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References

Abigail Adams 2d to John Quincy Adams, 22 January 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:29]+

Abigail Adams to John Quincy Adams, 20 March 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:98]

Abigail Adams to John Quincy Adams, 20 March 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:99]+

Richard Cranch to John Adams, 20 May 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:175]

Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Smith Shaw, 21 November 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:393]

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 30 December 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:416]+

Editorial Note [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:356]

Subentries

– AA's queries and observations concerning [2 references]

– Arnold expedition to [7 references]

– Arthur Lee agent for, in France [1 reference]

– British expect capture of [5 references]

– British military operations in and around [10 references]

– British troops in [1 reference]

– Continental line [4 references]

– Convention encourages the domestic manufacture of arms [1 reference]

– Convention instructs delegates to move independence [2 references]

– Cornwallis moves army to [3 references]

– Cornwallis’ army in [1 reference]

– Dutch consul in [1 reference]

– Eastern Shore [2 references]

– House of Burgesses [6 references]

– JA on constitution of [1 reference]

– JA on new government in [6 references]

– JA on possibility of preventing British invasion of [1 reference]

– Lee family of [1 reference]

– Leslie expedition against [5 references]

– Mazzei asks JA to forward letter to Council of [1 reference]

– P. Henry as governor of [1 reference]

– Patrick Henry governor of [1 reference]

– Philadelphia Quakers exiled to [1 reference]

– Rochambeau goes to New York from [1 reference]

– Rochambeau’s army remains in [3 references]

– Yorktown campaign by land and sea and its upshot [3 references]

– act establishing religious freedom [1 reference]

– agriculture in [1 reference]

– and Anglican Church [2 references]

– and Stamp Act resolves [1 reference]

– and coastal defense [1 reference]

– and free navigation of Mississippi [3 references]

– and independence [3 references]

– and nonexportation [1 reference]

– and tobacco trade [1 reference]

– and western land claims [2 references]

– as “commonwealth” in constitution of [1 reference]

– attacks expected on frontier of [5 references]

– battalions from, in Continental Army [1 reference]

– battle off coast of [4 references]

– captured British to be sent to [1 reference]

– cedes land to Congress [3 references]

– celebrated speakers from [1 reference]

– charges against Hezekiah Ford [1 reference]

– charters [1 reference]

– claims Mississippi as western boundary [1 reference]

– clergy of [1 reference]

– commerce of [4 references]

– commissions Mazzei to raise European loan [3 references]

– compared with New England [1 reference]

– congressional delegation [5 references]

– constitution published by Genet [1 reference]

– constitution source for Mass. Constitution of 1780 [4 references]

– constitutional convention [6 references]

– controversy over Dunmore [1 reference]

– copper halfpenny coined for [2 references]

– counties send aid to Boston [3 references]

– debtor of Great Britain [1 reference]

– defensive measures in [1 reference]

– delegate action in congress [2 references]

– delegates to Continental Congress [15 references]

– dispute with Maryland over western land claims [1 reference]

– effect of British invasion [1 reference]

– efforts to raise European loan [5 references]

– endangered by Dutch weapon trading [1 reference]

– establishment of popular government in [1 reference]

– exports tobacco [1 reference]

– failure of British to win converts in [1 reference]

– fear of slave insurrection in [1 reference]

– forming a new government [2 references]

– gives patent to Pilgrims [1 reference]

– granted to London merchants [2 references]

– influence of Thoughts on Government in [3 references]

– institutes new government [4 references]

– land claims to banks of Mississippi [2 references]

– members of Congress from [1 reference]

– mentioned [48 references]

– military efforts of [2 references]

– military operations in [5 references]

– officers from [2 references]

– offshore fishing rights [1 reference]

– population of [4 references]

– prisoners from Yorktown in [2 references]

– prohibits export of tobacco in British ships [1 reference]

– ratifies Arts. of Confederation [3 references]

– ratifies U.S. Constitution [1 reference]

– ravaged by British armies [3 references]

– resolutions against Stamp Act [1 reference]

– resolutions on independence (1776) [1 reference]

– resolutions or “Association” of Va. Convention (1774) [1 reference]

– seeks loan [3 references]

– seeks to obtain supplies from France [7 references]

– statute of, cited [2 references]

– storage of flour in [2 references]

– supplies grain to Mass. [2 references]

– support of American cause in [1 reference]

– supposed jurisdiction of, over New Netherlands [3 references]

– tax on imports from England [1 reference]

– to buy arms in Europe [1 reference]

– trade and commerce [2 references]

– trade with France [6 references]

– troops from [5 references]

– troops from reportedly attack Charleston [1 reference]

– troops of [4 references]

– votes in congress affecting JA [5 references]

– “Gentlemen's Seats” sketched by Peale [1 reference]

– “Virginia Plan” in Federal Convention [1 reference]