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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | V |  Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de (French foreign minister)

References

Abigail Adams to Cotton Tufts, 10 October 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:365]

22d. Saturday. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:173]+

17th. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:237]+

2d. [Diary of John Quincy Adams 1:261]+

Subentries

– Amer. commissioners propose commercial treaty with France to [1 reference]

– Anglo-Amer. peace negotiations and [8 references]

– Austro-Russian mediation and [1 reference]

– CFA on [2 references]

– Commissioners’ correspondence with [1 reference]

– Fitzherbert and [2 references]

– Franklin advises JA to apologize to [3 references]

– Franklin as guide to policies of [1 reference]

– French ambassador to Sweden [1 reference]

– French governmental expenditures controversy and [2 references]

– JA blames for Spain’s failure to negotiate with Jay [1 reference]

– JA comments on [1 reference]

– JA confers with about Austro-Russian mediation (1781) [3 references]

– JA on [5 references]

– JA on criticism by [1 reference]

– JA sends Congress corr. with [2 references]

– JA will communicate British peace proposals to [7 references]

– JA's first interview with [2 references]

– JA's mission to Netherlands opposed by [4 references]

– JA's relations with [7 references]

– JA-Jay meeting and [2 references]

– JA’s correspondence with, on A. Lee and Deane’s address [12 references]

– JA’s exchanges with over mission to negotiate Anglo-Amer. treaties [1 reference]

– JA’s relationship with [8 references]

– JA’s reluctance to meet with [1 reference]

– JA’s resentment over determination of, that JA’s powers not be made known publicly officially, and to British [5 references]

– Letters [11 subentries]

– and Affaires de l'Angleterre et de l'Amérique [1 reference]

– and Amer. negotiations with Barbary Powers [1 reference]

– and Anglo-American exchange of ministers [2 references]

– and Anglo-American peace negotiations [4 references]

– and Austro-Russian mediation (1781) [2 references]

– and Barbé-Marbois' letter on Sam Adams [2 references]

– and Commissioners' memorial on deployment of French fleet to Amer. waters (1779) [3 references]

– and Congress’ issue of bills of exchange [2 references]

– and Dana [3 references]

– and Dana's mission to Russia [1 reference]

– and Digges’ meeting with JA [6 references]

– and Dr. Smith’s property detained at Calais [4 references]

– and Dutch internal affairs [1 reference]

– and Dutch neutrality [2 references]

– and Dutch-Amer. Treaty [1 reference]

– and Franco-Amer. alliance [3 references]

– and Franco-American treaties [4 references]

– and Franklin [3 references]

– and Franklin's proposed communication to Van Bleiswyck [1 reference]

– and French West Indies trade [1 reference]

– and French aid [2 references]

– and French politics [1 reference]

– and Grand family [2 references]

– and Gérard de Rayneval's London peace mission [2 references]

– and Izard’s property seized on British ship [2 references]

– and J. Laurens [2 references]

– and JA [6 references]

– and JA's first audience with Louis XVI [2 references]

– and JA's plan to visit Netherlands [2 references]

– and JA’s commission and instructions to conclude tripartite alliance [4 references]

– and JA’s demand for reply to 19 April 1781 memorial [9 references]

– and JA’s memorials of 19 April [1 reference]

– and JA’s mission to negotiate Anglo-American treaties [7 references]

– and JA’s response to proposed Austro-Russian mediation [9 references]

– and JA’s return to America [5 references]

– and JA’s status at peace conference [1 reference]

– and JA’s success in Netherlands [1 reference]

– and Jay [2 references]

– and John Paul Jones [1 reference]

– and La Luzerne [1 reference]

– and Mottin de La Balme [1 reference]

– and Necker’s resignation [1 reference]

– and Spain during Amer. Revolution [2 references]

– and U.S. commercial agents [1 reference]

– and W. T. Franklin [1 reference]

– and cartel ship [2 references]

– and ceremony of Ordre du Saint-Esprit [2 references]

– and communication of Franco-American Treaty of Commerce to Dutch government [2 references]

– and conflict over JA's mission [5 references]

– and controversy over recapture of the Isabelle [1 reference]

– and convoys [3 references]

– and convoys for ships going to America [9 references]

– and dispute with JA over devaluation of Continental currency [7 references]

– and efforts to have JA’s powers as peace minister limited or revoked [7 references]

– and exchange of declarations on deletion of Arts. 11 and 12 of Treaty of Amity and Commerce [2 references]

– and joint Austro-Russian mediation [1 reference]

– and loans [3 references]

– and negotiations with Barbary States [5 references]

– and plan for reinforcing French fleet in America [9 references]

– and proposed French purchase of Mass. naval stores [3 references]

– and publication of JA's contributions to Mercure [2 references]

– and recommendation of Fizeaux, Grand & Co. to raise Dutch loan [2 references]

– and revocation of JA's commission (1781) [2 references]

