papers of, in Vt. Hist. Soc. [7 references]

– poem by [1 reference]

– poor judgment ruins sleigh [1 reference]

– possible difficulty with AA2 [1 reference]

– presence at Adams dinner table missed [3 references]

– problems with sleigh [1 reference]

– reaction of to dismissal by AA2 [6 references]

– reacts to dismissal by AA2 [2 references]

– receives letters and picture from AA2 [3 references]

– recommended to JA [2 references]

– refusal to deliver letters from AA2 [2 references]

– rejects AA's advice [1 reference]

– relationship with JQA [1 reference]

– requests pamphlets from JA [1 reference]

– resides with Cranch family [1 reference]

– retrieval of items belonging to AA2 from [11 references]

– retrieval of items belonging to JA from [11 references]

– seeks and receives permission to marry AA2 [8 references]

– sends coins to JA [1 reference]

– sends gifts to CA and TBA [1 reference]

– sends pamphlets to JA [1 reference]

– servant of stays at Adamses' home [1 reference]

– sets up law office in Braintree [2 references]

– spends time with JQA [8 references]

– still infatuated with AA2 [1 reference]

– suspicious of Mary Cranch [1 reference]

– to collect legal debts owed to JA [1 reference]

– travels of [1 reference]

– unsuccessful suit of AA2 [3 references]

– writes to AA [2 references]