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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | W |  Warren, Mercy Otis (historian, wife of James)

References

From James Warren, 27 April 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:165]

From William Gordon, 5 June 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:218]+

Enclosure: A Draft Contract for a Loan, 22 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:75]+

The Comte de Sarsfield to John Adams: A Translation, 9 February 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:136]+

From Francis Dana, 12 February 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:145]

From Francis Dana, 12 February 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:146]

From John Laurens, 28 April 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:296]+

Subentries

History . . . of the American Revolution (1805) [1 reference]

History of the American Revolution [2 references]

The Adulateur (1773) [2 references]

The Group [6 references]

The Group (1775) [4 references]

– AA borrows phrases from [1 reference]

– AA loses letters from [3 references]

– AA on literary and historical abilities of [1 reference]

– AA owes debt to [1 reference]

– AA visits [2 references]

– AA visits in Plymouth [2 references]

– AA2 characterizes [1 reference]

– AA2 lives briefly with [1 reference]

– AA2 visits [10 references]

– Elizabeth Shaw on [1 reference]

– Hancock, “a sovereign without a Crown” [1 reference]

– JA and her proposed history of the Revolution [3 references]

– JA asks opinion of European politics and diplomacy [1 reference]

– JA on political astuteness of [1 reference]

– JA on talents of [3 references]

– Letterbook of [5 references]

– Letters [39 subentries]

– Milton Hill, “where the free soul looks down and pities Kings” [1 reference]

– Shaws visit [1 reference]

– admiration for Catharine Macaulay [1 reference]

– and Continental Congress [3 references]

– and James Warren Jr. [2 references]

– and The Group [4 references]

– and Winslow Warren's arrest [1 reference]

– and appointment of husband to Superior Court [3 references]

– and death of Charles Warren [4 references]

– and devotion to American cause [1 reference]

– and husband's appointment to superior court [1 reference]

– and illness of son Charles [5 references]

– and proposed visit by AA [2 references]

– and smallpox [3 references]

– antifederalism of [1 reference]

– as correspondent [4 references]

– asks JA for news of son [1 reference]

– asks JA to write [1 reference]

– asks JA’s advice on women writing satire [1 reference]

– assesses JA [2 references]

– bargain with JA about drawing “Characters” [1 reference]

– borrows Rollin's History [1 reference]

– characterizes A. Lee [1 reference]

– characterizes officers' wives at Amer. headquarters in Cambridge [1 reference]

– children inoculated [2 references]

– children of [1 reference]

– compassion for Boston loyalist refugees [1 reference]

– concern for son [1 reference]

– condemns Gen. Gage [2 references]

– correspondence with AA [3 references]

– correspondence with AA2 [1 reference]

– correspondence with JA [16 references]

– correspondence with JA over her History [2 references]

– correspondence with the Adamses [5 references]

– corresponds with Mrs. Macaulay [3 references]

– courier used by [1 reference]

– criticizes Second Provincial Congress [1 reference]

– death of father [2 references]

– debt of [1 reference]

– defends husband's reputation [2 references]

– distrusts Howe peace commission [1 reference]

– domestic and social life of [8 references]

– epistolary style [2 references]

– eye difficulties [3 references]

– friendship of, with JA and AA [2 references]

– health and illnesses of [5 references]

– health of [3 references]

– her mock-heroic poem on Boston Tea Party [2 references]

– her so-called “Letterbook” [1 reference]

– historian's need for documents [1 reference]

– husband's retirement from politics [3 references]

– identified [2 references]

– importing activities with AA and JA [6 references]

– in Braintree [3 references]

– inoculated with smallpox [2 references]

– letter from AA listed (1775) [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1772) [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1773) [1 reference]

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

– letter to AA listed (1785) [1 reference]

– letter to AA2 listed (1779) [1 reference]

– letterbook of [1 reference]

– letters from JA [2 references]

– letters of, admired by Lord Hillsborough [1 reference]

– letters to AA listed (1775) [1 reference]

– letters to AA listed (1776) [1 reference]

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

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

– mentioned [73 references]

– mourns death of Peyton Randolph [1 reference]

– mourns son's death [1 reference]

– on AA's life in France [1 reference]

– on Benjamin Church [1 reference]

– on Continental naval preparations [1 reference]

– on Deane-Lee controversy [2 references]

– on Franklin [1 reference]

– on General Court dispute over appointment of officers [1 reference]

– on Generals Washington, Lee, and Gates [1 reference]

– on Great Britain [2 references]

– on John Hancock [1 reference]

– on Mass. Government Act [1 reference]

– on attacks on James Warren for refusing public office [1 reference]

– on committee “to examine the Torys Ladies” [2 references]

– on conditions in Boston (1775) [2 references]

– on death of J. Otis Sr. [1 reference]

– on death of Prof. Winthrop [1 reference]

– on friendship [1 reference]

– on human nature and power [2 references]

– on inconsistency of men and women [1 reference]

– on independence [2 references]

– on letters from son Winslow [1 reference]

– on plans for revolution made by her fireside [1 reference]

– on political and military situation in America [1 reference]

– on political uncertainty in early 1775 [1 reference]

– on public virtue and morality in Mass. [1 reference]

– on republican government [1 reference]

– on significance of Dutch recognition [2 references]

– on the “divine Science of politics” in America and Europe [2 references]

– on vanity as motivation for human behavior [1 reference]

– on wealth as measure of merit [2 references]

– opposes husband's going to Congress [1 reference]

– owes debt to AA [3 references]

– poem by [1 reference]

– poems by [3 references]

– portrait of [2 references]

– predictions regarding JA [2 references]

– quotes Cicero [1 reference]

– renews correspondence with AA [1 reference]

– requests JA's diary volumes for reading [2 references]

– returns MSS borrowed from AA [1 reference]

– role in Sans Souci [1 reference]

– seeks JA's guidance for son Winslow [8 references]

– strictures on Chesterfield’s letters [5 references]

– the “Cornelia” Lovell contretemps [7 references]

– to educate her sons in politics [1 reference]

– urged by JA to commemorate Tea Party in verse [1 reference]

– views on educating children [1 reference]

– visit to Estaing [1 reference]

– visits AA in Braintree [1 reference]

– visits with AA [3 references]

– visits with Mary Cranch [2 references]