– and rumored sale of Amer. masts to British [3 references]

– and scheme to assume command of Continental Army [2 references]

– and secret Convention of Aranjuez [1 reference]

– and status of goods received from Beaumarchais [2 references]

– and the Deane-Lee controversy [2 references]

– and the Weissenstein affair [1 reference]

– and the fisheries question [1 reference]

– announcement of JA's mission and presentation [4 references]

– approves stipend for Samuel Cooper [1 reference]

– as source for report that France favors Franklin over JA [3 references]

– attempts to influence Amer. policy [4 references]

– attitude toward A. Lee [1 reference]

– attitude toward Anglo-American negotiations [6 references]

– circumscribes JA’s powers as peace negotiator [3 references]

– clash with Marie Antoinette [1 reference]

– code name [1 reference]

– concern over Anglo-Spanish negotiations [4 references]

– confers with Grenville [1 reference]

– conflict with JA over execution of mission to negotiate Anglo-Amer. treaties [10 references]

– conflicts with JA [5 references]

– congressional response to exchanges with JA [4 references]

– consults Franklin on Amer. peace objectives [1 reference]

– cordial relations between Franklin and [3 references]

– correspondence with Commissioners summarized [1 reference]

– correspondence with Franklin [5 references]

– correspondence with Franklin on revaluation [3 references]

– correspondence with JA [2 references]

– correspondence with La Luzerne [1 reference]

– correspondence with La Vauguyon [3 references]

– criticizes JA [2 references]

– disagrees with JA’s efforts to spur French naval support &c. [4 references]

– disapproves JA’s Dutch mission [4 references]

– dispute with JA over deployment of French fleet to Amer. waters [5 references]

– efforts to obtain revocation of JA's peace commission [7 references]

– ends discussion of Franco-American relations with JA [1 reference]

– engraving of [2 references]

– exchange with JA over revaluation [21 references]

– expects JA to reveal Congress’ full instructions [1 reference]

– extract of 1779 letter to JA published [2 references]

– held Franklin’s dupe by AA [1 reference]

– influence in Continental Congress [1 reference]

– influence on Livingston [4 references]

– informed of JA’s commission to Netherlands [1 reference]

– informed of joint peace commission [1 reference]

– instructions to La Luzerne [2 references]

– instructs La Luzerne to be impartial in congress [2 references]

– instructs La Luzerne to build up pro-French faction in Congress [1 reference]

– letter from A. Lee and JA listed (1778) [1 reference]

– letter on Deane from JA to [1 reference]

– letter to JA listed (1779) [1 reference]

– letters from Commissioners listed (1778) [5 references]

– letters from Commissioners listed (1779) [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1780) [3 references]

– letters to Commissioners listed (1778) [5 references]

– letters to Commissioners listed (1779) [1 reference]

– letters to Franklin [2 references]

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

– letters to and from Commissioners at Paris (1778) [4 references]

– letters to and from JA on peace commission (1780) [3 references]

– meets with JA [6 references]

– mentioned [51 references]

– negotiates consular convention with Franklin [1 reference]

– negotiations with Fitzherbert [2 references]

– obstructs negotiations of joint peace commission [13 references]

– on British effort to split Franco-American alliance [1 reference]

– on Franklin’s meetings with Oswald [1 reference]

– on JA's appointment as minister plenipotentiary to London [1 reference]

– on Jean Holker the younger [1 reference]

– on Rayneval mission [3 references]

– on U.S. relations with other European states [4 references]

– on authority of Holker in America [1 reference]

– on illegal capture by Amer. privateer [1 reference]

– on status of Boston [3 references]

– opposes Dana's mission to Russia [2 references]

– opposes Franklin's proposed mission to Netherlands (1778) [1 reference]

– policy of keeping U.S. dependent on France [1 reference]

– praises JA’s attachment to Franco-Amer. alliance [2 references]

– presents JA to Louis XVI [2 references]

– ready to compromise France's pledge of Amer. independence [1 reference]

– recommends Deane [2 references]

– refutes reports circulated by British [2 references]

– relations with Commissioners [3 references]

– relationship with JA [12 references]

– reluctance to deal with A. Lee [4 references]

– reorients focus of Franco-American relations [4 references]

– revolt in Geneva [2 references]

– seeks to limit Amer. peace objectives [4 references]

– signs Franco-Amer. agreement on repayment of loans [1 reference]

– signs Franco-Dutch convention on recaptures [1 reference]

– summons JA to Paris [5 references]

– to examine Barlow's Vision of Columbus [1 reference]

– trust of Deane [1 reference]

– uses Franklin in dispute with JA [6 references]

– view of Franco-American relations and treaties [10 references]

– view of JA's commission and instructions [4 references]

– view of proposed Anglo-American commercial treaty [5 references]

– will provide no additional money for Franklin [2 references]

– étrennes for servants of [1 reference]

– “snarling, growling letters” from [2 references]