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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | W |  Warren, James (1726-1808, Mass. politician)

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– AA on [1 reference]

– AA owes debt to [1 reference]

– AA2 characterizes [1 reference]

– Blakes consider purchasing home of [1 reference]

– Gerry sends broadside of Declaration of Independence to [1 reference]

– JA on [1 reference]

– JA seeks advice from [1 reference]

– JA sends Thoughts on Government to [1 reference]

– JA's intercepted letter to [4 references]

– JQA visits [12 references]

– Letters [29 subentries]

– Plymouth committee member [1 reference]

– Plymouth representative in General Court [1 reference]

– Shaws visit [1 reference]

– acquires Hutchinson house in Milton [7 references]

– and Benjamin Church [4 references]

– and Charlestown petition for compensation [1 reference]

– and Franklin's attack on JA [3 references]

– and JA's Thoughts on Government [1 reference]

– and Mass. Provincial Congress [5 references]

– and Oakes Angier [1 reference]

– and Robert Treat Paine [5 references]

– and Washington [7 references]

– and Winslow Warren's financial and legal difficulties [2 references]

– and a constitution for Mass. [7 references]

– and election for lieutenant governor [4 references]

– and election of lieutenant governor [3 references]

– and independence [9 references]

– and institution of government in Mass. [6 references]

– and love of farming [1 reference]

– and new state governments [1 reference]

– and plans for Massachusetts Constitution [1 reference]

– and salaries to delegates in Continental Congress [1 reference]

– and the Howes' conciliatory mission [1 reference]

– antifederalism and unpopularity of [2 references]

– approves increased interest rates [1 reference]

– as Councilor [1 reference]

– as appointee to superior court [9 references]

– as correspondent [6 references]

– as major general [5 references]

– as member of Navy Board at Boston [3 references]

– as paymaster general [13 references]

– attitude of, toward Britain [4 references]

– blames farmers for high prices [1 reference]

– characterizes Joseph Reed [1 reference]

– claims congress appoints weak officers [1 reference]

– comments on Thoughts on Government [3 references]

– committee assignments in the House of Representatives [1 reference]

– considered by JA for governor [1 reference]

– correspondence with A. Lee [2 references]

– correspondence with JA [33 references]

– correspondence with the Adamses [6 references]

– courier used by, in 1776 [1 reference]

– critic of Gen. Ward [2 references]

– critical of some Mass. decisions [3 references]

– criticizes fee bill and leveling spirit [1 reference]

– criticizes prerogative assumed by Council [3 references]

– debt of [1 reference]

– declared a rebel [1 reference]

– declines appointment as associate justice of Superior Court [4 references]

– declines various appointments [2 references]

– defends Mass. efforts at raising troops [1 reference]

– defends militia and refuses to be outranked by Continental officers [3 references]

– desires independent governments [1 reference]

– displaced from Mass. Council (1778) [1 reference]

– distaste for public office [1 reference]

– distrusts merchants [1 reference]

– elected lieutenant governor but declines (1780) [2 references]

– elected to Mass. House [3 references]

– election to Congress [2 references]

– election to and resignation from Congress [7 references]

– explains price rise in Mass. [1 reference]

– favors French help [4 references]

– favors completion of Articles of Confederation [2 references]

– forwards AA's letters to JA [4 references]

– has no desire for war [1 reference]

– health of [7 references]

– hopes for foreign support [3 references]

– identified [3 references]

– illness of [1 reference]

– in Mass. House [8 references]

– in Provincial Congress [7 references]

– inoculated with smallpox [1 reference]

– letter from JA on Staten Island conference [1 reference]

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

– letter to JA listed (1782) [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1775) [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1777) [1 reference]

– lives in Hutchinson house in Milton [2 references]

– location of house of, in Plymouth [1 reference]

– makes policy recommendations to JA [4 references]

– member of Committee for Promoting Agriculture [1 reference]

– member of Eastern Navy Board [1 reference]

– member of Mass. General Court [1 reference]

– mentioned [148 references]

– military interests of [16 references]

– not returned to General Court [2 references]

– on Canada [2 references]

– on Common Sense [1 reference]

– on Deane’s address [1 reference]

– on Dutch recognition of U.S. [1 reference]

– on E. Watson Jr. [1 reference]

– on French fleet at Boston [1 reference]

– on French navy in West Indies [1 reference]

– on Hancock [2 references]

– on Hancock and Mass. politics [6 references]

– on JA [1 reference]

– on JA's proposal for alteration of “Plan of Delegation” to Congress [1 reference]

– on Massachusettensis [1 reference]

– on Massachusetts government's operation [1 reference]

– on North-South differences over government [1 reference]

– on North-South division over fisheries [1 reference]

– on Sullivan’s raids on the Six Nations [1 reference]

– on Thomas Cushing [1 reference]

– on depreciation of paper money [2 references]

– on his military qualifications [1 reference]

– on lack of news from Europe [1 reference]

– on military operations [2 references]

– on opening ports to trade [5 references]

– on political situation in Mass. [2 references]

– on politics as a career [1 reference]

– on prices of provisions in Boston [1 reference]

– on proposal to exact state compliance with levies by martial law [1 reference]

– on similarities between “divine Science of Politics” in the Netherlands and U.S. [1 reference]

– opposed to General Court’s meeting in Cambridge [1 reference]

– opposes price control [3 references]

– oversees Elizabeth Otis Brown's inheritance [1 reference]

– pleased with disestablishment of religion in southern states [1 reference]

– portrait of [2 references]

– possible candidate for Mass. senate vacancy [1 reference]

– praises AA's management of farm [1 reference]

– pressed by duties and yearns for farm [4 references]

– proposes Mass. Navy [2 references]

– proposes test act [2 references]

– public offices declined [5 references]

– quarrel with Robert Treat Paine [1 reference]

– receives news of son's death [1 reference]

– refuses public office [6 references]

– refuses to serve as lt. gov. [2 references]

– relations with JA [15 references]

– resentful of boasting by southern states [2 references]

– residence at Milton [4 references]

– resigns as Continental paymaster general [1 reference]

– resigns as paymaster [5 references]

– retires from politics [3 references]

– role in General Court [6 references]

– role on Navy Board at Boston [8 references]

– send JA letter for son [1 reference]

– social and political relationship with the Adamses [1 reference]

– solicitude and respect for JA [5 references]

– speaker of Mass. House [5 references]

– suggested as delegate to congress [5 references]

– unfair treatment of, in public life [2 references]

– views of, on First Continental Congress [1 reference]

– visits AA [1 reference]

– visits AA in Braintree [1 reference]

– wants to return to farming [1 reference]

– wishes JA's return to U.S. [1 reference]

– wishes to go to Europe [1 reference]

– would delight in English agriculture [1 reference]

– “I am Content to move in A Small Sphere” [1 reference]

– “has both Talents and Virtues beyond most Men in this World” [1 reference]

– “has some family difficulties” [1 reference]

See Also

See also Intercepted letters from JA